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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
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.
  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.