4 edition of Ethnomedicinal plants of India found in the catalog.
Ethnomedicinal plants of India
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editor, P.C. Trivedi.|
|Contributions||Trivedi, Pravin Chandra.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 410 p. :|
|Number of Pages||410|
|LC Control Number||2008330700|
Sacred Plants of India lays out the sociocultural roots of the plants found in the Indian subcontinent, while asserting their ecological importance. Informative, thought-provoking, and meticulously researched, this book draws on mythology, botany, and the ancient religious traditions of India to assemble a fascinating account of India’s flora. medicinal plants is reported from Indian Himalaya (Samant et al., ). The unique diversity of medicinal plants in the region is manifested by the presence of a number of native (31%), Endemic (%) and threatened elements (14%) of total Red Data Book plant species of Indian Himalaya Region (Samant et al., ). Shanavaskhan AE,Sivadasan M,Alfarhan Ahmed H,Thomas J. (). Ethnomedicinal aspects of angiospermic epiphytes and parasites of Kerala,India. Indian J Tradit Knowle Balangcod,TD,Balangcod AKD. (). Ethnomedical knowledge of plants and healthcare practices among the Kalanguya tribe in Tinoc,Ifugao,Luzon,: Teodora D Balangcod, Kryssa D Balangcod.
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Anticaries potential of ethnomedicinal plants used by Malayali tribals from Kolli Hills, India Kuppusamy Sekar1, India use many plants for oral healthcare.
The present study documents the dental caries preventing medicinal plants used by them and attempts to validate their claim. An ethnomedicinal surveyAuthor: Kuppusamy Sekar, Kasi Murugan, Perumal Pandikumar, Saleh Al-Sohaibani, Savarimuthu Ignacimuthu.
Ethnomedicinal knowledge of the Indian Himalayas is very interesting because of the wide range of medicinal plants used in traditional medical practice. However, there is a danger Ethnomedicinal plants of India book knowledge being lost because the knowledge sharing is very limited and passed on orally.
The present study is the first ethnomedicinal study in Jakholi area of Rudraprayag district of Cited by: rows Ethnomedicinal knowledge of the Indian Himalayas is very Cited by: Articles on native plant remedies for snake bite cryptogamic ethnomedicinal plants from North East India and native resources used as famine food provides additional information on the subject.
Article on diversity utilization and conservation of medicinal plants of Chitrakoot Region M.P. have added to the value of the book.
Journal of Medicinal Plants Research Full Length Research Paper Ethnomedicinal plants of Chamba district, Himachal Pradesh, India Savita Rani 1, J. Rana 1* and P. Rana 2. Presenting recent discoveries on ethnomedicinal plants around the world, this book focuses on evaluating the progress to date as well as the future potential of drug development in ethnomedicine.
Eight reviews examine therapeutic applications including the spasmolitic effects of various plants, the. Aim of the present study was to document ethnomedicinal plants used against gastrointestinal complaints in five selected remote regions of Pakistan and to select potential medicinal plants for further in vitro and in vivo investigation.
Data on ethnomedicinal plants and ethnographic profile of respondents was documented using semistructured by: The present paper deals with the investigation of traditional knowledge of Ethnomedicinal plants of India book species of medicinal plants used by the Sangtam – Naga tribes in Kiphire district of Nagaland, India for the.
Ethnomedicinal plants of India. Jaipur: Aavishkar Publishers, Distributors, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Pravin Chandra Trivedi. Book Description.
Ethnomedicinal Plants with Therapeutic Properties provides detailed information on locally important medicinal plants, discusses the pharmacological properties of selected medicinal plants, and looks at the phytodrug aspects of selected plants. In 24 important chapters, the volume covers ethnomedicine, pharmacology, and pharmacognosy of selected.
Ethnomedicine is a study or comparison of the traditional medicine based on bioactive compounds in plants and animals and practiced by various ethnic groups, especially those with little access to western medicines, e.g., indigenous these traditions constitute significant interactions with insects as well, in Africa or around the globe.
The word. The objective of present study was to document and preserve ethnomedicinal knowledge use to treat different human ailments by traditional healers of Dera Ismail Khan region, Pakistan. Field work was conducted between February and January using semistructured questionnaires.
Data was collected from traditional healers through questionnaire by: Ethnomedicinal Plants of District Samba of Jammu and Kashmir State (List-II) B.L. Bhellum1and Surat Singh2 1Department of Botany, Govt. Degree College, Kathua - 2Department of Environmental Sciences, Govt.
College, Jammu- Abstract- The paper put on record 35 species representing The aim of this book was to review the current status of ethnomedicinal plants research in light of the surge in the demand for herbal medicine. A great deal of information about the traditional uses of plants is still intact with tribal peoples.
This book focuses on the ethnobotanical survey and ethnopharmacology of medicinal plants as a whole. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ethnomedicinal plants.
Jaipur, India: Pointer Publishers: Distributed by Aavishkar Publishers, Distributors, Tribal Farmers of Surguja, Chhattishgarh: A Case Study on Sugarcane Farming by Mr. Rahul Kumar Tiwari, Dr.
P.K. Jaiswal, Mr. Koushik Roy and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at In this manual, a total of one hundred ethnomedicinal plants of Assam have been incorporated along with family, local name, English name (if any), identifying characters, flowering and fruiting period, part used as well as therapeutic uses.
Photograph of each of the plant has also been included to help the readers for correct : Jitu Buragohain. India is known as the botanical garden of the world, has a great history of medicinal plant utilization, traditional plant-based medicines have always been used to treat liver diseases and jaundice.
In the present work, we focused on medicinal plants used to treat jaundice and liver diseases. About plant species belonging to about 53 families were found to be used. Documentation of Fertility Regulatory Ethnomedicinal Plants used by Tribal’s of Yavatmal District, Maharashtra, India Mukund Dhore1, Dinesh Dabhadkar* 2, Varsha Zade, Manik Dhore3 1Department of Botany, B.B.
Arts, N B. Commerce and. In India, the medicinal plants have a very important bioresource of the richest plant based on ethno-medical traditions. The usage of medicinal plants has been reported in Indian pharmaceutical keycodex, the British and the American pharmacopoeias and in different traditional systems of medicines like Ayurveda, Unani, and by: 2.
Ethnomedicinal richness. A total number of ethnomedicinal species represented by genera and 65 families used by the indigenous communities dwelling in the fringe areas of Chilapatta Reserve Forest were documented (Table 1).Out of these, species were plants and one was fungus (Ganoderma lucidum).Among these total species Cited by: ix FA Foreword At first glance, “A Guide to Medicinal Plants: An Illustrated, Scientific and Medicinal Approach” appears to be a medical compendium of plants intended as a guide and reference resource for professionals in the field.
To my delight and I am sure of anyone who picks up this book, I discovered it contains nug. Quantitative ethnomedicinal study of plants used in the Nelliyampathy hills of Kerala, India out of which more than plants have medicinal values in India.
India is inhabited by more than ethnic/tribal communities, consisting about 8% of the total population of the country. Dipak MukherjieA Hand Book of Ethnobotany.
Kalyani Cited by: earliest recorded information on medicinal plants 2. India is one of the 17 mega biodiversity countries in the world. It has plant species, out of which plants have medicinal values 3.
In India, plants have been used for medicinal purposes since ancient time, as mentioned in Ayurveda 4. The luxurious. The book on ‘Ethnomedicinal Plants of Maring Tribe, Manipur' is first of its kind among the Maring people.
The study is primarily based on the survey on the use of ethno-medicines by the Maring tribe of Manipur in curing and healing various ailments, sicknesses and Author: Cheithou Charles Yuhlung. Kashmir, India existence have formed from plants. The plants remain to offer mankind with new medicines.
beneficial The traditional medicine practice is widespread in China, India, Japan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Thailand. About 40% of t pharmaceuticals and drugs and industrial raw materials etc. For the development of new drug discoveryFile Size: KB.
books likes "Ethnobotany and Medicinal Plants of India and Nepal", "Indian Folk Medicines and other plant based products" and "Phytotherapeutic Wisdom of Indian aboriginal/rurals".
The present book "Ethnomedicinal Know-How of Indian Tribals" is next in. About this book. Presenting recent discoveries on ethnomedicinal plants around the world, this book focuses on evaluating the progress to date as well as the future potential of drug development in ethnomedicine.
Town University, Panikhaiti, Guwahati, Assam, India. Collection of plant materials For the present study five native plants of north east India with known medicinal property were collected from different locations of NE India.
The plant materials were washed under running water, cut into pieces; air dried. Ecological and Ethnomedicinal Values of Sacred Plants in Some Major Temples of Bhopal, India Aadil Mir1, Vipin Vyas2, Pradeep Shrivastava1, Abhilasha Bhawsar1 and Manzoor Ahmad Bhat1* 1Department of Environmental Sciences and Limnology, Barkatullah University, Bhopal, India 2Department of Biosciences, Barkatullah University, Bhopal, India.
Ethnomedicinal Plants Used as Medicine by the Kurumba Tribals in Pennagaram Region, Dharmapuri District of Tamil Nadu, India C. Alagesaboopathi Department of Botany, Government Arts College (Autonomous), Salem - Tamilnadu, India. INTRODUCTION India is endowed with a rich wealth of medicinal plants.
Mizoram is hot spot of plant biodiversity and treasure for several medicinal plants. The elders of Mizoram use several plants for medicinal purposes and treatment of many human present study was undertaken to document the ethnomedicinal uses of twenty plants and analyse their phytochemical by: 2.
Plants Used as Ethnomedicine by the Thengal Kacharies of Assam, India Dutta ML N.N.S. College, Titabar, Assam, India ABSTRACT An account of the ethnomedicinal usage of 20 plants species among the Thengal Kacharies of Assam, an aboriginal tribe presently found in Titabar region of Assam, India. Keywords: Ethnomedicine, Thengal kacharies, Assam Author: Dutta Ml.
Ethnomedicinal Plants with Therapeutic Properties provides detailed information on locally important medicinal plants, discusses the pharmacological properties of selected medicinal plants, and looks at the phytodrug aspects of selected plants.
In 24 important chapters, the volume covers ethnomedicine, pharmacology, and pharmacognosy of selected : V. Mohan, A. Doss, P.H. Tresina. “ Sacred Plants of India is a well-researched book on tree worship in India, written by two respected and experienced professionals in the field, Nandita Krishna and M.
Amritalingam.” “ Tattvãloka presents in the following pages edited extracts from the first two sections of the book. The book has chapters on each of the sacred plants.
Antimicrobial activity of 18 ethnomedicinal plant extracts were evaluated against nine bacterial strains (Bacillus subtilis, Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus epidermidis, Enterococcus faecalis, Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumonia, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Ervinia sp, Proteus vulgaris) and one fungal strain (Candida albicans).
The collected ethnomedicinal Cited by: plants, and to know the potential and values of medicinal plants for the improvement of health and hygiene through eco-friendly systems. Several works on medicinal plants in relation to their utilization and conservation have been conducted in many parts of India Manipur, a state in North East India (23º50′ toCited by: 78 Raju Sathiyaraj et al.: Diversity of Ethnomedicinal Plants in Bodamalai Hills Eastern Ghats, Namakkal District, Tamil Naduof all Pharmaceutical medicines are of plant origin, wherein maximum of 20 traditional healers, and village elders whofungi and bacteria are also included.
The present study was carried out in Himachal Pradesh of the Western Himalayas, India to obtain information on the wild edible plants used by the migratory shepherds. The shepherds started their migration in July from Chitkul, Rakchham, Batseri, Sangla and Kamru of district Kinnaur (Himachal Pradesh).
Questionnaire for the survey, personal field visits and participatory Cited by: 1. production of medicinal plants, which grow naturally in the study area, are to be found lethargic. Finding out the economic value of ethno-medicinal plants is a holistic approach indeed and use of those plants as industrial inputs except cinchona and some others is undiscovered to the Size: 78KB.
The present study deals with the nutritional value of the 40 ethnomedicinal plants which are used as wild edible vegetable. All these plants have also significant ethnomedicinal values. The study shows that these ethnomedicinal plant species are rich in source of nutrient for the people of North-East : Chandan Tamuly.- Buy Ethnomedicinal Plants Phytochemistry and Pharmacological Profile book online at best prices in India on Read Ethnomedicinal Plants Phytochemistry and Pharmacological Profile book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : H P Sharma.1.
Introduction to Medicinal plants. Page 6 India has one of the richest plant medical traditions in the world. It is the tradition that is of remarkable contemporary relevance for ensuring health security to the teeming millions.
There are estimated to be aro effective plant-based formulations, are used in folkFile Size: KB.