Contemporary Folk Medicines of India to Combat Human and Veterinary Diseases and Conditions

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Vinay Kumar Singh
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Department of AYUSH, Govt. of India, New Delhi, India

Dr. Shweta
Vermiculture Research Station, Department of Zoology, D.S. College (Affiliated to Dr. B.R. Ambedar University), Aligarh, India

Series: Veterinary Science and Medicine
BISAC: MED004000

Ethno-medicines have gained new dimensions in the present days through phyto-chemical research in India and abroad. Information on medicinal plants and folk drugs recorded during fieldwork is now being subjected to investigation in the search for new biodynamic compounds of therapeutic value. The curative properties of plants acquired by trial and error over centuries in “Human Laboratories” of tribals hold high esteem all over the globe. The present study is based on this rationale and provides first-hand information on some 1120 contemporary ethno-pharmacological prescriptions involving 444 taxa of medicinal plants collected and identified from certain rich tribal inhabited forest zones of the country between 1971-1997. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical )

 

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Foreword

Preface

Chapter-1.Introduction

Chapter-2.Methodology

Chapter-3.Results and Discussion

Chapter-4.Enumeration of Medicinal Folk Drug Plants

Chapter-5.Disease & Condition-wise Grouping of Folk Medicinal Plants

Index to English Names

Index to Local Names

References

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Audience: Academicians and scientists working on medicinal plants in different universities / colleges and research organizations throughout the world, particularly in the area of ethnobotany, economic botany, medical botany, conservation of medicinal plants, pharmacology, pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemistry and for all those engaged in the search of new therapeutic agents of natural origin for many of the diseases and conditions, thus far, incurable in modern medicine.

 

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