Herbal Techniques
Herbal Techniques
Herbal Techniques
Herbal Techniques

Herbal Techniques

  • ISBN : 978-93-6186-144-4
  • Author : D. A. Dhale
  • Edition : 8 March 2024
  • Weight : 370
  • Size : 7 x 10
  • Total Page : 268
  • Delivery : 2-7 business days
  • Pay Using : Cheque / DD
  • Category : Social Science,
  • Sub Category : इतर पुस्तके,
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Herbal Techniques

Herbal medicine is also called phytomedicine or Phytotherapy Paraherbalism describes alternative and pseudoscientific practices of using unrefined plant or animal extracts as unproven medicines or health- promoting agents. Paraherbalism differs from plant-derived medicines in standard pharmacology because it does not isolate or standardize biologically. active compounds, but rather relies on the belief that preserving various substances from a given source with less processing is safer or more effective for which there is no evidence. Herbal dietary supplements most often fall under the phytotherapy category. Herbal drug technology is used for converting botanical materials into medicines, where standardization and quality control with proper integration of modern scientific techniques and traditional knowledge is important. There are currently no recognised guidelines for herbal preparations. These producers have their own specifications, many of which are quite preliminary in nature, and they are currently conducting some testing for their formulas. It is now exceedingly difficult to determine whether all of the constituents in a formulation are present as claimed. Therefore, the first crucial step is to develop a parameter that can be used to identify an ingredient's presence in its entirety. To do this, a variety of chromatographic and spectrophotometric techniques as well as the assessment of physicochemical properties can be tried to develop a pattern for identifying the presence of distinct ingredients.