Chin Med, 2021, 16, .
Autores/as: Xiuzhu Li, Weijie Chen, Jesus Simal-Gandara, Milen I. Georgiev, Hongyi Li, Hao Hu, Xu Wu, Thomas Efferth & Shengpeng Wang.
The desire to extend the wisdom of traditional health systems has motivated the trade of many phytomedicine on a global scale for centuries, especially some dietary herbs, making a great overlap exits between western and eastern phytomedicine. Despite the communication since ancient times, a key disconnect still exists in the dialog among western and eastern herbal researchers. There is very little systematic effort to tap into the friction and fusion of eastern and western wisdom in utilizing phytomedicine. In this review, we analyzed the similarities and differences of three representative phytomedicine, namely Rhodiola, seabuckthorn, and fenugreek, aiming to open up new horizons in developing novel health products by integrating the wisdom of the east and the west.