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Documentation of Tribal’s Traditional Knowledge of Medicinal Plants from Renlagadda Thanda, Kodangal Mandal, Mahabubnagar Dist, Telangana, India

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The aim of this report is giving the importance in need of ground leveal documentation of medicinal plants, their ingrediants and usage. To be effort has been made to evaluate plants used for medicare by the tribal people of Renla Gadda Thanda, Kodangal mandal, Mahabubnagar Dist, Telangana. Due to be deficient in of modern healthcare facilities and poor economic conditions, the tribal people of the Thanda fully depend on in the vicinity available medicinal plants for their healthcare needs. In the present report a total of 24 ethnomedicinal plants from 23 genus and 24 species occupied 18 families were recorded. The thorough information i.e., Usage, to be treated disorder, Parts used recorded. This is a first report from the Renlagadda Thanda of Kodangal mandal. The study area having wealthy in medicinal plants flora and tribal communities with latest usages. Documentation of traditional knowledge on medicinal plants from the village or thanda level is the elementary and necessary samples for novel medication.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Natural Sciences (Volume 35)
Pages:
13-24
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S. P. Shivakumar and S. Rajender, "Documentation of Tribal’s Traditional Knowledge of Medicinal Plants from Renlagadda Thanda, Kodangal Mandal, Mahabubnagar Dist, Telangana, India", International Letters of Natural Sciences, Vol. 35, pp. 13-24, 2015
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March 2015
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