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WHO monographs on selected medicinal plants

  

WHO monographs on selected medicinal plants

WHO monographs on selected medicinal plants

Main objectives of this WHO monographs is to provide a model that will support countries in developing their own national or regional monographs on medicinal plants or national formularies on herbal medicines. It contains the scientific information on the safety, efficacy and quality control/quality assurance of widely used medicinal plants.

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