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Abstract

ETHNOBOTANY OF THE FICUS BENGLENSIS

*Dr. Teena Agrawal

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Plants are the reservoirs of the many kinds of the metabolites of the various significance, they are used by the civilization from the remote past. Traditional medicines are the medicines which are used by the communities for the treatment of the various kinds of the diseases. They are the resultant of the various civilization experiences which are living in the vicinity of the nature from the long time. WHO promotes the strategy for the saving of the plants and the other TM and the ACM for the primary health care of the peoples. In this review articles we are presenting some of the aspects of the tree entitled as the Ficus bengalensis of the Moraceae family. The plant is widely distributed in the India as well as the other part of the world. In the Hindu religion the tree is whorshipped and they are used in many days for the ethical purposes. In conventional medicines the tree is used for the treatment of them any kinds of the diseases, so it has been investigated as the phytochemical as well as the pharmacological aspects, in addition to that the plant has been worked out by many ways. However the tree canopy occupies the whole area and it needs the conservation.

Keywords: Ficus bengaenlsis, Phytochemsitry, medicinal plants, Whorshipped, TM, ACM.


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