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A Contribution To Medico- Ethnobotany of Kalahandi District, Orissa on Ear And Mouth Disease

By Nalini Sadangi, Rabindra N. Padhy and Rajani K Sahu

Abstract

Different herbal methods of treating ear and mouth disease in ethnomedicinal practice of the tribal people of Kalahandi district are described based on survey among scheduled caste and scheduled tribe population. 10 species have been found to be used as external application. All most all the species are found to be new Orissa on scrutiny of literature

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Publisher: Medknow Publications & Media Pvt Ltd
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