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Medical Botany Set 1 [52 Images]

Medical Botany Set 1 [52 Images]

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Medical Botany is a book on medicinal plants, written by John Stephenson and James Morss Churchill and published in 1836 in London. The book includes descriptions and illustrations of plants that were commonly used in medicine at the time.

The book is divided into two parts. The first part provides an overview of the principles of medical botany, including the identification and classification of plants, their chemical constituents, and their medicinal properties. The second part provides detailed descriptions and illustrations of over 200 plants, arranged alphabetically by their Latin names.

The descriptions of each plant include information on its botanical characteristics, distribution, and medicinal uses. The authors also provide instructions on how to prepare and administer the plants for various medical conditions.

The illustrations in Medical Botany were created using the technique of hand-colored engraving, which allowed for detailed and accurate depictions of the plants. The book was widely praised for its comprehensive coverage of medicinal plants, as well as for its clear and concise writing style.

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