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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 6, Issue 10, Part B (2020)

Ethnobotanical study of traditional medicinal plants used by tribe of Dindori district (M.P.)

Author(s)
Basant Kumar Marko and GS Sandya
Abstract
Ethno-botanical study on traditional medicinal plants was conducted between 2018-2019 in Dindori district of Madhya Pradesh, India and documented different types of traditional medicinal plants used by the indigenous peoples. The study was focused on identifying medicinal plants, disease treated, part of the plant used, methods of preparation, route of administration, ingredients added etc. The data was collected using interview and questionnaires by selecting 16 healers using purposive sampling method. A total of 32 medicinal plant species were collected and identified from the study area for treating various human aliments. The paper enumerates these medicinal plant species belonging to 26 genera and 18 families.
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How to cite this article:
Basant Kumar Marko, GS Sandya. Ethnobotanical study of traditional medicinal plants used by tribe of Dindori district (M.P.). Int J Appl Res 2020;6(10):90-93.
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