The study aimed to evaluate the efficacy of ipil-ipil (Leucaena leucocephala, Lam. de Wit), betel nut (Areca catechu L.), and papaya (Carica papaya Linn.) seeds as anthelmintic in Darag native chicken. The study utilized 165 Darag native chickens subjected to a 3 x 3 factorial experiment in Randomized Complete Block Design with three replications. Two factors were considered: (A) the kind of ethnobotanical dewormer (Ipil ipil, Betel nut or Papaya) and (B) the dosages (2 g, 4 g, or 6 g/ kg BW). T- test was used to compare the efficacy with the commercial dewormer. Data on the efficacy of the ethnobotanicals were obtained by getting the percent reduction of egg per gram (EPG) count before the administration of experimental treatments and on the 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th day post treatment. F-test and Duncan Multiple Range Test interpreted at 5% and 1% levels of significance were used for statistical analysis. Results showed that the ethnobotanical dewormers under study can significantly reduce the EPG count of roundworms of Darag native chickens. A dosage of 6 g/kg BW of the three ethnobotanicals is effective in controlling gastrointestinal helminths. The efficacy of the kind of ethnobotanical is dependent to the dosage on the 21st and 28th day post treatment. The higher the dosage, the more effective is the ethnobotanical. The ipil-ipil, betel nut and papaya seed powder were found to have a comparable percent reduction of EPG count with the commercial dewormer.