Vol. 1, Issue 7 (2016)
Plant folk medicines practiced in Deulgaon Raja tehsil of Buldhana District, (M.S.), India
Author(s): Salve MS, Kakde NP
Abstract: Ethnobotany is a distinct branch of natural science dealing with various aspects such as medicine, religious, cultural, agriculture instruments, household implements and several other disciplines. The present paper reviews plants used ethnobotanicaly by the communities in Deulgaon Raja Tehasil of Buldhana district, Maharashtra, India. The results of ethno botanical forays in Deulgaon raja Tehsil of Buldhana district (M.S.) are commutated in this work. The information collected for 20 species belonging to 16 Angiosperm families. Peoples depends mostly on their surrounding plants communities for their day to day need including medicaments. Detailed studies on this folk drug are disserving to identity. The bioactive compounds and investigate their pharmacological effect. Plant species are documented here with their botanical names, local names, family and their ethnobotanical uses. The species were arranged family vise according to the flora of Maharashtra state.