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Topical Treatment of Dermatological Disorders Using New Herbal Biomedicines


Sofia Pantelio

The use of isolated plant chemicals and herbal extracts in the treatment of wounds and skin conditions is on the rise. Recent years have seen the development of numerous new herbal medicines, cosmetics, and medications for the treatment of various skin disorders. In this non-systematic review, we concentrate on herbal medications that have undergone controlled clinical trials or rigorous preclinical research. The herbal biomedicines are used to treat a variety of skin conditions, including atopic dermatitis (St. John's wort, licorice, tormentil, bitter substances, evening primrose), psoriasis (araroba tree, lace flower, barberry bark, indigo, turmeric, olibanum, St. John's wort), actinic keratosis (birch bark, petty spurge), herpe (birch bark, onion).

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