Uso popular de plantas medicinais como recurso terapêutico em Santa Cruz – RN.

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Autor(a) principal: Santos, Mikaella Hayanne Medeiros dos Santos
Data de Publicação: 2017
Tipo de documento: Trabalho de conclusão de curso
Idioma: por
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Resumo: Introduction: Medicinal plants have been used for diseases treatment or any health impairment and over the years, more researches have been performed to improve knowledge on the chemical constitution of these plants and, from this, the phytotherapy was created. Objectives: To evaluate the popular knowledge and indication of use of aroeira, angico and coconut oil in the cure of health conditions. Methodology: This is a cross-sectional and prospective quantitative field research conducted with adults and seniors costumers of a popular fair that use or used coconut oil, aroeira and angico. A pre-structured form in the "Likert Scale" format was developed and applied. Chi-square and Fisher's exact tests were then applied for statistical analysis. Results: Two-hundred-five participated with the majority of women and the elderly in both sexes. The phitotherapy was most used in monthly frequency (55.2%), being the coconut oil most used. The main source of information about herbal medicine was relatives (65%) and health non-professionals (2.4%), and the income and schooling are related to this issue. For the three herbal medicines, there were indications for respiratory infections, being coconut oil more used in its pure form and aroeira and angico both are prepared by infusion of the bark and with all having few reports of contradictions and side effects. Conclusion: Health education is necessary in the analyzed group, since they use herbal medicines on their own and with little guidance by health professionals. This can lead to masks of disease symptoms, drug interactions and possible major intoxications.
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spelling Santos, Mikaella Hayanne Medeiros dos SantosJanaína Paula Costa da SilvaBarbosa, Isabelle RibeiroAraújo, Rodrigo Serafim deSilva, Dany Geraldo Kramer Cavalcanti e2017-06-29T13:19:59Z2021-09-20T14:06:25Z2017-06-282013030038SANTOS, Mikaella Hayanne Medeiros dos. Uso popular de plantas medicinais como recurso terapêutico em Santa Cruz – RN. 2017. 29 f. Monografia (Graduação) - Curso de Nutrição, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Santa Cruz, 2017.https://repositorio.ufrn.br/handle/123456789/34780Introduction: Medicinal plants have been used for diseases treatment or any health impairment and over the years, more researches have been performed to improve knowledge on the chemical constitution of these plants and, from this, the phytotherapy was created. Objectives: To evaluate the popular knowledge and indication of use of aroeira, angico and coconut oil in the cure of health conditions. Methodology: This is a cross-sectional and prospective quantitative field research conducted with adults and seniors costumers of a popular fair that use or used coconut oil, aroeira and angico. A pre-structured form in the "Likert Scale" format was developed and applied. Chi-square and Fisher's exact tests were then applied for statistical analysis. Results: Two-hundred-five participated with the majority of women and the elderly in both sexes. The phitotherapy was most used in monthly frequency (55.2%), being the coconut oil most used. The main source of information about herbal medicine was relatives (65%) and health non-professionals (2.4%), and the income and schooling are related to this issue. For the three herbal medicines, there were indications for respiratory infections, being coconut oil more used in its pure form and aroeira and angico both are prepared by infusion of the bark and with all having few reports of contradictions and side effects. Conclusion: Health education is necessary in the analyzed group, since they use herbal medicines on their own and with little guidance by health professionals. This can lead to masks of disease symptoms, drug interactions and possible major intoxications.Introdução: Plantas medicinais têm sido utilizadas para o tratamento de doenças ou qualquer acometimento à saúde e, com o passar dos anos, mais pesquisas se voltaram ao aprofundamento do conhecimento sobre constituição química destas plantas e, a partir disso nasceu a fitoterapia. Objetivos: Avaliar o conhecimento popular sobre uso da aroeira, angico e óleo de coco na cura das afecções de saúde. Metodologia: Trata-se de uma pesquisa de campo quantitativa do tipo transversal e prospectiva realizada com adultos e idosos participantes de uma feira livre que usam ou usaram o óleo de coco, aroeira e angico. Para isso foi construído e aplicado um formulário pré-estruturado e foram então aplicados os testes qui-quadrado e exato de Fisher para análise estatística. Resultados: Participaram 205 pessoas com maioria de mulheres e idosos em ambos os sexos. A fitoterapia foi mais utilizada na frequência mensal (55,2%), sendo o óleo de coco o mais utilizado. A principal fonte de informação sobre a fitoterapia foram os parentes (65%) e não profissinais de saúde (2,4%) e a renda e a escolaridade estão relacionadas a essa questão. Para os três fitoterápicos, houveram indicações para afecções respiratórias, sendo o óleo de coco utilizado puramente e a aroeira e o angico preparados por infusão da casca e com todos possuindo poucos relatos de contraindicações e efeitos indesejáveis. Conclusão: A educação em saúde se faz necessária junto ao grupo analisado, uma vez que utilizam os fitoterápicos por conta própria e pouca orientação por profissionais de saúde, fato este que pode acarretar em mascaramentos de sintomas de doenças, interações com medicamentos e possíveis intoxicações importantes.2020-07-26Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do NorteUFRNBrasilNutriçãoplantas medicinais; medicina tradicional; fitoterapiamedicinal plants; traditional medicine; phytotherapyUso popular de plantas medicinais como recurso terapêutico em Santa Cruz – RN.Popular use of medicinal plants as a therapeutic resource in Santa Cruz – RN.info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersioninfo:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesisinfo:eu-repo/semantics/embargoedAccessporreponame:Repositório Institucional da UFRNinstname:Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN)instacron:UFRNTEXTUsoPopularPlantasMedicinais_Santos_2017.pdf.txtExtracted texttext/plain48528https://repositorio.ufrn.br/bitstream/123456789/34780/1/UsoPopularPlantasMedicinais_Santos_2017.pdf.txt5db287c243046c2e32ca7b77c0d086ecMD51ORIGINALUsoPopularPlantasMedicinais_Santos_2017.pdfArtigo científicoapplication/pdf500965https://repositorio.ufrn.br/bitstream/123456789/34780/2/UsoPopularPlantasMedicinais_Santos_2017.pdf014ec6e0a5f9092ae8a52316372b64f3MD52LICENSElicense.txttext/plain756https://repositorio.ufrn.br/bitstream/123456789/34780/3/license.txta80a9cda2756d355b388cc443c3d8a43MD53123456789/347802024-03-19 01:03:19.368oai:https://repositorio.ufrn.br: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ório de PublicaçõesPUBhttp://repositorio.ufrn.br/oai/opendoar:2024-03-19T04:03:19Repositório Institucional da UFRN - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN)false
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dc.title.alternative.pr_BR.fl_str_mv Popular use of medicinal plants as a therapeutic resource in Santa Cruz – RN.
title Uso popular de plantas medicinais como recurso terapêutico em Santa Cruz – RN.
spellingShingle Uso popular de plantas medicinais como recurso terapêutico em Santa Cruz – RN.
Santos, Mikaella Hayanne Medeiros dos Santos
plantas medicinais; medicina tradicional; fitoterapia
medicinal plants; traditional medicine; phytotherapy
title_short Uso popular de plantas medicinais como recurso terapêutico em Santa Cruz – RN.
title_full Uso popular de plantas medicinais como recurso terapêutico em Santa Cruz – RN.
title_fullStr Uso popular de plantas medicinais como recurso terapêutico em Santa Cruz – RN.
title_full_unstemmed Uso popular de plantas medicinais como recurso terapêutico em Santa Cruz – RN.
title_sort Uso popular de plantas medicinais como recurso terapêutico em Santa Cruz – RN.
author Santos, Mikaella Hayanne Medeiros dos Santos
author_facet Santos, Mikaella Hayanne Medeiros dos Santos
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dc.contributor.referees1.none.fl_str_mv Barbosa, Isabelle Ribeiro
dc.contributor.referees2.none.fl_str_mv Araújo, Rodrigo Serafim de
dc.contributor.author.fl_str_mv Santos, Mikaella Hayanne Medeiros dos Santos
dc.contributor.advisor-co1.fl_str_mv Janaína Paula Costa da Silva
dc.contributor.advisor1.fl_str_mv Silva, Dany Geraldo Kramer Cavalcanti e
contributor_str_mv Janaína Paula Costa da Silva
Silva, Dany Geraldo Kramer Cavalcanti e
dc.subject.pr_BR.fl_str_mv plantas medicinais; medicina tradicional; fitoterapia
medicinal plants; traditional medicine; phytotherapy
topic plantas medicinais; medicina tradicional; fitoterapia
medicinal plants; traditional medicine; phytotherapy
description Introduction: Medicinal plants have been used for diseases treatment or any health impairment and over the years, more researches have been performed to improve knowledge on the chemical constitution of these plants and, from this, the phytotherapy was created. Objectives: To evaluate the popular knowledge and indication of use of aroeira, angico and coconut oil in the cure of health conditions. Methodology: This is a cross-sectional and prospective quantitative field research conducted with adults and seniors costumers of a popular fair that use or used coconut oil, aroeira and angico. A pre-structured form in the "Likert Scale" format was developed and applied. Chi-square and Fisher's exact tests were then applied for statistical analysis. Results: Two-hundred-five participated with the majority of women and the elderly in both sexes. The phitotherapy was most used in monthly frequency (55.2%), being the coconut oil most used. The main source of information about herbal medicine was relatives (65%) and health non-professionals (2.4%), and the income and schooling are related to this issue. For the three herbal medicines, there were indications for respiratory infections, being coconut oil more used in its pure form and aroeira and angico both are prepared by infusion of the bark and with all having few reports of contradictions and side effects. Conclusion: Health education is necessary in the analyzed group, since they use herbal medicines on their own and with little guidance by health professionals. This can lead to masks of disease symptoms, drug interactions and possible major intoxications.
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