An ethnopharmacological study from kulu district, himachal pradesh, India: traditional knowledge compared with modern biological science.

@article{Natarajan2000AnES,
  title={An ethnopharmacological study from kulu district, himachal pradesh, India: traditional knowledge compared with modern biological science.},
  author={Bhaarati Natarajan and Berit Smestad Paulsen and V Korneliussen},
  journal={Pharmaceutical biology},
  year={2000},
  volume={38 2},
  pages={129-38}
}
A synthesis of ethnopharmacological knowledge and western biological science has been attempted in this paper. Thirty-four species of plants used by local women in hamlets of Banjar taluka, Kulu district, Himachal Pradesh have been recorded. The knowledge of medicinal plants that local women have is important as they have a lifetime experience in using them through caring for themselves, their families and others around them. For the plants recorded, information from scientific literature has… CONTINUE READING

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