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PLANTS FROM ROMANIAN SPONTANEOUS FLORA USED IN TRAUMATISMS AND RHEUMATISMS


MILIAN GURĂU
„Vasile Alecsandri” University of Bacău, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Biology and Environmental Protection, Mărăşeşti Street no. 157, Bacau, Romania, e-mail: milian_gurau@yahoo.com

Issue:

SCSB, Number 1, Volume XXXI

Section:

Volume 31, No. 1

Abstract:

Approximately 150 flora species of spontaneous cormophytes in Romania can be used in the most unpredictable and unpleasant life situations such as severe blows, haemorrhages, rheumatism, etc. We have identified 104 species used in phytotherapy to reduce rheumatic pain, 128 species used to accelerate wound healing, 5 in dislocations, 31 for gout, 9 in contusions, 8 in bruises, 41 in haemorrhages, 7 in stings, 22 in cuts, 36 in burns, 13 in skin ulcers, 10 in varicose ulcers, etc. Plant lists are not definitive because some plants are used less or some will be used more frequently in therapies. In the absence of some plants that are needed, there can be found some with less efficiency or others with better effectiveness but not present in the flora of Romania.

Keywords:

phytotherapy, spontaneous flora, rheumatism, traumatism.

Code [ID]:

SCSB202201V31S01A0010 [0005440]

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