International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Special Issue 3, Part B (2017)
Plants Used In Ethno-Veterinary Medicines by Tribal Peoples in Betul District, Madhya Pradesh, India
The paper highlights some commonly used ethnoveterinary medicines for domestic animals to treat ailment. The data was gathered from ethnic people specially Gond and Korku in the tribal pockets of Betul district. A total 24 species belonging to 24 genera, representing to 14 families as employed for 24 types of animal diseases. The species, family and vernacular name, plant part (s), drug preparation, mode of administration are studied.
How to cite this article:
OS Deshmukh, VU Pochhi. Plants Used In Ethno-Veterinary Medicines by Tribal Peoples in Betul District, Madhya Pradesh, India. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(3S):34-39.