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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part C (2019)

Ethnobotanical investigation of underground rhizome bearing plants at Paachmauli village: Green fragment of Kondaibari forest, Taluka Sakri, Dhule, Maharashtra

Author(s)
Shaikh Faruk Karim, Dr. Sumia Fatima and Jadhav Reena Girdharilal
Abstract
Paachmauli is a green fragment of Kondaibari forest area situated in Taluka Sakri dist. Dhule. Paachi pandava hill is famous and surrounded by dense vegetation. Local farmers, villagers, Bhagats, Maharaj, Boharies, and Vaidus are well known to the ethnomedicinal properties of the plants of this area. Many ethnomedicinal plants practiced in this region. Health of the natives is depending upon practice of the local healers. Rainy season favors growth of many types of underground rhizome bearing plants. These rhizomes collected from the forest area for the ethnomedicinal uses. Five important underground plants are studied in the present paper for their ethnomedicinal uses.
Pages: 170-173  |  305 Views  10 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Shaikh Faruk Karim, Dr. Sumia Fatima and Jadhav Reena Girdharilal. Ethnobotanical investigation of underground rhizome bearing plants at Paachmauli village: Green fragment of Kondaibari forest, Taluka Sakri, Dhule, Maharashtra. International Journal of Applied Research. 2019; 5(1): 170-173.
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