An ethnobotanical project was carried out in the remote mountainous region of District Buner. Locals rely on medicinal plants for curing different ailments since time immemorial. However, recent and ever increasing dependency of locals on allopathic drugs along with industrialization, urbanization and globalization trends slowly but surely are modifying indigenous values and culture. The existing ethnobotanical knowledge of the area will not remain intact for long. In present study an effort was made to document common folk recipes of the area. Thus folk recipes used for curing 30 common diseases in the area were documented.
Hamayun, Muhammad; Khan, Ambara; and Khan, Mir Ajab
"Common Medicinal Folk Recipes of District Buner, NWFP, Pakistan,"
1, Article 45.
Available at: http://opensiuc.lib.siu.edu/ebl/vol2005/iss1/45