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This study aimed to investigate the extent to which the increasing demand for medicinal plant and the resulting pressure on local cultivators to meet the demand impact upon cultivation and gathering practices of such plants.
The specific focus is on the social practices of cultivation and gathering of medicinal plants in Ebenhaezer, a small-scale peri-urban town in Matzikama in the Western Cape Province in South Africa.
Although cultivation and gathering of medicinal plants are not an active social practice in this particular area, some still utilize it for medicinal purposes.
Melissa Louw pursued her academic career in 2004.Her majors were and still is Psychology and Sociology.
She is currently a Master Degree holder in Advanced Sociology and previously completed her B.A.
Psychology, Honors in Sociology and Diploma in Public Health at the University of the Western Cape, Cape Town.
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