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    New Developments in Clinical Trial of African herbal medicine for Malaria

    The Nigeria Natural Medicine Development Agency (NNMDA) and Pax Herbal Clinic and Research Laboratories (Paxherbals), are into a partnership that will enhance the scientific practice of herbal medicine in Nigeria.  The two parties, through a memorandum of understanding, agreed to collaborate in the establishment of frame work for increased cooperation in clinical trials and public […]

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    Redesigned Curriculum Changes how We Learn Herbal Medicine

    Paxherbals and the Institute of African studies, University of Ibadan, have formed a partnership in transforming the study and teaching of herbal medicine in Nigeria. This year, the two bodies redesigned a new Masters and PhD curricula on Traditional African Medicine. The curricula have been approved by the University’s curriculum committee and the Institute will […]

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  • Learning About and Keeping Record of Plants

    Pax herbarium’s mission is to collect every plant – indigenous, naturalized or exotic – that grows in Nigeria. By doing so, we are serving the demand for people interested in traditional medicine, ethnotaxonomy and are preventing any false identification and misuse of plants. Nigeria’s vegetation is very rich, from the mangroves in the Delta to […]

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    Paxherbal Congress 2015: African Herbal Medicine in View

    Our affiliate Paxherbals writes a new chapter in the African story. It is in the area of alternative health for this and the future generation in a way that directly affects and impacts on the lives of people everywhere. The event was the Paxherbal congress 2015 held at Lumen Christi International School, Uromi on the […]

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