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Herbal wealth of North-East India

Herbal wealth of North-East India

a pictorial & herbaria guide

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Published by Dept. of Natural Products, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research in Mohali, Punjab .
Written in English


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Includes indexes.

Statement[compiled & edited by] K.K. Bhutani.
ContributionsBhutani, K. K., National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research. Dept. of Natural Products.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 400 p. :
Number of Pages400
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24125113M
LC Control Number2010316640

Plants have medicinal value too along with ornamental purpose. Indians and Chinese have been using plants as medicines to treat wounds and pacify the inflammation. The ancient science of Ayurveda and Yoga relies heavily on these plants to treat major conditions, from pain management to weight management and everything in between. March , 5th International Conference On Holistic Medicine And Nursing Practice. Sydney, Australia. April , 3rd International Conference On Herbal & Traditional Medicine. May , 7th International Conference On Natural, Traditional & Alternative Medicine. Vancouver, Canada. June ,

India, with its diverse agro-climatic conditions and regional topography, has been considered as the treasure house or botanical garden of plant genetic resources. Hence, India is recognized as one of the world’s top 12 mega diversity nations. Our herbal wealth constitutes more than 8, species and accounts for around 50 % of all higher. Moreover, about plants species i.e. 12 % of global wealth of flowering plants are reported to occur in India, out of which nearly 33% are endemic. However, the use of plants as medicine is as old as human civilization and reported from BC but, in the last couple of decades, global demand of herbal medicine has led to a quantum.

The country has a rich history of traditional healing systems, many of which list the use of these plants. For instance, the oldest printed book on Indian medicinal plants, Hortus Malabaricus (a volume treatise on the medicinal plants of the Malabar region along India’s west . Sri Yantra is used to correct Vastu space and bring wealth, love to any space. The most favorable place in the north, north-east or south-east of the house, as well as in any place where you feel a lack of favorable energies. Author's work. Canvas, acrylic, 30x30 cm Artist: Olga Zemskaya Each yantra is unique and it's made in a single copy.


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The annual turnover of the Indian herbal medicinal industry is about Rs. 2, crore as against the pharmaceutical industry’s turnover of Rs. 14, crores with a growth rate of 15 percent [4].File Size: KB.

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About this book Deals with the rich medicinal plant resources of North East India comprising the state of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura. It includes a comprehensive analysis on the Diversity, Status, Trade, Conservation and Cultivation of medicinal plants of the area besides giving individual.

Welcome to Medicinal Plants of the Northeast, an Electronic Field Guide In today's modern world, many people think that the use medicinal plants and herbs is a thing of the past. While modern medicine has made huge advances and many synthetic drugs can be created in the laboratory, the importance of medicinal plants cannot be denied.

Department of Natural Products. Title(s): Herbal wealth of North-East India: a pictorial & herbaria guide/ [compiled & edited by] K.K. Bhutani. Country of Publication: India Publisher: Mohali, Punjab: Dept. of Natural Products, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research,   Place 4 vastu pyramids in North East part of home; dig holes and bury them inside soil.

Staircase in North East. Place two copper tortoises facing each other below the lowest step of staircase. If possible then make a room where the staircase ends i.e.

in South West, you can also make an overhead water tank in South West. The utilisation of leaves of Centella Asiatica, and roots of Ichnocarpus Frutescens in the treatment of jaundice, diabetes were found to be noteworthy.4 It is ironical that at a time when the West is seeking solace in our traditional practices be it medicine, meditation or Yoga, we, despite having a rich herbal wealth, have a share in the world.

India, with its diverse agro-climatic conditions and regional topography, has been considered as the treasure house or botanical garden of plant genetic resources. Hence, India is recognized as one of the world’s top 12mega diversity nations. Our herbal wealth constitutes more than 8, species and accounts for around 50%.

Keywords: Plant resources, Ethnobotanical wealth, Northeast India IPC Int. 8: A01G, A01N3/00 North East India comprising the states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura lies between 21 °34 ′N to 29 °50 ′N latitude and 87 °32 ′E to 97 °52 ′E.

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India is a country with large ethnic societies and has immense wealth due to which it is rich in biodiversity. There are nea species of wild plants out of which 9, species are quite important. Tribal women conserve a number of plants in the forest that use for healing wounds and other herbal treatment.

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