Vista normal Vista MARC Vista ISBD

Herbal medicines / editors Nigel C. Veitch, Michael Smith, Joanne Barnes, Linda A Anderson and J. David Phillipson

Colaborador(es): Veitch, Nigel C [contribuitor] | Smith, Michael, 1946- [contribuitor] | Barnes, Joanne [contribuitor] | Anderson, Linda A [contribuitor] | Phillipson, J. David [contribuitor].
Tipo de material: materialTypeLabelLibroFecha de copyright: London, UK : Pharmaceutical Press, 2013Edición: Fourth edition.Descripción: ix, 912 pages : illustrations colors ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9780857110350.Tema(s): Pharmacognosy | Medicinal plants | Farmacognosia | Plantas medicinalesClasificación CDD: 615.321
Contenidos parciales:
How to use herbal medicines -- Introduction -- Chemical constituents of plants used as Herbal Medicines -- General references -- The monographs.
Resumen: "Herbal Medicines provides a comprehensive single source of scientifically rigorous, impartial information on 180 of the most commonly used herbal medicinal products. The monographs are extensively referenced, detailing photochemical, pharmacological and clinical aspects of each herb (use, dose, adverse effects, interactions, etc). As with previous editions, Herbal Medicines is presented in full colour throughout, with chemical structures and photographs of the plant and drug material presented where available. This fourth edition includes extensive revision of over 20 monographs and the addition of 28 new monographs. All Pharmacopeial information has been fully updated and restructured across the publication. The new 28 monographs added are: Asparagus, Bistort, Black Currant, Bugleweed, Butcher's Broom, Cramp Bark, English Ivy, Epimedium, European Goldenrod, Fennel, Goat's Rue, Hoodia, Horsetail, Linseed, Lovage Root, Melilot, Noni, Oak Bark, Peony, Peppermint, Polypodium, Pygeum, Sea Buckthorn, Tea Tree, Tormentil, Turmeric, Verbascum, Yohimbe. Appendix 4: Preparations Directory and Appendix 5: Suppliers Directory, have also been updated to include product information from over 43 countries including: Australia, Germany, UK and USA."--Résumé de l'éditeur.
Etiquetas de esta biblioteca: No hay etiquetas de esta biblioteca para este título. Ingresar para agregar etiquetas.
    valoración media: 0.0 (0 votos)
Tipo de ítem Ubicación actual Signatura Copia número Estado Fecha de vencimiento Reserva de ejemplares
Libro académico Libro académico Biblioteca del Campus
615.321 H534 2013 (Navegar estantería) Ej. 1 Disponible
Reservas Totales: 0

With free online access to Herbal medicines.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

How to use herbal medicines -- Introduction -- Chemical constituents of plants used as Herbal Medicines -- General references -- The monographs.

"Herbal Medicines provides a comprehensive single source of scientifically rigorous, impartial information on 180 of the most commonly used herbal medicinal products. The monographs are extensively referenced, detailing photochemical, pharmacological and clinical aspects of each herb (use, dose, adverse effects, interactions, etc). As with previous editions, Herbal Medicines is presented in full colour throughout, with chemical structures and photographs of the plant and drug material presented where available. This fourth edition includes extensive revision of over 20 monographs and the addition of 28 new monographs. All Pharmacopeial information has been fully updated and restructured across the publication. The new 28 monographs added are: Asparagus, Bistort, Black Currant, Bugleweed, Butcher's Broom, Cramp Bark, English Ivy, Epimedium, European Goldenrod, Fennel, Goat's Rue, Hoodia, Horsetail, Linseed, Lovage Root, Melilot, Noni, Oak Bark, Peony, Peppermint, Polypodium, Pygeum, Sea Buckthorn, Tea Tree, Tormentil, Turmeric, Verbascum, Yohimbe. Appendix 4: Preparations Directory and Appendix 5: Suppliers Directory, have also been updated to include product information from over 43 countries including: Australia, Germany, UK and USA."--Résumé de l'éditeur.

No hay comentarios para este ítem.

Ingresar a su cuenta para colocar un comentario.