Ethnobotanical Research On Medicinal Plants Conducted In Ethiopia

as a source of seeds for requirement and. addis ababa university school of graduate studies biology department an ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in seru wereda , arsi zone of oromia region, ethiopia. @inproceedings{Chekole2015EthnobotanicalSO, title={Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in the environs of Tara-gedam and Amba remnant forests of Libo Kemkem District, northwest Ethiopia}, author={Getnet Chekole and Zemede Asfaw and Ensermu Kelbessa}, booktitle={Journal of Ethnobiology and. Water was the major medium for the decoctions/infusions. It is also in agreement with the result of various ethnobotanical studies conducted elsewhere in Ethiopia [ 18, 21, 22, 31, 40, 41, 44,. UB undergraduates to research medicinal plants, culture of healing in Peru MHIRT group in the Garden of Medicinal Plants at EsSalud,Trujillo, Peru. Chail valley, district Swat has rich floral and cultural diversity due to its geographic location and prevailing climatic conditions. Samoan Medicinal Plants 3. Contrary to these results, bushfires and drought were the major threats identified by other informants in different parts of Ghana [ 34 , 36 ], with deforestation being the most. Ethnobotanical Survey of Medicinal Plants Used to Treat Mental Illnesses in the Berea, Leribe, and Maseru Districts of Lesotho Show all authors Mohale B. Information was gathered from 60 informants using semi-structured interview. Even though all plant parts are significant in the treatment of different ailments; nevertheless in the present study as shown in Fig 3, leaves were the most commonly utilized plant part with38% application in traditional medicinal recipes, followed by whole plant (14%), root (10%), stem (8%), fruit, seed, flower (7% each), bark (5%), shoot and rhizome (2% each). Exploratory ethnobotanical research with the Khumbu Sherpa, Nepal mounted and identified medicinal plants in the field and in local markets. An ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants in Seru Woreda, Arsi Zone of Oromia Region, Ethiopia. CBM:s skriftserie 3: 8199. An ethnobotanical study was conducted in Morocco in order to identify at the national level medicinal plants used in traditional Moroccan medicine in the treatment of anxiety. An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in Agasthiayamalai region of Tirunelveli district was done by collecting information from the experienced medicinal practitioners of Kani tribes. Semi-structured questionnaire, interview and Focused Group Discussion were conducted to gather first hand ethnobotanical information on medicinal plants used for human and livestock ailments. This book emphasizes the importance of cataloging ethnomedical information as well as examining and preserving the diversity of traditional medicines. Scientific research on medicinal plants provides additional evidence to the present knowledge of. UB undergraduates to research medicinal plants, culture of healing in Peru MHIRT group in the Garden of Medicinal Plants at EsSalud,Trujillo, Peru. report on Ethiopian medicinal plants is the first of its kind, it can provide a better understanding of the issues under consideration, and facilitate future research direction in this area of knowledge. Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants was carried out from June 25 to September 5, 2015, in Berbere district of Oromia region, Ethiopia. Research Article. An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used to treat skin ailments was conducted in Woreda Tahtay Adiyabo and Merebleke, Tigray, Northern Ethiopia between December 2013 and June 2014 to document the use, conservation and management of medicinal plants. 7 %) of the medicinal plant species to be abundant whereas 19 (31. The study was aimed at documenting indigenous knowledge on medicinal plants in the farming zones. Ethiopia: An Ethnobotanical Survey Ethiopia Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, Vol. Indigenous knowledge and practices on medicinal plants used by local communities of Gambella region, south west Ethiopia was conducted to investigate those potential and popular medicinal plants used for the treatment of various diseases in Gambella region. Information was gathered from 200 people: 70 female and 130 males, using semistructured questionnaire. 48'' E) and (37º. medicinal plants and the associated indigenous knowledge must be an urgent task[23] [24]. Ethiopian ethnoveterinary medicinal plants in some cultural groups [8,15-20], it is found insignificant when compared to the multi-ethnolinguistic com-munities found in the country, which have remained largely unexplored. Abstract/Summary. Ethnobotanical studies of medicinal plants conducted in the Sidama zone of southern Ethiopia have focused on the Boricha district , the Dale district , Hawassa city , the Bensa district , and. This study was, therefore, conducted to document antimalarial plants utilized by Sidama people of Boricha District, Sidama Zone, South Region of Ethiopia. applied research activities on medicinal plants. e present study was conducted in Delanta (Ethiopia) to examine the use of medicinal plants and investigate the impacts of the / resettlement program on the local people s knowledge on herbal medicine and its uses. Ethnobotanical Survey of Medicinal Plants in Metropolitan Kano, Nigeria. Asian Journal of Plant Science and Research, 5 (7): 42-61. THE STUDY AREA. Noumi et al. Giday M, Asfaw Z, Woldu Z, Elmquist T. Box 269, Debre Markos, Ethiopia. Species loss has potential impacts on traditional knowledge and community health. Therefore, this research was conducted to investigate medicinal plants of the Konta people and to document the local knowledge before environmental and cultural changes deplete the resources. The ethnobotanical surveys were carried out from September 2017 to June. The study was focused on identifying medicinal plants, disease treated, part of the plant used,. These practices adversely affect wild woreda, Borena zone, Oromia National Regional State,. is a research professor in the Dept. This study sought to inventory the most used medicinal plants in the local therapeutic patrimony of the Ouaddaï (East Chad) through an ethnobotanical investigation. To collect accurate information, 100 informants (80 men. This study was carried out in KT Zone, Ethiopia aimed to identify the taxonomic diversity of medicinal plants (MPs), and document the local knowledge. and Muyima, N. We catalogued rural women's knowledge of a wide range of plant uses in south-central Ethiopia, conducted through picture identification of 337 local plants. Most traditional medical practices in Ethiopia rely on an explanation of disease that draws on both the "mystical" and "natural" causes of an illness and employ a holistic approach to treatment (Bishaw, 1991). Mabaleha 1. Some studies were also identified with manual Google search. Ethnobotanical survey and phyto-anatomical studies of some common plants used for the treatment of epilepsy in some rural areas of South west Nigeria Authors and affiliation (s): A. Hussain (2003) collected ethnobotanical information of fruit plants of Chitral and listed about 19 cultivated fruit plant species4. Ethno botanical study on traditional medicinal plants were conducted between November, 2013 and September, 2014 in Bensa Woreda, Southern Ethiopia and documented different types of traditional medicinal plants used by the indigenous peoples. Review of Ethnobotanical and Ethnopharmacological Evidences of some Ethiopian Medicinal Plants traditionally used for the Treatment of Cancer Solomon T Esubalew1, Anteneh Belete1, Ermias Lulekal2, Tesfaye Gabriel1, Ephrem Engidawork1, Kaleab Asres1* Abstract Background: Ethiopia is endowed with enormous diversity of plants. Background: This study explores medicinal plant knowledge and use among Muslim women in the city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia. 1% of animals have been screened for their chemical properties and medicinal values. BACKGROUND: Medicinal plants are the integral part of the variety of cultures in Ethiopia and have been used over many centuries. Description. Ethnobotanical study is a real and encourageable in rich biological resource areas for medicinal plant identification, documentation, ranking, conservation and sustainable usages. The route of application, oral (42%), is popular as in the finding of Abebe and Ayehu [ 43] who reported as the leading route of application used in northern Ethiopia. Survey on ethno veterinary medicinal plants in selected woredas of east wollega zone, western ethiopia 1. Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants in Chilga District, Northwestern Ethiopia The study was conducted to investigate and document medicinal plants and associated knowledge plants in Chilga district, Northwestern Ethiopia. An ethnobotanical study was conducted from Januaryto May 2016. The purpose of this study was to identify and document the use and conservation of MPs, along with indigenous knowledge of Gozamin community. Awareness should be created among the traditional healers as well as other members of the local communities so as to avoid further erosion of the traditional knowledge and to ensure the sustainable use and conservation of the antimalarial plants. applied research activities on medicinal plants. Ethiopian were named by White (1983) as undifferentiated woodlands (Ethiopian type). Therefore, this study documents medicinal plant utilization, management and the threats encountered on them. For data collection the site and the informants were selected purposivelly. An economic and social cultural geographer with a specialization in ethnobotanical knowledge and critical research with Indigenous societies and communities. A report by Asfaw (1997) also indicates that it is indicated that in some other parts of the country, medicinal plants contribute only six percent of the plants growing in the home gardens. Abstract An ethnobotanical study was conducted from October 2005 to June 2006 to investigate the uses of medicinal plants by people in Zegie Peninsula, northwestern Ethiopia. Medicinal plants and. The objective was to document indigenous knowledge of the people on the use. of indigenous medicinal plant use and knowledge in the study area. Similarly Ahmed et al. The ethnobotanical surveys were carried out from September 2017 to June. We encourage manuscripts in the language of the country research has been conducted in, and also in indigenous languages. An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants of the Kembatta ethnic group in Enset-based agricultural landscape of KembattaTembaro (KT) Zone, Southern Ethiopia. Use And Management Of Medicinal Plants By Indigenous People of Ejaji area (Chelya Wereda) West Shoa, utilization of medicinal plants, plants in the church Ethiopia: An Ethnobotanical Approach. Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in selected horro gudurru woredas, western ethiopia Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in selected horro gudurru woredas, western ethiopia Published. Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used to treat human ailment in Guduru District of Oromia Regional State, Ethiopia Abiyot Tadesse, Birhanu Kagnew* and Firew Kebede Department of Biology, Hawassa University, Awasa, Ethiopia. From the study, we found medicinal plant family Apiaceae 15. In this study, 133 species. The study also indicated that there is no widely observed trade of medicinal plants in the study area though some practitioners and women sell some medicinal plants in the market and in their homes. Information was gathered from 200 people: 70 female and 130 males, using semistructured questionnaire. biebersteinii Afan. These practices adversely affect wild woreda, Borena zone, Oromia National Regional State,. But currently different studies have been conducted on Ethnobotany of medicinal plants used to treat various human diseases in different parts of Ethiopia; Traditional medicine is commonly assumed to be a crucial health care option for poor households in the country. 1% of animals have been screened for their chemical properties and medicinal values. Proximate composition of the fresh samples were determined. An Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants by the Zay people in Ethiopia. involving medicinal plants should be investigated properly through ethnobotanical surveys. Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants was observed in Sub-Zoba Gala-Nefhi of Zoba-Maekel and it is one of the Zobas of Eritrea. Here, we synthesize the current state of enset ethnobotanical research, identifying key gaps and challenges, and provide a framework for further enset research to safeguard this important, but neglected, tropical crop. , (2006) conducted ethnobotanical studies on some medicinal plants of Booni valley5, while Hussain et al. and Balick, M. Aim of the study. Ten varieties of maize were used to study the impact of K fertilization on growth, forage and grain yield of different maize genotypes and to make comparison among the given. Samoan Medicinal Plants 3. 2015; 5(7):42-61. (1999), Comparative evaluation of the antimicrobial activities of essential oils of Artemisia afra, Pteronia incana and Rosmarinus officinalis on selected bacteria. Ethiopian were named by White (1983) as undifferentiated woodlands (Ethiopian type). To collect accurate information, 100 informants (80 men. Many children under the age of 5 in developing countries suffer. However, the biological activities of these plants are poorly known and require further research in the laboratory, as only few studies (see Pompermaier et al. Of which, six were male local healers. An Ethnobotanical Study of Plants in the Adjoining Area of Kafta Sheraro National Park Ethnic Groups, Ethiopia Article (PDF Available) · October 2019 with 78 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare www. “Plants Used in Traditional Management of Human Ailments at Bale Mountains National Park, South Eastern Ethiopia. During my stay in Ethiopia I collected ecological as well as ethnobotanical knowledge on these plants from academics (botanists, pharmacologists), farmers, traditional medical practitioners and vendors of medicinal plants. Ethiopia is one of the six centres of biodiversity in the world with several topographies, climatic conditions and various ethnic cultures. Description. Ethno botanical study on traditional medicinal plants were conducted between November, 2013 and September, 2014 in Bensa Woreda, Southern Ethiopia and documented different types of traditional medicinal plants used by the indigenous peoples. Ethnobotanical data were collected by. Plateau State is. and Muyima, N. Background. Thus, ethnobotanical research attempts to document the knowledge of the healers. Mohamed Tariq*, S. A community based cross - sectional survey was conducted to investigate ethno-veterinary knowledge and practices of. An ethnobotanical study was conducted from October 2005 to June 2006 to investigate the uses of medicinal plants by people in Zegie Peninsula, northwestern Ethiopia. The studies conducted on the traditional remedies used in animal healthcare in Ethiopia are inadequate when compared with the multiethnic cultural diversity and the diverse flora of Ethiopia. Ethnobotanical Survey of Medicinal Plants in Metropolitan Kano, Nigeria. Materials and Methods Description of the study area The study was carried out in northwestern part of Tigray Regional State, northern Ethiopia, in Asgede Tsimbila dis-An Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants in Asgede Tsimbila. Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in selected horro gudurru woredas, western ethiopia Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in selected horro gudurru woredas, western ethiopia Published. 2Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Ethiopia Abstract Medicinal plants are widely used by local communities for treating human and livestock ailments. Moreover, the indigenous knowledge associated with the conservation and use of medicinal plants is also disappearing at an alarming rate. An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants of the Kembatta ethnic group in Enset-based agricultural landscape of Kembatta Tembaro (KT) Zone, Southern Ethiopia. Sixty traditional healers participated in the study. An ethnobotanical study was conducted on enset ( Ensete ventrcosum (Welw. be threatened due to anthropogenic and other natural factors. Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants in and Around Alamata, Southern Tigray, Northern Ethiopia. Place and Duration of Study: The study was conducted around the four sacred groves (protected. Medicinal plants are widely and successfully used on every continent. It is constrained on the northeast by Jammu and Kashmir, on the northwest by the Jhelum. Our investigation was spread over a period of 2 years (20092010 and 20102011), during - - this period, we have achieved 1000 interviews with people of both sexes. Ethnobotanical data collection. Plants recorded have been found to be ubiquitous in their uses. An ethnobotanical study was conducted from October 2005 to June 2006 to investigate the uses of medicinal plants by people in Zegie Peninsula, northwestern Ethiopia. Having first observed the inhabitants of Gubalafto District (Northern Ethiopia), the author gathered, recorded, and documented the human traditional medicinal plant species and the associated indigenous knowledge. Traditional medicines have been used for nearly 90% of livestock populations in Ethiopia where complimentary remedies are required to the modern health care system. Giday conducted similar study using the informants of Zay Ethnic group in Ethiopia came up with 90% of the elders above 40 years possessed with enough knowledge in medicinal plants whereas 55% of the youth informants between 18 and 40 years old were without any knowledge of medicinal plants. An ethnobotanical survey was conducted in the city of Meknès over a period of two years, from 2009 to 2011 with 1000 people (615 women, 385 men). a review on acacia arabica - an indian medicinal plant Saurabh Rajvaidhya* 1 , B. 8 To preserve indigenous knowledge of plants use in general and of traditional medicine in particular, an ethnobotanical survey of lesser-studied socio-cultural groups is very crucial. Mangena, T. The present investigation is intensive as well as extensive floristic ethnobotanical studies conducted in the Pradhanpat waterfall and its adjoint region of Deogarh District of Odisha. Such studies are useful to identify threatened plants and to take appropriate conservation measures. Research was carried out in Konta Special Woreda (District); it is a remote area with lack of infrastructure like road to make any research activities in the area. An ethnobotanical survey was carried out from September 2011 to February 2012. Medicinal plants are the integral part of the variety of cultures in Ethiopia and have been used over many centuries. 2Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Ethiopia Abstract Medicinal plants are widely used by local communities for treating human and livestock ailments. An Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used by the Yaegl Aboriginal community in northern New South Wales, Australia Related Journal of ethnopharmacology, Vol. Zone, Northwest Ethiopia" was an ethnobotanical study aiming to summarize and analyze the current knowledge of the Shinasha people on the medicinal properties of local plant species. The Journal of Ethnobiology and Traditional Medicine is world's most read journal Rank #1 in the area of Ethnobiology and Traditional Medicine and world's highest authority to publish peer reviewed research articles. (Original Article, Report) by "American-Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture"; Agricultural industry Ethnobotany Research Medicinal plants Distribution Health aspects Plant populations Population biology. Shinwari & Khan (2000) conducted ethno botanical research project in. An ethnomedicinal study was conducted to document the indigenous medicinal plant knowledge on the management, use, and ecology of locally important medicinal plants in Tigray, Northern Ethiopia. Methods: A pilot survey was conducted to identify the top ten most common ailments where medicinal plants were used. An ethnobotanical study was conducted from Januaryto May 2016. An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used by local people in the lowlands of Konta Special Woreda, Southern nations, nationalities and peoples regional state, Ethiopia. Semi-structured questionnaire, interview and Focused Group Discussion were conducted to gather first hand ethnobotanical information on medicinal plants used for human and livestock ailments. Availability, price and unit of measurement of each marketable medicinal plant was documented and analyzed so as to identify extent of use and income generating potential of the respective medicinal plants. important culinary and medicinal plant species native to Ethiopia, was developed using axillary bud explants obtained from the rhizome. Shinwari & Khan (2000) conducted ethno botanical research project in. 2Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Ethiopia Abstract Medicinal plants are widely used by local communities for treating human and livestock ailments. Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants used to treat Human Diseases in Enarj Enawga District, East Gojjam Zone, Amhara Region, Ethiopia Article (PDF Available) · December 2017 with 588 Reads. The ethnobotanical surveys were carried out from September 2017 to June. Analysis of data regarding the status of medicinal plants showed that, about 16 (26. The objective was to document indigenous knowledge of the people on the use. 67%) species to be very rare. Data were collected using semi-structured interviews, guided field walks and key informant interviews. Conclusions: Medicinal plants have been used extensively to treat wounds in Ethiopia. Mabaleha 1. Traditional medicines have been used for nearly 90% of livestock populations in Ethiopia where complimentary remedies are required to the modern health care system. Enset (Ensete ventricosum (Welw. The objective was to document indigenous knowledge of the people on the use of medicinal plants and investigate plant species that are used as medicines for the treatment of human health problems, document indigenous knowledge for the conservation of biological and. For some medicinal plants, only one part usually used, while for other species, several parts or the whole plant are used. phytojournal. Gebeyehu G, Asfaw Z, Enyew A (2014) Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants and Their Conservation Status in Mecha Wereda, West Gojjam Zone, Ethiopia. But currently different studies have been conducted on Ethnobotany of medicinal plants used to treat various human diseases in different parts of Ethiopia; Traditional medicine is commonly assumed to be a crucial health care option for poor households in the country. Availability, price and unit of measurement of each marketable medicinal plant was documented and analyzed so as to identify extent of use and income generating potential of the respective medicinal plants. UB undergraduates to research medicinal plants, culture of healing in Peru MHIRT group in the Garden of Medicinal Plants at EsSalud,Trujillo, Peru. Methods: A pilot survey was conducted to identify the top ten most common ailments where medicinal plants were used. India *Corresponding author ABSTRACT Introduction Utilization of plants for medicinal. The studies conducted in the districts of Alamata [ 7 ], Enderta [ 8 ], Hawzen [ 9 ], and Asgede Tsimbila [ 10 ] documented 25, 27, 33 and 68 medicinal plants, respectively. Having first observed the inhabitants of Gubalafto District (Northern Ethiopia), the author gathered, recorded, and documented the human traditional medicinal plant species and the associated indigenous knowledge. 6, 2015, pp. Here, we synthesize the current state of enset ethnobotanical research, identifying key gaps and challenges, and provide a framework for further enset research to safeguard this important, but neglected, tropical crop. All the studies were conducted in different parts of Ethiopia and are qualitative and mixed type. EthnoHerbalist explores the biology, cultural history and health benefits of medicinal plants. Ethno botanical study on traditional medicinal plants were conducted between November, 2013 and September, 2014 in Bensa Woreda, Southern Ethiopia and documented different types of traditional medicinal plants used by the indigenous peoples. American Journal of Research Communication www. Migrating to a novel geographical area means that the migrant population faces a change in floristic environment. Data on Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used for management of gonorrhea problem collected from the web based literatures were included the scientific and local names, habit of the plant, medicinal parts used, mode of preparation and route of. Gebeyehu G, Asfaw Z, Enyew A (2014) Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants and Their Conservation Status in Mecha Wereda, West Gojjam Zone, Ethiopia. As land use changes, medicinal plants may be eliminated from the landscape, thereby diminishing important local health care options. The present communication deals with 30 ethnobotanical plant used by the tribal communities in. Abstract: In Ethiopia the use of medicinal plants as traditional medicine to treat human and livestock disease has been started from the ancient period. Objective: To identify wild plants used as food and assess their frequency of consumption over a year in a region of Tunisia where agriculture is undergoing a major transformation from smallholder farming to an intensive high-input agricultural system. Ethno botanical study on traditional medicinal plants were conducted between November, 2013 and September, 2014 in Bensa Woreda, Southern Ethiopia and documented different types of traditional medicinal plants used by the indigenous peoples. Abstract Medicinal plants have been observed to be very effective in the treatment of ailments in both rural and urban areas in developing countries. An ethnobotanical study was conducted from October 2005 to June 2006 to investigate the uses of medicinal plants by people in Zegie Peninsula, northwestern Ethiopia. An Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants in Asgede Tsimbila District, Northwestern Tigray, Northern Ethiopia   Investigation and documentation of the status of medicinal plants and associated knowledge was conducted in Asgede Tsimbila district, northwestern Tigray, northern Ethiopia. However, this method does not allow statistical inferences to be made from the data generated. Medicinal plants and. THE STUDY AREA. Conclusions: Medicinal plants have been used extensively to treat wounds in Ethiopia. e present study was conducted in Delanta (Ethiopia) to examine the use of medicinal plants and investigate the impacts of the / resettlement program on the local people s knowledge on herbal medicine and its uses. Chemically extracted the medicinal secondary. Forty eight informants were purposively selected. Surveys were conducted to identify medicinal plants being used and their uses. 6, 2015, pp. Folklore and tradition medicinal plants are important contributor for various ailments of local communities. The information was collected between. Proximate composition of the fresh samples were determined. This study was carried out in KT Zone, Ethiopia aimed to identify the taxonomic diversity of medicinal plants (MPs), and document the local knowledge. Plants recorded have been found to be ubiquitous in their uses. The studies conducted on the traditional remedies used in animal healthcare in Ethiopia are inadequate when compared with the multiethnic cultural diversity and the diverse flora of Ethiopia. This paper reports an ethnobotanical study that focused on the traditional medicinal plants used by local communities to treat human diseases. Medicinal plants are the integral part of the variety of cultures in Ethiopia and have been used over many centuries. So, the aim of this study is to conduct an ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants used for treatment of human and livestock health problems in Chencha district. The route of application, oral (42%), is popular as in the finding of Abebe and Ayehu [ 43] who reported as the leading route of application used in northern Ethiopia. A survey was conducted in the Borana rangeland pastoral areas of southern Ethiopia between October 1998 and May 1999 to generate information on the ethnoveterinary use of plants. Some research results are found on medicinal plants of the south, south west, central, north and north western parts of Ethiopia. In our final destination, the humid tropical forests of Yetla, we are accompanied by a local Chinanteco guide who provides a tour of the medicinal plants of the forest, many of which are still actively used by people in the community. Of which, six were male local healers. Ethnobotanical Survey of Medicinal Plants of Tswapong North, in Eastern Botswana: A Case of Plants from Mosweu and Seolwane Villages D. A perusal of literature shows that no systematic study and survey from ethnobotanical and ethnobotanical point of view has been carried out in the present area of investigation. (c) African Society for Scientific Research (ASSR) Co-Published By: Human Resource Management Academic Research Society 61 ETHNOBOTANICAL STUDY OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINAL PLANTS IN GINDEBERET DISTRICT, WESTERN ETHIOPIA Gidey Yirga1 and Samuel Zeraburk2 1 Department of Biology, Mekelle University, P. The present study was conducted in Delanta (Ethiopia) to examine the use of medicinal plants and investigate the impacts of the 1984/85 resettlement program on the local people’s knowledge on herbal medicine and its uses. Journal of Science & Developement 2(1) 2014, 17-33. @inproceedings{Chekole2015EthnobotanicalSO, title={Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in the environs of Tara-gedam and Amba remnant forests of Libo Kemkem District, northwest Ethiopia}, author={Getnet Chekole and Zemede Asfaw and Ensermu Kelbessa}, booktitle={Journal of Ethnobiology and. School of. Investigation of these plants has. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine Ethnobotany of medicinal plants in Ada'a District, East Shewa Zone of Oromia Regional State, Ethiopia Alemayehu Kefalew 0 Zemede Asfaw 0 Ensermu Kelbessa 0 0 Department of Plant Biology and Biodiversity Management, College of Natural Sciences, Addis Ababa University , 3434, Addis Ababa , Ethiopia Background: An ethnobotanical study of. (c) African Society for Scientific Research (ASSR) Co-Published By: Human Resource Management Academic Research Society 61 ETHNOBOTANICAL STUDY OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINAL PLANTS IN GINDEBERET DISTRICT, WESTERN ETHIOPIA Gidey Yirga1 and Samuel Zeraburk2 1 Department of Biology, Mekelle University, P. Jan 21, 2020. An Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants in Asgede Tsimbila District, Northwestern Tigray, Northern Ethiopia   Investigation and documentation of the status of medicinal plants and associated knowledge was conducted in Asgede Tsimbila district, northwestern Tigray, northern Ethiopia. METHODS: An ethnobotanical survey was conducted in six districts of Jimma zone Oromia Regional State, Southwestern Ethiopia to document commonly used medicinal plants used for treatment of common diseases. Motlhanka1* and G. Key words: Conservation, Dawuro, ethnobotany, indigenous knowledge, medicinal plants, traditional healer. In Ethiopia, plant based remedies are still the most important and sometimes the only source of therapeutics in the management of livestock diseases. Authors' contributions. Abstract: The study was conducted in Ajanta region in that Lenapur, Ajanta gaon, Savarkheda and Fardapur etc. 8 To preserve indigenous knowledge of plants use in general and of traditional medicine in particular, an ethnobotanical survey of lesser-studied socio-cultural groups is very crucial. All plants with pharmacological activity complimentarily prescribed as best choice against livestock diseases. One of the most significant target groups of potential growers were the traditional healers of the shinasha people remotely living in west of Ethiopia. Data collected was analyzed using quantitative indices such as the Fidelity Level (FL) and Informant Consensus Factor (FIC). @inproceedings{Chekole2015EthnobotanicalSO, title={Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in the environs of Tara-gedam and Amba remnant forests of Libo Kemkem District, northwest Ethiopia}, author={Getnet Chekole and Zemede Asfaw and Ensermu Kelbessa}, booktitle={Journal of Ethnobiology and. Instructor Michael Sundue Ph. BACKGROUND: Medicinal plants are the integral part of the variety of cultures in Ethiopia and have been used over many centuries. The information was collected between. Scientific research on medicinal plants provides additional evidence to the present knowledge of. com Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry Medicinal Plants Biodiversity and Local Healthcare Management System in Chencha District; Gamo Gofa, Ethiopia Mohammed Adefa Seid1*, Seyoum Getaneh Aydagnehum 1. Ethno botanical study on traditional medicinal plants were conducted between November, 2013 and September, 2014 in Bensa Woreda, Southern Ethiopia and documented different types of traditional medicinal plants used by the indigenous peoples. This study was conducted in four districts of Amhara Region, Ethiopia. The study was focused on identifying medicinal plants, disease treated, part of the plant used, methods of preparation,. Medicinal plants and. Water was the major medium for the decoctions/infusions. 1 Southern Agricultural Research Institute (SARI), Ethiopia 2 College of Agriculture, Hawassa University, Ethiopia, Abstract Assegid Assefa and Tesfaye Abebe 2014. The aim of this study, which included an ethnobotanical survey, was to explore the maintenance of tradition in the passing on of knowledge, the current level of knowledge about medicinal herbs and whether there is awareness and concern about the potential loss of both herbal knowledge and access to traditional medicinal plants. She studied how knowledge is transmitted and passed between generations and across cultures, and how medicinal plant use can contribute to the conservation of biocultural diversity. Whistler has been in the Samoan Islands conducting botanical studies for many years and is also familiar with the Samoan names of the plants in this area, which proved to be of great value in eliminating errors. RESEARCH ARTICLE Ethnobotanical research of medicinal plants in Mihalgazi (Eskis¸ehir, Turkey) Merve Uzun andAyla Kaya Department of Pharmaceutical Botany, Faculty of Pharmacy, Anadolu University, Eskis¸ehir, Turkey ABSTRACT Context: Human beings have long utilized plants for medicinal purposes. Ethnobotanical study on traditional medicinal plants were conducted between April and May, 2013 in Tabiya Gemeda district and documented different types of traditional medicinal plants used by the indigenous peoples. An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used by local people in the lowlands of Konta Special Woreda, Southern nations, nationalities and peoples regional state, Ethiopia. Free Online Library: Ethnobotanical uses of medicinal plants by the Tudu sub-clan of the Santal tribe in Joypurhat district of Bangladesh. An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants of the Kembatta ethnic group in Enset-based agricultural landscape of Kembatta Tembaro (KT) Zone, Southern Ethiopia. Research was carried out in Konta Special Woreda (District); it is a remote area with lack of infrastructure like road to make any research activities in the area. Information was gathered from 200 people: 70 female and 130 males, using semistructured questionnaire. THE STUDY AREA. An Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants in Amaro Woreda, Ethiopia. Abstract: In Ethiopia the use of medicinal plants as traditional medicine to treat human and livestock disease has been started from the ancient period. The studies conducted in the districts of Alamata [ 7 ], Enderta [ 8 ], Hawzen [ 9 ], and Asgede Tsimbila [ 10 ] documented 25, 27, 33 and 68 medicinal plants, respectively. A recent report [ 18 ] indicated the use of 24 medicinal plants by people in Medebay-Zana District of Tigray Region for ethnoveterinary purpose. tion on medicinal plants and relatively few phytochemical analyses of documented medicinal plants. Present research was conducted at Ladha Bohar situated in Southern Punjab's important Tehsil Dunyapur that has diverse range of flora including trees, grasses and medicinal plants. J of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine. My research focuses on the health benefits of naturally occurring chemicals found in plants. ethnobotanical studies have been conducted in Tigray to properly document the use of medicinal plants [7-10]. 7 %) of the medicinal plant species to be abundant whereas 19 (31. Ethnobotany Research & Applications 12: 341-354. Of which, six were male local healers. Data were collected from a total of 82 Ethiopian studies meeting specific inclusion criteria including published research articles and unpublished thesis reports. Research was carried out in Konta Special Woreda (District); it is a remote area with lack of infrastructure like road to make any research activities in the area. medicinal plants of Ethiopia could only be obtained when studies are under taken in various parts of the country where little or no botanical and ethnobotanical studies have been conducted. Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used to treat human ailment in Guduru District of Oromia Regional State, Ethiopia Abiyot Tadesse, Birhanu Kagnew* and Firew Kebede Department of Biology, Hawassa University, Awasa, Ethiopia. Efforts are needed to enhance in-situ and ex-situ conservation of these valuable medicinal plants in the area. applied research activities on medicinal plants. The purpose of this research was to identify the medicinal plants and anal-yse local knowledge regarding the use of plants for the treatment and prevention of various human ailments in socio-cultural groups, namely in the peoples of Haramaya, East Harerge, Ethiopia by answering research questions: What were the requirements of the users in filling existing gap in knowledge regarding the. It is the use of plants for medicinal purposes, and the study of such uses. Enset (Ensete ventricosum (Welw. Medicinal Plants in the Ethno Veterinary Practices of Bensa Woreda, Southern Ethiopia. A survey was conducted in the Borana rangeland pastoral areas of southern Ethiopia between October 1998 and May 1999 to generate information on the ethnoveterinary use of plants. This book emphasizes the importance of cataloging ethnomedical information as well as examining and preserving the diversity of traditional medicines. Background: This study explores medicinal plant knowledge and use among Muslim women in the city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia. An Ethnobotanical Study of Plants in the Adjoining Area of Kafta Sheraro National Park Ethnic Groups, Ethiopia Article (PDF Available) · October 2019 with 78 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The purpose of this study was to identify the most effective medicinal. Ethnobotanical study was conducted between November 2007 and January 2007 in four malarious kebeles of Shinile District (Wereda) in Shinile Zone, Somali Regional State, Ethiopia, located at about 500 km east of the capital Addis Ababa (Fig. - Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in Tafilalet's region, Moroccan southeast [10]. Botanical name: Coronopus didymus L. Asian Journal of Plant Science and Research, 5 (7): 42-61. Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants in and Around Alamata, Southern Tigray, Northern Ethiopia. The folk tradition may emphasize the importance of the mixture, but it is difficult to evaluate complex mixtures using conventional scientific methodology. The majority of medicinal plants (16 species, 26. phytojournal. It reviews on traditional medicinal plant used by traditional healers within communities of different regional state in Ethiopia country. Data were collected using guided field walk, semi-structured interview, group discussion and direct field observation. Research was carried out in Konta Special Woreda (District); it is a remote area with lack of infrastructure like road to make any research activities in the area. A study showed that nearly 80% of the Ethiopian population is still dependent on traditional medicine, which largely involves the use of plants []. We have conducted a similar project in Mali where we also have interviewed traditional healers about how they treat pregnant women. Ethnobotanical study on medicinal plants used by Maonan people in China Liya Hong1, Zhiyong Guo1, Kunhui Huang1, Shanjun Wei1, Bo Liu1, Shaowu Meng2 and Chunlin Long1,3*. This study sought to inventory the most used medicinal plants in the local therapeutic patrimony of the Ouaddaï (East Chad) through an ethnobotanical investigation. Information was gathered. Tree biodiversity in general and medicinal plants in particular, which otherwise face increasing endangerment, find protection in SNS. Asian Agri History 15(1) (2010) 3-12. Present study reported trees, shrubs, grasses and herbs flora and their ethnobotanical uses with the co-operation of the local inhabitants. The sampling design employed in the research titled "Ethnobotanical knowledge of medicinal plants used by traditional communities of Nossa Senhora Aparecida do Chumbo district (NSACD), Poconé, Mato Grosso, Brazil" was used as a case study. Availability, price and unit of measurement of each marketable medicinal plant was documented and analyzed so as to identify extent of use and income generating potential of the respective medicinal plants. The studies conducted in the districts of Alamata [7], Enderta [8], Hawzen [9], and Asgede Tsimbila [10] docu-mented 25, 27, 33 and 68 medicinal plants, respectively. Nthoiwa1 1Botswana College of Agriculture, Medicinal Plants Research Laboratories, Department of Basic Sciences, Private Bag 0027, Gaborone, Botswana. Ethnobotanical research in the region has focused on rural populations and male herbal healers in cities, and based on these few studies, it is suggested that medicinal plant knowledge may be eroding. Hence, the aim of this study is to document the medicinal plants in the natural vegetation and home gardens in Wonago Woreda, Gedeo Zone, Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Regional State (SNNPR). The study also indicated that there is no widely observed trade of medicinal plants in the study area though some practitioners and women sell some medicinal plants in the market and in their homes. In view of this, the present study was conducted to identify-ing the medicinal plants of this district and their utilization. The aim of the study was to assess medicinal plants found in Menz gera, Siyadebirna Wayu, Antsokiya gemza and Bugna districts, Amhara region, Ethiopia. An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants of the Kembatta ethnic group in Enset-based agricultural landscape of Kembatta Tembaro (KT) Zone, Southern Ethiopia, Asian Journal of Plant Science and Research. Medicinal plants and. Giday conducted similar study using the informants of Zay Ethnic group in Ethiopia came up with 90% of the elders above 40 years possessed with enough knowledge in medicinal plants whereas 55% of the youth informants between 18 and 40 years old were without any knowledge of medicinal plants. The present article is based on the findings of ethnobotanical surveys conducted in the entire Lahaul-Spiti region of Indian western Himalaya to highlight the traditional use of medicinal plants by the native people. Information was gathered from 200 people: 70 female and 130 males, using semistructured questionnaire. Whistler has been in the Samoan Islands conducting botanical studies for many years and is also familiar with the Samoan names of the plants in this area, which proved to be of great value in eliminating errors. Our research team is conducting human ecological research in the Debark District on the western slopes of the Semiens (2600-3000 metres above sea level). A recent report [ 18 ] indicated the use of 24 medicinal plants by people in Medebay-Zana District of Tigray Region for ethnoveterinary purpose. Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in Kafficho people, southwestern Ethiopia Ethnomedical survey of Berta ethnic group Assosa Zone, Benishangul-Gumuz regional state, mid-west Ethiopia Ethnomedicinal survey of folk drugs used in Bahirdar Zuria district Northwestern Ethiopia. The aim of this review is to collect available data about the cancer therapy of medicinal plants/herbs so far studied by ethnobotanical surveys and scientific study in Ethiopia country. 2National Herbarium, Addis Ababa University, P. Medicinal plants and enigmatic health practice of north Ethiopia. However, there is lack of data that quantitatively assesses the resource potential and the indigenous knowledge on use and management of medicinal plants in eastern Ethiopia. The medicinal plants are the integral part of the variety of cultures in Ethiopia and have been used over many centuries. Plants have traditionally been used as a source of medicine in Ethiopia since early times for the control of various ailments afflicting humans and their domestic animals. Medicinal plants comprise one of. Ethnobotanical interviews on medicinal plants used to treat typhoid fever were conducted with traditional healers and elderly persons using open-ended semi-structured questionnaires. For some medicinal plants, only one part usually used, while for other species, several parts or the whole plant are used. According to recent studies, it is estimated that there are more than 7000 species of flowering plants recorded in Ethiopia, of which 12% or more are probably endemic. RESEARCH ARTICLE Ethnobotanical research of medicinal plants in Mihalgazi (Eskis¸ehir, Turkey) Merve Uzun andAyla Kaya Department of Pharmaceutical Botany, Faculty of Pharmacy, Anadolu University, Eskis¸ehir, Turkey ABSTRACT Context: Human beings have long utilized plants for medicinal purposes. Abstract: The study was conducted in Ajanta region in that Lenapur, Ajanta gaon, Savarkheda and Fardapur etc.