2 edition of Tribal folk medicinal plant resources of South Asia found in the catalog.
Tribal folk medicinal plant resources of South Asia
South Asia Conference on Tribal Folk Medicinal Plant Resources (1996 Tirupati, India)
by Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Program in Asia, International Development Research Centre, Canada in New Delhi
Written in English
|Statement||editors Radhika Johari and Madhav Karki.|
|Contributions||Karki, Madhav Bahadur., Johari, Radhika., Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Program in Asia.|
|LC Classifications||R606 .S68 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||2004329200|
Medicinal plants research in Asia. It is in this spirit that the International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI), which is one of the 15 international research centres of the Consultative Group on International Agriculture Research (CGIAR) and the Rural Development Administration (RDA) of the Republic of Korea embarked on a joint. This plant is native to the Asia Minor and India. It has a lot of religious significance within tribes of the areas and has been known as a hallucinogen and aphrodisiac. It is an intoxicating plant, and medicinal properties can be found in the roots, flowers and seeds alike. Final Words on .
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referred text book on medicinal plant culture in Southern India, ‘Ayurvedic Drugs and their plant sources’ by ajan & Indira Balachandran, which covers most of the legally approved Ayurvedic plant drugs in India and their source plants in Kerala state, was taken as a reference for this study. All the. Folk Medicinal Plants in the Sikkim Himalayas of India Abstract This report deals with 64 species of plants belonging to 42 families and 57 genera. The plants discussed are all used as medicine among ethnic groups in Sikkim. Important ail ments purportedly cured by .
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South Asia Conference on Tribal Folk Medicinal Plant Resources ( Tirupati, India). Tribal folk medicinal plant resources of South Asia. New Delhi: Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Program in Asia, International Development Research Centre, Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book.
Contributed papers presented at the Regional Workshop on "Sharing Local and National Experience in Conservation of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants in South Asia", held on January, at Pokhara, Nepal. Tribal Folk Medicinal Plant Resources Of South Asia. This volume contains twenty-six chapters on the biotechnology of medicinal.
Tirupati declaration on tribal and folk medicinal plant resources. Appendices. The proceeding of the conference on Tribal Folk Medicinal Plant Resources of South Asia present an interesting collection of abstracts of reports by eminent researchers on the subject.
Title(s): Tribal folk medicinal plant resources of South Asia: report of the South Asia Conference on Tribal Folk Medicinal Plant Resources, September. A guide to medicinal plants in South-East Asia is presented. The geographical coverage includes Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and to some extent India, China, Korea, and Polynesia.
After a botanical description of the plant, biological properties and medicinal uses are discussed. Genera include: Cyathostemma, Desmos, Fissistigma, Goniothalamus, Horsfieldia, Cited by: group to another. A list of plants used for medicinal purposes by the Creek and Seminole tribes was produced from previous studies.
Utilizing these lists, comparisons were drawn to determine if cultural practices were carried on between tribes as they changed locations and lifestyles. This study examines the use of plants in plant families. report on the Mao Naga Folk medicinal plants.
The Naga tribes belong to the Mongolian stock and speak a Tibeto-Burmese language, and have socio-cultural affinities with the Southeast Asia (Ao Alemchiba, ). They have a very rich culture and traditional practices which is unique from one tribe to the by: 7.
The increasing demand for herbal products in the global market is likely to challenge herbal resources in the world. In the China Plant Red Data Book published inspecies of plants are listed as threatened, which include as endangered (i.e., first grade national protection), as rare (second grade national protection), and Cited by: i MEDICINAL PLANTS RESEARCH IN ASIA, VOLUME 1 The International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI) is an independent international scientific organization that seeks to advance the conservation and use of plant genetic diversity for the well-being of present and future Size: 1MB.
medicine in India, Sri Lanka and South-East Asia has more than plant remedies and using aro, plant species. China has demonstrated the best use of traditional. Medicinal plants used for postpartum recovery have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial action on target organs of the mother (De Boer et al., ).
The plant is reported to be used to treat menstrual conditions, such as amenorrhea and dysmenorrhea, pain, hemorrhage and by: Buy Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Resources of North East India: Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Resources of North East India on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersAuthor: Jubilee Purkayastha, Hemanta K Gogoi, Lokendra Singh.
An ethnomedicinal survey was carried out among both tribal and folk medicinal practitioners practicing in five Khasia tribal communities in Jaflong, Sylhet District, Bangladesh. Of the five practitioners, one was a Khasia tribal medicinal practitioner with the other four being folk medicinal practitioners (Kavirajes) but practicing among Khasia by: 1.
traditional medicinal plant resources from maval taluka, district pune, maharastra, india Article in International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy 7(3) July with 98 Reads.
Native Hawaiian Medicinal Plants. Hawaiian medicinal plants grow in many areas, including in the vicinity of heiaus or temples, sites that are considered sacred. In ancient times, Hawaiian traditional healers would practice La‘au Lapa‘au, medicinal healing, at some of the heiaus, using plants from around the heiau and in neighboring forests.
Trade and exchange of medicinal plants and knowledge of their uses have gone on for centuries between the Indian subcontinent, West Asia and the Indian Ocean world. From the end of the first millennium C.E. physicians coming from Persia and neighboring regions brought their healing practices to the subcontinent and influenced local healers and.
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Plant-derived medicines have since been used in traditional medical system for the treatment of numerous ailments Cited by: 7. Folk herbal medicines from tribal area of Rajasthan, India. survey of ethnomedicinal plants occurring in the tribal area of Rajasthan was conducted to assess the potentiality of plant resources for modern treatments.
The information on medicinal uses of plants is based on the exhaustive interviews with local physicians practising indigenous Cited by: distinct streams (1) Local or folk or tribal stream and, (2) Codified and organized Indian system of medicines like Ayurveda Siddha and Unanni etc.
Over the centuries, the use of medicinal herbs has become an important part of daily life despite the progress in modern medical and.
study highlights the use of medicinal plants in traditional medicine of the tribal people in Malkangiri district, Orissa. Study site The Malkangiri district lies between 17º45' to 18º40' N latitude and 81º10' to 82º 00' E longitude. It was earlier a part of undivided Koraput district.
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This invaluable book provides a readable, introductory text to the fascinating subject of drug discovery from the medicinal plants of Asia-Pacific. A carefully designed layout presents more than medicinal plants, and includes description of compound structure, molecular properties, pharmacology and clinical uses.