By WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific
Provides concise monographs, followed through full-colour pictures, for the a hundred and fifty plant species most ordinarily used for medicinal reasons within the Republic of Korea. In view of the country's lengthy and profitable heritage within the use of conventional medications, the publication goals to supply written and visible documentation of significant vegetation and summarize their makes use of to regard diseases, defend opposed to ailment, or advertise wellbeing and fitness. In so doing, the e-book additionally goals to inspire the broader use of Korea's medicinal crops and advertise their conservation.
Each plant species is roofed based on a standard layout, which include the clinical identify of the plant, Korean identify, English universal identify, components used, and scientific makes use of in conventional Korean medication. additionally integrated are a close botanical description of the plant, its habitat and geographical distribution, by means of a precis of organic activities and chemical elements as said within the conventional drugs literature. The a hundred and fifty full-colour images, integrated to facilitate id of crops and plant components used for medicinal reasons, have been taken less than common stipulations through the flowering or fruiting seasons. Retrieval of data is facilitated by means of the inclusion of indexes giving clinical names, the English universal names, and the Korean plant names.
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