Ethno-medicinal plants of Mizoram

  • 333 Pages
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  • English
Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh , Dehra Dun
StatementH. Lalramnghinglova.
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 333 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23679864M
ISBN 108121102111
LC Control Number2009346100

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The present book on Ethno-medicinal plants of Mizoram is the outcome of my Ph.D. work. The plants of ethnomedicinal value of Tropical Wet Evergreen, Tropical Semi-Evergreen and Montane Sub-Tropical Ethno-medicinal plants of Mizoram book forests are recorded.

These forest types cover 75 Author: H Lalramnghinglova. Mizoram state of India is part of the biodiversity hotspots of the world, the Eastern Himalayan biodiversity hotspot of South Asia which shows roadside rich diversity of flora.

These floras are one of the source of carbon sink along the road and also source of medicinal resources for local villagers. India is world leader in the era of medical pluralism because it has strong evidence based Author: Samar Kumar Banerjee, Mousumi Banerjee, Anjani Kumar Srivastava.

EthnoHerbalist explores the biology, cultural history and health benefits of medicinal plants. Humans have always relied on plants when seeking nutrition and remedies for illness. This makes sense as plants are filled with biologically active chemicals.

Millions of world’s populations rely mainly on medicinal plants as herbal medicine and these plants are cultivated to meet their needs. Chapter 2 Traditionally Used Medicinal Plants Belongs to Family Asteraceae for the Treatment of Cancer in Mizoram, Northeast IndiaAuthor: Birla Kshetrimayum.

TRADITIONAL ETHNO-MEDICINAL PLANTS USE BY THE DARLONG TRIBES IN TRIPURA, NORTHEAST INDIA. 17 Samar Kumar Banerjee et al.: Distribution of Ethno Medicinal Plants Along Some Important Roads: A Case Study of Northern Mizoram modern, social, and economic systems [2]. These factors in totality resulted in disappearance of ethno medicinal plants at regional as well as global scale [3].Author: Samar Kumar Banerjee, Mousumi Banerjee, Anjani Kumar Srivastava.

Checklist Info - Compiling a list of medicinal plants that have generally been or are in use in Mizoram, for the treatment of large number of diseases, has been a part of basic research undertaken by Prof. Lalramnghinglova, Forest Botanist of Environment & Forests Department.

He has documented i. Nagaland to determine the ethno medicinal plants used by Chakhesang tribe in health care. Questionnaires based survey with field observation along informal discussion with village elderly, local healers and key informants was the method adopted for the study.

Plants used for common ailments with their local name, part used, method of File Size: KB. Indian Medicinal Plants. Second Edition, Edited and enlarged by Blatter E, Caius JF and Mhaskar ational Book Distributers, Dehra Dun, Vol 1,pp.

Nile SH and Khobragade CNN. Determination of nutritive value and mineral elements of some important medicinal plants from western part of India. J Med Plants ; ;   Aim of the present study was to document ethnomedicinal plants used against gastrointestinal complaints in five selected remote regions of Pakistan and to select potential medicinal plants for further in vitro and in vivo investigation.

Data on ethnomedicinal plants and ethnographic profile of respondents was documented using semistructured by: Ethno-medicinal knowledge and practices of the Mizo and the medicinal plant species are under serious threat due to various factors. Therefore, urgent attention towards their conserva-tion and.

North East India comprising the states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim lies between 21°34'N to 29°50'N latitude and 87°32'E to 97°52'E. Lalramnghinglova H () Ethno-medicinal plants of Mizoram Sawmliana M () The book of Mizoram plants.

1st eds, Lois Bet, Chandmari, Aizawl. Saikia P,Khan ML () Diversity of medicinal plants and their uses in home gardens of upper Assam, Northeast India. Asian J Cited by: 2. The ethno-medicinal plants play a major role amongst the tribal and rural people in their traditional healthcare system.

Considering the importance of ethno-medicines amongst the tribal people, a study was undertaken to enumerate the ethno-medicinal uses of wild edible fruits among the Mizo tribes of Aizawl district, Mizoram, by:   A cross-sectional study was carried out using a semi-structured questionnaire to document knowledge of 50 traditional healers (40 male and 10 female) in medicinal plant use for treatment of human and livestock ailments.

Descriptive statistics were used to analyze and summarize the ethno-botanical by: World Journal of Science and Technology2(12) ISSN: – Available Online: Medicinal plants used in traditional medicine in Mizoram Rama Shankar 1, M.S.

Rawat 2, R. Majumdar 3, D. Baruah 4 and B.K. Bharali 5 1 Ayurveda Regional Research Institute (CCRAS) Itanagar, India. ethnomedicinal plants in his book Ethno-medicinal plants of Mizoram and Rozika () documented plants along with their uses.

Although we have various workers reporting the ethnomedicinal plant found in the state of Mizoram, no study have been carried out city wise. This study aims at documenting the ethno medicinal plants which. Medicinal Plant Books. The Cross Name Index to Medicinal Plants in four volumes.

Author - Anthony R. Torkelson, Ph.D. Researchers of medicinal plants often find unfamiliar references to herbs when reading through ethnobotanical literature. Very often, they are familiar with the plant but not with the name used in.

Lalramnghinglova () published a book “Handbook of Common Trees of Mizoram” and carried out Ethno-botanically important plants in different forest areas and published a book on “Ethno-Medicinal plants of Mizoram” in Sawmliana () recorded about plant species from Size: 1MB.

Ethno Medicinal Value The poro apong is likewise utilized in different infirmities including loose bowels, body pain, and so on. Appropriate amount of poro helps in increasing the sweat and accordingly removing the additional warmth from the body and thus this drink is utilized ideally in the sweltering summer season (Table ).Author: Biman Bhuyan, Prakash Rajak.

Plants have traditionally been used for treatment of human and livestock ailments in Ethiopia by different ethnic and social groups. However, this valuable source of knowledge is not adequately documented, which impedes their widespread use, evaluation and validation. Here, we recorded indigenous knowledge and standard practices for human and livestock disease control, of Cited by: Ethno-Medicinal Importance of Some Selected Plants Used For the Treatment of Ruminant Animal Diseases in Ekiti State, Nigeria.

Olanipekun M. K and Dr. Tedela P. O Ekiti – State University, Ado- Ekiti, Nigeria. Department of Plant Size: KB. Ethno medicinal plants used for oral health care in India Pradeep Kumar R ABSTRACT Scientific investigation of medicinal plants is essential because of their contribution to healthcare. It is also necessary to document the information about the knowledge of traditional medicines before it.

Present paper offers considerable information on traditional uses of medicinal plants by the inhabitants of Hafizabad district, Punjab-Pakistan. This is the first quantitative ethnobotanical study from the area comprising popularity level of medicinal plant species intendedby using relative popularity level (RPL) and rank order priority (ROP) otanical data were collected by Cited by: The present study deals with the first-hand information of ethno-medicinal plants which are used traditionally by the Ralte tribes of Mizoram.

The treatment includes various ailments such as hypertension, tuberculosis, rheumatism,Cited by: 1. Medicinal applications Elaeagnus caudata Schlecht. (Family: Elaegnaceae): The fruit is taken as a health tonic (Kala, ).The extract of the fruit or stem bark is mixed with Piper longum and is taken daily for weeks to cure jaundice and other liver troubles (Shankar et al., ).The roots are boiled and the water is taken orally to expel the retained placenta.

Plants were tabulated in the order of botanical name, family, local name,part used and ethno medicinal uses. The plants were distributed into the growth forms, trees, shrubs and herbs.

Herbs were found ethno medicinally more dominant followed by trees and shrubs respectively. Keywords:Ramnagar, Ethno-medicinal, Taxa, Lamiaceae, Fabaceae 1. A survey of Ethno-Medicinal plants used by the Mishing people was conducted from J to February, in the Mishing populated areas of Dhemaji district of Assam.

The survey aimed at identifying the plants used in the general pharmacopoeia among the Mishing communities also using interviews with house wives and mothers who have a richFile Size: KB. AMP Where % Pm is the percentage of plants in respect of total plants of the country, used for medicinal preparations and AMP the Average number of Medicinal Preparation per plant8.

Results and discussion The plants identified are listed with botanical name/ family/ local name(s) and plant parts used (Table 1).Cited by: 5. Mayurbhanj, a hilly district, is rich in ethno medicinal plants.

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In the present paper 58 plant species belonging to 34 families used in folk medicine have been documented. Due to poor condition of modern healthcare facilities and poverty, indigenous people of the district fully or partially depend on local medicinal plants. An attempt has been made to document traditional knowledge from the.

Ethno-Medicinal Plants used in East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh, India Divya K*, N. Mary Roja and S. B. Padal Department of Botany, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, A.P, India Corresponding author* Divya K Research Scholar Department of Botany, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, A.P, India E-mail: [email protected] 1."Ethno medicinal uses of some plants of Mahabubnagar district, Andhra Pradesh, India".

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Maheswari Edition: Ethnobotany and medicinal plants of Indian subcontinent, pp: Lashari, M.S. (); "Traditional and modern medicine - is a marriage possible?" WHO Forum, 5, pp (Figure 2). The plants were identified by using standard monographs and flora (Bhandari, ; Sharma, ) Ethno medicinal information about the plants was collected on the basis of f r eq unt iv w shl ocapy gd system of medicine, villagers, priests and tribal folks.

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