Importance Of Herbal Plants

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Chapter I INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Earth is filled of beautiful creations. It has different classifications of animals, starting from the animals that can fly up to the animals that can crawl to the ground. There are different land forms and different bodies of water in it. Many of the creations are helpful especially on the needs of the people. People in the 21st century uses these creations for their everyday lives. Man discovers infinite ways and makes use of accessible resources to satisfy his longings for health and wellness. Herbal plants are one of the most helpful things that helped the humans here on Earth. And it can be beneficial on the people who have problems with their skin. Herbal plant, also known as botanical medicine, was one of the discoveries of man. It made the existence of modern medicine. Herbalism has a long tradition of use outside conventional medicine. It is becoming more mainstream as improvements in analysis and quality control, along with advances in clinical research. Modern medicines uses plants as their main ingredients in making capsulated herbal medicine or may be for food supplements. The minerals and the vitamins found in herbal plants…show more content…
Al (2013), recently, there has been a lot of attention focused on producing medicines and products that are natural. Many plants, fruits and fruit extracts have been found to be an antimicrobial which bacterial cells could be killed by the break of cell walls and membranes when treated. One of the plants that can be an antimicrobial is the guava. Psidium guajava or Guava have several medicinal properties and offer an array of health benefits. Packed with antioxidants, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory agents and beneficial tannins, fresh guava leaves are considered as a natural pain reliever. The chemicals contained in these leaves such as polyphenols, carotenoids, flavonoids and tannins can be extremely effective in treating various diseases. (Saba,
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