International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Special Issue 3, Part F (2017)
Ethnomedicinal plant diversity and its uses by ethnic groups like Gond, Bhill and Korku
Ethnomedicinal knowledge is very ancient in India. There has been a rapid rise in interest in Ethnomedicinal studies is recent years mainly because of search for potentially new medicine and economic plants and secondly because of the need of conservations and utilization of plants resources found in tribal areas for social and economical development. The Satpuda ranges has a large population of tribals like Gond, Korku, Bhill etc. They have their own customs and traditions. Their knowledge regarding plant surrounding in rich. They totally dependent on forest for their livelihood. This knowledge should be used for welfare of society and further generation.
How to cite this article:
Badgujar. Ethnomedicinal plant diversity and its uses by ethnic groups like Gond, Bhill and Korku . International Journal of Applied Research. 2017; 3(3S): 177-179.