International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 3, Part B (2017)
Ethnomedicinal study of Gadchiroli reserve forests Maharashtra
Chandrakant B Shende
The ethnobotanical studies of plants used by tribals, vaidu (Local ayurvedic practitioners and local peoples were carried out from reserving forest region of Gadchiroli, Maharashtra state, India. The study revealed that there are a number of species occurring in the area that are utilized to cure various diseases like diabetes, jaundice, asthma, blood pressure, obesity, stomach disorder kidney trouble and also to protect from snake bite. The 36 plant species used for human health care are enumerated in tabular form with their correct scientific and local names with families. The paper highlights uses of 36 ethnomedicinal plants traditionally utilized by tribals of Godchiroli forest area.
How to cite this article:
Chandrakant B Shende. Ethnomedicinal study of Gadchiroli reserve forests Maharashtra. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(3):100-102.