STUDY OF THE PHENOMENON OF DEPLETION OF MEDICINAL AND AROMATIC PLANTS IN THE ROSARY REGION
Journal: Environment & Ecosystem Science (EES)
Author: Mabrouka Suleiman Muhammad Al-Hamali
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The study targeted medicinal and aromatic plants in the Al-Wardia region located in the Green Mountain in northeastern Libya, where the plants in them were counted and the most commonly used medicinal and aromatic plants in folk medicine were evaluated, and 70 types of medicinal plants were collected in the study area. Through a survey of these plants and their distribution to the local population and perfumers within the study area and the application of statistical analysis, it was found that the most used medicinal and aromatic plants are Thymus capitatus L, Salvia fruticosa L, Retama raetum (Forsk.) Webb, Helichrysum stoechas (L.) Monch., Peganum hamala L, Chamomilla aurea (Loefl.) Gax ex Cossn & kralik . Ziziphus lotus (L.) lam Salvia fruticosa L Ceratonia siliqua L. Helichrysum stoechas (L.) Monch The study Where the study showed that the estimated quantities sold of them ranged from the apple and the Shahi apple per year, which is equivalent to its value 3000,2400 dl, in addition to knowing its anatomical structure using the Libyan flora.