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Bleeding, foot and mouth disease, gastrointestinal helminthiasis, mange, myiasis, pain, pediculosis, pneumonia, tick infestation and uterine prolapse were ten common conditions/ailments of animals for which traditional prescriptions are usually being used in the area.
However, some diseases like diarrhea, helminthiasis, and skin disorders in humans were treated with more than one plant.
Prevalence of gastro intestinal helminthiasis and comparativeefficacy of anthelmintics in parasitized buffalo calves.
Dracunculiasis (guniea worm disease), lymphatic filariasis, blinding trachoma, Human African trypanosomiasis, leprosy, soil-transmitted helminthiasis, schistosomiasis, onochocerciasis, Chagas disease, and visceral leishmaniasis.
Data on the prevalence of helminthiasis was analyzed using Chi-square statistical design on the basis of sex and age.
Several cases of helminthiasis have been reported in various breeds of parrots by different scientists like Ascaridia platyceri (Weekes, 1981) in masked lovebird; Hymenolepis macrorchida (Spasskii, 1988); Ascaridia, tapeworm, microfilaria, Hexamita, and Spiroptera (Tsai et al.
The formulations were used for treatment of a diverse number of diseases like fever, helminthiasis, sexual disorders, poisoning, gastrointestinal disorders, excessive hair loss, heart disorders, mental disorders, kidney stones, jaundice, respiratory tract disorders, liver disorders, paralysis, skin disorders and pain.
To inspect the predominance of gastrointestinal helminthiasis in sheep, 500 faecal samples from all over the tehsil Jatoi, Pakistan were examined by using direct/indirect and copro-culture techniques.
In Bangladesh, the traditional medicinal practitioners (Kavirajes) use various parts of the plant like leaf, bark, root, stem, and fruit for treatment of edema, constipation, helminthiasis, dysentery, diarrhea, pain, and kidney, gall bladder, liver and gastrointestinal disorders of diabetic patients.
Third, it is important to juxtapose these observations with trends observed over the same period, but with an emphasis on soil-transmitted helminthiasis and schistosomiasis.
Various indigenous communities of India, Nepal and Bangladesh, as well as folk medicinal practitioners and herbalists of these countries are known to use the plant for a variety of medicinal purposes including treatment of rheumatism, diabetes, fever, respiratory tract illnesses, gastrointestinal disorders, leprosy, infertility, pain, urinary disorders, helminthiasis, eye and ear infections, hepatic problems, and sexually transmitted diseases.