Translation of Traditional Knowledge from Lab to Layman from Herbal Sources
People are using medicinal plants for many decades for wellbeing, effectiveness, nativity, and reduced side effects. Herbs and herbal products partake been applied with evidence base to treat and avoid ailments all over times past. Written palm leaf manuscripts and literature about medicinal plants available in Sangam period age about 5000 years compare to the Sumerians and earliest records are recommended prior use of therapeutic plants in Siddha medicine. Due to adverse effects of synthetic products, in attendance is a shift towards AYUSH therapies and medicinal plants. However, share of global market by Indians in medicinal plants related to economy has not reached its mark due to lack of translation as products existing in another arena. This chapter deals about positioning India in world market and attempts to deal about areas where the strength of Siddha prevails to translate knowledge from the lab to layman as products.
KeywordsAYUSH Siddha Layman Translational medicine Global market WHO Over-the-counter (OTC) Standardization Metallic drugs
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