Use of Herbal medicines is the oldest form of healthcare practice on earth. They have long been used to cure all kinds of diseases including Diabetes, which is now a predominant public health concern that has grown steadily all over the world. Several allopathic and herbal drugs are in current use for treatment of diabetes, but its management still suffers from major limitations. Recently, Hamdard Laboratories Bangladesh developed a new anti-diabetes formulation. This book, authored by Mirola Afroze and Dr. Abdul Ghani, describes some experimental methods and procedures they used for evaluating the quality, efficacy, safety and anti-oxidant, analgesic and hypoglycemic properties of the anti-diabetes herbal formulation of Hamdard. It also includes articles on the past and present status of herbal medicine, extent of global use of herbal medicine and different aspects of Diabetes and reviews on the phytochemical constituents and pharmacological properties of the major plant components of the formulation. All these will be of immense interest to the teachers and students of botany, pharmacy, chemistry and medicines involved in the study and research of herbal medicines.
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MIROLA AFROZE is a Pharmacist, studied at Stamford University Bangladesh, now teaching in the Pharmacy Department of the same University. DR. ABDUL GHANI is a Professor of Pharmacy and Dean of Science Faculty at Stamford University Bangladesh; has been teaching pharmacognosy & phytochemistry of medicinal plants at home and abroad since 1965.
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