Ethnomedicinal plants used for digestive system disorders by the Karen of northern Thailand

@article{Tangjitman2015EthnomedicinalPU,
  title={Ethnomedicinal plants used for digestive system disorders by the Karen of northern Thailand},
  author={Kornkanok Tangjitman and C. Wongsawad and Kaweesin Kamwong and Treetip Sukkho and C. Trisonthi},
  journal={Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={11}
}
BackgroundDigestive system disorders have a substantial effect on worldwide morbidity and mortality rates, including in Thailand, where the majority of the rural areas have a lack of proper sanitation and awareness about disease prevention. This has led to the prevalence of different types of digestive diseases. Karen people in Thailand still use medicinal plants as first aid remedies in treating these diseases. Therefore, this study aimed at documenting the plants used to cure and prevent… Expand
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