The Journal of Medicinal Plants for Economic Development is dedicated to the dissemination of research information on the use of plants and plant products for economic and social development especially in the developing world. It publishes original research papers, critical reviews and communications on the latest developments in phytomedicine with strong emphasis on originality and scientific quality. View our Editorial Team.

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Review Article

Hepatoprotective activities of polyherbal formulations: A systematic review  
Elizabeth B. Aladejana, Adebowale E. Aladejana
24 October 2023

Reviewer Acknowledgement

Acknowledgement to reviewers  
Editorial Office
23 October 2023

Review Article

A review of Zanthoxylum chalybeum Engl: Ethnomedicinal uses, pharmacology, phytochemistry and toxicology  
Scelo Mguni, Felistas Mashinya, Collette Khabo-Mmekoa, Lishweni J. Shai
29 September 2023

Review Article

The role of phytomedicine: Bridging the gap between the past, present, and future  
Roger Coopoosamy, Karishma Singh, Kubendran Naidoo, Devandren S. Nadasan
29 August 2023

Original Research

UPLC–QTOF/MS tentative identification of phytochemicals from Vernonia amygdalina Delile acetone and ethanol leaf extracts  
Christeldah Mkhonto, Vusani Makananise, Idowu J. Sagbo, Madonna N. Mashabela, Peter T. Ndhlovu, Bongani P. Kubheka, Wilfred Otang-Mbeng
06 June 2023

Original Research

The impact of extract of mistletoe on tumour cells and hemostasis of human plasma  
Rostyslav Y. Marunych, Denis L. Kolesnik, Olga N. Pyaskovskaya, Galina I. Solyanik, Andrew V. Rebriev, Tamara M. Chernyshenko, Natalia E. Lugovska, Tetiana V. Kozytska, Andriy V. Gudzenko
25 May 2023

Review Article

Pleurostylia capensis Turcz (Loes): A review of its phytochemistry, pharmacology and toxicology and its ethnomedicinal uses  
Nokukhanya E. Thembane
18 May 2023

Original Research

Pytochemical profile of Aloe ferox Mill. across different regions within South Africa  
Sipho Goge, Karishma Singh, Lisa V. Komoreng, Roger M. Coopoosamy
17 March 2023

Original Research

Morphological, anatomical and molecular characterisation of the leaves of Isoberlinia doka Craib and Stapf and Isoberlinia tomentosa (Harms) Craib and Stapf  
Hadiza Bello, Umar A. Katsayal, Aminu A. Ambi, Yusuf B. Abubakar
14 March 2023

Review Article

Opportunities and challenges in the commercialisation of medicinal plants used in village chicken health management  
Ranganai Chidembo, Wiseman Ndlovu, Marizvikuru Mwale, Olusegun Obadire, Joseph Francis
08 March 2023
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Event: Open Access Week 2023 - Embracing community over commercialisation


AOSIS is celebrating Open Access Week 2023! This year’s theme, ‘Community over Commercialisation’, aligns with our mission to democratise scholarly knowledge. We’ve curated three articles on open access  for you, please select each heading to read the full article:
1. Open access: A bridge to public interest amid commercialisation
2. Community over commercialisation: Combating knowledge monopolies in scholarly publishing
3. Knowledge for all: The rise and impact of open publishing platforms
By reading these articles, you’ll expand your horizons and deepen your understanding of the open access landscape.

Posted: 2023-10-23

Event: Experience the excitement of AOSIS Laureatus Awards 2023: Videos now available for viewing!


We are pleased to announce that the AOSIS Laureatus Awards 2023 videos are ready for viewing. This year’s awards, divided into three videos, is hosted by AOSIS’ Executive Chairman, Dr Pierre de Villiers, and our Chief Executive Officer, Cecile de Villiers. The three award categories are the Journal Indexing Awards, Journal Article Citations Awards, and the Book Downloads Awards. We invite you to join us to recognise the remarkable achievements of our editors and authors at the AOSIS Laureatus Awards (click here). We eagerly anticipate observing the remarkable accomplishments that our editors and authors will achieve this year.

Posted: 2023-10-26

Press Release: Online Resource & News Portal - Department of Health, Republic of South Africa

Visit www.sacoronavirus.co.za for up to date information about the COVID-19 Pandemic. Hotline: 0800 029 999 | WhatsApp: 0600-123456  
Posted: 2022-01-27
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