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WHO Monographs on Selected Medicinal Plants - Volume 1
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A series of volumes, the WHO monographs on selected medicinal plants aims to: provide scientific information on the safety, efficacy, and quality control of widely used medicinal plants; provide models to assist Member States in developing their own monographs or formularies for these and other herbal medicines; and facilitate information exchange among Member States. WHO monographs, however, are not pharmacopoeial monographs, rather they are comprehensive scientific references for drug regulatory authorities, physicians, traditional health practitioners, pharmacists, manufacturers, research scientists and the general public.

Each monograph follows a standard format with information presented in two parts followed by a reference list. The first part presents pharmacopoeial summaries for quality assurance. The second part includes sections on medicinal uses, pharmacology, safety issues, and dosage forms. The descriptions under the medicinal uses section merely represent, for purposes of information exchange, the systematic collection of scientific information available at the time of each volume’s preparation and should not be taken as having WHO’s official endorsement or approval.

Volume 1 contains 28 monographs published in 1999. Volume 2, published in 2003 includes 30 monographs. Volume 3 in this series was published in 2007 and includes 31 monographs. Volume 4, which was published in 2009, includes 28 monographs.

Each volume after Volume 1 has a general technical notice and two cumulative indexes to facilitate referencing; one lists the monographs in alphabetical order by plant name and the other according to the plant material of interest.

Table des matières
Afficher le documentAcknowledgements
Afficher le documentIntroduction
Afficher le documentBulbus Allii Cepae
Afficher le documentBulbus Allii Sativi
Afficher le documentAloe
Afficher le documentAloe Vera Gel
Afficher le documentRadix Astragali
Afficher le documentFructus Bruceae
Afficher le documentRadix Bupleuri
Afficher le documentHerba Centellae
Afficher le documentFlos Chamomillae
Afficher le documentCortex Cinnamomi
Afficher le documentRhizoma Coptidis
Afficher le documentRhizoma Curcumae Longae
Afficher le documentRadix Echinaceae
Afficher le documentHerba Echinaceae Purpureae
Afficher le documentHerba Ephedrae
Afficher le documentFolium Ginkgo
Afficher le documentRadix Ginseng
Afficher le documentRadix Glycyrrhizae
Afficher le documentRadix Paeoniae
Afficher le documentSemen Plantaginis
Afficher le documentRadix Platycodi
Afficher le documentRadix Rauwolfiae
Afficher le documentRhizoma Rhei
Afficher le documentFolium Sennae
Afficher le documentFructus Sennae
Afficher le documentHerba Thymi
Afficher le documentRadix Valerianae
Afficher le documentRhizoma Zingiberis
Afficher le documentAnnex. Participants in the WHO Consultation on Selected Medicinal Plants

WHO Monographs on Selected Medicinal Plants - Volume 1

World Health Organization

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WHO monographs on selected medicinal plants.-Vol. 1.


1.Plants, Medicinal 2.Herbs 3.Traditional medicine


ISBN 92 4 154517 8

(NLM Classification: QV 766)

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