World Healing Plants for Tomorrow: An Insight into Further Research
Author
C P Khare
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  • ISBN : 9789351249535
  • year : 2018
  • language : English
  • binding : Hardbound
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Contents: Foreword. 1. Achillea millefolium. 2. Adhatoda zeylanica. 3. Adonis vernalis. 4. Aesculus hippocastanum. 5. Aframomum melegueta. 6. Agathosma betulina. 7. Ageratum conyzoides. 8. Agrimonia eupatoria. 9. Akebia quinata. 10. Albizia julibrissin. 11. Alcea rosea. 12. Alchemilla xanthochlora. 13. Aletris farinosa. 14. Allium sativum. 15. Aloe vera. 16. Ammi visnaga. 17. Andrographis paniculata. 18. Angelica archangelica. 19. Annona muricata. 20. Apocynum cannabinum. 21. Arctium lappa. 22. Arctostaphylos uva-ursi. 23. Arnica montana. 24. Asarum europaeum. 25. Asclepias tuberosa. 26. Asparagus racemosus. 27. Astragalus membranaceus. 28. Atractylodes macrocephala. 29. Azadirachta indica. 30. Bacopa monnieri. 31. Bauhinia variegata. 32. Betula pendula. 33. Borago officinalis. 34. Boswellia serrata. 35. Bougainvillea spectabilis. 36. Bupleurum falcatum. 37. Calluna vulgaris. 38. Capsella bursa-pastoris. 39. Capsicum frutescens. 40. Carthamus tinctorius. 41. Celosia cristata. 42. Centella asiatica. 43. Cephalotaxus harringtonia var. drupacea. 44. Cerbera manghas. 45. Chamaelirium luteum. 46. Chelidonium majus. 47. Cichorium intybus. 48. Cimicifuga racemosa. 49. Clematis hexapetala. 50. Coleus barbatus. 51. Commelina nudiflora. 52. Commiphora wightii. 53. Convallaria majalis. 54. Coriolus versicolor. 55. Cornus florida. 56. Crataegus monogyna. 57. Cucurbita pepo. 58. Curcuma longa. 59. Cyamopsis tetragonolobus. 60. Cynara cardunculus. 61. Cypripedium calceolus var. pubescens. 62. Daphne mezereum. 63. Dendrophthoe falcata. 64. Echinacea purpurea. 65. Eclipta alba. 66. Emblica officinalis.67. Epimedium sagittatum. 68. Equisetum arvense. 69. Eriobotrya japonica. 70. Eucommia ulmoides. 71. Euterpe oleracea. 72. Evodia rutaecarpa. 73. Ficus carica. 74. Fucus vesiculosus. 75. Fumaria officinalis. 76. Garcinia cambogia. 77. Gelsemium sempervirens. 78. Gentiana lutea. 79. Ginkgo biloba. 80. Glycine max. 81. Glycyrrhiza glabra. 82. Grindelia camporum. 83. Gymnema sylvestre. 84. Gynostemma pentaphyllum. 85. Hamamelis virginiana. 86. Harpagophytum procumbens. 87. Hedera helix. 88. Herniaria glabra. 89. Hippophae rhamnoides. 90. Humulus lupulus. 91. Hydrastis canadensis. 92. Hypericum perforatum. 93. Hypoxis hemerocallidea. 94. Ilex paraguariensis. 95. Inula racemosa. 96. Kadsura heteroclita. 97. Labisia pumila. 98. Lagerstroemia speciosa. 99. Larrea tridentata. 100. Lavandula angustifolia. 101. Lentinula edodes. 102. Lepidium meyenii. 103. Linum usitatissimum. 104. Lycium chinense. 105. Lycopus europaeus. 106. Lygodium japonicum. 107. Magnolia officinalis. 108. Mallotus philippensis. 109.Marrubium vulgare. 110. Medicago sativa. 111. Melaleuca alternifolia. 112. Melilotus officinalis. 113. Melissa officinalis. 114. Mentha x piperita. 115. Momordica charantia. 116. Monascus purpureus. 117. Morinda citrifolia. 118. Morinda officinalis. 119. Mucuna prurita. 120. Nepeta cataria. 121. Nigella sativa. 122. Ocimum sanctum. 123. Oenothera biennis. 124. Olea europaea. 125. Origanum vulgare. 126. Paeonia lactiflora. 127. Panax ginseng. 128. Passiflora incarnata. 129. Paullinia cupana. 130. Pelargonium sidoides. 131. Petasites hybridus. 132. Peumus boldus. 133. Phellodendron amurense. 134. Physalis alkekengi. 135. Physalis angulata. 136. Pilosella officinarum. 137. Piper methysticum. 138. Pistacia integerrima. 139. Polygonatum odoratum. 140. Polygonum multiflorum. 141. Populus species. 142. Portulaca pilosa. 143. Primula veris. 144. Prunella vulgaris. 145. Prunus africana. 146. Pueraria lobata. 147. Punica granatum. 148. Raphanus sativus. 149. Rehmannia glutinosa. 150. Rhodiola rosea. Index. World Healing Plants for tomorrow is a preview of a whole new world of herbal medicine which is going to emerge as an effective alternative for millennials. Monographs on 199 medicinal plants represent their universal importance beyond geographical boundaries. Soul-stirring images of all the 199 medicinal plants in flying colours with far-reaching messages. The scientific text of all monographs is based on standard reference works and path-breaking scientific research. Possibilities of new areas beyond traditional applications have been explored and new leads have been highlighted. Young researchers will get a lot of fertile material for further research. A great opportunity for developing new natural medicines.