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Author(s): Simpal Patil

Email(s): dr.simpalpatil@gmail.com

Address: Department of Botany, Rajmata Sindhia Govt. Girls College, Chhindwara, India.

Published In:   Volume - 29,      Issue - 1,     Year - 2016

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India has been known to be a rich repository of medicinal plants since ancient time. The climatic conditions provide an ideal habitat for the natural growth of variety of plants and herbs, which provide raw materials for pharmaceutical, phytochemical, food, flavouring and cosnatic industries. People have been utilizing medicinal plants resources since time immemorial in their traditional way of indigenous medicinal practices. Chhindwara is veritable rich of growing healing herbs, which are being used, in ancient system of medicine like Aurveda, Siddha and Unnani. The plants, shrub, roots of immense medicinal value are abundantly found in this area. The present paper deals with the need of documentation and compilation of the information of the medicimal plants in this area.

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