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Haritaki A Boon To Herbalism – A Review

@inproceedings{Aruna2014HaritakiAB,
  title={Haritaki A Boon To Herbalism – A Review},
  author={D. Aruna and Dr L. V. Nandakishore},
  year={2014}
}
  • D. Aruna, Dr L. V. Nandakishore
  • Published 2014
The demand for herbal therapeutics is increasing gradually in the world. The Indian system of medicines uses herbal preparations in majority for the management of diseases. Globally a large number of Pharmacological studies have been conducted extensively on various medicinal plants. In recent years a lot of research is being conducted on Terminalia chebula (Haritaki). The pharmacological studies of Haritaki were reviewed in this paper. 

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