Herbal Medicine: Back to the Future compiles expert reviews on the application of herbal medicines (including Ayurveda, Chinese traditional medicines and alternative therapies) to treat different ailments. The book series demonstrates the use of sophisticated methods to understand traditional medicine, while providing readers a glimpse into the future of herbal medicine.
This volume presents reviews of traditional Chinese medicine and other nutritional therapies useful for treating cardiovascular diseases, including:
- cardiovascular benefits of the European Olive and bottle gourd
- a review of the cardiovascular benefits of Naoxintong
- herbal and micronutrient supplements for cardiovascular disease patients
- herbal remedies for atherosclerosis
- cardio-protective alkaloids
This volume is essential reading for all researchers in the field of natural product chemistry and pharmacology. Medical professionals involved in cardiovascular care who seek to improve their knowledge about herbal medicine and alternative therapies will also benefit from the contents of the volume.
Herbal Medicine: Back to the Future presents expert reviews on the applications of herbal medicines (including Ayurveda, Chinese traditional medicines and alternative therapies) to tackle health problems. This volume provides readers about the wealth of information on the use of herbal medicines in cardiovascular disorders that has been used by mankind since time immemorial and that has then been gradually integrated into the indigenous systems of medicine practiced in different regions of the world,
The book is a valuable resource for pharmaceutical scientists and postgraduate students seeking updated and critically important information in natural product chemistry and pharmacology. The chapters are written by authorities in the field. The contents of the Volume 1 represent exciting recent researches on cardiovascular benefits of the European olive and bottle gourd, cardiovascular benefits of Naoxintong, herbal and micronutrient supplements for cardiovascular disease patients, herbal remedies for atherosclerosis, and cardio-protective alkaloids. We hope that the readers involved in cardiovascular care will find these reviews valuable and thought provoking so that they may trigger further research on herbal medicines and alternative therapies against cardiovascular diseases.
Ferid Murad, (Nobel Laureate)
Palo Alto Veterans Hospital,
Kings College, University of Cambridge,
George Washington University, School of Medicine,