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Uses of Medicinal Plants in Various Diseases by the Rural Area of Uttaranchal Region


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The present survey focuses on the uses of medicinal plants in various diseases by the rurals of Uttaranchal region is selected as study area because it has rich heritage of medicinal plants. It contains so many rural areas. They cure various human diseases by medicianl plants.

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Medicinal Plants, Rurals, Uttranchal Region.
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G. R. Kishore
Department of Horticulture, C.C.R. (P.G.) College, MUZAFFARNAGAR (U.P.), India

Abstract


The present survey focuses on the uses of medicinal plants in various diseases by the rurals of Uttaranchal region is selected as study area because it has rich heritage of medicinal plants. It contains so many rural areas. They cure various human diseases by medicianl plants.

Keywords


Medicinal Plants, Rurals, Uttranchal Region.

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