Ethnobotanical properties of plants used by the Rural community of Dausa District of Rajasthan, India.

IJBI 3 (1):179-185 (2021)
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An ethnobotanical survey of medicinal uses of plants of District Dausa (Rajasthan), India was undertaken by means of structured oral questionnaire during January 2018 to December 2019. The aim of the survey was to collect information about these valuable plants used for the treatment of various ailments and other uses by the indigenous people and to identify the traditional healers among different communities in rural areas of the region. Interviews were conducted on a regular basis of local people, who had knowledge on the ethnobotanical uses of various parts of these plants. Many plant species were reported to be in use among the rural people of different communities in the study area. The survey provided a veritable source of information related to ethnomedicinal uses of plants in the area studied.
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