ETHNOBOTANICAL PLANTS USED FOR CURING SKIN DISEASES BY TRIBAL PEOPLE FROM AMBABARVA SANCTUARY (M.S.)

  • SANTOSH N. PATOLE DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY, SHRI SHIVAJI COLLEGE, AKOT. Corresponding author’s e-mail: sanpatole@yahoo.co.in
Keywords: Medicinal plants, Skin disease, Ambabarva sanctuary, Maharashtra.

Abstract

The paper deals with study of exploration of diversity of medicinal plants of tribal areas of Ambabarva sanctuary of Maharashtra.  The plant species used in the treatment of skin diseases among the tribal communities of the sanctuary.  About 15 plant species of 11 families were recorded for the treatment of various skin diseases.

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