This manuscript is a review of a number of ethnobotany and ethnopharmacology texts and papers in order to arrive at current understanding and scope of ethnobotany and ethnopharmacology. It includes either a brief definition of both fields and presenting some examples on them. There are 35 shrubs of Medicinal plants were collected from various parts of INDIA and introduced in Herbal Garden for their further multiplication and for conservation purpose. Mostly seeds are used to propagate the plants whereas older stem cutting also found to be suitable for above purpose. Plant propagates like Seeds, Stem cutting. Rhizome etc are selected on the basis of their maturity and health. Medicinal plants occupy a vital sector of health care system in India. The dedicated medicinal plants are used by various people to cure different ailments including simple injuries, wounds, cuts, fever, diarrhoea, ulcers, swelling. bone fractures, antidote, skin care, night blindness, toothache, asthma, cough & cold.
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