Wild flowers as medicine.

Pramod Agrawal, Deshmukh S., Asif Ali, Patil S., Magdum C. S., Mohite S. K., Nandgude T. D.

Abstract


This review explorer the knowledge of the various flowers which has been used in various disease ailments. Flowers are various colours
and size along with it contain a active chemical constituents which acts as to curing the health problems.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22377/ijgp.v1i1.403

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