The paper deals with the folklore use of twentyone plant species occurring in Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh for curing dental aliments.
During the course of ethnomedicinal investigations in Andhra Pradesh some interesting indigenous medicinal plants have been reported for the treatment of paralysis amongst sugalis. Firsthand information was gathered through persona interviews with local in habitats. Apart from this a note on the ethnography of the tribe is discussed.
The report gives an account of the use of 25 plant species by local herbalists of tirumala hills, chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh for dandruff (seborheic). The paper discusses the methods of preparation and dose of administration of curde drugs as suggested by them.