Where is the best place to study the field of Medicinal Botany?
I'm looking to major in medicinal botany along with psychology. If there is anyone who could lend even the slightest information, it would be greatly appreciated. Also, to anyone currently in the field, I would be very grateful if I could ask you a few questions, thanks again.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
A popular book on the topic is:
Lewis, Walter H. and Memory R. F. Elvin-
Lewis (2003) Medical Botany: Plants Affecting Human Health.
2nd ed. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ.
There is an online program offered by the Southwest School of Botanical Medicine: http://www.swsbm.com/homepage/
Most colleges/universities that have a Botany department will offer a medical botany course or, more commonly called, ethnobotany. An example of what is covered in one of these courses can be found here: http://www.ars-grin.gov/duke/syllabus/
- Plant NerdetteLv 61 decade ago
The University of Hawaii is the only place in the US that offers a degree in ethnobotany -- their program specializes in special medical training programs in coordination with the School of Allopathic Medicine, Pharmacy, and Nursing and the School of Naturopathic Medicine, Acupuncture, and Herbalism.
You can find out more at their website:Source(s): I dabble in ethnobotany.
- ErikaLv 44 years ago
Agricultural or Conservation technological know-how. Paleobotany is a good one to. lots of sciences are interconnected, in many fields, its particularly perplexing to assert for specific. hopeully, if it is for college, the question is distinctive determination.
- Anonymous1 decade ago