Ethnobotanical Survey In Different Mandals Of Adilabad District, Andhra Pradesh, India

Ethnobotanical Survey In Different Mandals Of Adilabad District, Andhra Pradesh, India

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Author(s): Dr. Estari Mamidala, Prasad Paindla, Rajendra Chary Vijayagiri

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Abstract

Ethno botanical surveys were conducted from October, 2011 through September, 2012 in the Jannaram, Kaddam, Utnoor and Indravelly, mandals of Adilabad district, Andhra Pradesh, India. Information on 40 angiosperms belonging to 24 families was gathered with regard to their ethno medicinal plants used by the tribal people in alleviating diseases. The medicinal plants used by local tribal traditional healers are arranged alphabetically followed by botanical name, family names, local name, parts used, mode of preparation and medicinal uses. This paper reports for the uses of plant parts by the tribal people in the form of juices, extracts, decoctions, pastes and powders.

Keywords

Ethno medicines, Adilabad district, tribal people, Andhra Pradesh.

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