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Use of menispermaceae family plants in folk medicine of Bangladesh
The Menispermaceae family of flowering plants comprises of about 70 genera and 420 species. The plants belonging to this family are mostly climbing plants and the great majority of the species can be found in countries ...
A Survey of Medicinal and Functional Food Plants Used by the Folk Medicinal Practitioners of Three Villages in Sreepur Upazilla, Magura District, Bangladesh
(The American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information (AENSI), 2010)
Folk medicinal practitioners (Kavirajes) provide medical care to substantial segments of the rural and urban population of Bangladesh. The Kavirajes specialize in the use of medicinal plants for treatment of ailments or ...
Tribal Formulations for Treatment of Pain: A Study of the Bede Community Traditional Medicinal Practitioners of Porabari Village in Dhaka District, Bangladesh
(African Journals Online (AJOL), 2013)
The Bedes form one of the largest tribal or indigenous communities in Bangladesh and are popularly known as the boat people or water gypsies because of their preference for living in boats. They travel almost throughout ...
A Comparison of Medicinal Plant Usage by Folk Medicinal Practitioners of two Adjoining Villages in Lalmonirhat district, Bangladesh
(The American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information (AENSI), 2011)
Folk medicinal practitioners (Kavirajes) provide primary health care to the rural population of around 86,000 villages in Bangladesh. Every village has at least one or more practicing Kavirajes. The Kavirajes rely almost ...