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Thesis Advisor裴盛基
Degree Grantor中国科学院昆明植物所
Place of Conferral中国科学院昆明植物所
Other AbstractThis paper deals with the history of Naxi traditional herbal medicine, the medicinal plants used by Naxi people, and the cultural characters of Naxi traditional medicine, by using of the ethnobotanical approaches, The history of Naxi traditional medicine development can be divided into following periods: (1). Dongba culture period; (2). the initial period of pluralism medicine; (3). Yulong Bencao period; (4). and modern period. The medicinal plants of 542 species used by Naxi people have been invented, of which 118 species are unrecorded herbal medicine before this studies, Naxi people collect different medical plants from five vertical zones in N.W.Yunnan region. Naxi traditional medicine has the following cultural characters: (1). pluralistics; (2). using herbal medicine collected from different environments for different population to treat illness; (3). a traditional belief of medicine and food has the same origin; (4). villagers collecting medicinal plants in groups for home use and exchanges etc. Based on the research conducted, the author concludes that the Naxi traditional medicine has a long history. and an extensive folk bases in use of herbal medicine. The present Naxi medicine is in a medical pluralism situation, however, it remains at the stage of traditional herbal medicine based on folk experiences rather than a systematic medical system.
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郭辉军. 纳西族药用民族植物学研究[D]. 中国科学院昆明植物所. 中国科学院昆明植物所,1989.
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