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Tribal medicines of India

Meghendra Sharma and Ashwani Kumar*

Abstract


Tribals are the oldest ethnological groups which live far away from the civilized world.  They prefer to live in forested areas, follow primitive customs and occupations, profess primitive religions, have common language and social culture, are economically dependent on each other. The use of tribal medicines is documented here.

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Tribals, Medicinal plants, Rajasthan

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