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Medicinal Plants for Jaundice and Gall Stone in Folk Practice of Assam

Gopal C. Nanda.

Abstract
North-Eastern of India being a part of eastern Himalayas represents one of the top spots of bio-diversity. Assam has brought
the attention of the world not only for it’s culture, tribes, but also with rich bio-diversity placing 12th position. This diverse
flora is well represented by a vast medicinal plants treasure with varied distinct ecosystem or habitats and are used by the
local ethnic people since years together for their health issues.
Folklore practices of tribals are very old and traditional with conventional way of approach for various diseases. Jaundice/
gall stone is one of them which is being treated with the medicinal plants by the ethnic people of Assam. Though the disease
is linked with complex physio- pathological changes in the body and needs scientific approach, ethnobotanical use of medicinal
plants have shown the tremendous efficacy in such disease conditions but are limited within the community which is new or
less known. After extensive survey in different tribal pockets of Assam, it could be possible to find out these medicinal plants
with their uses in both jaundice & gall stone like diseases.

Key words: Jaundice, Ethno-botany, Surveillance, Assam


 
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