Indian Medicinal Plants Illustrated Dictionary. Pages·· MB·8, Downloads. Dictionary of Indian Medicinal Plants by Akhtar Husain et al. (CIMAP . Indian Medicinal Plants Vol 1. IdentifierIndianMedicinalPlantsVol1. Identifier-ark ark://t9v16z45f. OcrABBYY FineReader Ppi A Catalogue of Indian Synonyms of the Medicinal Plants of India by Moodeen Medicinal Plants/Indian Herbal Remedies, published by Springer. Ayurvedic.
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Handbook of Ayurvedic Medicinal Plants. FULL ACCESS eBook Published 13 November SubjectsMedicine, Dentistry, Nursing & Allied Health. Indian Medicinal Plants, based on a treatise prepared by S. Raghunatha Iyer, a scholar of both Sanskrit and Ayurveda, aims to make an authoritative contribution . Based on the treatise prepared by S. Raghunatha Iyer.
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The principles of pharmacognosy: An introduction to the study of the crude substances of the vegetable kingdom. Histoire des drogues d'origine vegetale Manuel des plantes medicinales, ou description, usage et culture des vegetaux indigenes employes en medicine. Apart from health care, medicinal plants are mainly the alternate income-generating source of underprivileged communities [ 6 , 7 ]; therefore, strengthening this sector may benefit and improve the living standard of poor people.
A great deal of traditional knowledge of the use of various plant species is still intact with the indigenous people, and this fact is especially relevant with the mountainous areas such as the Himalaya due to less accessibility of terrain and comparatively slow rate of development [ 8 , 9 ].
The ongoing growing recognition of medicinal plants is due to several reasons, including escalating faith in herbal medicine.
Allopathic medicine may cure a wide range of diseases; however, its high prices and side-effects are causing many people to return to herbal medicines which have fewer side effects [ 10 ]. The instant rising demand of plant-based drugs is unfortunately creating heavy pressure on some selected high-value medicinal plant populations in the wild due to over-harvesting.
Several of these medicinal plant species have slow growth rates, low population densities, and narrow geographic ranges [ 11 , 12 ]; therefore they are more prone to extinction [ 13 ]. Conversely, because information on the use of plant species for therapeutic purpose has been passed from one generation to the next through oral tradition, this knowledge of therapeutic plants has started to decline and become obsolete through the lack of recognition by younger generations as a result of a shift in attitude and ongoing socio-economic changes [ 8 , 14 ].
Furthermore, the indigenous knowledge on the use of lesser-known medicinal plants is also rapidly declining [ 10 ].
Through the realization of the continuous erosion in the traditional knowledge of many valuable plants for medicine in the past and the renewal interest currently, the need existed to review the valuable knowledge with the expectation of developing the medicinal plants sector.
The present paper is therefore concerned with the following major objectives: 1 discovering the role, value, diversity and potential in medicinal plants resources, 2 assessing various aspects of medicinal plant sector, which includes challenges and opportunities, and 3 suggesting recommendations based on existing information for the benefit and development of medicinal plants sector in northern India.
Use and diversity in medicinal plants In India, of the 17, species of higher plants, are known for medicinal uses [ 15 ]. The Charak Samhita, an age-old written document on herbal therapy, reports on the production of herbal drugs and their indigenous uses [ 16 ].