Articles are a great resource to learn more about the field of medical botany. Below are several articles available through USF libraries on a wide variety of topics within medical botany, from aspirin and willow trees to tea plants, tobacco plants, and new medical botany studies looking at compounds like "Prostratin" for the treatment of HIV and AIDS.
The articles are organized by subject area and then chronologically by date of publication. Most of the articles were published between 2008-2022, but also included is a historical article from 1897: "Medical Botany" by William Trelease.
This article discusses the medical botany of the perennial herb Euphorbia fischeriana Steud. This plant is native to Asia and contains the compound "Prostratin" which is being studied for use in the treatment of several conditions, including HIV-AIDS.