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The Medicinal And Diet Base Value Of Stinging Nettle (urtica Masaica) To The Rural And Urban Livelihoods Within Aberdare And Mt Kenya Forest Landscapes
In the last 15-20 years, the need to develop management strategies for non-wood forest resources have drastically increased. The aim of this study was to document the role of stinging nettle in the diet-base and medicinal world among the rural and urban population within Aberdare and Mt Kenya forest landscapes. Stratified random sampling designed was used, questionnaires were administered to communities living within the urban, slum and rural areas. DMRT test showed significant differences on extraction of the forest products (P<0.05), consumption of nettle products (P < 0.5), diseases cured (P < 0.05) and administration of nettle products (P<0.05).
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