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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
Vol. 7, Special Issue 4 (2018)
Study on the plants traditionally used for the treatment of the diseases related to the sensory organs in the Gaya district of India
Author(s): Ayesha Fatima and Dr. Dinesh Kumar Yadav
Abstract: A traditional healthcare practice of indigenous people pertaining to human health is termed Ethnomedicine. Human civilization has evolved as a result of interaction of people with their environment, especially with plants. Traditional knowledge is generally associated with biological resources and is invariably an intangible component of such a biological resource. The traditional and ancient literature of medicines of historical significance over world proved traditional values of medicinal plant are still very important for human being to survive on this planet. The traditional or ethnomedicinal uses in rural area by the local inhabitant are still based on different parts of several plants to cure a specific suffering and to combat a particular disease have been in vogue from ancient ties. It has been also crystalized in the form of medicine in our culture like Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani, Tibetan, Hakim’s etc. In the present review, the author has attempted to focus the role of the plants traditionally used for the treatment of the diseases related to the sensory organs in the district Gaya of India.
How to cite this article:
Ayesha Fatima and Dr. Dinesh Kumar Yadav. Study on the plants traditionally used for the treatment of the diseases related to the sensory organs in the Gaya district of India. 2018; 7(4S): 21-26.