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Written by Abhishek Dwivedi   
Wednesday, 08 April 2009

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FOLK USES OF SOME PLANTS USED IN THE TREATMENT OF ANIMAL DISORDERS


It is evident that many valuable herbal drugs have been discovered by knowing that particular plant was used by the ancient folk healers for the treatment of some kind of ailment. The detailed survey was carried out by the author to collect information on the medicinal herbs used by the rural and tribes of the region in curing animal disorder.

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FOLK USES OF SOME PLANTS USED IN THE TREATMENT OF ANIMAL DISORDERS

DWIVEDI A1*, ARGAL A.2, SACHAN R. 3, PARIHAR P. S. 1 AND MISHRA R.4

1, NRI Groups of Institute, Institute of Pharmacy, Bhopal, M.P.
2, Principal, Ragiv Gandhi College of Pharmacy, Bhopal, M.P.
3, Dept. of Pharmaceutics, VNS Institute of Pharmacy, Bhopal, M.P.
4, Guru Ram Das (PG) Institute of Management and Technology, Dehradun, U.K.

ABSTRACT

It is evident that many valuable herbal drugs have been discovered by knowing that particular plant was used by the ancient folk healers for the treatment of some kind of ailment. The detailed survey was carried out by the author to collect information on the medicinal herbs used by the rural and tribes of the region in curing animal disorder.

Key Words: Animal disorder, Folk use, Herbs


* Corresponding Author


INTRODUCTION

Medicinal plants have always been the principle sources of medicine in India. Since ancient past and presently they are becoming popular in curing various cattle diseases and disorders. To treat various cattle ailments most of the local population depends on native medicinal plants because of the risk of major side effects and cost of modern allopathic medicine. There has been a rapid extension of allopathic system of medical treatment in our country during the past century (Dwivedi et. al. 2007). It is evident that many valuable herbal drugs have been discovered by knowing that particular plant was used by the ancient folk healers for the treatment of some kind of ailment (Ekka & Dixit, 2007). These tribes and rural people are largely dependent on the cattle's for the various purposes like agriculture, milk and so on. Therefore, due to the factor of cost, less availability of veterinary doctors and severe adverse effects of modern allopathic medicines, they are looking back to the nature in the search of curative properties of the natural resources. The present work was undertaken by us to gather the information about medicinal herbs being used by the tribes of the region in curing various animal disorders.

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