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Medicinal plants are used as a source of medications in all cultures. For more than 80% of Asia's population, medicinal plants are open, reasonable, and socially acceptable sources of essential medicinal services (WHO). For thousands of years, they've been used to flavour and preserve food, cure health problems, and prevent infections and epidemics. As a result, there is widespread enthusiasm.

Biodiversity of Medicinal Plants
Medicinal Plants in Traditional care System
Global market of Medicinal Plants
Phytomedicine and Medicinal Crops
Efficacy of Medicinal Plants
Phytochemical analysis of Medicinal Plants