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Ethnobotanical information has been found very useful in the past for the development of potent drugs which are in use in orthodox medical practice (77,78). 46 Herbalists and other indigenous peoples who are sources of this ethnomedical knowledge that is exploited should be acknowledged and adequately compensated. They should be accorded the intellectual property rights (IPRs) over the ethnobotanical information exploited. This will afford them the freedom to use the IPRs as trade-able commodities to enhance their socio-economic status.
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