Utilization of Toga (Family Medicinal Plants) During the Covid -19 Pandemic in Tebas Gondangwetan Pasuruan Village
TOGA stands for Family Medicinal Plant. Family medicinal plants are culturally produced plants that are efficacious as medicine. Family Medicinal Plants are essentially a piece of land either in the yard of the house, garden or field used to cultivate plants that are efficacious as medicine in order to meet the family's needs for medicines, and can then be distributed to the community. . The purpose of this activity is to increase public knowledge, especially the village of gondangwetan pasuruan in the use of family medicine as an effort to increase immunity in the midst of the Covid 19 pandemic. The method used in this study is qualitative descriptive, namely to find out the types of family medicinal plants and how to process them as drugs. The first stage is to provide counseling on the definition, benefits of family medicinal plants as an effort to increase immunity. For the second stage, it provides an explanation of how to process. The results of this study residents know the benefits of family medicinal plants and how to process them, knowing how to plant family medicinal plants on narrow land.
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