Query : Phytothérapie
- Ait Haj Said, Amal1
- Béjean, Sophie1
- Benmoussa, Adnane1
- Béreau, Didier1
- Byavu N.1
- Derfoufi, Sanae1
- Dubois M.1
- Fleury, Marie1
- Galliac Alanbari, Sandrine1
- Guichard, Céline1
- Hegde, Pushpa1
- Hellec, Florence1
- Henrard C.1
- Iskandar, Samy1
- Lehmann, Hélène1
- Malaisse F.1
- Mercan, Aline1
- Morel, Jean-Michel1
- Moretti, Christian1
- Peden, Amélie1
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology5
- Biological Anthropology1
- Gender Studies1
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences1
Phytothérapie traditionnelle des bovins dans les élevages de la plaine de la Ruzizi
Traditional horned cattle phytotherapy in the Rusizi plain breedings [Rwanda, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo]. After presenting the ecological characteristics of the Rusizi plain and reminding of the socio-economical importance of horned cattle for the local populations, the authors deal with...
'pbDec. Antiquity, medicine uses the therapeutic properties of plants. Although taught in the faculties of pharmacy, and forming part of the medical heritage in France, phytotherapy is still unknown. ‘/p’pbAt at a time when it appears essential — both for health and for ecology — to use biological a...
Herbal medicinal products in Europe : status, registration, controls
Herbal medicine consists in therapeutical use of plants or herbal medicinal products, in the form of patent medicines, magistral or pharmaceutical preparations or divided pharmaceutical products. It is meant by herbal medicinal product “any medicine the active substances of which are exclusively one...
Women’s perinial rehabilitation
'pbbro of women suffer because of a perinous problem. It is too often a taboo subject. However, this is a classic medical problem for which there are many treatments. To ensure a clear understanding of the main harm (urinary incontinence, vesical instability or uretrale), the author gives informatio...
Use of forest resources in French Guiana: From tradition to commercial utilisation
The best of Science, Nature and Tradition: ethnography of phytotherapy lessons in France
'np pagenum = “154”/bThe teaching of complementary and alternative medicine has been the subject of very little anthropological research to date. Training in phytotherapy in France is linked to both the institutional sector, the supplementary and alternative medical sector, and the popular sector. I...
Mildac (mild depression phytotherapy), a source of savings for sickness insurance?
Therapeutic intervention in inflammatory pathologies and cancer : understanding the anti-inflammatory properties of Viscum album
Recent advances in immunology research have led us towards more promising approaches and strategies to manipulate the immune response to prevent or treat the diseases related to immune dysfunction such as autoimmune, inflammatory pathologies and malignant diseases. Although, immuno inflammation is a...
Highlighting the nutritional and therapeutic potential of ‘ib (Urtica dioïca L.)’/ib
'np pagenum = ‘280’/bL’ortie, Urtica dioica L., is a herbaceous plant of the urticaceae family, which has been empirically used for millennia in many diseases. Due to its chemical composition rich in polyphenols, vitamins and minerals, the orty has a high nutritional value and a multiplicity of phar...
Development of innovative vectorizable forms in the context of age-related diseases
Alzheimer's disease is a degenerative brain disease where abnormal chemicals accumulate causing progressive deterioration of memory and intellectual ability. It is a neurodegenerative disease that causes lesions in the brain. Irreversible lesions lead to a decline in cognitive functions, which serve...
Investigation phytochimique d'une plante médicinale malgache Hypoestes serpens (Vahl) R. Br. (Acanthaceae) variété glabre et étude comparative avec la variété poilue
Résumé A Madagascar, comme dans plusieurs pays en développement, une grande partie de la population utilise les plantes pour se soigner. Plusieurs espèces des plantes sont ainsi utilisées en médecine traditionnelle malgache. Par ailleurs, la plupart de ces plantes ne font l'objet que de très peu d'é...
Reducing the use of antibiotics in livestock farming: would change come from women?
for two years I have been working on the use of alternative herd health management methods by dairy cow farmers. Behind the qualification as an alternative, very different therapies are grouped together, such as homeopathy, phytotherapy, the use of essential oils or the OBSALIM ® dietary approach. T...
Chronic uraemia and secondary urinary tract cancer with plant extracts used in Chinese phytotherapy
In 1993, in Belgium, a new cause of complicated interstitial renal fibrosis of urinary tract tumours, responsible for rapidly progressive kidney failure, was identified in patients who had followed a glimming regime based on Chinese medicinal plants. The disease could be attributed to the nephrotoxi...