The Usefulness of Medicinal Herbs in the Treatment of Diseases
Salem Mohamed Edrah1* and Dheba Mohammed Abobaker2
1Chemistry Department, Science College ElMergib University Alkhums, Libya
2Chemistry Department, Science College, Alzawia University, Alzawia, Libya
*Corresponding Author: Salem Mohamed Edrah, Chemistry Department, Science College ElMergib University Alkhums, Libya.
November 01, 2021; Published: December 13, 2021
Medicinal plants as foodstuffs participants in diet are achievement attractiveness to human everywhere in the world, because of occurrence of an enormous quantity of beneficial and safeties from constituents which every day are discovered by progressive performances or even by using it in treatments of several diseases or Alonso as traditional curative. Despite using synthetic drugs for treating diseases, the well-practiced data of herbal medicine is played very vital rules in this field, due to the side effects of synthetic products as drugs.
Rendering to the evaluations of the World Health Organization (WHO) about 80% of the world inhabitants is principally reliant on congenital procedures of curative and healing which castoff experiential and observed familiarity established on the practice of medicinal herbals . While from 35000 up to 70000 species of plants are used for therapeutic purposes in the world .
Keywords: Medicinal Plants; (SARS-CoV-2); Microbes
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