Abstract: This textbook discusses phytochemistry in a way that is specifically relevant to clinical practitioners. It helps make a basic science relevant to the real world. Each major group of secondary plant metabolites is reviewed. It also contains a lengthy section on preparation of botanical extracts, immediately applying the phytochemical knowledge discussed in the first portion of the text.
Keywords: book review, SCNM, Botany, herbology, herbal medicines,phytotherapy.
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Title: Phytochemistry and Pharmacology for Practitioners of Botanical Medicine
Author: Eric Yarnell
Publisher: Healing Mountain Publishing
Date Published: 2003
Pages: 221
SCNM Courses: BOTM743, BOTM744, BOTM817 (Naturopathic Materia Medica, Pharmacognosy & Therapy I, II,III), BOTM831 (Botanical Medical Terapies: Dev Clin Prof/SI))
SCNM Quarters: Q6-BOTM743,Q7-BOTM744,Q11-BOTM817,Q14-BOTM831
SCNM Need: Supplemental
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