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Id: 17643
Autor: Lans, Cheryl (aut); Turner, Nancy (aut); Brauer, Gerhard(aut); Lourenco, Grant(aut); Georges, Karla (aut).
Título: Ethnoveterinary medicines used for horses in Trinidad and in British Columbia, Canada
Fonte: Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine;2(31):[1-20], Aug. 2006. tab.
Idioma: en.
Resumo: This paper investigates the commonalities in ethnoveterinary medicine used for horses between Trinidad (West Indies) and British Columbia (Canada). These research areas are part of a common market in pharmaceuticals and are both involved in the North American racing circuit. There has been very little research conducted on medicinal plants used for horses although their use is widespread. The data on ethnoveterinary medicines used for horses was obtained through key informant interviews with horse owners, trainers, breeders, jockeys, grooms and animal care specialists in two research areas: Trinidad and British Columbia (BC). A participatory validation workshop was held in BC. An extensive literature review and botanical identification of the plants was also done. In all, 20 plants were found to be used in treating racehorses in Trinidad and 97 in BC. Of these the most-evidently effective plants 19 of the plants used in Trinidad and 66 of those used in BC are described and evaluated in this paper. Aloe vera, Curcuma longa and Ricinus communis are used in both research areas. More research is needed in Trinidad to identify plants that respondents claimed were used in the past. Far more studies have been conducted on the temperate and Chinese medicinal plants used in BC and therefore these ethnoveterinary remedies reflect stronger evidence of efficacy.
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Id: 5018
Autor: Ijahnya.
Título: Aloe on Anguilla
Fonte: Anguilla Life Magazine;1(1):19
Idioma: En.
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