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Ethnobotany: The Renaissance of Traditional Herbal Medicine

By: Ramesh Bhandari
Ethnobotany: The Renaissance of Traditional Herbal Medicine
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  • Ethnobotany: The Renaissance of Traditional Herbal Medicine ISBN: 9788178846477 Hardback Jan 2010 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Contents, Introduction, Use of Herbal Medicine Against Helminths in Livestock, Medicinal Plants in an Urban Environment, Ethnobotany and the search for vanishing knowledge, Ethics in Herbal Medicine, Bioprospecting the African Renaissance: The New Value of Muthi, Medicinal Plants Used by the Yi Ethnic Group, Valorizing the 'Irulas' Traditional Knowledge of Medicinal Plants, Crop Changes in Mountain Area of Eastern Liguria (Italy), Extending the Temporal Context of Ethnobotanical Database, Plants and Traditional Knowledge: An Ethnobotanical Investigation, Ethnobotany in the Nepal Himalayas, Living Knowledge of the healing Plants, Fauna Used in Popular Medicine in Northeast Brazil, Cultural Transmission of Traditional Knowledge, The Use of Magical Plants, Ethnopharmacological Survey of Six Medicinal Plants, Bibliography, Index.

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