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Abstract

CROSS MATCHING TRIBAL ETHNO MEDICINAL PRACTICES IN DIARRHEA & DYSENTERY BY BHIL- MINA TRIBE OF BANSWARA, RAJASTHAN WITH PUBLISHED PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH

Dr. P. K. Dam* and Pankaj Kumar

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Diarrhea & dysentery is a common and serious disease and principal cause of morbidity and mortality in the developing countries like India. A number of ethno medicinal plants and their constituents are reported as medicaments used to treat Diarrhea & dysentery. The aim of this paper is to document and identify the plants in use as ethno medicine by the tribal. Further, effort was made to assess the scope of promoting ethnomedicine as complementary medicine along with modern medicine by cross matching the perception of the ‘Bhil-Mina’ tribe of Banswara, Rajasthan along with review of literature. The present study population revealed the use of ten (10) ethno medicines prepared from 12 plant species & used by them for combating diarrhea & dysentery. The plants discussed are Mangifera Indica, Adhatoda Vasica, Butea monosperma, Moringa concaneinsis, Zizyphus mauritiana, Cassia auriculata, Z.nummularia, Bauhinia racemosa, Delonix elata, Helicteres isora, Tamarindus indica, and Aegle marmelos.

Keywords: Diarrhea; Traditional medicine; Ethno medicine, Tribal people, Antibacterial and Anti Diarrheal.


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