Quality Control and Marketing of Herbal Products


Over the past decade, herbal medicine has become a topic of increasing global importance, with both medical and economic implications. In developing countries, as much as 80% of the indigenous populations depend on traditional systems of medicine and medicinal plants as their primary source of healthcare.



The global herbal supplements and remedies market is to hit $93.15 billion by 2015. According to research from Global Industry Analysts the global herbal supplement and remedy industry is forecast to exceed $105 billion by 2017.



Phytotherapeutic specialists are institutionalized home grown arrangements comprising of complex blends of at least one plant which contain as dynamic fixings plant parts or plant material in the unrefined or prepared state. A checked development in the overall phytotherapeutic advertises has happened in the course of the most recent 15 years.



 


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