Népi gyógynövényismereti adatok a Székelyföldről

In the study the author introduces her ethnobotanical collection in July, 2000. For the research work she chose two settlements in Székely land: Kápolnásfalu and Szentegyháza, wich are halfway between Székelyudvarhely and Csíkszereda. The author's basic method was making reports in the centre o...

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Main Author: Frendl Kata
Format: Book part
Published: 2002
Series:Szegedi vallási néprajzi könyvtár 9
Test, lélek, természet : tanulmányok a népi orvoslás emlékeiből : köszöntő kötet Grynaeus Tamás 70. születésnapjára 9
Kulcsszavak:Gyógynövények - népi gyógyászat - Erdély, Népi gyógyítás, Néphit, Néprajz
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Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/69919
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Summary:In the study the author introduces her ethnobotanical collection in July, 2000. For the research work she chose two settlements in Székely land: Kápolnásfalu and Szentegyháza, wich are halfway between Székelyudvarhely and Csíkszereda. The author's basic method was making reports in the centre of which stood the collection of ethnobotanical traditions. Relying on the informants she determined the most frequenty occured plants and later noted them down. With this knowledge, mainly with the help of special literature and researchers in other fields she could analyze the traditions of veterniary and human therapeutics. She collected 248 plant names. She could determine 171 plant species from wich 153 have the modes of use in popular healing. The classification of the effect of the used plants in healing was done during the author's evalution of her results on the basis of László Gy. Szabó Teadrugs in phytotherapy. It is Suitable to group the herbs used in popular healing according to the progress of the illness, their effect and taking into consideration the practical aims. Veterinary and human therapeutics cannot be separated clearly. The author noted down about 30 herbs used by veterinary therapeutics and she identified 21 animal disease. She collected them in 3 groups: infection, parasitical, infective. She also about the grouping of the plants according to their habitat and their magical way of use in healing.
Physical Description:172-185
ISBN:963 482 560 5
ISSN:1419-1288