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Abstract

ETHNOVETERINARY PRACTICES BY TRIBALS OF NEARBY VILLAGES OF DNYANGANGA WILD LIFE SANCTUARY, BULDHANA MAHARASHTRA

Rasika N. Patil* and Sahadeo P. Rothe

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West vidarbha region of the Maharashtra state include Buldhana district. The forest type of this region is typically of dry deciduous; at some patches fluctuation of season occurs by various habitats of plants. During the exploration visits to forest and nearby villages, lots of medicinal plant uses by tribal have been discussed with them, for their regular purposes as well as ethnoveterinary practices. Tribal peoples to treat various human and veterinary diseases such as basic first aid for food poison, snake bite, indigestion, physio-therapeutic treatment for bone fracture, antibacterial, antifungal activity over cuts and wounds, insect repellent, deworming in cattle, diarrhea and increases cattle lactation. The present information provided in this study would bring new ideas on the development of environmental friendly, effective medicines and vaccines to control veterinary diseases in the future. In addition, this study may also be highly useful to protect and conserve the endemic flora species among sanctuary.

Keywords: Dry deciduous forest, tribal people, ethnoveterinary, cattle, effective medicine, endemic flora, etc.


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