World Journal of
Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences

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An International Peer Reviewed Journal for Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences
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*M. B. Bobade


The present survey was carried out in forest patch around Nandura Pingala Devi temple area, of Morshi Tahsil district Amravati, (M.S.), India. Pingla Devi gad is sacred place situated at hill top and surrounded by forest patch. It is famous among the rural parts of Amravati district. Many people come here in groups and enjoy lunch by cook here local delicacies like Rodge. Currently the entire temple is being demolished for a new temple construction. This is an age old temple of goddess Durga (Pinglai Devi). It is located on Amravati - Morshi road, around 20 kms away from Morshi tahsil and 36 kms away from Amravati town. Man has influence by ethnomedicinal plant from ancient time as they are valuable source of nutrition and drug. It is experienced that local and tribal people in the area practices traditional system of medicine in their healthcare system. Many plants species have been consider as sacred such as Ocimum sanctum (Tulsi), Ficus beghalensis (Wad), Aegle marmelos (Bel), Magifera indica (Amba), Melia azadirachta (Bakan), Butea monosperma (Palas), Emblica officinalis (Awla). The aim of this study was to document the ethnomedicinal information of plants used to treat various ailments. On the basis of investigation, about 36 plants species belonging to 19 families are collected and describe it scientific name, local name, part used, family, and medicinal use for number of ailments.

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