Herbal Medicine: Open Access

Image Herbal Medicine: Open Access is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that reflects articles on all types of herbs and plant extracts. The journal welcomes submissions from all related fields of herbal medicine including advances in alternative medicine. Articles will be also considered from related analysis from Botany, Medicinal Plant Research, Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry, Phytotherapy, botanical medicines, Ayurveda and Natural chemistry, Agriculture Science, Unani Medicine, Biotechnology and Biochemistry. Submission of important articles containing advanced research output aid... Read More

Overview of manuscript work flow

Image Herbal Medicine: Open Access Journal is a medical journal aims to publish most complete and reliable source of information in the mode of original articles, review articles, case reports, short communications, Mini reviews, letter to editor, commentaries, etc. Editorial or manuscript flow determines the overall process which each manuscript undergoes during the peer review process. The entire process of editorial workflow is maintained through online or electronic system. Editor is... Read More

Five Herbs to boost your Immunity this winter

Image The cold winter months not only bring in coughs, colds and flu, we find it harder to stay warm and our circulation tends to be less effective at throwing out toxins.  Not least, we feel less energized and able to find that extra bit of energy.  Here are 5 key herbs to help with all those winter aspects. Cinnamon Stick A fragrant winter favourite, this herb is able to bring circulation as far as cold fingers and toes.  It is also a potent anti-viral and anti-bacterial, making it a vital herb for the worst of the flu season.  Not only d... Read More

Starting Herbs from Seed: Direct Seeding Versus Planting in Trays

Image Planting seeds directly in the garden has some obvious advantages, notably the absence of resources and energy necessary in seed tray culture. It is the easiest choice, and for those plants who do not tolerate transplanting, it is the only choice. The downside to direct seeding is the higher attrition rates with tender seedlings left to fend for themselves in the face of frost, plant-on-plant competition, herbivory, drought, and disease. However, the plants who do survive and reproduce will have offspring selected for their parents’ tenacity and vitality.  Some herbs th... Read More