Journal of Herbal Drugs

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ISSN / EISSN : 2008-8884 / 2476-5392
Current Publisher: Sjournals (10.14196)
Former Publisher: CASRP: Center of Advanced Scientific Research and Publications (10.18869)
Total articles ≅ 40
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Godswill J. Udom, Omoniyi K. Yemitan, Emem E. Umoh, H. O. C. Mbagwu, Ekemini E. Ukpe, Paul S. Thomas
Published: 15 December 2018
Journal of Herbal Drugs, Volume 8, pp 219-225; doi:10.14196/jhd.2018.219

Saman Ayoubi, Zeinab Hajian, Habib Habibpour, Seyyedeh Safa Kazemi, Jafar Aghajani, Pooneh Yazdani Qadikollaee
Published: 15 December 2018
Journal of Herbal Drugs, Volume 8, pp 257-260; doi:10.14196/jhd.2018.257

Khadije Rezaie Keikhaie, , Mehdi Hassanshahian, Saeide Saeidi
Published: 15 December 2018
Journal of Herbal Drugs, Volume 8, pp 251-256; doi:10.14196/jhd.2018.251

Hossein Mahdavi, , Mohammad Hossein Esmaeili
Published: 15 December 2018
Journal of Herbal Drugs, Volume 8, pp 235-242; doi:10.14196/jhd.2018.235

Shehu Aishatu, Ngbara Ummi, Magaji Muhammad Garba, Yau Jamilu, Ahmed Abubakar
Published: 15 December 2018
Journal of Herbal Drugs, Volume 8, pp 227-234; doi:10.14196/jhd.2018.227

, Mohammad Mehdi Gheisari, Amin Hadipanah, Mojtaba Khorrami
Published: 15 December 2018
Journal of Herbal Drugs, Volume 8, pp 243-249; doi:10.14196/jhd.2018.243

Shiler Shams, Sarah Khavarinejad, Akram Eidi
Published: 30 December 2017
Journal of Herbal Drugs, Volume 8, pp 169-177; doi:10.14196/jhd.2018.169

, Hossein Barani, Ahmad Abedi Sarvestani, Mohamad Rahim Forouzeh
Published: 30 December 2017
Journal of Herbal Drugs, Volume 8, pp 185-193; doi:10.14196/jhd.2018.185

Abstract:
Background & Aim: Nowadays, medicinal plants play a special role in the health and well-being of the community and they are always at the forefront of scientific and research centers. Traditional medicine and ethnobotany are two of the topics of interest in many countries in the world, including Iran which obtain from indigenous people in a region. Iran with a long historical, cultural and geographical diversity can be the origin suitable for such studies. The present study aims to collect, identify and Ethnobutanical study of medicinal plants of Sajasrood area and their traditional uses have been implemented. Experimental: In this study, which is a qualitative research in the field of ethnobotany, qualitative techniques for data collection was used such as an unstructured interview and participatory observation and some information including time of collection, ecological distribution, local name, therapeutic properties, method of use, and medication usage for plants were recorded. Results & Discussion: A total of 52 drug species belonging to 22 families were identified in the region. The highest number of species belongs to the Lamiaceae family with 11 species and the Asteraceae family with 7 species. The highest local application was also reported to gastrointestinal diseases treatment. Industrial/ Practical recommendation: It seems that ethnobotanical studies of plants are essential for herbal therapy and Iran has the potential to develop this field in medicine. Also, due to limitations in domestic resources, development of employment plans based on the cultivation and development of medicinal plants compatible with the ecological conditions of the area can be a good way to maintain resources.
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