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claims: brine shrimp lethality of some tanzanian plants," Pharmaceutical Biology, vol.
Calligonum comosum a plant with rich ethnomedical
applications, has been also introduced as potential anti-microbial, anti-helminthic agent, possesses strong antioxidant, anti-inflammatory properties Mossa, J.S.; et al.
survey of plants used by the Orang Asli in Kampung Bawong, Perak, West Malaysia., J.
(16.) Layer EH et al., Understanding the partial protection of male circumcision for HIV prevention among women in Iringa Region, Tanzania: an ethnomedical
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The knowledge of their traditional ethnomedical
practices, while extensive, remains mostly undocumented and unexplored.
Based on this evidence, the present study sought to evaluate the anticonvulsant effects of the essential oil and aqueous extract of caraway in an animal model of petit mal seizure to confirm its acclaimed ethnomedical
Many developing countries have intensified their efforts in documenting the ethnomedical
data and scientific literature on medicinal plants.
syndromes and treatment-seeking behavior among Mayan refugees in Chiapas, Mexico.
The medical-anthropological and ethnomedical
researches have shown that, contrary to what happens in biomedicine, cultural definitions of the disease in other populations are characterized by the non-independence of the imbalances of health in relation other dominions of social reality as the family organization, political relations between groups and environmental interactions.
Value of the ethnomedical
information for the discovery of plants with antifungal properties.
Plant species Vernacular name Ethnomedical
use (Voucher) Annona "araticum do The oil from the seeds is used crassiflora cerrado" or against snake bites and in Mart.
(4) Infertility, in particular, is one of the major concerns of ethnomedicine as many ethnomedical
procedures have been developed to treat this condition, utilising many different plants.