Plants with Wound Healing Activity: A Review of Recent Clinical Trials
A wound is the most common type of injury to a living system. Currently, there is a wide range of pharmacotherapies available therapies for treating wounds in clinical practice. However, there are conditions (pregnancy) or situations (the patient's financial condition) that might limit the use of such treatments. Therefore, in such a case, the use of ethnic or traditional medicines can play a significant role. Thus, the current review aimed to highlight these alternative therapies' true potential based on real-world evidence from clinical trials.
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