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Traditional plant based medicines used to treat musculoskeletal disorders in Northern Pakistan

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AuthorMalik, Khafsa1; Ahmad, Mushtaq1,2; Zhang, Guolin2; Rashid, Neelam1; Zafar, Muhammad1; Sultana, Shazia1,2; Shah, Syed Nasar1
SourceEUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE
Issued Date2018-02-01
Volume19Pages:17-64
KeywordMusculoskeletal disorders Medicinal plants Qualitative indices Ethnobotany Northern Pakistan
DOI10.1016/j.eujim.2018.02.003
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SubtypeArticle
English AbstractIntroduction: This paper provides significant information about traditional knowledge of medicinal plants to treat musculoskeletal disorders in Northern Pakistan. The study aimed to document data regarding traditional uses of plants in health-care practices among the rural communities of areas which may lead to natural drug discovery development. Methods: In total, 215 informants were interviewed using semi structured questionnaire. Documented ethno-medicinal data is analyzed using quantitative index of frequency citation (FC), relative frequency of citation (RFC), disease-consensus index (DCI), used value (UV), fidelity level (FL), jaccard index (JI), family important value (FIV), Relative popularity levely (RPL) and Rank priority order (ROP) and ethno-medicinal findings were compared with 25 previous published studies to report novel uses of plants against musculoskeletal disorder. Results: A total of 142 plants belonging to 69 families were reported with their medicinal usage to treat musculoskeletal disorders. The most dominant were herbs (57%), decoction was preferred method of utilization (35.2%) and leaves were the most used plant part (44.3%). The highest used category was recorded for rheumatism (44%) and the most used species were Celastrus paniculatus and Cyperus rotundus. RFC ranged from 0.098 to 0.586, Triticum aestivium with highest DCI (0.68) and Salvadoraceae was dominant family in terms of FIV (58.60). Conclusion: This study provides significant information about medicinal plants usage for musculoskeletal disorders among indigenous communities of Northern Pakistan. The baseline findings of this study might be useful in compiling data for future phytochemical and pharmacological screening of plants leading to natural drug discovery and development.
SubjectHealth Care Sciences ; Services
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WOS KeywordMENTHA-LONGIFOLIA L. ; WORT HYPERICUM-PERFORATUM ; CARTHAMUS-TINCTORIUS L. ; JAMMU-AND-KASHMIR ; ANTIINFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY ; ESSENTIAL OIL ; IN-VITRO ; CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION ; ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY ; INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE
Language英语
PublisherELSEVIER SCIENCE INC
WOS IDWOS:000430447300003
源URL[http://210.75.237.14/handle/351003/30287]  
Collection生物多样性与生态系统服务领域_两栖爬行动物科普馆
Affiliation1.Quaid I Azam Univ, Dept Plant Sci, Islamabad 45320, Pakistan;
2.Chengdu Inst Biol, Ctr Nat Prod Res, Chengdu 610041, Sichuan, Peoples R China
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Malik, Khafsa,Ahmad, Mushtaq,Zhang, Guolin,et al. Traditional plant based medicines used to treat musculoskeletal disorders in Northern Pakistan[J]. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE,2018,19:17-64.
APA Malik, Khafsa.,Ahmad, Mushtaq.,Zhang, Guolin.,Rashid, Neelam.,Zafar, Muhammad.,...&Shah, Syed Nasar.(2018).Traditional plant based medicines used to treat musculoskeletal disorders in Northern Pakistan.EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE,19,17-64.
MLA Malik, Khafsa,et al."Traditional plant based medicines used to treat musculoskeletal disorders in Northern Pakistan".EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE 19(2018):17-64.

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