Survey of plants popularly used for pain relief in Rio Grande do Sul, southern Brazil

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Eveline D. Stolz; Liz G. Müller; Marilia Trojan-Rodrigues; Estela Baumhardt; Mara R. Ritter; Stela M. K. Rates;

Ethnobotanical data can be an important tool in the search for new drugs. The Brazilian Health Surveillance Agency accepts the registration of herbal medicines based on ethnopharmacological and ethnobotanical studies. With the purpose of increasing the knowledge of pote... View more