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EDITORIAL -VOL. 2, ISSUE 4

EDITORIAL

Drug resistance is a major cause of concern for medical and pharmaceutical research community as incidence of drug resistance are increasing at alarming rate both in developing world as well as developed world. There is an urgent need for developing alternative approach to deal with increase in drug resistance cases.
Herbs and plants have long been used for treating variety of infections and ailments and that across the globe. Ancient literature of India, China, Africa and other ancient countries clearly suggests uses of herbs and plants and their decoctions in the treatment of various diseases. It becomes all the more important to validate herbs and plants for their antimicrobial activity and their tendency to develop resistance.
We are excited to bring new issue of International Journal of Natural Product Science with wide range of research articles and that of significant importance.
In Benin, one of the smallest developing countries of West Africa, several plants have been known historically for their strong antimicrobial properties and their use is well known and widespread among rural population in the Country. Generally, these plants are often administered orally to patients in the form of decoction, maceration, infusion, or tea. In this issue we publish an article on antimicrobial activities of various plants used as ethno medicine in Benin.
We request to the entire research community to publish their work with us and contribute in our efforts of spreading scientific information openly.

Sincerely
Rajesh Sehgal, PhD
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