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Pharmacognosy, Beetroot and the Virus By Denver Fredericks
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A look a Pharmagnosy, the use of Natural products in the Pharmaceutical arena and the misconceptions surrounding the issues of HIV and the various treatment regimes.
Pharmacognosy, Beetroot and the Virus By Denver Fredericks
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A look a Pharmagnosy, the use of Natural products in the Pharmaceutical arena and the misconceptions surrounding the issues of HIV and the various treatment regimes.
John Uri Lloyd: Northern Kentucky Author By Jami Duvall
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John Uri Lloyd, born in 1849, and died in 1936, was the most interesting and significant author who has written about Northern Kentucky. Though he was not an author by profession, he could never... More > understand why others did not write about the area, and though he never neglected his chosen profession of pharmacist and student of botanical drugs, he tried to make up the deficiency he observed regarding fictional works concerning the history and characters in our area. Though he was born in New York, and died while on a visit to California, and spent most of his life as a citizen of Cincinnati, he regarded himself as a life-long Kentuckian, and considered rural Boone County where he grew up as home.< Less
Herbal Constituents By Lisa Ganora
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Herbal Constituents is a concise yet thorough textbook for students and practitioners of botanical medicine (e.g., medical herbalists, naturopaths, holistic practitioners, pharmacists). Using... More > examples from commonly employed herbs, it explains concepts from phytochemistry and pharmacognosy that are important for understanding the characteristics and functions of botanical medicines. Heavily illustrated with structure drawings, and written by an herbalist with extensive training in botany and chemistry, this unique book brings together the wisdom of traditional practice with the insights of contemporary science.< Less