Evidence-based validation of herbal medicine [E-Book] / edited by Pulok K. Mukherjee.
Mukherjee, Pulok K., (editor)
Amsterdam, Netherlands : Elsevier, [2015]
1 online resource (xvii, 537 pages) : illustrations
englisch
1322988927
9780128009963
0128009969
9781322988924
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Table of Contents:
  • Front Cover; EVIDENCE-BASED VALIDATION OF HERBAL MEDICINE; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Foreword; EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE, A NEED FOR PARADIGM SHIFT!; Preface; EVIDENCE-BASED VALIDATION OF HERBAL MEDICINE; Acknowledgments; EVIDENCE-BASED VALIDATION OF HERBAL MEDICINE; Chapter 1
  • Quality Related Safety Issue-Evidence-Based Validation of Herbal Medicine Farm to Pharma; 1.1 HEALTH CARE THROUGH HERBAL MEDICINE; 1.2 INTEGRATED APPROACHES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF HERBAL MEDICINE; 1.3 USE OF HERBS IN TM; 1.4 GLOBALIZATION OF TM; 1.5 TM INSPIRED DRUG DISCOVERY AND DRUG DEVELOPMENT.
  • 1.6 ISSUES FOR QUALITY CONTROL AND QUALITY ASSURANCE OF HERBAL MEDICINE1.7 MARKER ANALYSIS AND STANDARDIZATION OF BOTANICALS; 1.8 PHARMACOVIGILANCE OF HERBAL MEDICINE; 1.9 SAFETY ISSUES ON HERBAL MEDICINE-CYTOCHROME P450 STUDY; 1.10 HERB-DRUG INTERACTIONS; 1.11 SYSTEM BIOLOGY AND METABOLOMICS; 1.12 INTERNATIONAL HARMONIZATION; 1.13 CONCLUSION; Acknowledgments; References; 1. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS; Chapter 2
  • Value Chains of Herbal Medicines-Ethnopharmacological and Analytical Challenges in a Globalizing World; 2.1 INTRODUCTION; 2.2 THE CONCEPT OF VALUE CHAINS.
  • 2.3 THE MEDICINAL PLANT VALUE CHAINS-RESEARCH NEEDS2.4 MEDICINAL PLANT VALUE CHAINS IN ASIA; 2.5 MEDICINAL PLANT PRODUCTION IN CHINA AND INDIA; 2.6 SUPPLY, DEMAND, AND SUSTAINABILITY; 2.7 THE TEA VALUE CHAIN; 2.8 THE GINSENG VALUE CHAIN; 2.9 PLANT METABOLOMICS AND ANALYTICAL CHALLENGES; 2.10 DISCUSSION; Acknowledgments; References; 2. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS; Chapter 3
  • Traditional Herbal Medicine, Pharmacognosy, and Pharmacopoeial Standards: A Discussion at the Crossroads; 3.1 INTRODUCTION; 3.2 HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON TRADITIONAL HERBAL MEDICINE.
  • 3.3 MODERN MEDICINE-AN AMERICAN CASE HISTORY3.4 TRADITIONAL HERBAL MEDICINES: CENTURIES OF EMPIRICISM; 3.5 TRADITIONAL MEDICINE: THERAPEUTICS, DEFINITIONS, AND ORIENTATIONS; 3.6 STANDARD OF HERBAL DRUGS IN EARLY PHARMACOPOEIAS; 3.7 OTHER QUALITATIVE FACTORS NOT CONSIDERED IN PHARMACOPOEIAS; 3.8 PREVENTIVE CARE AND SELF-RESPONSIBILITY; 3.9 CONCLUSION; References; Chapter 4
  • Taxonomy-An Irreplaceable Tool for Validation of Herbal Medicine; 4.1 INTRODUCTION; 4.2 VOUCHER SPECIMENS; 4.3 PLANT IDENTIFICATION; 4.4 LABEL REQUIREMENTS FOR BOTANICAL SUPPLEMENTS AND OTHER MATERIALS IN TRADE.
  • 4.5 THE PROBLEM OF LACKING VOUCHERS AND INCORRECT IDENTIFICATION4.6 PROBLEMS WITH THE LACK OF TAXONOMIC ATTENTION; 4.7 CONCLUSIONS; References; Chapter 5
  • Validation of Medicinal Herbs for Skin Aging; 5.1 INTRODUCTION; 5.2 CONSEQUENCES OF HERBAL COSMETIC; 5.3 SKIN AGING; 5.4 FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH SKIN AGING; 5.5 PHOTOPROTECTIVE MECHANISM OF BIOACTIVE MOLECULES; 5.6 NATURAL BIOACTIVE MOLECULES AGAINST SKIN AGING; 5.7 FEW MEDICINAL PLANTS USEFUL IN SKIN AGING; 5.8 MANAGEMENT OF SKIN AGING; 5.9 CONCLUSION; Acknowledgments; References; 5. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS.
  • Chapter 6
  • Proangiogenic Potential of Medicinal Plants in Wound Healing.