ethnobotany

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ethnobotany

[¦eth·nō′bät·ən·ē]
(anthropology)
The study of how cultures utilize plants and plant products.
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Ethnobotanist James Wong is back, trying to come up with a cure to eczema, insomnia and the common cold with just the help of your domestic plants .
Grow Your Own Drugs BBC2, 8pm Now into his second series of the show, ethnobotanist James Wong continues his mission to enlighten us about the magic of the natural world, and how familiar plants can be turned into simple natural remedies that can help us to ease the symptoms of minor aliments including coughs, colds, eczema and insomnia.
Now into his second series of the captivating show, ethnobotanist James Wong continues his mission to enlighten us about the magic of the natural world, and how familiar plants can be turned into simple natural remedies that can help us to ease the symptoms of minor aliments including coughs, colds, eczema, insect bites and insomnia.
This essay explores the significance of houses and homes in the lives of three women--a grandmother, her daughter, and her granddaughter: the painter and patron Eva Scott Muse Fenyes, the ethnobotanist Leonora Muse Curtin, and the linguist and historic preservationist Leonora Frances Curtin Paloheimo.
Instead, he suggests that they visit Sal Kennedy, an old friend of theirs who works as a computer scientist, ethnobotanist, and futurist.
Ethnobotanist James Wong demonstrates how to transform familiar plants into natural remedies for minor ailments.
University of Arizona ethnobotanist Nabhan was intensely curious about these questions--and about the exploits of the man he credits with first traveling the world to find the genetic birthplace of the foods we depend upon.
James Duke, author of The Green Pharmacy, noted ethnobotanist Dr.
Guterman, "Digging into the Roots of Research Ethics: How a Canadian Ethnobotanist Became a Champion of Research that Advances the Lot of Indigenous Peoples," The Chronicle of Higher Education 53, no.
is an ethnobotanist committed to deepening the relationship between plants and people.