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PANAX GINSENG ­ A UNIVERSAL PANACEA IN THE HERBAL MEDICINE WITH DIVERSE PHARMACOLOGICAL SPECTRUM -A REVIEW

@inproceedings{Roy2011PANAXG,
  title={PANAX GINSENG ­ A UNIVERSAL PANACEA IN THE HERBAL MEDICINE WITH DIVERSE PHARMACOLOGICAL SPECTRUM -A REVIEW},
  author={Anitha Roy},
  year={2011}
}
  • A. Roy
  • Published 2011
  • Biology, Medicine, Chemistry
The use of medicinal plant either as a single drug or in combination is increasing in the health care of human being. Medicinal plants can be important source of previously unknown chemical substances with potential therapeutic effect. The herbal remedies referred to as “ginseng” are derived from the roots of several plants.One of the most commonly used and researched of the ginseng is Panax ginseng, also called Asian or Korean ginseng. The main active components of Panax ginseng are… 
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