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Tribal people mainly depend on their traditional knowledge to cure their ailments. Ethnomedicinal studies cumulatively contribute to the medicinal knowledge, since they are tested for a long period. The traditional practices are easy to administer and are economical as the medicinal plants are easily available to them. Tribal folklore use age old practices and recipes inherited from several generations based on the experiences and result feedback. In the present study, plants with potential medicinal value are surveyed, which are used by the local tribal community i.e. Chenchus, Erukala and Lambadas residing in Achampet forest division (Nallamalias) of Mahabubnagar Dist., Telangana. This report elucidates 60 medicinal plant species which belong to 54 genera and 34 families.
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Author(s): Devarinti Srihari Reddy
Ethnomedicinal plants, Achampet forest division, Nallamalais, Telangana., Plant Biochemistry,Medicinal Chemical Research,Synthetic Medicinal Chemistry,Applied Medicinal Chemistry,Medicinal Biochemistry