Bio. 11 – Indigenous Plants

January 12, 2021

Citefast – use this online resource to create your bibliography

Suggestions of programs that you can use to create your brochure:
 – MS Word: open a new document & choose a brochures template
– MS Publisher:  open a new document & choose a brochures template

 – Canva – need to sign up for account
Piktochart  – need to sign up for account
Adobe Spark – need to sign up for account

Gale Virtual Books – overview of the topic

Global Issues in Context  – excellent place to start

Science in Context – excellent place to start

WebPath Express
– click on WebPath Express on the left side menu
– put in the search term

World Book Advanced – good overview of the topic

Aboriginal Medicine & Healing Practices – UBC

Aboriginal Sacred Plants: Sage – also has information on sweetgrass, red cedar and tobacco

Aboriginal traditional healing – Canadian Cancer Society

Ethnobotany: Patterns in Relationships

First Nations Traditional Plants & Uses – Stepping Stones 

Healing Power of Plants

Indigenous Medicines – Canadian Encyclopedia

Indigenous Plant Uses and Reconciliation through Restoration of Spapeyeq (Stanley Park)

List of Important Medicinal Plants and Their Uses – Odisha Forest Development Corporation Ltd

Medicine in your backyard: How Indigenous peoples have used medicinal plants – CBC News

Plant and Herbal Remedies – iPortal

Top 15 Most Powerful Medicinal Plants – TMW

Traditional Healing – First Nations Health Authority

Traditional Medicine for Canada’s Indigenous People – Raymond Obomsawin Ph.Dm (2007)

Uses of Plants among Indigenous Peoples in Canada – Canadian Encyclopedia

What are the native medicinal plants of Bowker Creek? (Learning Portal Royal BC Museum)