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Guida Bibliografica ai più noti fitoterapici - edizione 1999

G. Spignoli, V. Mercati, E. Boncompagni

Guida Fitoterapici 250Fifty-four monographs on plants and natural products, with detailed information sheets on their botanical, clinical and biochemical-pharmacological properties.

In addition, a detailed analysis of the scientific literature published in the most authoritative international magazines and reviewed by the most important databanks currently available to researchers.

Divided into sections on the composition and activity of each phytocomplex, every monograph provides the data published since the early 1970s up to the date of publication of the book, with related bibliographical details.

The book's final feature is an index of activities and pathologies. This up-to-date, rational and easily consulted book is suitable for use of the best known herbal products by doctors, pharmacists, herbalists and enthusiasts of natural remedies.

Giacomo Spignoli, surgeon, specialist in pharmacology

Valentina Mercati, graduate in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technology

Elisabetta Boncompagni, graduate in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technology



Dimensions cm. 17 x 24
Paperback BINDING
Bound in rigid paperboard
Shiny plastic covering
ISBN 978-88-95642-19-2
pages 322, 54 illustrations


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