Vol 2-Issue 3


Review Article

Phytoequivalence: A Balanced Perspective

Phytoequivalence is the term being used to deal with bioequivalence of a phytomedicine compared to another product that may be the subject of extensive research.

Published 14 Feb, 2017


Editorial

Three Tiers in Pharmacological Research of Chinese Medicine

Chinese Medicine is a science and art of traditional medicine in China and has spread to the world as complementary and alternative medicine.

Published 13 Feb, 2017


Editorial

The Impact of Pharmacognesy

As the world of medicine continues evolve, it seems only right that we move in unison with the continuous advances of modern medicine.

Published 13 Feb, 2017


Editorial

Olive Oil Polyphenols: Possible Tools to Prevent/Fight Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease (AD), the most common form of dementia affecting a large proportion of aged people, is considered a protein misfolding disease; accordingly, several therapeutic approaches, including the use of molecules enriched in the Mediterranean diet (MD) that are able to inhibit self-assembly into oligomers and fibrils of amyloidogenic proteins/peptides are under development.

Published 23 Jan, 2017


Short Communication

Need For Pharmacovigilance

The causes of the health damage due to drugs use are
i. Adulteration or inadequate production

Published 23 Jan, 2017





SHARE THIS ARTICLE


Renowned Editors

MIT, John Hopkins University, Stanford University, University of Michigan...300+

Rapid Peer Review

We assure 20 days rapid peer review process

Open Access

Open Access is the free, immediate, online availability of novel research

High Visibility

Published articles are easy to find on google, google scholar and other databases