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Title: Arab Medicinal Plants: From Traditional Uses to Scientific Knowledge
Authors: bashar saad
omar said
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Abstract: Based on scientific and traditional knowledge, there is little doubt that the concept of Greco- Arab and Islamic herbal medicinal therapy has shown remarkable success in healing both acute and chronic diseases. As mentioned in the first five chapters, Arab and Muslim physicians were the first to use scientific methods in the field of medicine, including the introduction of quantification, animal testing, and clinical trials. Hospitals in the Arab–Islamic world featured the first drug tests, drug purity regulations, and competency tests for ...
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