The Art of Healing


Medicinal plants are a valuable source of new drugs with over 25% of medications currently prescribed in the developed world being derived from wild sources. It is estimated that 80% of people in developing countries totally depend on herbal medicine for their primary healthcare. The use of medicinal plants is growing rapidly with an increasing demand for herbal medicines, natural health products

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