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Year : 1992  |  Volume : 11  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 118-125

Further nomenclatural changes in Indian homoeopathic medicinal plants


Survey of Medicinal Plants & Collection Unit, Stone House Hill P. O. 112, Govt. Arts College Campus, Udhagamandalam - 643 002, India

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D Suresh Baburaj
Survey of Medicinal Plants & Collection Unit, Stone House Hill P. O. 112, Govt. Arts College Campus, Udhagamandalam - 643 002
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Nilgiri District, Tamil Nadu is one of the most botanised areas of Southern India. In spite of it a number of wild plants had been missed by earlier collectors. Moreover, many exotics and ornamentals having importance in alternative systems of medicine have not been collected and preserved. The present paper lists 34 species of plants used in homeopathy belonging to 31 genera under 23 families.


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