Located in the interface of chemistry, medicine, pharmaceutics, ethnopharmacolgy and industry (cosmetics, perfumes etc.), medicinal and aromatic plants (MAP) are considered as one of the most challenging research fields. The developments in analytical chemistry, medicinal chemistry and molecular genetics have resulted in new insights, and in same instance, confirmed principles that had been proposed decades ago. As a consequence, a plethora of MAP products (fresh and dried plants, drugs, extracts and essential oils, among others) are currently marketed. However, in a growing number of phytoproducts, the quality and quantity are often questioned especially, in the developing countries.
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