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|Ajibola Ola Peters|
|Posters: Altern Integ Med|
|Herbal Medicine Research: Can simply be defined as a careful study of herbal medicine, to discover a new fact or general information about it. Herbal medicines include crude plant material such as leaves, flowers, fruit, seed, stems, wood bark, roots, fresh juices and gums. Attempts to evaluate traditional therapies with biomedical methodologies may fail to generate true knowledge, since that knowledge itself depends on natural inspirational talented people. Effective , profitable and good end research start with the local indigenous knowledge hereditary health care practitioners by listing their area of specialties and medicinal plants species involved in agreement Trade by Bata, with this method, one can be 100% sure of the true and complete knowledge exchange. Development: The development of herbal medicines include research, quality control and the efficacy of herbal medicine, Clinical study, Scientific analysis , the source of raw materials, preservation methods, processing , packaging process, application and distribution. Botanical drugs hold great promise but also pose unique challenges in developing a product acceptable to FDA. Manufacturers need training and guidance in developing therapeutic products acceptable to Western regulations. The highest barrier for developers is to establish new evidence based upon clinical study. Ethical challenges in international traditional herbal medicine research call for a comprehensive framework. Addressing these challenges requires collaborative partnership that implements sound research designs. So envisioned, international herbal medicine research can contribute to global health development. Considering the alarming popularity and high demand of herbal medicine worldwide without criticism, governments, pharmaceutical companies and organizations are increasingly investing in traditional herbal medicine products and its research worldwide.|
Ajibola Ola Peters was born in June 1968 in Ikeji-Arakeji, Osun State, Western Nigeria, he completed national certificate of education (NCE) and obtained ordinary national diploma (OND) certificate in 1991. He fully joined his familys hereditary herbal medicine healthcare home, later he formed his organization called (PONAS C.I.G) where he is the Director General. He published a book on herbal medicine called (Herbs, health and diseases) in 2007.
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