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      Slavic ethnomedicine in the soviet far east. Part I: Herbal remedies among Russians/Ukrainians in the Sukhodol Valley, Primorye

      Journal of Ethnopharmacology
      Elsevier BV

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          This paper is the first of a series of publications on Slavic ethnomedicine in the Soviet Far East. Field studies were carried out among Russian and Ukrainian residents of the Sukhodol Valley in Primorye, USSR. Primorye is the southernmost region of the Soviet Far East and the extreme southeastern area of the Soviet Union. The region is interesting because of its nature, climate and rich flora. Informants have shown broad knowledge of pharmacological properties of wild and cultivated plants of the area. The study has recorded 93 plants in 41 families. The use of six species had not been described before.

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          Journal
          Journal of Ethnopharmacology
          Journal of Ethnopharmacology
          Elsevier BV
          03788741
          December 1987
          December 1987
          : 21
          : 3
          : 231-251
          Article
          10.1016/0378-8741(87)90102-4
          2964545
          9e8d3277-c4c1-455f-8280-5538877444dc
          © 1987

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