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Department of Biology, UoH hosted Educational Medicinal Plant Exhibition

The University of Haripur's Department of Biology recently organized a captivating Medicinal Plant Exhibition, showcasing a diverse array of therapeutic, diuretic, painkiller, and diabetic-related plants. The event aimed to educate attendees about the various uses of these plants in promoting human health and well-being.

Visitors had the opportunity to explore the medicinal properties of different plants and even enjoy herbal teas made from various plant sources, each catering to different tastes and addressing specific health concerns. The exhibition provided a hands-on experience, allowing attendees to discover the potential benefits of incorporating these natural remedies into their lifestyles.

The event received esteemed participation, including the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Dr. Shafiq ur Rehman, who not only visited the exhibition but also expressed appreciation for the initiative. The presence of the Head of the Biology Department, Dr. Aziz Ullah, chairperson, faculty members, and other distinguished guests further added to the significance of the occasion.

Dr. Aziz Ullah, Head of the Department of Biology, highlighted the importance of promoting awareness about medicinal plants and their applications. The faculty's active participation in the exhibition underscored their commitment to fostering knowledge and understanding in the field of biology.

The Medicinal Plant Exhibition was a resounding success, providing a platform for both students and the community to learn about the therapeutic potential of plants.