Plants for Novel Drug Molecules: Ethnobotany To Ethnopharmacology

authored by: Bikarma Singh & Yash Pal Sharma
ISBN: 9789389571943 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 590 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2021
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 39.5 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 1056 GMS
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The current book consists of exceptional scientific contributions from seventy researchers affiliated with top research organizations. It begins by exploring plants utilized in the Sowa-Rigpa system of food and medicine, followed by the traditional medicinal uses of plants among the Khasi tribe residing in northeast India. This collection includes various research techniques that highlight methods for analyzing documented data, as well as procedures for scientifically validating findings. The book also discusses methods for assessing traditional knowledge of endangered plants, such as Hodgsoniaheteroclita, and the pharmacological applications of the family Asteraceae, among other ethnobotanical and ethnopharmacological parameters used in current scientific research. Furthermore, the book covers several clinical topics, including plants used in relation to cancer, diabetes, skin disorders, and other aspects of human and animal health care. The book also highlights the use of plants as nutraceuticals and includes research on lianas, lichens, and the role of allylisothiocyanate as a bioprotective agent. The book's focus on ethnobotanical trends and techniques, phytochemistry, biological activities, ethnopharmacology, and clinical studies adds significant value to the discovery of medicine formulations.

1.  Folklore Plants Used in Tibetan Mountain Based Sowa-Rigpa System of Food and Medicine: A Close Look on Plant-People Perception to Herbal Cure, 2. Traditional Uses of Plants as Medicine Among Khasi Tribe of Meghalaya, Northeast India, 3.  Assessing Ethnobotanical Value and Threat Status of Hodgsonia heteroclita (Roxb.) Hook.f. & Thomson A Lesser Known Liana Species of Sikkim Himalaya,  4 Tribal Knowledge on Ethnobotanical Plants of Uttarakhand Himalaya,  6.  Analysis of Indigenous Uses of Ethnobotanical Herbaceous Plants and their Diversity Among Nature-Dependent Communities in Atraulia of Burhanpur Tehsil, District, 7.  Ethnobiology of Lichens of North Western Himalaya,  8   Managing Leucorrhea: A Traditional Perspective Emanating from Ethnomedicinal Folklore in Jammu and Kashmir, India, 9.  Traditional Usages and Chemical Constituents of High Value Medicinal Plants Recorded from Chithara Village Panchayat (Gautam Buddha Nagar) of Uttar Pradesh, India, 10.   Ethnobotanical Studies on Members of Family Apiaceae from Jammu Division (Jammu and Kashmir) Western Himalaya, India 11. Investigation of Traditional Knowledge of
Economically Important Plants in Proper Neelum Valley, District Bandipora, Jammu and Kashmir,
North-Western Himalaya, India, 12.   Ethnobotany and Tribals of Ladakh, Need for Scientific Initiatives and Interventions 13.   Ethnoveterinary Knowledge and Herbal Practices Prevalent Among Tribal Communities of District Poonch in Himalaya 14.   Eco-Taxonomy, Ethnobotany and Active Chemical
Constituents of Ten High Value Plants of Kathua District (J&K) of India in Southeast Asia With Special
Reference to Jasrota Wildlife Sanctuary 15.   Nutraceutical Value of Wild Plants Used as Food  and Medicine 16.   Nature’s Anti-diabetic Pharmacy: A Note on Six Valuable Plants 17.   Blumea lacera (Asteraceae), A Potential Herb of Medicinal Value in Modern Aspects 18.   Phytochemistry and Pharmacological Activities of Pterocarpus santalinus an Ayurvedic Crude Drug 19.   Ethnomedicinal Importance of Arisaema jacquemontii and Its Futuristic Role in Natural Therapeutics 20.   Indian Snake Root and Devil Root as Distinctive Medicinal Plant for Curing Human Disease: Biology, Chemistry and Cultivation Practices of Rauwolfia serpentina and Rauwolfia tetraphylla 21.   Role of Allyl Isothiocyanate as a Bioprotective Agent 22.   Indian Sarsaparilla, Hemidesmus indicus, an Endangered Medicinal Plant of India 23   Exploiting Therapeutic Potential of Kirayat (Andrographis paniculata): Identity, Chemical Constituents and Biological Aspects for Future Reference in Drug Discovery 24. Diversity, Medicinal Value and Associated Biological Activities of Lianas Growing in Western Himalaya Used for Human Health Care 25.   Ethnomedical Applications and Phytochemistry of Boerhaavia diffusa

 
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