5701Fw: Friday Five: Medicinal Powers of Plants
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Please add our e-mail address to your e-mail white list or address book: dailydirt@... MGG Home · Garden FAQ · Plant Encyclopedia · Daily Dirt Archive · ENN Agriculture Friday, June 24, 2011 Friday Five: Medicinal Powers of Plants
We’ve all heard about the pharmacological implications of plants from tropical rain forests, but did you know that many modern day medicines are derived from plants in more temperate climates as well? Some are well known, others are relatively new, and some have been around since ancient times and their use has persisted into the present day leading to the creation of modern medicines.
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