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Ethnobotany: The Renaissance of Traditional Herbal Medicine

 
Ramesh Bhandari (Author)
Synopsis These “ useful” plants include many types of vegetation, including the herbaceous flowering plant that come especially to mind when we think of herbs (such as parsley, basil, or thyme) as well as non-herbaceous trees and shrubs, vines, ferns, mosses, and other plant groups. The useful herbs include plants whose life cycles are annual (such as anise and basil), biennial(parsley, angelica, and clary gage), and perennial, including bay, lavender, lemon balm, thyme, yarrow, and many others, Specific herbs may be valued for their leaves ( such as basil, bay, thyme), flowers (chamomile), seeds (dill, fennel), setems) angelica, chives), or underground parts (garlic, chicory)., The notion of herbs as flavoring agents generally excludes those plants commonly known as vegetables, which are foods in and of them seleves; that is, vegetables provide the substance, and herbs the seasoning.
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About the author

Ramesh Bhandari

Ramesh Bhandari, (b.1954), is an eminent scholar of Botany. His contribution in this field is worth mentioning, completed his education from Meerut University,. After completing his Ph.D., he came into the field of writing and till now has authored a number of books and research papers on plants. His papers and articles have been published in many national and international journals of repute institutes and is a consultant to many firm involved in plant biotechnology.

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Title Ethnobotany: The Renaissance of Traditional Herbal Medicine
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2010
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788178846477
length 1+246p., Tables; Bibliography; Index; 22cm.