Herbal Therapies

For thousands of years, plants have been a source of medicinal agents. Many of the drugs we use today still come from plants, for example, morphine (opium poppy), digoxin (foxglove), and atropine (datura) to mention a few. Whereas in recent years, Herbal therapy has been much interest on the part of the general public primary health care. A renewed interest in herbal remedies and natural products has placed additional responsibility on consumers and health professionals.

  • Herbs used for diabetic.
  • Herbs used for cancer therapy.
  • Herbal therapy used for pregnancy.
  • Herbal therapy used for anxiety.
  • Herbal therapy used for antispasmodic and menstrual cramping.

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