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Antiviral Botanicals in Herbal Medicine

@inproceedings{Bergner2005AntiviralBI,
  title={Antiviral Botanicals in Herbal Medicine},
  author={Paul Bergner},
  year={2005}
}
The human organism is an ecological domain naturally inhabited by microorganisms including bacteria, fungi, and virus. The majority of viruses known to infect humans cause no symptoms or known disease. The organism possesses multiple mechanisms of host defense to maintain ecological balance in the presence of viruses. Except for the occasional use of herbal medicines as topical agents in viral infections of the skin, plant medicines probably do not exhibit direct virucidal properties within the… Expand
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