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HERDIN Record #: R10-MSUIIT-17040313321333 Submitted: 03 April 2017 Modified: 03 April 2017

Ethnobotany of Medicinal Plants Used by the Subanen Tribe of Lapuyan, Zamboanga del Sur.

Jhoan Rhea L. Pizon,
Olga M.  Nuñeza,
Mylene  M.  Uy,
WTPSK   Senarath

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Ethnobotanical documentation was conducted in the Municipality of Lapuyan, Zamboanga del Sur. This was done through informal interviews, walk-through interviews, and focus group discussions with seven selected healers of the Subanen tribe. There were 89 medicinal plant species documented belonging to 39 genera under 41 families. Leaves were the most frequently used plant part which were prepared through decoction and taken internally. Respiratoryrelated diseases are the most common ailments that the Subanen tribe encountered. It appears that there is a need to conserve the important medicinal plants especially those that are rarely encountered species. Moreover, further pharmacological tests need to be undertaken to prove the efficiency and potency of the plants as medicine.

Publication Type
Bulletin of Environment, Pharmacology and Life Sciences
Publication Date
April 2016
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