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TRAMIL

Program of Applied Research to Popular Medicine in the Caribbean


 

MISSION: TO VALIDATE SCIENTIFICALLY THE TRADITIONAL USES OF MEDICINAL PLANTS FOR PRIMARY HEALTH CARE.

 

VISION: TO BE THE REFERENCE INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAM IN THE DETECTION, VALIDATION AND DIFFUSION OF THE USES OF MEDICINAL PLANTS THAT IMPACT IN PUBLIC HEALTH.


TRAMIL
is a program/network of applied research for traditional popular medicine in the Caribbean. It aims to rationalize health practices based on the use of medicinal plants. This ethnopharmacological research has been extended to practically all the territories that are related to the Caribbean sea,  throughout the uniform survey metodology.

In these pages you can find information about:

 

 

Objectives of the TRAMIL program

 
Geographical area embraced (interactive map)
 
Brochure (1998, in Spanish)
 
Powerpoint presentation (in French, translation welcome)
 
Survey methodology
 
TRAMIL Workshops
 
Research (TRIGS)
 
Institutions participating in the research
 
Vice-coordinators & other collaborators
 
TRAMIL interactive Directory
 

Other TRAMIL links
 
TRAMIL editorial (in French)
 

Publications (mainly in Spanish)

  Caribbean Philately on Medicinal Plants (pdf)
 

 

Primary Health Care with plants in Panamá (in Spanish)

     
  Estado de conservación plantas TRAMIL (in Spanish)
 

Caribbean Herbal Pharmacopoeia IInd Ed.
Dominican Edition (JBSD & Ministry of Health)(in Spanish)

Nicaragua Ed. (UNAH)

 

CD-Rom Conservation Data Base TRAMIL-GEF 2006 (in Spanish)

e.book:
CARIBBEAN HERBAL PHARMACOPOEIA

 

TRADIF booklet:
Plantas Medicinales Caribeñas para la Atención Primaria (Cuba)
   Rimèd razié (Guadeloupe)


 

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Last update: 05/30/2011