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Title: Use of Herbal Medicine in the Management of Malaria in the urban-periphery, Ghana
Authors: Mensah, Charlotte Monica
Gyasi, Razak Mohammed
Keywords: Herbal medicine
Malaria
Perceived side-effects
Urban-periphery
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare
Citation: Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare Vol 2, No.11, 2012
Abstract: Herbal medicine use has been reported a but correlates of herbal medicine use among malaria subject frequency of and factors associated wit urban-periphery, Kwabre East District, Ghana. A total of 189 malaria were respectively selected through systematic random sampling and snowball technique in-depth interview guides were utilised analyzed using linear regression model through were subjected to content analysis. 50.3%) and a crux in malaria treatment efforts of herbal and modern health care side-effects, cost-effectiveness, efficacy and availability ( experienced and possessed a stash malaria treatment and the medicinal plants required to boost the process is urgent. Research direction is recommended to unravel the safety and quality of medicinal plants communicable diseases.
Description: Article published in Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare, 2012.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/7375
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