Ethnopharmacology

Ethnopharmacology is the study of medicinal plant use in use in particular cultural groups or study of differences in response to drugs by various cultures. It is mainly defined as the interdisciplinary scientific exploration of biologically active agents traditionally employed or observed by man. The objectives of ethnopharmacology are to rescue and document important cultural heritage before it is lost, and to investigate and evaluate agents employed. Thus, it plays an immense role in the evaluation of natural products, and more particularly herbal drugs from traditional and folklore resources.

  • Ethnobiology
  • Ethnobotany
  • Clinical ethnopharmacology
  • Medical anthropology

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