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WHO Monographs on Selected Medicinal Plants - Volume 1
(1999; 295 pages) View the PDF document
Table of Contents
View the documentAcknowledgements
View the documentIntroduction
View the documentBulbus Allii Cepae
View the documentBulbus Allii Sativi
View the documentAloe
View the documentAloe Vera Gel
View the documentRadix Astragali
View the documentFructus Bruceae
View the documentRadix Bupleuri
View the documentHerba Centellae
View the documentFlos Chamomillae
View the documentCortex Cinnamomi
View the documentRhizoma Coptidis
View the documentRhizoma Curcumae Longae
View the documentRadix Echinaceae
View the documentHerba Echinaceae Purpureae
View the documentHerba Ephedrae
View the documentFolium Ginkgo
View the documentRadix Ginseng
View the documentRadix Glycyrrhizae
View the documentRadix Paeoniae
View the documentSemen Plantaginis
View the documentRadix Platycodi
View the documentRadix Rauwolfiae
View the documentRhizoma Rhei
View the documentFolium Sennae
View the documentFructus Sennae
View the documentHerba Thymi
View the documentRadix Valerianae
View the documentRhizoma Zingiberis
View the documentAnnex. Participants in the WHO Consultation on Selected Medicinal Plants


Special acknowledgement is due to Professors Norman R. Farnsworth, Harry H. S. Fong, and Gail B. Mahady of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Traditional Medicine, College of Pharmacy, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, for drafting and revising the monographs.

WHO also acknowledges with thanks the members of the advisory group that met in Beijing, China, in 1994, to draw up a list of medicinal plants for which monographs should be prepared, the more than 100 experts who provided comments and advice on the draft texts, and those who participated in the WHO Consultation held in Munich, Germany, in 1996 to review the monographs (see Annex). Finally, WHO would like to thank the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization for their contributions and all those who submitted comments through the World Self-Medication Industry, a nongovernmental organization in official relations with WHO.


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