Diversity of Medicinal Plants among Different Forest-use

Demand for such medicinal plants in Pakistan is increasing at present 15 % annually (Shinwari 2010). For example, the total annual consumption of Aconitum heterophyllum increased sharply from 740 kg in the 1980s (Williams and Ahmad 1999) to around ten tons in

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Medicinal Plant Biodiversity of Lesser Himalayas-Pakistan

Medicinal plants can provide better income to the local people than the traditional crops of the areas, if the market system for the medicinal plants is improved and cultivation of medicinal plants is done on scientific lines .

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Medicinal Plants in Light of History Recognized

Medicinal plants have an unbelievable history in terms of serving humanity in almost all continents of the world. Traditional healers have transferred that incredible knowledge from generation to generation. Even modernity or cultural revolutions have not altered the in-depth wisdom of this natural medical paradigm. Pharmacological rationale in light of traditional uses followed by

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Medicinal Plants In District Karak,KPK,Pakistan blogspot.com

Apr 04, 2012Medicinal Plants In District Karak,KPK,Pakistan Medicinal plants which are growing naturally in different seasons of year in this area are used for different purposes. Medicinal plants are the precious economic resources of the area and wild are u sed in the crude form locally or collected and transported into the drug markets inside the area and country.

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Ethnoveterinary study of medicinal plants in Malakand

Pal, McCorkle, Pande and Kumar, Catley and Mohammad, Kohler-Rollefson and Rathore, Lans et al., Heffernan et al., Wanyama, Waihenya et al. Tabuti et al. and Yirga et al. have documented the medicinal plants used to cure animal diseases, but in Pakistan very little attention has been given on the use and documentation of plants as veterinary medicines and a dire need is raised to record this

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Catharanthus roseus Wikipedia

Catharanthus roseus, commonly known as the Madagascar periwinkle, rose periwinkle, or rosy periwinkle, is a species of flowering plant in the dogbane family Apocynaceae. It is native and endemic to Madagascar, but grown elsewhere as an ornamental and medicinal plant, a source of the drugs vincristine and vinblastine, used to treat cancer.

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Nm WHO monographs on selected medicinal plants Volume 3

WHO monographs on selected medicinal plants Volume 3 Pakistani medicinal plants. Part V. Dermal irritating properties of Ammi majus seed constituents. Journal of the Faculty of Pharmacy, Gazi University, Springer, 1996. 31 10. Quality control methods for medicinal plant materials. Geneva, World Health Organization, 1998.

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Evaluation of anti-inflammatory activity of selected

In present study, the anti-inflammatory potential of three medicinal plants, Xanthium strumarium, Achyranthes aspera and Duchesnea indica were evaluated, using both in vitro and in vivo assays. Carrageenan induced hind paw edema model was used to carry out the in vivo anti-inflammatory activity, while for in vitro screening lipoxygenase

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Common medicinal plants of Hattar, NWFP, Pakistan

An ethnobotanical survey was undertaken for the purpose of collecting information from traditional healers on the use of medicinal plants in Hattar region, District Haripur, NWFP, Pakistan during 2004-06.

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Deosai National Park Wikipedia

The Deosai National Park (Urdu دیوسائی نیشنل پارک ‎) is a high-altitude alpine plain and national park in northern Pakistan. It is located largely within Skardu District in Gilgit Baltistan. Deosai Plains are situated at an average elevation of 4,114 metres (13,497 ft) above sea level.

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Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies

Keywords Ethnobotany, Aquatic plants, Sialkot, Gujrat 50700, Pakistan 1. Introduction At the lower range of ice-covered mountain tops of Kashmir nearby the Chenab river, in the north-east of the Punjab Province. Sialkot district is Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies

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Traditional Use of Medicinal Plants in Kashmir A Review

Use of medicinal plants by Kashmiri People from has a long history and here we reported on 81 medicinal plant species used in the traditional health care systems of Kashmir. This is the most comprehensive review to date and may provide a base for further endeavors knowledge related to medicinal plants of Kashmir.

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Research Reviews Journal of Biology 2015Shoib A BabaOmics

Investigation of heavy metals in frequently utilized

Hussain I, Ullah R, Khurram M, Ullah N, Baseer A, Khan FA, Khan N, Khattak MR, Zahoor M, Khan J Heavy metals and inorganic constituents in medicinal plants of selected districts of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, Pakistan.

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Ethnomedicines and anti-parasitic activities of Pakistani

In present review, among 33 medicinal plants used to treat malaria in Pakistan, only 4 plants have been investigated experimentally throughout the world for their in vitro activity against P. falciparum (Table 3). Only two plant parts, seeds and leaves have been used for extract preparation.

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10 MEDICINAL PLANTS FROM PAKISTAN DUO

10 medicinal plants of pakistan a literature study by, mohammad awais institute of pharmacy the faculty of mathematics and natural sciences the university of oslo (norway) desember, 2008 . 2 . 3 10 medicinal plants of pakistan a literature study thesis in pharmacognosy

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Indigenous Medicinal Knowledge of Medicinal Plants of

Abstract This survey was aimed to collect the traditional knowledge of medicinal plants used by the local community of Barnal area, district Bhimber, Pakistan. A total 32 plant species belonging to 17 families were reported, as medicinally

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International Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants 2011Aqeel Mahmood Adeel Mahmood Iradat Hussain Waqas Khan KiyaniMedicinal plants Endangered species Ethnobotany Traditional knowledge

The Studies on Medicinal Plants of Cholistan Desert

Indigenous knowledge of local people about the medicinal uses of plants is the source of ideas for new research in drug development and for wider use and economic benefit. There are large number of unexploited plant species in the area which could prove useful.

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Determination and analysis of informant consensus factor

Determination and analysis of informant consensus factor of medicinal plant species used as remedy in Northern Pakistan. Abbasi AM, Khan MA, Ahmad M, Zafar M, Khan H, Muhammad N, Sultana S. 2009. Medicinal plants used for the treatment of jaundice and

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Medicinal Plants and their cultivation techniques in

Medicinal herb in Pakistan 1) In Pakistan almost 2000 medicinal plants exists.However few are exploited and 90 % of the country medicinal herb requirement is imported . 2) About 50% populate in Pakistan cure using traditional medicines 3) There are more than 40000 traditional herb practitioners.

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Tropicos

PAKISTAN PLANT DATABASE. The published Flora of Pakistan is a comprehensive inventory of the plants of Pakistan, the first modern flora of more than 6,000 species from a large, relatively poorly known region of South Asia. This Pakistan Plant Database (PPD) includes all information published in the Flora volumes already in print in a searchable web-based format.

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DNA BARCODING AS A MEANS FOR IDENTIFYING

DNA BARCODING AS A MEANS FOR IDENTIFYING MEDICINAL PLANTS OF PAKISTAN 3 Table 2. Target medicinal species and number of specie s in the same genus recorded in Flora of Pakistan.

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Medicinal plants research in Pakistan Zabta Shinwari

In the present article, an effort was made to review the status of medicinal plants research in Pakistan. Key wordsMedicinal plants of Pakistan, research and development, conservational issues, marketing, problems and prospects.

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Vinca Wikipedia

Vinca (/ ˈ v ɪ ŋ k ə /; Latin vincire to bind, fetter) is a genus of flowering plants in the family Apocynaceae, native to Europe, northwest Africa and southwest Asia. The English name periwinkle is shared with the related genus Catharanthus (and also with

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Exploration of Medicinal Plants and Their Conservation

Exploration of Medicinal Plants and Their Conservation Status at Higher Altitude of District Shangla, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan 12 11 Abdul Razzaq, Fazal Hadi, Abdur Rashid, Muhammad Ibrar and Usman Ali1 1Centre of Plant Biodiversity, University of Peshawar, Peshawar, Pakistan

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American-Eurasian Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Science 2015Abdul Razzaq Fazal Hadi Abdur Rashid Muhammad Ibrar Usman AliMedicinal plants Effects of high altitude on humans Species diversity