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'Ndembe' leaf close-up (Rothmannia welwitschi or macrocarpa) local people crush young leaves in hands and the juice squeezed on to baby and rubbed in for 'malade ti makako' (monkey disease). This affe... - Jabruson
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Jabruson / 'Ndembe' leaf close-up (Rothmannia welwitschi or macrocarpa) local people crush young leaves in hands and the juice squeezed on to baby and rubbed in for 'malade ti makako' (monkey disease). This affe...
Ripe 'Popoko' fruit on the forest floor, Sterculia (Sterculia sp) eaten by a lot of forest animals and water from the boiled bark is used as a cold remedy by local tribes people, Bai Hokou, Dzanga-Ndo... - Jabruson
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Jabruson / Ripe 'Popoko' fruit on the forest floor, Sterculia (Sterculia sp) eaten by a lot of forest animals and water from the boiled bark is used as a cold remedy by local tribes people, Bai Hokou, Dzanga-Ndo...
'Nguluma' tree trunk structure (Duboscia macrocarpa) lots of rainforest species eat teh leaves, fruit and seeds of this species and local people use water from boiled fruit as a cure for colds, Bai Ho... - Jabruson
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Jabruson / 'Nguluma' tree trunk structure (Duboscia macrocarpa) lots of rainforest species eat teh leaves, fruit and seeds of this species and local people use water from boiled fruit as a cure for colds, Bai Ho...
'Nguluma' tree trunk structure (Duboscia macrocarpa) lots of rainforest species eat teh leaves, fruit and seeds of this species and local people use water from boiled fruit as a cure for colds, Bai Ho... - Jabruson
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Jabruson / 'Nguluma' tree trunk structure (Duboscia macrocarpa) lots of rainforest species eat teh leaves, fruit and seeds of this species and local people use water from boiled fruit as a cure for colds, Bai Ho...
'Nguluma' tree trunk structure (Duboscia macrocarpa) lots of rainforest species eat teh leaves, fruit and seeds of this species and local people use water from boiled fruit as a cure for colds, Bai Ho... - Jabruson
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Jabruson / 'Nguluma' tree trunk structure (Duboscia macrocarpa) lots of rainforest species eat teh leaves, fruit and seeds of this species and local people use water from boiled fruit as a cure for colds, Bai Ho...
'Mbanda' tree trunk with bark patterns (Erthrophleum suaveolens) lots of rainforest species eat the seeds and leaves, but local tribes make a cold water infusion from the inner bark and use as a 'proo... - Jabruson
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Jabruson / 'Mbanda' tree trunk with bark patterns (Erthrophleum suaveolens) lots of rainforest species eat the seeds and leaves, but local tribes make a cold water infusion from the inner bark and use as a 'proo...
'Mbanda' tree trunk with bark patterns (Erthrophleum suaveolens) lots of rainforest species eat the seeds and leaves, but local tribes make a cold water infusion from the inner bark and use as a 'proo... - Jabruson
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Jabruson / 'Mbanda' tree trunk with bark patterns (Erthrophleum suaveolens) lots of rainforest species eat the seeds and leaves, but local tribes make a cold water infusion from the inner bark and use as a 'proo...
Orchids established on the tree trunk of a 'Mokole' tree, with 'Binju' vines in tree, Ba'Aka tribes make concoction from the tree's bark which is consumed for stomach problems. The young roots are ch... - Jabruson
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Jabruson / Orchids established on the tree trunk of a 'Mokole' tree, with 'Binju' vines in tree, Ba'Aka tribes make concoction from the tree's bark which is consumed for stomach problems. The young roots are ch...
Shampoo Ginger (Zingiber zerumbet), a native of Asia but naturalized in Costa Rica and other Central American localities for medicinal use. - John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Shampoo Ginger (Zingiber zerumbet), a native of Asia but naturalized in Costa Rica and other Central American localities for medicinal use.
Shampoo Ginger (Zingiber zerumbet), a native of Asia but naturalized in Costa Rica and other Central American localities for medicinal use. - John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Shampoo Ginger (Zingiber zerumbet), a native of Asia but naturalized in Costa Rica and other Central American localities for medicinal use.
Shampoo Ginger (Zingiber zerumbet), a native of Asia but naturalized in Costa Rica and other Central American localities for medicinal use. - John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Shampoo Ginger (Zingiber zerumbet), a native of Asia but naturalized in Costa Rica and other Central American localities for medicinal use.
Calabash / Kamandal fruit (Crescentia cujete) Fruit crop grown for use as a container - used to carry water and other liquids. Also medicinal plant naturalised in India, New Delhi, India, November - Simon Colmer
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Simon Colmer / Calabash / Kamandal fruit (Crescentia cujete) Fruit crop grown for use as a container - used to carry water and other liquids. Also medicinal plant naturalised in India, New Delhi, India, November
Bags full of dried Seahorse (Hippocampus) for sale at a medicine shop in Guangzhou, China. Seahorses are dried for use as aphrodisiacs in Chinese medicine. - David Fleetham
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David Fleetham / Bags full of dried Seahorse (Hippocampus) for sale at a medicine shop in Guangzhou, China. Seahorses are dried for use as aphrodisiacs in Chinese medicine.
Jars full of dried Seahorse (Hippocampus) for sale at medicine shop in Guangzhou, China. Seahorses are dried for use as aphrodisiacs in Chinese medicine. - David Fleetham
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David Fleetham / Jars full of dried Seahorse (Hippocampus) for sale at medicine shop in Guangzhou, China. Seahorses are dried for use as aphrodisiacs in Chinese medicine.
Street stall on overpass selling Tiger (Panthera tigris) paws and other animal products for use in traditional Chinese medicine. Guangzhou, South Western China. - David Fleetham
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David Fleetham / Street stall on overpass selling Tiger (Panthera tigris) paws and other animal products for use in traditional Chinese medicine. Guangzhou, South Western China.
White-fronted capuchin monkey (Cebus albifrons) rubbing the skin of an onion (stolen from local people) into its skin, making use of the onion's antifungal and repellent properties. Puerto Misahualli,... - Pete Oxford
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Pete Oxford / White-fronted capuchin monkey (Cebus albifrons) rubbing the skin of an onion (stolen from local people) into its skin, making use of the onion's antifungal and repellent properties. Puerto Misahualli,...
White-fronted capuchin monkey (Cebus albifrons) rubbing the skin of an onion (stolen from local people) into its skin, making use of the onion's antifungal and repellent properties. Puerto Misahualli,... - Pete Oxford
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Pete Oxford / White-fronted capuchin monkey (Cebus albifrons) rubbing the skin of an onion (stolen from local people) into its skin, making use of the onion's antifungal and repellent properties. Puerto Misahualli,...
White-fronted capuchin monkey (Cebus albifrons) rubbing the skin of an onion (stolen from local people) into its skin, making use of the onion's antifungal and repellent properties. Puerto Misahualli,... - Pete Oxford
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Pete Oxford / White-fronted capuchin monkey (Cebus albifrons) rubbing the skin of an onion (stolen from local people) into its skin, making use of the onion's antifungal and repellent properties. Puerto Misahualli,...
White-fronted capuchin monkey (Cebus albifrons) rubbing the skin of an onion (stolen from local people) into its skin, making use of the onion's antifungal and repellent properties. Puerto Misahualli,... - Pete Oxford
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Pete Oxford / White-fronted capuchin monkey (Cebus albifrons) rubbing the skin of an onion (stolen from local people) into its skin, making use of the onion's antifungal and repellent properties. Puerto Misahualli,...
Shark cartilage tablets for medicinal use. - Doug Perrine
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Doug Perrine / Shark cartilage tablets for medicinal use.
Dried snakes for medicinal use, Yunnan, China - Pete Oxford
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Pete Oxford / Dried snakes for medicinal use, Yunnan, China
Dried pill bugs / Woodlice for medicinal use, Yunnan, China - Pete Oxford
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Pete Oxford / Dried pill bugs / Woodlice for medicinal use, Yunnan, China
Tockay gecko in glass jar (medicinal use) {Gekko gecko} Yunnan province, China - Pete Oxford
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Pete Oxford / Tockay gecko in glass jar (medicinal use) {Gekko gecko} Yunnan province, China
Various animal parts on sale for medicinal use Yunnan, China - Pete Oxford
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Pete Oxford / Various animal parts on sale for medicinal use Yunnan, China
Rattlesnake meat drying for medicinal use. Mexico, Central America - Neil Lucas
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Neil Lucas / Rattlesnake meat drying for medicinal use. Mexico, Central America
Seahorses for sale for medicinal use (Hippocampus) Sabah. Borneo - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Seahorses for sale for medicinal use (Hippocampus) Sabah. Borneo
Rosy Periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus) pair in bloom, plants are harvested for medicinal use, Madagascar - Ingo Arndt
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Ingo Arndt / Rosy Periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus) pair in bloom, plants are harvested for medicinal use, Madagascar
Rosy Periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus) in bloom, plants are harvested for medicinal use, Madagascar - Ingo Arndt
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Ingo Arndt / Rosy Periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus) in bloom, plants are harvested for medicinal use, Madagascar
Pacific Yew (Taxus brevifolia) tree bark that is harvested for medicinal use, North America - Gerry Ellis
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Gerry Ellis / Pacific Yew (Taxus brevifolia) tree bark that is harvested for medicinal use, North America
Rosy Periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus) in bloom, plants are harvested for medicinal use, Madagascar - Gerry Ellis
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Gerry Ellis / Rosy Periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus) in bloom, plants are harvested for medicinal use, Madagascar
Dried scorpions for sale for medicinal use Yunnan China - Pete Oxford
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Pete Oxford / Dried scorpions for sale for medicinal use Yunnan China
Dried snakes for medicinal use Yunnan China - Pete Oxford
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Pete Oxford / Dried snakes for medicinal use Yunnan China
Tokay geckos {Tokay tokay} dried for medicinal use Yunnan China - Pete Oxford
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Pete Oxford / Tokay geckos {Tokay tokay} dried for medicinal use Yunnan China
Tokay geckos {Tokay tokay} bottled for medicinal use Yunnan, China - Pete Oxford
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Pete Oxford / Tokay geckos {Tokay tokay} bottled for medicinal use Yunnan, China
Dried Witch Hazel leaves (Hamamelis virginiana) for use as a spice or flavoring. Eastern USA. - Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Dried Witch Hazel leaves (Hamamelis virginiana) for use as a spice or flavoring. Eastern USA.