Medicinal and aromatic plants - SlideShare

Medicinal and aromatic plants 1. MEDICINAL AND AROMATIC PLANTS 2. 1. LEMON GRASS Cymbopogon spp. 3. Lemongrass is a tropical perennial plant which yields aromatic oil. Name lemongrass is derived from typical lemon-like odour of essential oil present in the shoot. Lemongrass oil of commerce is popularly known as Cochin oil in the world trade, since 90% of it is shipped from Cochin port. Kerala ...

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Medicinal plants, conservation and livelihoods

Medicinal plants are symbolically significant in many cultures, often being seen as sources of power. My experience over the years, working for WWF, is that medicinal plants hold more fascination for the British public than any other facet of the botanical world.

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PDF) Quality Control for Medicinal Plants

The conventional quality control analysis of medicinal plants that relies on the quantification of few major metabolites is considered time-consuming since it requires extensive sample preparation ...

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Medicinal plants importance,scope and uses. - SlideShare

Important & scope of Medicinal Plants in India • India is one of the few countries where almost all the known medicinal plants can be cultivated in some part of the country of the other. Among the various plants is great demand in the country & abroad are Opium poppy, tropane alkaloid bearing plants saprogenic bearing Yam, Senna, psyllium husk & seeds, cinchona & ipecac.

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Medicinal plants - Wikipedia

Anthraquinone glycosides are found in medicinal plants such as rhubarb, cascara, and Alexandrian senna. Plant-based laxatives made from such plants include senna, rhubarb and Aloe. The cardiac glycosides are powerful drugs from medicinal plants including foxglove and lily of the valley.

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19 POWERFUL MEDICINAL PLANTS FOR TREATING HEPATITIS

19 Powerful Medicinal Plants for Treating Hepatitis Grapefruit Grapefruit Grapefruit, which is botanically known as Citrus paradisi is a citrus tree distinguished by its sour-sweet fruit. It is originally from Barbados before spreading to other parts of the world.

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Medicinal plants - pt.slideshare.net

Medicinal plants 1. • Binomial Name : Aloe Vera • Kingdom : Plantae • Family : Xanthorrhoeaceae • Genus : Aloe • Species : A. Vera Aloe Vera is a stem less or very short-stemmed succulent plant growing to 60–100 cm (24–39 in) tall, spreading by offsets.

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PPT - Medicinal Use of Neem PowerPoint presentation | free

Medicinal Use of Neem Introduction of Neem Tall ever green tree Native to South Asia Nim, Nimmi, Vepa, Tamarkha Azadiracta Indica Melia Azadirachta Mittha or sweet ... - A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on PowerShow.com - id: 436230-ZTViZ

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Antiviral potentials of medicinal plants - ScienceDirect

Feb 01, 2008 · 1.. IntroductionThe history of medicinal plants dates back to the origin of human civilization on earth. Several of these may have been used to treat viral infections in the past, however, first recognized interest in their development as antiviral agent is the efforts of the Boots drug company (Nottingham, England) to screen 288 plants for anti-influenza activity (Chantrill et al., 1952).

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PDF Anticancer plants: A Review - Scholars Research Library

medicinal plants, have been well documented with the first record dating from about 1100 BC. [2] Documentation of the Ayurvedic system recorded in Susruta and Charaka dates from about Rajandeep Kaur et al J. Nat. Prod. Plant Resour ., 2011, 1 (4):131-136

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In Vitro Micropropagation of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants

Abstract. Modern biotechnological methods like in vitro micropropagation technique hold tremendous potential for the production of high-quality plant-based medicine. They also allow to achieve the large scale multiplication of disease-free plants, faster cloning and the conservation of desired genotypes, in a very short span of time.

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PDF 04 Conservation of Medicinal Plants

Medicinal plants and traditional medicine play an important role in the health care system of most developing countries. The traditional health care practice is mainly dependent on medicinal plants collected from the wild. In spite of this, the medicinal plant biodiversity is being depleted due to man-made and natural calamities. Moreover, the

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Crude Drugs: Cultivation, Collection, Processing and Storage

Medicinal plants should be harvested under the best possible conditions, avoiding dew, rain or exceptionally high humidity. If harvesting occurs in wet conditions, the harvested material should be transported immediately to an indoor drying facility to expedite drying so as to prevent any possible deleterious effects due to increased moisture levels, which promote microbial fermentation and mould.

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Medicinal Uses - Plants for a Future

There are many hundreds of medicinal plants that can be grown in temperate climates and there are probably a great deal more with properties as yet undiscovered. The Project is directed at enabling designers of ‘carbon farms’ and ‘food forests’: agroecosystems of perennial plants, to choose the most appropriate plants for their requirements and site conditions.

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List of Medicinal Plants | Their Uses in Different Diseases

Conservation of medicinal plants is very important for future use. Due to heavy use, large plants and those plants which take a long time for germination and growth are chopped off. Hence the conservation of medicinal plants is done by obtaining the medicinal plant material by agriculture methods of cultivation instead of relying on the plants grown naturally in forests.

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Classification of medicinal plants: An approach using

We have created a Medicinal Plant leaf dataset from a medicinal plant garden in Mysore, India and named it as UoM Medicinal Plants Dataset. The database contains leaf samples of 33 medicinal plant species each with 40 samples. Fig. 7 shows some example leaf samples of the UoM Medicinal Plant leaf database. For our experiments, we have ...

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Medicinally Potential Plants of Labiatae (Lamiaceae) Family

A very important medicinal plant family is the Labiatae family, also known as the mint family. Plants in this family, are herbs or shrubs often with an aromatic smell. They are common in the Maltese Islands and other Mediterranean countries for the fact that some of them produce a high amount of essential oil that enables them to survive the hot summer season.

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PDF) In vitro micropropagation of medicinal plants by tissue

Tissue culturing of medicinal plants is widely used to produce active compounds for herbal and pharmaceutical industries. Conservation of genetic material of many threatened medicinal plants also ...

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PDF) Important medicinal and aromatic plants and their

Medicinal plants have served as valuable starting materials for drug development in both developing and developed countries. Today, more than 80% of the people living in Africa were depended on ...

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04 CONSERVATION OF MEDICINAL PLANTS - PharmaInfo

Conservation Of Medicinal Plants (Past, Present & Future Trends) Venkata Naveen Kasagana* and Swathi Sree Karumuri. Department of Pharmaceutics,Sankaralingam Bhuvaneswari College of Pharmacy, Sivakasi-626130. Tamilnadu, India. Abstract:Conservation of threatened species of medicinal plants and their habitats and Support for livelihood security through

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Cultivation of Medicinal Plants by Vegetative/Asexual Propagation

2015/6/29 · Cultivation of Medicinal Plants by Vegetative/Asexual Propagation 1. Cultivation Of Medicinal Plants by Vegetative / Asexual propagation PREPARED BY, Ms. M.S. Divya Sree, M.Pharm, Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacognosy, Sree Vidyanikethan College of …

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Ethiopian Traditional Herbal Medicine | Botanica

Artemisia abyssinica or Chikugn (Amharic) is a species of wormwood that is traditionally used for intestinal problems, for infectious diseases, and is anti-leishmanial (acts against Leishmania parasites). The whole herb can be used to address tonsillitis, and an infusion is traditionally drunk as a remedy for colds, and sickness in children.

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Project Report on Medicinal Plants Cultivation - Space Consultancy Services

Medicinal Plants growing in India is considered as commercial cash crop cultivation. Any individual having sufficient land and irrigation source can start medicinal herbs farming business in India. From a commercial point of view, it is important to have a prior feasibility report of the particular Medicinal Plants that you are planning to grow.

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Medicinal Plants:Dill, Aswagandha, Kacholam

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Classification of medicinal plants: An approach using modified LBP with symbolic representation

2016/1/15 · An approach using modified LBP with symbolic representation is proposed in this study to address the task of identifying medicinal plants using leaf images. In this research, we have shown that the intra-class variations of leaf images due to various parameters can be effectively captured by the use of interval valued type symbolic data.

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