Plants that possess medicinal values are meant to be Herbal Plants. These plants plays a major role in synthesis and development of drugs. Many medicinal and recreational drugs, like tetrahydrocannabinol, caffeine, and nicotine come directly from the plant kingdom. Others are simple derivatives of botanical natural products; for example, aspirin is based on the pain killer salicylic acid which originally came from the bark of willow trees. As well, the narcotic analgesics such as morphine are derived from the opium poppy. Many more novel cures for diseases from plants are yet to be discovered.
- Track 1-1 Red Juice of Bloodwort to Treat Blood Disorders
- Track 2-2 Lobed Appearance of Liverworts to Aid the Liver
- Track 3-3 Physiological Effect of Alkaloids
- Track 4-4 Function of Vinblastine and Vincristine
- Track 5-5 Organo- Sulfur Compounds from Leaves