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Research Paper | Botany | India | Volume 10 Issue 11, November 2021
A Review: Role of Medicinal Plants in Traditional Medicine
D. Saikumari | Dr. S. K. Shiva Rani | Dr. Neeti Saxena
Abstract: Medicinal plants a group of plants that possess some special properties or virtues those are called as drugs and therapeutic agents which are used in medicinal purposes. Medicinal plants provide biologically active compounds, molecules and lead structures for the development of modified derivatives with enhanced activity and reduced toxicity. In this study the medicinal plants used in the treatment of cancer, Rheumatic arthritis, hypertension, malaria, purgative, carminative, leprosy, Cholera, Indyspepsia, colic, inflammation, cough, paralysis, healing wounds, wound ulcers, insomnia, dropsy, vomiting, aphrodisiac, appetite, analgesic, epilepsy, asthma, dysentery, piles, jaundice, bronchitis, fever, scabies, stomachic like several diseases. The ethano - botanical survey was conducted during in august 2019.55 species and 35 families were identified in the common botanical garden of Malyala village, Kuravimandal, Mahabubabad district. World health organization (WHO) published that only 11% of medicinal plants had explored in the world, remaining have to be survey for mankind.
Keywords: Malyala, drugs, Mahabubabad, cholera, Kuravimandal, traditional medicine, medicinal plants
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 11, November 2021,
Pages: 251 - 255
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