Amazonian plants from Peru used by Quechua and Mestizo to treat malaria with evaluation of their activity.

@article{Roumy2007AmazonianPF,
  title={Amazonian plants from Peru used by Quechua and Mestizo to treat malaria with evaluation of their activity.},
  author={V. Roumy and G. Garcia-Pizango and Andr{\'e}a-Luz Gutierrez-Choquevilca and L. Ru{\'i}z and V. Jullian and P. Winterton and N. Fabre and C. Moulis and A. Valentin},
  journal={Journal of ethnopharmacology},
  year={2007},
  volume={112 3},
  pages={
          482-9
        }
}
Indigenous Quechua and Mestizo populations from distinct areas in Loreto, Peru, were interviewed about traditional medication for the treatment of malaria. An ethnographic survey concerning the native theory of illness aetiology in the specific case of malaria permitted the elaboration of an efficient ethnopharmacological enquiry. The survey took place on three main zones corresponding to villages on the Napo and the Pastaza rivers (for the Quechua), and in the surroundings of Iquitos (for the… Expand
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