Plants that have therapeutic characteristics or have a beneficial pharmacological effect on other organisms are known as medicinal plants. The use of medicinal plants as a source of drug lead molecules has long been important. These plants have long been used in traditional medicine and ethnomedicine around the world.
Aromatic plants are plants that are grown for their aroma and flavour. Many of them are also used to treat ailments. Aromatic plants are part of a broad and economically important group of plants. For two decades, there has been an increase in demand for essential oils, fragrance compounds, medications, and medications in the global market. Aromatic chemicals can be found in the root, wood, bark, leaves, flower, fruit, seed, and other parts of the plant.
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