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Antimalarial activity of Ajuga remota Benth (Labiatae) and Caesalpinia volkensii Harms (Caesalpiniaceae): in vitro confirmation of ethnopharmacological use
Field trips to herbalists' practices in an area about 200 miles around Nairobi (Kenya) enabled us to make a list of medicinal plant species preferentially used to treat malaria. Ajuga remota and Caesalpinia volkensii were ...
Indigenous Snake Bite Remedies of the Luo of Western Kenya
(Society of Ethnobiology, 2005)
Medicinal plants have been overtaken in the treatment of snake bites by serum therapy and are rarely considered efﬁcacious remedies in biomedicine. Nevertheless, rural inhabitants rely on plant medical material and the ...
Preliminary study of three medicinal plants used as anthelmintic for livestock in Kibwezi and Tunyo divisions of Makueni and Marakwet district
Three preliminarv experiments were conducted to determine the efficacy of three medicinal plants used as anthelmintics in humans and livestock ill Kibwezi and TUNYO divisions of Makueni and Marakwet district respectivelv. ...