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Traditional medicine in Turkey VII. Folk medicine in middle and west Black Sea regions

Türkiye’de Geleneksel Tababet VII. Orta ve Bati Karadeniz Bölgelerinde Halk Haçlari

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Traditional medicine in the middle and west Black Sea regions: Amasya, Bilecik, Bolu, Çankin, Samsun, Sinop and Tokat provinces has been studied and 194 remedies obtained from 96 plant and 5 animal species are compiled. Vernacular names, parts used, methods of preparation, and medicinal usages are listed.

Abstract

Orta ve Bati Karadeniz Bölgelerinde Amasya, Bilecik, Bolu, Çankin, Samsun, Sinop ve Tokat illerinde halk tababeti incelenerek, 96 ’si bitkisel ve 5’i hayvansal olmak üzere 194 halk ilaci tespit edilmi§tir. Kullamlan materyalin mahalli ismi, tedavide kullanilan kisimlari, ilacin hazirlani§ §ekli ve tedavideki kullamli§ amaci He ilgili bilgiler liste halinde verilmi§tir.

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Fujita, T., Sezik, E., Tabata, M. et al. Traditional medicine in Turkey VII. Folk medicine in middle and west Black Sea regions. Econ Bot 49, 406–422 (1995). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02863092

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