7 Best Books on Ethno Medicine

We have compiled a list of the Best Reference Books on Ethno Medicine, which are used by students of top universities, and colleges. This will help you choose the right book depending on if you are a beginner or an expert. Here is the complete list of Ethno Medicine Books with their authors, publishers, and an unbiased review of them as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase them. If permissible, you can also download the free PDF books on Ethno Medicine below.

1."Indigenous Health Care and Ethno-Medicine" by Sharma and Awadesh
“Indegenous Health Care” Book Review: This book contains a collection of 25 examination papers and articles that focus on various aspects of native healthcare practices among different population groups across different regions of India, Romania, and the Pacific, including Australia, Polynesia, and Melanesia. The papers and articles included in the book document the Ethno-Medicine used among various populations to cure various illnesses. Additionally, the book also sheds light on the knowledge, attitude, and practices related to different types of healthcare.

2."Intangible Cultural Heritage of India - Ethno-Medicine in India: A Selective Bibliography - Vol. 2" by Kamal Kant Misra and Mohammad Rehan
3."Ethno-psychopharmacology: Advances in Current Practice (Cambridge Medicine (Hardcover))" by Chee H Ng and Keh-Ming Lin
“Ethno-psychopharmacology” Book Review: This book discusses how medications used in psychiatry affect individuals and different ethnic groups. It explores the reasons why people may have different reactions to drugs based on their biology, social, cultural, and environmental factors. By considering these various aspects, the book aims to provide a comprehensive approach to drug treatment that takes into account diverse biological makeup and cultures. This information is valuable in practical terms for healthcare professionals in clinical settings.

4."Ethno-Veterinary Medicine Practices in Forest fringe area of WB,India" by Sourav Chanda and Sukanta Biswas
5."The Ethno-medicinal Plants of North East India (Vol-2): Traditional System of Medicine" by Amritesh C Shukla and Gamje R Marak
6."Ethno Medicinal Plant Resources of Orissa: Volume 1" by A Sahoo
“Ethno Medicinal Plant Resources of India” Book Review: This book explores the use of traditional medicine and ethnobotanical research, specifically when reliable sources of information have been carefully evaluated. India is one of the twelve countries in the world with abundant plant diversity, including many vegetables with medicinal properties. In several countries, scientific studies on medicinal plants have been initiated because of their potential in healthcare. Herbal medicines are effective in treating various illnesses, such as infectious diseases and high blood pressure. It is widely acknowledged that they can save lives, especially in developing nations.

7."Vitamins and Minerals from A to Z With Ethno-Consciousness" by Jewel Pookrum
“Vitamins and minerals from A to Z with ethno- consciousness” Book Review: This book highlights the important role of the Melanin biopolymer in controlling various functions within the human body, including hormones, neurological processes, and environmental adaptations. Its purpose is to update the reader on the vital activities and life-sustaining qualities of Melanin that are crucial for tissue growth in the 21st century. The information presented in the book aims to inspire readers to reconsider their current attitudes and opinions about this essential pigment that promotes life. It emphasizes the need to let go of past biases, judgments, and reactions that hinder the full potential of the Melanin biopolymer’s abilities in phonon-electron-photon interactions.

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