Traditional herbal medicine is a broad category of medicinal products, but it includes some herbal products, such as herbal teas and powders.
The term “traditional herbal medicine” is a misnomer because some herbal medicines contain botanical ingredients.
For example, botanical medicine is defined as the active ingredient of any plant that has been traditionally used for a healing purpose, but is no longer cultivated or used for other purposes.
Traditional herbal medicines are often associated with indigenous medicine, which can be helpful in some cases, but not always.
A person who takes traditional herbal medicines may feel different than someone who uses traditional medicines.
This article looks at the history of traditional herbal remedies and herbal medicine.
For more information about herbal medicine and how it has evolved in the U.N.D., visit www.unod.org/gugul.
The following is a compilation of some traditional herbal products that are available in Uganda.
Traditional medicinal herbs are often used for treating health conditions, and people who use them often find them helpful in treating some health conditions.
These remedies are not a substitute for conventional medicines.
For a list of traditional medicines in Uganda, visit www