A review of the ethnomedical uses , phytochemistry and pharmacology of the Euphorbia genus

@inproceedings{Pascal2017ARO,
  title={A review of the ethnomedical uses , phytochemistry and pharmacology of the Euphorbia genus},
  author={Olounlad{\'e} Abiodoun Pascal and Azando Erick Virgyle Bertrand and Tch{\'e}tan and Esa{\"i}e and Hounzangb{\'e}-Adot{\'e} Mawul{\'e} Sylvie and Attakpa Yatch{\'e}gnon Eloi},
  year={2017}
}
  • Olounladé Abiodoun Pascal, Azando Erick Virgyle Bertrand, +3 authors Attakpa Yatchégnon Eloi
  • Published 2017
The genus Euphorbia (spurges, Euphorbiaceae) is the third largest genus of flowering plants, with almost 2000 species. These species was distributed throughout the world. Uses of the plants to treat diseases vary according to the population. In India, many species of Euphorbia are used in the treatment of asthma and respiratory tract inflammations. Moreover… CONTINUE READING