- "Nairland Forum." Nigerian Forum. N.p., n.d. Web . 13 Mar .2017 .
This source was useful, because it had many of our questions answered, we would consider this a reliability, because of how trustworthy the source was."Traditionally, medicine men were simply men who had grown familiar with the environment and had learned how to use its abundant resources to treat and solve man's problems. Prior to the days of penicillin and antibiotics, medicine men were the only sources of medicinal healing, and thus they became highly regarded, valued, and powerful."
- Abdullah's, Ali Arazeem. "Trends and challenges of Traditional Medicine in Africa." Africans Journal of Tradtional, Complementary, and Alternative Medicines. African Networks on Ethnomedicines, 2011 . Web. Mar . 2017 .
This source was useful, because it gave lots of information on the challenges the Igbo people had. We would consider this to be a validity source, because it gave logical information ."The impact of colonialism on African traditional medicine is also examined. Although the paper is on Africa, references are drawn around the world to buttress the growing demand for traditional medicine."
- System, Independent Computer. "Igbo Medicine. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Mar. 2017.
This source was useful, because it talked about how the Dibia was and how he/she worked its was of healing. We would consider this to be a validity source, because it gave us logical information about something."A healer or dibia in Igbo parlance of all ramifications; whose call, initiations and trainings ally with Igbo customs and traditions obviously performs the duties of a healer. This includes good mastery of the field forces of the land, water, forest, ancestral sphere and kinship. One is a healer when one is having a good knowledge of all forms of misfortune, their sources, and ways of redressing them. "