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Indigenous curative plants used in curing of piles from Mahabubnagar District of Telangana State, India

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The existing report is rigorous on the ethnic knowledge of indigenous remedial medicinal plants curing in piles by pastoral people of Telangana, India. A total of 17 species were recorded as natural therapeutic plants treating in piles. Of individual’s species, representing 16 families. The extreme, herbs were in the information are measured. In the present results the importance of the indigenous remedial plants wisdom have been observed. Apart from efforts are ruined to educate the further generations about their importance, it may be missing in future. This diversity of information might contribute comprehensively in modern drug conniving or in government policies to advancement contemporary innovative drug design systems in rural, folkloric areas, and in the enhancement of advance formulas with reference to indigenous remedial medicinal plants.
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  • Department of Botany, Palamuru University, Mahabubnagar, Telangana State, 509001, India
  • Department of Post Graduate Studies and Research in Microbiology, Gulbarga University, Kalaburige - 585 106, Karnataka, India
  • Medicinal Plants and Microbiology Research Laboratory, Department of Post Graduate Studies and Research in Botany, Gulbarga University, Kalaburige - 585 106, Karnataka, India
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