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HERBAL REMEDIES USED IN TREATMENT OF BACTERIAL VAGINITIS: A MINI-REVIEW

@inproceedings{Adhami2017HERBALRU,
  title={HERBAL REMEDIES USED IN TREATMENT OF BACTERIAL VAGINITIS: A MINI-REVIEW},
  author={Samira Adhami and Nasrin Baery and Gholamreza Amin and Mohsen Amin and Roshanak Mokaberinejad and Saeedeh Momtaz and Azizeh Ghasemi Nejad and Majid Anushiravani and Zahra Gharazi},
  year={2017}
}
Herbal remedies are globally accepted for treatment of several diseases including infections. Certain herbs possess traditional evidence to be used in vaginitis, especially bacterial vaginitis. This paper was designed to gather various data on the possible effec tiveness of herbal remedies on different types of vaginitis particularly bacterial vaginitis. By means of major electronic databases, all relevant studies on vaginitis and herbal remedies including research articles, review articles and… 

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