Traditional medicinal plants used for the treatment of diabetes in rural and urban areas of Dhaka, Bangladesh – an ethnobotanical survey

@inproceedings{Ocvirk2013TraditionalMP,
  title={Traditional medicinal plants used for the treatment of diabetes in rural and urban areas of Dhaka, Bangladesh – an ethnobotanical survey},
  author={Soeren Ocvirk and Martin Kistler and Shusmita Hossain Khan and Shamim Hayder Talukder and Hans Hauner},
  booktitle={Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND The usage of medicinal plants is traditionally rooted in Bangladesh and still an essential part of public healthcare. Recently, a dramatically increasing prevalence brought diabetes mellitus and its therapy to the focus of public health interests in Bangladesh. We conducted an ethnobotanical survey to identify the traditional medicinal plants being used to treat diabetes in Bangladesh and to critically assess their anti-diabetic potentials with focus on evidence-based criteria… CONTINUE READING
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