Herbal monographs provide detailed information about individual plants in an organized manner. Ideally they include botanical, pharmaceutical as well as traditional uses.
These are publicly accessible PDF e-books we’ve gathered for your convenience. *
Most are rather large files and may take a few moments to load.
Medicinal Plants Monograph – This 661 page e-book is a compilation of medical plant monographs written by students as their final paper for “Botanical Medicine and Health” course taught at Emory University and “Medical Botany” web based course taught at University of Arkansas. Published in 2013 by Quave Research Group.
Herbal Medicines – 3rd edition: A guide for healthcare professionals – 720-page guide with 152 monographs that cover identifying features, constituents, food use, herbal use, dosage, pharmacological action, adverse effects, contraindications, warnings, references.
Leung’s Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients used in Food, Drugs, and Cosmetics 3rd Edition – this comprehensive text for professionals provides an unparalleled accurate and current reference source on natural products for commercial use.
Universal Herbal or Botanical, Medical and Agricultural Containing an Account of all known plants in the world.Specifying the uses to which they are or may be applied, whether as food, as medicine, or in the arts and manufactures with the best methods of propagation and the most recent agricultural improvements collected from indisputable authorities. Published in 1824 containing 1062 pages.
Herbal Monographs including Herbal Medicinal Products and Food Supplements– This e-book contains over 170 herbal monographs and was compiled as part of a project carried out for the partial fulfillment of the requirements of the course leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Pharmacy, University of Malta.