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Table 4 Ethnoveterinary plants used by dromedary camel healers in the Suleiman Mountainous Region in Pakistan

From: Ethnoveterinary treatments by dromedary camel herders in the Suleiman Mountainous Region in Pakistan: an observation and questionnaire study

Botanical name Local name Part of plant used Preparation, dose etc
Eruca sativa
Mill.
[Brassicaceae]
Taramira Oil of the seed The oil is applied on the affected area
Daphne gnidium [Thymelaeaceae] Loghone Leaves and twigs The leaves and twigs are crushed, kept in a bowl over night in open, and pasted on the affected area
Capparis aphylla Hayne ex Roth. [Capparaceae] Kirar Leaves and twigs Applied on the affected area
Artemisia maritima L. ex Hook [Asteraceae] Therkha Upper parts of the plant 500 g is boiled in one liter of water and given orally.
Rhazya stricta Decne. [Apocyanaceae] Orgalama Roots Roots are burned and the ash is poured in the wound to kill maggots. The dose depends upon the depth of the wound
Acacia modesta Wall.
[Fabaceae]
  Spines The spines are inserted in the wound
Pinus gerardiana Wall. Ex D. Don [Pinaceae] Zarna Wood oil The logs of the tree are burned in a clavin-like muddy structure and the oil is collected and applied on the affected area. The dose depends on the size of the affected area.
Whitania coagulans (Stocks) Dunal [Solanaceae] Khamazura Fruits The fruits (250 g) of the plants are dissolved in water and offered in the morning for trypanosomiasis.