New paper on Medical Ethnobotany of Cashinahua (Huni Kuin) Herbalists in Peruvian Amazon has been published!

A recent study led by TRIBE team members Jana Horackova, Zbynek Polesny and Naji Sulaiman documents the use of 467 medicinal plant species by the Cashinahua (also known as Huni Kuin) people of the Peruvian Amazon, highlighting 79 wild plant taxa that have been unreported or rarely cited for medicinal use or phytochemical analysis.

The study of Cashinahua traditional medicine contributes to the preservation of the national biocultural heritage, the conservation of biodiversity and the resilience of the indigenous communities.

The article was published in the Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine (IF=3.404, Q2 in JCR).


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