Megh R. Goyal, Hafiz Ansar Rasul Suleria, Ramasamy Harikrishnan
Apple Academic Press
December 15, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 341 Pages - 9 Color & 1 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781771888202 - CAT# K423680
Series: Innovations in Plant Science for Better Health
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This new volume provides new insights with scientific evidence on the uses of medicinal plants in the treatment of certain diseases. It reviews various therapies with herbal phytoconstituents for certain types of disorders, modes of action, and pharmacological screening. It focuses on potential benefits of herbal extracts and bioactive compounds for human health care, provides a comparative phytoconstituent analysis of selected medicinal plants using GC-MS/FTIR techniques, and discusses the role of herbal medicines in female genital infections. It goes on to look at the health-boosting properties of cabbage and the functional properties of milk yam (Ipomoea digitata L.).
The information provided in The Role of Phytoconstitutents in Health Care: Biocompounds in Medicinal Plants will be valuable for herbal drug researchers and scientists in the pharmaceutical industries. It will not only provide information on the management and prevention of HIV/AIDS and cancer disorders but will also pave the way for future research.
Part 1: Herbs and Their Extracts: Scope and Role Of Bioactive Compounds In Human Health
1. Potential of Herbal Extracts and Bioactive Compounds for Human Healthcare
Ramasamy Harikrishnan and Chellam Balasundaram
2. Herbal Extracts and Their Bioactivities: Comparative Phytoconstituent Analysis of Selected Medicinal Plants Using GC-MS/FTIR Techniques
C. Stanley Okereke et al.
3. The Role of Herbal Medicines in Female Genital Infections
Part 2: Functional Activities of Selected Plants
4. From Designer Food Formulation to Oxidative Stress Mitigation: Health-Boosting Constituents of Cabbage
Faiza Ashfaq et al.
5. Functional Properties of Milk Yam (Ipomoea digitata L.)
K. M. Vidya, N. S. Sonia, and P. C. Jessykutty