An ethnomedicinal survey conducted among the folk medicinal practitioners of three villages in Kurigram district, Bangladesh.

@inproceedings{Das2012AnES,
  title={An ethnomedicinal survey conducted among the folk medicinal practitioners of three villages in Kurigram district, Bangladesh.},
  author={Protiva Rani Das and Md Taohidul Islam and Asif Mujtaba Mahmud and Mohammad Humayun Kabir and Maleki Hasan and Zubaida Khatun and Md. Mahfuzar Rahman and Mohammed Nurunnabi and Lee Yongkyu and Rownak Jahan and Mohammed Rahmatullah},
  year={2012}
}
Folk medicine is an integral part of the various traditional medicinal practices of Bangladesh. The folk medicinal practitioners, otherwise known as Kavirajes, mainly rely on medicinal plant decoctions, juices, or paste, which are administered topically or orally for treatment of various ailments. Vast numbers of rural and urban people of Bangladesh rely on Kavirajes for treatment of ailments; in fact Kavirajes often are the primary health-care providers, at least to the rural population. The… CONTINUE READING

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