ETHNO -MEDICINAL USES OF SOME PLANTS OF HAMIRPUR DISTRICT OF HIMACHAL PRADESH FOR THE TREATMENT OF PILES

  • NITESH KUMAR1, ASHWANI KUMAR JAKHAR 2 AND RAJARAM CHOYAL3 NITESH KUMAR1, ASHWANI KUMAR JAKHAR 2 AND RAJARAM CHOYAL3 1.RESEARCH SCHOLAR, BOTANY DEPARTMENT, M.G.S. UNIVERSITY, BIKANER. 2.DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL, M.G.S UNIVERSITY, BIKANER. 3. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, M.G.S. UNIVERSITY, BIKANER. Corresponding author’s e-mail: niteshchauhan7@gmail.com

Abstract

Hamirpur district is the smallest district of Himachal Pradesh due to area wise but this district is a repository of medicinal, aromatic, religious plants and the traditional knowledge associated with them. The use of plant resources in their daily life has been an old practices of the people inhabiting in this district. The people living in remote areas of Hamirpur district (Himachal Pradesh) throws the light on the use of 21 medicinal plants of the region with their part/ parts  which are  used for treatment of piles. 

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2014-04-01
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JAKHAR 2 AND RAJARAM CHOYAL3, NITESH KUMAR1, ASHWANI KUMAR. ETHNO -MEDICINAL USES OF SOME PLANTS OF HAMIRPUR DISTRICT OF HIMACHAL PRADESH FOR THE TREATMENT OF PILES. LIFE SCIENCES LEAFLETS, [S.l.], v. 50, apr. 2014. ISSN 0976-1098. Available at: <http://petsd.org/ojs/index.php/lifesciencesleaflets/article/view/67>. Date accessed: 23 aug. 2017.
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