A Review of Traditional Medicinal Plants from Kachin State, Northern Myanmar.

@article{Aung2016ARO,
  title={A Review of Traditional Medicinal Plants from Kachin State, Northern Myanmar.},
  author={Hain Thanda Aung and Myint Myint Sein and Mya Mu Aye and Zaw Min Thu},
  journal={Natural product communications},
  year={2016},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={
          353-64
        }
}
Medicinal plants are a vital source of medication in developing countries. In Kachin State, Northern Myanmar, the people have a long history of the use of traditional plants for medicinal purposes. This article deals with the 25 most used medicinal plants in Kachin State. They are: Drynariafortunei, Tetrastigma serrulatum, Bauhinia championii, Goniothalamus cheliensis, Juglans regia, Houttuynia cordata, Osmanthus fragrans, Pothos chinensis, Tabemaemontana coronaria, Eryngiumfoetidum… CONTINUE READING

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