What are the importance and uses of medicinal plants?
Medicinal plants are used for.... well... healing injuries and stuff like that. I'm Chinese, and herbs are from China. Once my foot ached and my father rubbed herbs on my foot. It healed the next day. They're like medicine plants.
Medicinal plants are the origin of many modern pharmaceuticals. it is estimated that as many as 95% of all modern medicine comes from plants.
they are used as medicinal plants soil binders ornamental plants
Medicinal plants are invaluable to modern medicine. They have the ability to cure or control serious illnesses, and can lead to new breakthroughs in fighting diseases.
medicinal plants are nothing but it helps in the life to live healthy life such plants are mint , tulsi ,neem etc.
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It help the acient people long ago to treat their sickness because there was no medicines like we have now.If there was nomedicinal plants we cant treat too are sickness because some sickness need medicinal, plants to treat.
Plants of medicinal value can be used to make drugs and medicines. For example, cough syrups can be made from the bark of the eastern white pine tree which can be found in coniferous forests. The Traditional Chinese Medicine includes many medicinal plants and herbs as medicines.
because medicinal plants are cheap alternatives to expensive medicines, particularly for the poor
they have no medicinal uses
it can be used as marker ink by extracting the pigments it is also used as a medicinal herb
The importance of the Gumamela flower is that it is considered to have medicinal uses. The Gumamela flower is said to promote longevity. It also is used as an expectorant, diuretic, emollient, and anti-inflammatory.
Yes, herbal plants are also a medicinal plants.
Use of medicinal plants helps in curing the ailments in mankind.
Leaves serve as the food storage for plants. They enable the absorption of carbon dioxide and light for photosynthesis to occur. Leaves are also used for medicinal purposes.
Jean Ferdinand Caius has written: 'The medicinal and poisonous plants of India' -- subject(s): Identification, Medicinal plants, Poisonous plants, Vegetable Materia medica 'The medicinal and poisonous legumes of India' -- subject(s): Identification, Medicinal plants, Poisonous plants, Vegetable Materia medica
The reference work you need is "Culpeper's Complete Herbal" - you can get it on amazon or from your local library.
tulsi,aleo vera , neem, dal cheeni, turmeric, amla, saffron, jamun , mint
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Cheryll J. Williams has written: 'Medicinal plants in Australia' -- subject(s): Pictorial Works, Phytotherapy, Vegetable Materia medica, Medicinal Plants, Medicinal plants, Materia Medica
They take in the carbon dioxide that we produce through respiration to produce oxygen. Therefore their importance is great on the earth as we need oxygen to live which they produce and they also reduce the levels of the carbon dioxide which also contributes to globel warming. They are also a source of food and some plants are even used for medicinal purposes.
i want to what medicinal highly valuable plants grow well on red soil?
Conifers are said to have medicinal uses especially by the herbal doctors. They are commonly used for aromatherapy treatments by the natural therapists.
There are many, many plants that have medicinal properties. The aloe vera plant is one that can be used immediately after being cut. The leaf of the aloe vera plant contains a gel like matter that is used in the making of hand/body creams, hand soaps and other topical products for sensitive skin. See the Related Links for more information about medicinal plants and their uses.
In most circles, medicinal plants are the ones called traditional medicines. Modern medicine is called conventional medicine. Medicinal plants can be as effective as conventional medicine in some cases. Many conventional medicines come from plants.
Some medicinal plants are: aloe vera, turmeric, saffron, St. John's Wort, neem, tulsi, ginseng, bilberry, cayenne, echinacea, golden seal, and many more. Medicinal plants have therapeutic properties. Examples of medicinal plants include chamomile, cleavers, fennel, willow bark, hawthorn, yarrow, blackberry and ginger.
Arlington James has written: 'Flora and fauna of the Cabrits Peninsula' 'The lake district of Dominica' -- subject(s): Forest plants, Lakes 'Cabrits plants and their uses' -- subject(s): Medical Botany, Medicinal plants, Traditional medicine, Useful Plants
M. Daniel has written: 'Medicinal plants' -- subject(s): Medicinal plants, Vegetable Materia medica
Ingrid Roth has written: 'South American medicinal plants' -- subject(s): Medicinal plants, Encyclopedias
Kathryn G. March has written: 'Common edible and medicinal plants of Colorado' -- subject(s): Cookery (Wild foods), Edible Wild plants, Medicinal plants 'The wild plant companion' -- subject(s): Cookery (Wild foods), Edible Wild plants, Medicinal plants
Mayana is a type of herb originating in the Philippines that is usually collected for ornamental reasons, though it is said to have a number of medicinal uses. These medicinal uses range from headaches to bruises to sprains.
Yea it does.
Pandas were not generally killed for medicinal uses. People did use the urine of the panda to kill parasites. They were killed for their fur and their meat.
Charles J. MacAlister has written: 'Narrative of an investigation concerning an ancient medicinal remedy and its modern utilities' -- subject(s): Allantoin, Analysis, Medicinal plants, Plants, Medicinal
A number of medicinal plants are used in medicine.
Peg Schafer has written: 'The Chinese medicinal herb farm' -- subject(s): Herb farming, Therapeutic use, Medicinal plants, Herbs, Chinese Herbal Drugs, Medicinal Plants, Gardening
for medicinal puposes
Cures of pains
Terry Willard has written: 'Edible and medicinal plants of the Rocky Mountains and neighbouring territories' -- subject(s): Cookery, Edible Plants, Medicinal plants, Phytotherapy 'Reishi Mushroom' 'The Wild rose scientific herbal' -- subject(s): Herbal Medicine, Medicinal plants, Phytotherapy 'Mind-Body Harmony'
Faith Mitchell has written: 'Hoodoo medicine' -- subject(s): Medicinal plants, Medicine, Traditional, Plants, Medicinal, Traditional medicine
there are tons of medicinal plants. poppy seeds are for pain, rosemary helps srength, and feverfew is for fevers. all medicinal plants have healthy or healing properties. willow bark is a painkiller (aspiren) foxglove is a heart medicine
it is important bec. plants uses oxygen as waste product while the carbon dioxide moves from the air and they will be breath in by plants therefore we uses Co2 as waste oxygen.......................................................:)
Medicinal plants having power to control fever
D. A. Patil has written: 'Medicinal plants' -- subject(s): Herbs, Therapeutic use, Vegetable Materia medica, Medicinal plants, Classification
Bejoy Gurung has written: 'The medicinal plants of the Sikkim Himalayala' -- subject(s): Medicinal plants, Traditional medicine, Vegetable Materia medica
it cures stomach pains
coughs and for itches
keeps skin clean