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Advances in Pharmacology and Clinical Trials

@inproceedings{Mohiuddin2019AdvancesIP,
  title={Advances in Pharmacology and Clinical Trials},
  author={Abdul Kader Mohiuddin},
  year={2019}
}
About 80% of the population worldwide use a variety of traditional medicine, including herbal medicines, for the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of illnesses, and for the improvement of general well-being. Total consumer spending on herbal dietary supplements in the United States reached an estimated $8.085 billion in 2017. In addition, the 8.5% increase in total sales from 2016 is the strongest growth for these products in more than 15 years. The main reason to use herbal products in these… Expand

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