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Ethnomedicine for Human and Veterinary Development

 
Ashis Kumar Ghosh (Author)
Synopsis Plants are value added for the content and chemical composition of their active components. The demand on plant-based therapeutics has increased many fold in both developing and developed countries due to the growing recognition that they are natural products, being non-narcotic, having no side-effects, easily available at affordable prices. There is a growing demand for plant-based medicines, bio-ceramic dresses, health products, pharmaceuticals, food supplements, cosmetics etc. International market of green medicine is over US$60 billion per year, which is growing at the rate of 7%. Medicinal plants research has undergone a phenomenal growth during last two decades. Worldwide trend towards the utilisation of natural plant remedies has created an enormous need for high tech low cost solution and information about the properties and uses of the medicinal plants. Based on the rationale, present book comprising and products the ethno-medicine from over 20 original papers in India and abroad, on a wide range of topics in the areas of ethno-medicine and pisciculture. It is hope the book will open new knowledge and further lead to research in new drugs of natural origin and serve as good source for further work to sustainable rural development through re-introduction of native plants and biodiversity conservation.
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About the author

Ashis Kumar Ghosh

Dr. A.K. Ghosh is working as Headmaster in Saraswati Vidyamandir, Midnapur (W.B.).

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Bibliographic information

Title Ethnomedicine for Human and Veterinary Development
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170355779
length xiv+100p.