Utilization Of Traditional Medicinal Plants In Keiyo South Sub - County, Elgeyo-marakwet,
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Utilization Of Traditional Medicinal Plants In Keiyo South Sub - County, Elgeyo-marakwet, Kenya
Medicinal plants are an important source of healthcare and livelihood for many people in developing countries, particularly in Africa where 80 percent of the population still relies on them for primary health care. Despite this, literature indicates medicinal plants globally are under threat from over utilization and loss of habitats. This is a concern as the demand for plant based medicine for human health is being sought globally due to the belief that they have less harmful effects on human health. This study investigated the utilization of traditional medicinal plants in Keiyo South Sub-County in Kenya. Primary data was collected using a semi-structured interview schedule, observations aDownloadViews: 105

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