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Historical perspective of Algerian pharmacological knowledge

Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine 2020년 20권 3호 p.279 ~ 290
Tahri Djilali, Elhouiti Fatiha, Ouinten Mohamed, Yousfi Mohamed,
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 ( Tahri Djilali ) - Universite Amar TELIDJI de Laghouat Laboratoire des Sciences Fondamentales
 ( Elhouiti Fatiha ) - Universite Amar TELIDJI de Laghouat Laboratoire des Sciences Fondamentales
 ( Ouinten Mohamed ) - Universite Amar TELIDJI de Laghouat Laboratoire des Sciences Fondamentales
 ( Yousfi Mohamed ) - Universite Amar TELIDJI de Laghouat Laboratoire des Sciences Fondamentales

Abstract


Many studies have initiated the use of plant species in traditional Algerian medicine taking into consideration that the Algerian flora is the main source of traditional remedies. In fact, Algerian ethnopharmacology was a combination of ancient knowledge inherited from Islamic civilization and purely empirical uses of substances of different origins; plant, animal and inorganic. The study showed the existence of non-systematic knowledge of plants oriented by knowledge in classical medicine and the use of a large number of ingredients separately or in mixture according to very diverse therapeutic formulas. This study presented the different uses of 134 substances of plant origin, 13 of animal origin and 12 of inorganic origin; these substances have enriched among others the Algerian pharmacopoeia in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

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Ethnobotanical knowledge; Algeria; Ibn Hamadouch; Therapeutic formula

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