CONTENTS:- Antidiabetic Plants of India: Part-I; Antidiabetic Plants of India: Part-II; Antidiabetic Plants of India: Part-III; Antidiabetic Plants of India: Part-IV.
Health and disease are coeval with life. Form time immemorial man has been interested in trying to control diseases. The medicine man and herbalist undertook in various ways to cure man's disease and bring relief to the sick. One of the chronic, world wide heterogeneous of it will be 5.4% by the year 2025, with the global diabetic population reaching to 300 million. Among all the WHO regimes. South East Asian region are highest affected with maximum global burden of the disease and by year 2025 there will be nearly 80 million diabetic in the region. Sensing this demand, the articles of this book have compiled to help the biologists to keep themselves abreast of the latest developments. This book will cater to the immediate needs of the students. Researchers, faculty members and pharmaceutical industries in India and abroad.