Determining the Behaviour of Wild Plants’ Use in Meru, Kenya

The ethnobotanical record resulting from interactions between the Meru people and their wild plants reveals a strong reliance on medicinal and non-medicinal plant uses. Wild plants are increasingly being used for medicine, food, material, social purposes, construction, fuel, environmental beauty, and wind and dust breaks in this part of Africa. Medicine made from wild plants…
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