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Research Paper | Botany | India | Volume 4 Issue 12, December 2015
Herbal Medicines for Livestock Health Management Used By Jende Kuruba Community in Athani Taluka of Belgaum District
S. N. Emmi
Abstract: Present investigation is based on most of the livestock for which farmers utilize traditional veterinary practices to solve animal health problems. The holistic interdisciplinary study of local knowledge and its associated skills, practices, beliefs, is pertaining to the animal health care. Livestock owners, local medicine men or vaidyas have good knowledge of ethno botany due to the fact that most of the materia medica used in ethno veterinary medicine is from plants. Thus ethno botanical knowledge of local people has formed the foundation for screening of plant material as potential source of medical drugs.
Keywords: Livestock, Ethnoveterinary, Vaidyas, Antiseptic, Germplasm
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 12, December 2015,
Pages: 2216 - 2217
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