Overview of therapeutic plants: Production and utilization potentials
Manoj Kumar Sharma
Medicinal plants have played a significant role in the advancement of human society. Medicinal flowers have consistently been at the forefront of virtually all cultures and civilizations as a source of medicine. The wealthiest assets of traditional pharmaceuticals are medicinal flowers, and it is from these flowers that cutting-edge drugs are made. For many years, medicinal flowers were used to treat illnesses, enhance the flavour of food and preserve it, and prevent disease epidemics. The organic characteristics of plant species employed throughout history have typically been attributed to the secondary metabolites created with the help of the flowers. The use of items produced by plants helps control microbial overgrowth in a variety of situations. In this review and assessment, I provided an outline of the healing plants.