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Its target is to enable local entrepreneurs to venture into large-scale herbal planting that run into hundreds or thousands of hectares.The herbal industry can also bring in new revenue streams for the country should present commodities like rubber, oil palm, pineapple and black pepper be threatened by stiff competition or suffer price drop.Prior to that, in 1996, the world herbal products are valued at RM950 billion, a drastic increase from only RM2,093.8 million in 1980.However, the government's support of the application of herbal medicine can be seen dating back to 1997 with the opening of the Traditional and Complementary Medicine Unit at the Kepala Batas Hospital in Penang by the then Prime Minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.According to the 'Herba Warisan Alam' (The Nature's Heritage Herbs) pamphlet published by Rimba Herba of the Perlis Forestry Department, the export value of medicinal plants have increased to RM45 million in 2002 from RM17 million in 1990.Aromatic plants, including ingredients for essential oil perfumes also proved to be of high economic potential.Data shows that herbal product demand has multiplied manifolds.Herbal health foods, for instance, have reached RM2,380 billion around 2001.
The focus of FRIM's research and development, among others, are on ethnobotany, good agricultural and collection practices, after harvest technology and herb processing.
In the beginning, the herb EPP1 was focused on the commercialisation of five types of herbs with the aim of producing high-value products totalling RM2.2 billion of the Gross National Income (GNI).
The five herbs are Tongkat Ali, Kacip Fatimah, Misai Kucing, Hempedu Bumi and Dukung Anak.
Today, six more herb species have been added to the project: mengkudu, roselle, ginger, Mas Cotek, belalai gajah and pegaga.
The market potential of all 11 herbs are being studied and developed under the 10th Malaysia Plan.
The government has identified several areas to be developed into herbal cluster farms under the East Coast Economic Region Development Council (ECERDC).