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ASIAN AND PACIFIC CENTRE FOR TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY ; ESCAP COMMISSION SESSION (63RD SESS.: 7-23 MAY 2007 : ALMATY, KAZAKHSTAN) ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
In the area of traditional medicine and herbal technology, the Centre and various member States established the Asia-Pacific Traditional Medicine and Herbal Technology Network (APTMNET), linking 14 countries of the region and addressing issues related to biodiversity, protection of traditional knowledge, sustainable industrial utilization of natural resources and the promotion of sound agronomic practices at the grass-roots level. (...) Asia-Pacific Traditional Medicine and Herbal Technology Network The Asia-Pacific Traditional Medicine and Herbal Technology Network (APTMNET) was initiated by the Centre and its member countries for the development of traditional medicine and the promotion of information dissemination and industrial and technical cooperation concerning traditional medicine in the Asian and Pacific region. (...) Strengthen the Asia-Pacific Traditional Medicine and Herbal Technology Network (APTMNET). Government of Germany Build capacity for development and dissemination of green grass-roots innovation in the Asia-Pacific region.
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Score: 1255981.1 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...T?OPEN&DS=E/ESCAP/63/24&LANG=E
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Colombo, Sri Lanka, 18 th February 2019: 80-year-old Sri Lankan herbal baby care brand Swadeshi Khomba Baby brand has today formally joined forces with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) to ensure that parents across Sri Lanka will have access to the information they need to support their child’s development, and give them the best possible start in life, through the BetterParenting.lk platform. (...) For more information about UNICEF Sri Lanka, visit www.unicef.lk About Swadeshi: Swadeshi since 1941 is the market leader for herbal care brands Khomba, Rani and Khomba Baby in Sri Lanka and is a trusted organization for practicing strong Sri Lankan values. (...) The company specialized in best quality skin care product using herbal ingredients that are mild and gentle on skin.
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Score: 1255640 - https://www.unicef.org/srilank...rces-unicefs-betterparentinglk
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INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIVE PROGRAMME FOR RESEARCH ON EVALUATING EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTANTS AND OTHER STRESSES ON AGRICULTURAL CROPS : PROGRESS REPORT / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Half of the plants were protected against 0 injury with the antioxidant ethylene diurea (EDU), 3 whereas the other half was untreated. 5.
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CHANGES IN THE SCOPE OF CONTROL OF SUBSTANCES: PROPOSED SCHEDULING RECOMMENDATIONS BY THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION ON NEW PSYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCES AND MEDICINES
It is sold as herbal incense or branded products with a variety of different names. (...) It is sold as herbal incense or branded products with a variety of different names. (...) It is sold as herbal incense or branded products with a variety of different names.
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Score: 1250383 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=E/CN.7/2019/8&Lang=E
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The workshop isdedicated to the Recovery of Valuable Compounds (i.e. polyphenols, carotenoids, antioxidants, dietary fibers, proteins etc) from Food Processing By-products.
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Score: 1247646.9 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...nts/detail-events/en/c/343987/
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. • ECOWAS is developing a database for a herbal pharmacopoeia and Ghana, Nigeria and Egypt have national herbal pharmacopeias, some other countries have monographs. • Quality control policies will be needed to address issues of quality, adulteration and counterfeit products.
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Score: 1236959.1 - https://www.who.int/tdr/partne...s/andi_03_plenary_session3.pdf
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Forest trees and other plants contain a wide variety of bioactive compounds with potential as anticancer drugs, antiatherogenic compounds, and antioxidants. Forest species contain alkaloids such as reserpine, quinine, quinidine, ipecac, ephedrine and caffeine, as well as antibacterial and antifertility compounds. (...) Western science has confirmed the benefits of many such medicines, but the effectiveness of many other forest species, and their potential side-effects, are still unknown. Demand for herbal medicines has increased in recent decades in both developing and developed countries; it has been reported that more than 4 billion people in developing countries use them, mostly the rural poor. 
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Score: 1234218.8 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...from-forests/in-more-depth/en/
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