Ethno-medicinal plants and methods used by Gwandara tribe of Sabo Wuse in Niger State, Nigeria, to treat mental illness.

@article{Ibrahim2006EthnomedicinalPA,
  title={Ethno-medicinal plants and methods used by Gwandara tribe of Sabo Wuse in Niger State, Nigeria, to treat mental illness.},
  author={Jemilat Aliyu Ibrahim and Iqtedar Ahmed Muazzam and Ifeoluwa Ayomide Jegede and Oluyemisi Folashade Kunle and Joseph I. Okogun},
  journal={African journal of traditional, complementary, and alternative medicines : AJTCAM},
  year={2006},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={
          211-8
        }
}
The Gwandara people of Sabo Wuse in Niger State, Nigeria are the original inhabitants of Wuse in Abuja Municipal Area Council. They were resettled at this present location of Sabo Wuse from Wuse in the Federal Capital Territory Abuja when the seat of government moved from Lagos to Abuja 30 years ago. Sabo Wuse still remains relatively a remote settlement and their lifestyle unchanged. They still depend to a large extent on their traditional knowledge of medicinal plants to treat ailments… CONTINUE READING
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