Wichtl's standard reference offers comprehensive information about the origin, constituents, effects, indications, and dosage of herbal drugs, phytopharmaceuticals, testing and adulterations. Serving as a practical guide for herbal industry professionals, medical herbalists, pharmacists, naturopath physicians and medical doctors, it is also an essential companion for students of pharmacy, food science and naturopathic medicine.Types of black tea are additionally classified according to their origin; for example , Assam black tea is grown in the state of Assam in ... It has also been planted in higher regions (500a2000 m) of other countries that have a mild climate and high levels of precipitation. ... The primary constituents are methyl- xanthines such as caffeine (theine) at up to 4% (partially bound to tannins) (according to Ph. Fr. X, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Herbal Drugs and Phytopharmaceuticals|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2004-01|