Etnopharmacology Observation of Medicinal Plant/Traditional Medicinal Ingredient for Dyslipidemia Treatment in West Java Local Wisdom

Guswan Wiwaha, Sarifudin Niken Budiastuti, Diana Krisanti Jasaputra, Enny Rohmawaty, Vycke Yunivita KD, Elvy Muchtar

Abstract


Introduction: SP3T (Sentra Pengembangan Penerapan Pengobatan Tradisional) West Java traditional medicinal plants to identify efficacious anti-dyslipidemia, because (1) Indonesia has a wealth of medicinal plant materials, (2) provisions of the Government of Indonesia to improve the utilization of medicinal plants and its data base, (3) and an increase in the use of plant drugs in the world.

Objective: to know the use of medicinal plants by traditional healers (BATTRA) for dyslipidemia. Methods: This study identifies plants used by BATTRA to proceed with study dyslipidemia etnofarmakologis through in-depth interviews with community leaders and resource practitioners / academics universities (anthropologist, botanical expert and sociologist) to acquire pharmaceutical products containing indigenous Sundanese Society.

Results: The term dyslipidemia by BATTRA called diseases associated with obesity cholesterol.; Various medicinal herb or plant a single drug has been used by such BATTRA: betel leaf and Mahkotadewa (Sukabumi), bitter, antanan, temuputih, ginger, and honey habbatussaudah (Falkirk), celery, white radish, apples, tangerines, and brown sugar (Sumedang), the main quality of green tea, the leaves mimbau, Culan girlfriend, ginger, ginger and turmeric (Cimahi), SATEKOLA 'which consisted of a bitter, ginger, komprey, and pepper (Tasikmalaya), antanan, leaves gods, and continued life (Bekasi), noni seeds (Indramayu), mangosteen (Garut). Conclusions antanan plants, continued life and leaves gods agreed as medicinal plants / herbs that are indigenous Sundanese community in West Java.


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