Review on Ethnomedicinal and Pharmacological Uses of Echinops kebericho Mesfin in Ethiopia

@inproceedings{Demie2019ReviewOE,
  title={Review on Ethnomedicinal and Pharmacological Uses of Echinops kebericho Mesfin in Ethiopia},
  author={Gadisa Demie},
  year={2019}
}
  • Gadisa Demie
  • Published 2019
  • Geography
  • The genus Echinops is native to African countries, the Middle East, Europe, and Asia comprises 120 species. In Ethiopia, this genus is represented by well known endemic and critically endangered species Echinops kebericho Mesfin also known as “ Kebercho,” in Amharic language which has a long history of ethnomedicinal uses. Due to the popularity of species as a source of ethnomedicine, this species is severely over-harvested throughout their distributional ranges. This review documents… CONTINUE READING

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