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Title Whose plants are they, anyway? / una coproduction Lieurac Productions, Nanook, Simple Production and Tag/Traum Filmprodukion ; un film de Michéle Decoust et Basile Sallustio.
Imprint Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, [2006]

Series Plant wars : a global view of natural medicine
Plant wars : a global view of natural medicine.
Subject Laboratoire Pierre-Fabre.
Pranarom International.
Peruvian Society for Ecological Rights.
Medicinal plants -- Economic aspects.
Medicinal plants -- Patents.
Medicinal plants -- Peru -- Patents.
Herbs -- Therapeutic use.
Materia medica, Vegetable.
Traditional medicine.
Pharmaceutical industry -- International cooperation.
Cancer -- Treatment.
AIDS (Disease) -- Treatment.
Maca (Plant) -- Therapeutic use.
Alt Name Decoust, Michèle.
Sallustio, Basile.
Le Bayon, François.
Lepaige, Hugues.
Pitchen, Philippe.
Donatini, Bruno.
Cousin, Germaine.
Willem, Jean-Pierre.
Baudoux, Dominique.
Grandi, Maurizio.
Vũ, Văn Chuyên.
Ruiz, Manuel.
Aguirre, Begonia Vernero.
Lieurac Productions.
Nanook (Firm)
Simple Production (Firm)
Tag/Traum Filmproduktion.
Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Description 1 videodisc (52 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details DVD.
Note In English and various languages with English voiceovers.
Performer Narrator, Hugues Lepaige.
Commentary: Philippe Pitchen, Bruno Donatini, Germaine Cousin, Jean-Pierre Willem, Dominique Baudoux, Maurizio Grandi, Vu Van Chuyen, Manuel Ruiz, Begonia Vernero Aguirre.
Credits Realisé par Basile Sallustio ; ecrit par Michéle Decoust & François Le Bayon.
Summary Surveying the vast biodiversity of the medicinal plant world, this program examines the challenges facing countries rich in such natural resources. Presents interviews with numerous alternative health experts, documenting their knowledge in a wide range of herbal and plant-based treatments. It also studies controversies surrounding the patenting of organisms with medicinal potential, such a Peru's maca root -- a clear demonstration that the interests of powerful pharmaceutical companies don't always suit those of indigenous peoples.
Publisher # 35709 Films for the Humanities & Sciences
OCLC # 70286424

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