Vol. 2 No. 1 (2023): African Journal of Pharmacy and Alternative Medicine
The African Journal of Pharmacy and Alternative Medicine (AJPAM) is a reputable scholarly publication dedicated to advancing pharmaceutical and alternative medicine research, knowledge, and practice within the African continent. Established to address the unique healthcare challenges and opportunities in Africa, AJPAM serves as a vital platform for academics, researchers, and healthcare professionals. AJPAM features a wide range of articles, including original research papers, reviews, case studies, and editorials, encompassing various aspects of pharmaceutical sciences and alternative medicine practices. These topics span from drug discovery and development, pharmaceutical formulation, pharmacology, and pharmacokinetics, to the exploration of traditional and complementary healing methods used across diverse African cultures. This journal plays a crucial role in disseminating evidence-based information that can guide healthcare policies and improve patient outcomes, while also promoting the preservation and integration of traditional healing practices into modern healthcare systems. AJPAM maintains high editorial standards, employing peer-review processes to ensure the quality and reliability of the published content.
Pharmacognosy & Complementary Medicine
Formulation and Assessment of a Ricinus communis Leaf Extract-Based Shampoo for the Treatment of Tinea capitisAbstract views: 148https://doi.org/10.58460/ajpam.v2i1.38
ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY AND SYNERGISM OF Allium sativum, Zingiber officinale, AND Citrus limon peel ESSENTIAL OILS AGAINST Tinea capitisAbstract views: 188https://doi.org/10.58460/ajpam.v2i1.37