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medicinal

1. relating to or having therapeutic properties
2. a medicinal substance

medicinal

[mə′dis·ən·əl]
(medicine)
Of, pertaining to, or having the nature of medicine.
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We undertook studies to find out the reasons for medicinal plants becoming endangered and threatened during 2002- 2013, comprising in- situ and ex- situ conservation projects implemented through different state forest departments.
Over the past few years we have seen a dramatic resurgence in interest in medicinal plants for their potential to yield useful drugs.
There seems to be consensus about the importance of pharmacognosy for the basic skills of future pharmacists, for the knowledge of medicinal plants and the expertise in using herbal medicinal products.
The theme for 2nd International Conference on Medicinal Chemistry & Computer Aided Drug Designing is “An insight into the present day world of Medicinal Chemistry and Computer Aided Drug designing.
Moreover cultivation of medicinal plants can be conducted on a sustainable basis and will not only add of agriculture but will constitute parts of nutritional intake by the cultivation of medicinal plants.
I am aware that claims have been made in respect of the possible health benefits of cannabis-based medicinal products for patients suffering from certain conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis.
According to Satish Kumar, a scientist at the Directorate of Mushroom Research, these mushrooms have extensive medicinal qualities.
Brian Dixon, BioRelix CEO commented, "We are pleased to have the opportunity to expand and renew our productive relationship with the creative team at Dalton Medicinal Chemistry.
Dalton Medicinal Chemistry Partners is utilizing their medicinal chemistry expertise to design and synthesize novel compounds against an antiviral target selected by Boehringer Ingelheim (Canada) Ltd.
Bone void filler to repair bone defects by which the primary action is a physical means (matrix) to provide a volume and scaffold for osteoconduction, where an additional medicinal substance is incorporated to assist and complement the action of the matrix by enhancing the growth of bone cells
Dalton Medicinal Chemistry Partners, the medicinal chemistry arm of Dalton Pharma Services, has signed a medicinal chemistry agreement with Boehringer Ingelheim (Canada) Ltd.
For instance, the North American medicinal leech has orange-and-black polka dots.