In recent years a change of attitude towards complex extracts and mixtures of drugs (multi-target therapies) both in phytomedicine
and in modern drug therapy has taken place (Wagner, 2006, 2004).
, 2005 Mar: 7(1): 7-13/Hannah JM, Marenah L, Ali L, Rokeya B, Flatt PR, Abdel-Wahab YH.
Synergy and other interactions in phytomedicines
Williamson is the editor in chief of Phytotherapy Research and an editorial board member of Phytomedicine
and the Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine.
Researchers from pharmaceutical and other medical sciences explore the medicinal use of plants from such perspectives as ethnopharmacological approaches used to identify medicinal plants, breeding and cultivating medicinal plants, the role of zebrafish in the future of natural product discovery, molecular modes of action of drugs used in phytomedicine
, recommendations for reporting randomized controlled trials of herbal medicine interventions, plant and plant-derived products as cancer chemopreventive agents, antiviral effects of essential oils used traditionally, and herbal medicine in South America.
In this colorfully-illustrated guide to an "herbal renaissance," an herbalist (Foster) and a National Geographic author/avid gardener (Johnson) present a sampling of 150 healing plants used in Western phytomedicine
Antibacterial activity of alpha-mangostin against vancomycin resistant Enterococci (VRE) and synergism with antibiotics," Phytomedicine
, 12 (2005).
Invaluable to students of medicine, pharmaceutical sciences, phytomedicine
and microbiology and all those wanting to know about the possibilities and limitations of new antibacterial drugs.
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Already in 1994 they defined the direction and main aims of Phytomedicine
to provide profound scientific background in Herbal Medicinal Products, their reproducible Quality and evidence based therapeutic Efficacy.
The study has been published in the academic journal Phytomedicine
Stevioside induces antihyperglyeaemic, insulinotropic and glucagonostatie effects in vivo: studies in the diabetic Goto-Kakizaki (GK) rats," Phytomedicine