Ethnobotanical and Ecological Study of Taraxacum Officinale F.H. Wigger in Upper Hunza (Gojal)
Keywords:Taraxacum Officinale F.H. Wigger; Skin Disorders; Diabetes; Ecological levels; Morphological parameters
Taraxacum Officinale F.H. Wigger is a medicinal herb, having many medicinal uses. Our studies showed variations in selected five zones in ethnobotanical and its morphological parameters. Mostly this herb is used for skin disorders in all zones but with the variations in zones, its medicinal uses have been changed i.e: Diabetes, Jundis, and TB. Also, variations are noticd in administration from zone-1 to zone-5. These studies showed the Taraxacum Officinale F.H. Wigger Zone-4 is the best for its propagation because in zone-4 its secondry compounds are matured maximum that’s why it showed best medicinal uses. Furthermore, this is a herb uses for the therapy of different skin disorders and it protects the skin from harmful rays of sunlight. This plant is also used in cosmetics.
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