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Asian Journal of Pharmacognosy
This Second issue for the year 2018 provides some interesting pharmacological and phytochemical data about plants commonly found in Southeast Asia. I have no doubt that further studies on these plants could lead to the development of herbal products to be used to improve health in underdeveloped Asian countries and to promote the creation of farming jobs natives from where these plants are used. We hope to contribute to the free dissemination of peer-reviewed papers on medicinal plant researchfatcat:j2qegkyn6fd5dekfgoev3hr3dy