Name of the Journal Records 1 JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY
64 2 INDIAN JOURNAL OF TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE 53 3 JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL PLANTS RESEARCH 42 4 PARASITOLOGY RESEARCH 20 5 AFRICAN JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY 16 6 PHARMACEUTICAL BIOLOGY 13 7 GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION 9 8 JOURNAL OF ETHNOBIOLOGY AND ETHNOMEDICINE 9 9 FITOTERAPIA 8 10 JOURNAL OF PURE AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY 8 11 AFRICAN JOURNAL OF TRADITIONAL COMPLEMENTARY 7 AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES 12 CURRENT SCIENCE 7 13 ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT 7 14 FOOD RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL 7 15 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY 7 Table 6.
Wohlmuth has been published in leading journals including Journal of Ethnopharmacology
, Journal of Natural Products, Phytotherapy Research, and Phytomedicine, and he is an associate editor of Advances in Integrative Medicine, Frontiers in Ethnopharmacology
, and the Australian Journal of Herbal Medicine.
Chauhan announced the establishment of "Amity International Society for Natural Products" which will work in close cooperation with National Society of Ethnopharmacology
, India, Phytochemical Society of Asia and International Society for the Development of Natural Products for furthering the research and development activities in the field of natural products across the globe.
Vietnamese-born Nam Dang, MD, PhD noticed and documented this effect for the first time in a paper the Journal of Ethnopharmacology
(February 17, 2010) recently published.
The most effective approaches to incorporating principles of ethnopharmacology
and cultural awareness in prescribing have been via the use of case studies in weekly lectures, quizzes, and tests, and in extra credit exercises conducted in person at the distance site with interested students.
The Journal of Ethnopharmacology
has continued its dominance as the most highly ranked integrative and complementary medicine journal.
Alper and two colleagues published their report in the January Journal of Ethnopharmacology
The program is using a model that has been referred to as reverse pharmacology or ethnopharmacology
College-level collections, doctors, nutritionists and even the general public will find EDIBLE MEDICINES: AN ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY
OF FOOD an important guide linking food history, dietary needs and culture.
CINNAMON has been shown to help type-2 diabetes by improving insulin sensitivity, says a study in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology
The biologic aspects of ethnopharmacology
e, fields and subfields like anthropogeography, health psychology, psychoimmunology, human-animal relations, social studies of disease, ethnopharmacology
, sociobiology, medical anthropology, cultural studies, critical legal studies, discourse analysis, ethnophilosophy, historical sociology, the law and literature movement, ecofeminism, museum studies - to name only a few of the more recent specialized niches that have been staked out by scholars over the last twenty years.