Phytoresources, Traditional Medicine and their ConservationSujogya Kumar Panda1*
- *Corresponding Author:
- Sujogya Kumar Panda
Department of Zoology, North Orissa University, Takatpur, Baripada, Odisha, India,
Tel: 06792 256 906,
E-mail: [email protected]
Received date: 18 October 2015 Accepted date: 21 October 2015 Published date: 23 October 2015
Today the world is facing major crisis with energy, food and population. It is none other than plants which can provide the whole thing to conquer all these. Next to these plants used as fodder, fibers, construction materials and above all medicines. Plants as medicines are used in all civilization and culture. Especially in developing countries, the indigenous modes of treatment are part of their culture, socially acceptable and economically viable. It is estimated that one in seven of all existing plant has medicinal or curative power, but only if carefully chosen and properly prepared.