Herbal Plants Used For the Treatment of Malaria-A Literature Review

@inproceedings{Bahekar2013HerbalPU,
  title={Herbal Plants Used For the Treatment of Malaria-A Literature Review},
  author={Satish Eknath Bahekar and Ranjana Sushil Kale},
  year={2013}
}
Malaria is one of the most common major health problems all over the world. Pharmacotherapy is the most common treatment strategy for the disease. But, the main obstacle behind this is emergence of resistance for many of these drugs. Hence, to overcome this problem, the major option available since ancient times is medicinal plants all over the world. Mankind is blessed with wide range of herbal plants for various ailments with lot of those useful for malaria treatment also. In this review, we… CONTINUE READING

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