Drugs from Natural Sources

Nature, the ace of craftsman of particles or molecules created almost an inexhaustible exhibit of molecular entities. It bears as an infinite resource for drug development, novel chemotypes and pharmacophores, and frameworks for enhancement into efficacious medications for a mess of disorder indications and other valuable bioactive agents. Recently, plants were a crucial source of novel pharmacologically active compounds with numerous drugs being derived directly or indirectly from plants. Despite the present preoccupation with synthetic chemistry as a vehicle to seek out or discover and manufacture drugs, the contribution of plants to health treatment and prevention remains enormous and lots of more. The plant-derived compounds have an extended history of clinical use, better patient tolerance and acknowledgment. To date, 35,000-70,000 plant species are screened for their medicinal use.


  • Ethnomedicine
  • Traditional Herbal Medicinal Products
  • Ethnobotany
  • Pharmacognosy
  • Alkaloids and Gycosides

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