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RESEARCH OF OF FLORA AND FAUNA THAT BENEFIT HEALTH

TREE supports, promotes and orchestrates research of flora and fauna that can benefit human health. Some of the best remedies, supplements and compounds used today have been derived from nature, presenting vast opportunities to improve healthcare and wellness. For example, only 5% of the plants on earth have been researched for this purpose.  Also, scientists are just beginning to look at venomous species for their potential uses. Many traditional uses have not been scientifically validated. TREE will seek out and accumulate such information with the help of indigenous people, especially in subtropical and tropical areas where traditional “health and wellness” methods still exist.

TROPICAL . RESEARCH . ECOLOGICAL . EXCHANGE

TRADITIONAL MEDICINE RESEARCH CENTER

 Cienfuegos, Cuba

in Cuba

 

The Tree Institute has just begun an exciting new project in Cuba with an amazing collection of medicinal plants. There is a farm in central Cuba that is dedicated to the cultivation and research of native plants with medicinal attributes. The plants cultivated and researched have come from a long history of natural medicine and ethno-botanical tradition in Cuba.  The TREE Institute is currently developing a strategy to inventory and document the activities on this finca as a basis to begin the systematic analysis of the biochemistry of the plant material.

THE MANTANZAS PHARMACY MUSEUM PROJECT Mantanzas,Cuba TREE in conjunction with Cubans digitized this entire facility’s objects and records, which included over 500,000 prescriptions dating back to the 1800’s. This was done in order that scientists can reviews the uses of the plant extracts and interpret them for potential new use today.

Neurosciences Research Center

in Cuba

 

TREE will bring together neurologists, neuro-surgeons and researchers in this field to share information.

 

Research of plants that benefit human health in Haiti Haiti is rich in traditional use of plants to heal. TREE has been invited to research the plants and develop a plan to validate such uses.

Research of plants that benefit human health

in Southeast Cuba

 

TREE is supporting independent scientists to research plants that could benefit human health, currently being used by indigenous people in the Sierra Maestra mountain range area.

 

Research of plants that benefit human health in Colombia TREE has reached out to the indigenous people of Colombia in order to validate their continuous utilization of plants for healing. Scientists have also identified Colombia as one of the top three places in the world for the discovery of new flora and fauna species.

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RESEARCH OF OF FLORA AND FAUNA THAT BENEFIT HEALTH TROPICAL . RESEARCH . ECOLOGICAL . EXCHANGE
THE MANTANZAS PHARMACY MUSEUM PROJECT Mantanzas,Cuba TREE in conjunction with Cubans digitized this entire facility’s objects and records, which included over 500,000 prescriptions dating back to the 1800’s. This was done in order that scientists can reviews the uses of the plant extracts and interpret them for potential new use today.
Research of plants that benefit human health in Haiti Haiti is rich in traditional use of plants to heal. TREE has been invited to research the plants and develop a plan to validate such uses.
Research of plants that benefit human health in Colombia TREE has reached out to the indigenous people of Colombia in order to validate their continuous utilization of plants for healing. Scientists have also identified Colombia as one of the top three places in the world for the discovery of new flora and fauna species.
RESEARCH OF OF FLORA AND FAUNA THAT BENEFIT HEALTH TROPICAL . RESEARCH . ECOLOGICAL . EXCHANGE
THE MANTANZAS PHARMACY MUSEUM PROJECT Mantanzas,Cuba TREE in conjunction with Cubans digitized this entire facility’s objects and records, which included over 500,000 prescriptions dating back to the 1800’s. This was done in order that scientists can reviews the uses of the plant extracts and interpret them for potential new use today.
Research of plants that benefit human health in Haiti Haiti is rich in traditional use of plants to heal. TREE has been invited to research the plants and develop a plan to validate such uses.
Research of plants that benefit human health in Colombia TREE has reached out to the indigenous people of Colombia in order to validate their continuous utilization of plants for healing. Scientists have also identified Colombia as one of the top three places in the world for the discovery of new flora and fauna species.
THE MANTANZAS PHARMACY MUSEUM PROJECT Mantanzas,Cuba TREE in conjunction with Cubans digitized this entire facility’s objects and records, which included over 500,000 prescriptions dating back to the 1800’s. This was done in order that scientists can reviews the uses of the plant extracts and interpret them for potential new use today.
RESEARCH OF OF FLORA AND FAUNA THAT BENEFIT HEALTH
Research of plants that benefit human health in Haiti Haiti is rich in traditional use of plants to heal. TREE has been invited to research the plants and develop a plan to validate such uses.
Research of plants that benefit human health in Colombia TREE has reached out to the indigenous people of Colombia in order to validate their continuous utilization of plants for healing. Scientists have also identified Colombia as one of the top three places in the world for the discovery of new flora and fauna species.
RESEARCH OF OF FLORA AND FAUNA THAT BENEFIT HEALTH
THE MANTANZAS PHARMACY MUSEUM PROJECT Mantanzas,Cuba TREE in conjunction with Cubans digitized this entire facility’s objects and records, which included over 500,000 prescriptions dating back to the 1800’s. This was done in order that scientists can reviews the uses of the plant extracts and interpret them for potential new use today.
Research of plants that benefit human health in Haiti Haiti is rich in traditional use of plants to heal. TREE has been invited to research the plants and develop a plan to validate such uses.
Research of plants that benefit human health in Colombia TREE has reached out to the indigenous people of Colombia in order to validate their continuous utilization of plants for healing. Scientists have also identified Colombia as one of the top three places in the world for the discovery of new flora and fauna species.