lexicon of medicinal plants in India by D. N. Guha Bakshi

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Published by Naya Prokash in Calcutta, India .

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Other titlesMedicinal plants in India
StatementD.N. Guha Bakshi, P. Sensarma, D.C. Pal.
ContributionsSensarma, P., Pal, D. C. 1940-
LC ClassificationsQK99.I4 G84 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationv. :
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Open LibraryOL172027M
ISBN 108185421390
LC Control Number99952549

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Buy A Lexicon of Medicinal Plants in India, Volume 1 (): NHBS - DN Guha Bakshi, P Sensarma and DC Pal, Vedams Books International About Help Blog Jobs Established NHBS GmbH Covid £ GBP. Lexicon of medicinal plants in India. Calcutta, India: Naya Prokash, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D N Guha Bakshi; P Sensarma; D C Pal.

The book describes widely used medicinal plants and essential oils. It tabulates 55 biological properties of medicinal plants indigenous to India with an emphasis on Indian medicinal plants that have a long tradition of medicinal use in Ayurveda.1/5(1).

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Diseases of plants were studied and out of which 52 different kinds of diseases have been recorded new to India. "Indian Medicinal Plants. An Illustrated Dictionary" is the second major one-volume reference work by which has been dedicated to the distinguished scientist, Dr.

Kalam 4/5(10). Rigveda ( BC) has recorded 67 medicinal plants, Yajurveda 81 species, Atharvaveda. ( BC) species, Charak Samhita ( BC) and Sushrut Samhita ( BC) Missing: lexicon. A total of medicinal plant products representing at least 79 plant species belonging to 45 botanical families, mainly the Fabaceae (%), Asteraceae (%), and Hyacinthaceae (%), were.

Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Abstracts. The Directorate of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Research is the place where you can find many information and details about the importance, the role of the medicinal and aromatic plants in national economy and many Reviews of aromatic and medicinal plants in India.

Medicinal and aromatic plants Institute is the place where all medical plant Missing: lexicon. Learn how medicinal plants work from the chemical level upwardUnderstanding Medicinal Plants: Their Chemistry and Therapeutic Action is designed to teach the chemical concepts necessary to understand the actions of medicinal plants to people who are intimidated by chemistry.

This beautifully illustrated, accessibly written guide explores the molecules of medicinal plants and the pharmacology. on important medicinal plants Of Bolipara. Bandarban and to preserve the traditional knowledge Of herbal healers on medicinal plants use.

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The book also provides in-depth information on various traditional medicinal systems in India and discusses their medical importance. India has a very long history of safely using many herbal drugs.

Folk medicine is also a key source of medical knowledge and plays a vital role in maintaining health in rural and remote areas. InSpringer-Verlag Heidelberg published 's "Encyclopedia of Indian Medicinal Plants" which contained monographs comprising classical as well as contemporary research findings/5(1).

In an easy to use dictionary style of A–Z presentation, this volume lists the taxonomy and medicinal usage of Indian plants. Also given are both traditional Indian and international synonyms along with details of the habitats of the plants.

Indian Medicinal Plants. An Illustrated Dictionary is. Many valuable medicinal plants are on the verge of extinction.

The Red Data Book of India in has entries of endangered species of which 28 are considered extinct, endangered, 81 vulnerable, rare, and 34 insufficiently known species. This book presents a comprehensive guide to medicinal plants, their utility, diversity and conversation, as well as biotechnology.

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It includes information on medicinal plants ranging from Abies spectabilis to Zizyphus vulgaris. The purpose of this handbook is to make available a reference for easy, accurate identification of these herbs. Derived from India, ""Ayurveda"" is the foundation stone of their ancient medical g: lexicon.

India, a megadiverse country with only % of the world's land area, accounts for % of all recorded species, including o species of plants species of g: lexicon. Indian traditional medicinal system is a one of the oldest traditional medicinal systems in the world.

India has the unique characteristic of having different well-acknowledged traditional systems of medicine, such as Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani, Yoga, naturopathy, and g: lexicon. A structural lexicon of medicinally important chemical families found in plants This chapter is very useful as a reference.

It arranges the most important chemical families found in plants in alphabetical order. It breaks up the chemical families into primary metabolites and secondary s: 7. While the traditional medicines are derived from medicinal plants, minerals, and organic matter, the herbal drugs are prepared from medicinal plants only.

Use of plants as a source of medicine has been an ancient practice and is an important component of the health care system in g: lexicon. The forest in India is the principal repository of large number of medicinal and aromatic plants, which are largely collected as raw materials for manufacture of drugs and perfumery products.

About 8, herbal remedies have been codified in AYUSH systems in g: lexicon. The National Medicinal Plants Board has been established by Government of India to coordinate with all matters relating to Medicinal Plants and Support Policies and Programs for growth of trade, export, conservation and cultivation.

The board is working under Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha & g: lexicon. Aromatic and medicinal plants fill a significant role in human societies that have helped improve the lives of people since ancient times.

Ancient people became aware of the value and attractiveness of aromatic and medicinal plants, and the significance of historical books is a guide for the use of the plant material [].Initial books on use on medicinal and aromatic plants were sourced Missing: lexicon. Medicinal plants are being harvested with increasing volumes, highly from wild populations.

In fact, demand for wild resources has been rise up by 8%–15% per year in Europe, North America, and Asia in recent decades (Bentley,Ross, ).There is a threshold below which species reproductive capacity is irreversibly reduced (Soule et al., ).Missing: lexicon. HE MEDICINAL or therapeutic uses of the plants described in this guide are not to be construed in any way as a recommendation by the authors or the U.S.

Department of Agriculture. Some of the dried crude drugs, which must be modified considerably before commercial use, can be extremely poisonous when not used properly.

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The controversies regarding the identification of medicinal plants, have been resolved and presented authentically. Part-II (Indian Traditional Medicinal Plants) (Comprises of about volumes which exclude Classical Indian Medicinal Plants) In this part approximately plants which are used traditionally throughout India have been included.

Description of the study area. For the survey and documentation of medicinal plants, intensive exploration trips were conducted for twelve months from April to May to the ephemerals in Uthapuram Madurai district, Tamilnadu, South India (Figure 1).Geographically, the entire area of Uthapuram village is lies between 9°51′″ N and 9°52′″ N latitude and 77°42 Missing: lexicon.

Journal of Acute Disease () 85 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Journal of Acute Disease journal homepage: Document heading A review on some poisonous plants and their medicinal values Narayanaswamy Tamilselvan1, Thirunavukkarasu Thirumalai1, Prabakar Shyamala1, Ernest David2* 1 2 doi: /S(14) P.G.

and Research Missing: lexicon. 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 Missing: lexicon.

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Led by strong and rapidly growing industry demand, a small group of farmers are earning as much as Rs 3 lakh per acre, a figure that’s put in true perspective when you consider wheat and rice farming doesn’t pay more than Rs30, per g: lexicon. Plants included here are those that have been or are being used medicinally, in at least one such medicinal tradition.

Modern medicine now tends to use the active ingredients of plants rather than the whole plants. The phytochemicals may be synthesized, Missing: lexicon.

Vast ethnobotanical knowledge exists in India from ancient time. Since the s the study of ethnobotany has intensified; 10 books and papers have been published. Our work over four decades, both in the field and literary studies, has resulted in a dictionary of Indian folk‐medicine and ethnobotany that includes g: lexicon.

graphs on medicinal plants commonly used in NIS have been completed and will be published soon. Based on the NIS countries model, in the fu-ture, WHO would like to cooperate with more countries or regions to develop their monographs on commonly used medicinal plants.

Preparation of monographs for volume 4 Selection of medicinal plants. African traditional medicine is a form of holistic health care system organized into three levels of specialty, namely divination, spiritualism, and herbalism.

The traditional healer provides health care services based on culture, religious background, knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs that are prevalent in his community. Illness is regarded as having both natural and supernatural causes and Missing: lexicon.

Siddha medicine, traditional system of healing that originated in South India and is considered to be one of India’s oldest systems of Siddha system is based on a combination of ancient medicinal practices and spiritual disciplines as well as alchemy and is thought to have developed during the Indus civilization, which flourished between and bce.

Medicinal plants, also called medicinal herbs, have been discovered and used in traditional medicine practices since prehistoric times. Plants synthesise hundreds of chemical compounds for functions including defence against insects, fungi, diseases, and herbivorous us phytochemicals with potential or established biological activity have been g: lexicon.Plant in pots or an area where you don’t mind it spreading.

A Word of Caution. Careful. Do your research and speak to a health professional before consuming medicinal plants and herbs to prevent drug interactions and avoid allergic reactions. Pregnant and nursing women should avoid consuming medicinal plants unless okayed by their g: lexicon.Understanding Medicinal Plants: Their Chemistry and Therapeutic Action - Ebook written by Bryan Hanson.

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