Bonet et al. 1999

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Bonet, M., Parada, M., Selga, A. & Vallès, J. Dezember 1999: Studies on pharmaceutical ethnobotany in the regions of L’Alt Empordà and Les Guilleries (Catalonia, Iberian Peninsula). In: Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Bd. 68, Nr. 1-3, S. 145–168, doi:10.1016/S0378-8741(99)00083-5.

Stichworte: medicinal plantsethnobotanyfolk medicineCataloniaquantitative ethnobotanyAbies albaAlthaea officinalisAnemone hepaticaArctostaphylos uva-ursiAsperula cynanchicaAsplenium septentrionaleBryonia cretica subsp. DioicaCeltis australisCentaurea asperaEquisetum telmateiaEucalyptus globulusHerniaria glabraHypericum perforatumJuniperus communisLavandula latifoliaLilium candidumLinum usitatissimumLippia triphyllaMatricaria recutitaMelissa officinalisMentha pulegiumMentha x piperitaOlea europaea var. europaeaPaliurus spina-christiPrunella vulgarisQuercus ilex subsp ilexRamonda myconiRosmarinus officinalisRubus ulmifoliusRuta chalepensisRuta graveolensSambucus nigraSantolina chamaecyparissusScabiosa atropurpureaThymus serpyllum subsp. ChamaedrysThymus vulgarisTilia platyphyllosValeriana officinalisVincetoxicum hirundinaria subsp. intermediumZea mays

Zusammenfassung: An ethnobotanical survey was carried out in two regions (L’Alt Empordà and Les Guilleries), situated in North East Catalonia (Iberian Peninsula), with an approximate area of 800 km2 and a population of 68 000. Through interviews with 73 people, data was obtained on the medicinal uses of 220 species. The most important findings are presented here concerning the ethnopharmacology of those areas. One hundred and ninty four unreported or uncommon uses corresponding to 101 plant species were detected.



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