study on medicinal plants in villages of Catak (Van-Turkey).
Recently, the use of ethnobotanical
information obtained from medicinal plant research has gained attention all around the world.
study about medicinal plants of Poonch Valley Azad Kashmir.
information of the use of plants was obtained through interviews based on semi-structured protocols with five triggering questions.
The people of the area are mostly poor, educated and depends upon indigenous plant resources for their primary health care and domestic needs.Therefore the aim of the present study was to explore the ethnobotanical
wealth of district Karak and its documentation.
presents a program that will focus on the ethnobotanical
studies he made of the plants used by the tribes of the Ottaw Indians and Cofan Indians.
This traditional ethnobotanical
knowledge is forming an interaction with the practices of the people that helps to shape the ecosystem and affects the management of our surrounding plant populations .
The following inclusion criteria were used: (a) ethnobotanical
studies based on use of E.
Maroyi, "An ethnobotanical
survey of medicinal plants used by the people in Nhema communal area, Zimbabwe," Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol.
However, there has been a dearth of published information on ethnobotanical
studies on anti-inflammatory remedies within the Sri Lankan context.
Akhondi, An ethnobotanical
survey of medicinal plants used by indigenous people in Zangelanlo district, Northeast Iran, Journal of Medicinal Plant Research, 6, 749 (2012).
"There are any number of other herbs in the ethnobotanical
literature that may have some therapeutic application that will be included."