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Subject Hmong,Medicinal Plants,Chiangmai
Author Waraporn Pannawalee, Siriwan Suthajit, Uraiwan Sangsorn, James Franklin Maxwell
Title The Using of Medicinal Plants by Hmong Ban Pakia, Samoeng District, Chiangmai
Document Type Research Paper Original Language of Text Thai
Ethnic Identity - Language and Linguistic Affiliations Hmong-Mien
Location of
Chiang Mai University Library Total Pages 13 Year 1990
Source Department of Pharmacognosy, Faculty of Pharmacy, Chiang Mai University, Tribal Research Center, Public Welfare Department, Ministry of Interior and Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University

The content of this research concerns the using of medicinal plants by the Hmong Ban Pakia, Bor Kaew Subdistrict, Samoeng District, Chiangmai in order to remedy some illnesses and disorders. It also identifies a number of medicinal plants used, as well as instructions, what kind of illness and disorder they can remedy, and a comparison between the medicinal plants used by the Hmong and the medicinal plants in Thai Herbal Books.

Text Analyst Boonsom Chirawanichkul Date of Report Apr 10, 2005
TAG Hmong, Medicinal Plants, Chiangmai, Translator -


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