Sámuel Gergely Bartha

Sámuel Gergely Bartha
University of Pécs | PTE

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Since beginning of recorded history up to the present day, dermatological disorders have been treated with ethnomedicinal remedies. The aim of this paper is to present ethnodermatological practices in Transylvania, Romania. Ethnomedicinal surveys were conducted in 35 villages in Transylvania (2007-2019). The 650 people interviewed were questioned a...
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Multidrug-resistant (MDR) bacterial infections have become a serious therapeutic problem recently, that can be solved by using of herbal drugs with antibacterial effects. The stem, leaf, tepal, anther, and ovary of Lilium candidum L. (white lily) were selected for histological and microbiological studies. For the microbial study, the stem, leaf, an...
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Calluna vulgaris (L.) Hull belonging to Ericaceae family occurs mostly at sour habitats in subalpine regions in Europe. The species is cultivated in many countries, but it is known as medicinal plant because of polyphenols and aucubin as main compounds. In this work, the polyphenolic, flavonoid, and tannin content, as well as the antimicrobial and...
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The aim of the study was to analyze the antioxidant activity of Ajuga reptans, Anthyllis vulneraria, Impatiens noli-tangere, Lilium candidum, Ononis arvensis, Plantago media, Rhinanthus serotinus, Thymus serpyllum, and Veronica beccabunga used in ethnomedicine in Romania. In vitro antioxidant assays were performed with 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl...
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In this study field restharrow (Ononis arvensis) was investigated for histological and antimicrobial features. The aerial part and the root were embedded in synthetic resin and investigated by rotation microtome. The antimicrobial activity and minimum inhibitory concentration of the solvent fractions of the aerial part were studied against four bac...
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Ethnomedicine using mostly plants is of pivotal importance in several Transylvanian regions in Romania nowadays. In this study (2007–2015), 9 Székely, 3 Csángó, one Hungarian and one Swabian village were selected to collect ethnomedicinal treatments for various gastrointestinal diseases. Some of the studied villages are partially or not provided by...
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The use of wild rose species has a significant role in the traditional Hungarian foods, but several data have also been published on the traditional use of hawthorn species in the Hungarian ethnobotanical and ethnographical literature, as well as in recent fieldworks, too. Among hawthorn taxa, the fruit of Crataegus monogyna Jacq. and C. oxyacantha...
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Background Ethnoveterinary medicine is a topic of growing interest among ethnobiologists, and is integral to the agricultural practices of many ethnic groups across the globe. The ethnoveterinary pharmacopoeia is often composed of ingredients available in the local environment, and may include plants, animals and minerals, or combinations thereof,...
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Nagybacon and the surroundings settlements are located in Erdély, Erdővidék, in the county Kovaszna (Transylvania, Covasna, Romania) inhabited by about 4000 inhabitants, mostly (88%) of Hungarian nationality. Altough the village is provided by permanent medical and veterinary service, as well as by pharmacy, people use medicinal plants in their eve...
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Inhabitants of some Transylvanian farms in Romania have a valuable archaic knowledge of medicinal plants because of their isolation and the insufficiency of official medical treatment. In this work we present ethnobotanical data about the use of medicinal plant taxa for various respiratory diseases in the villages Lövéte and Nagybacon. Altogether 3...

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Based on various traditions from all around the world we attempt to find a cure.
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Federate research results in order to get an updated, broader, picture of the field.