25% of drugs prescribed worldwide are derived from plants. Dating back thousands of years herbs and plants have been used as medicine in various traditional medical systems. Herbal remedies are found in many forms such as ointment, extracts, infusions, lotions, essential oils, tinctures, extracts, syrups and teas. The 1st pharmalogical compound “morphine” was produced from opium extracted from seed pods of the poppy flower. Millions of pound are invested in looking for promising medicial herbs. Herbal medicines are naturally occuring substances derived from plants, any raw or processed part of the plant can be used to produce these complex mixture of organic cjemicals. All over the world plants are being used to treat a number of health concerns and conditions which include allergies, migraines, artritis, skin infections, fatigue, wounds and gastrointestinal issues. The use of herbs for medicinal purposes is becoming a popular alternative to conventional medication as it is seen as a less expensive safer means of treatment.