An Ethnobotanical Study of Medicinal Plants in Taindol Village, District Jhansi, Region of Bundelkhand, Uttar Pradesh, India.
An ethnobotanical study was conducted from August 2010 to October 2011 to investigation the uses of medicinalrnplants by people of Taindol village, Baruasagar, district Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh. The information about the medicinalrnuses of personal interviews of rural peoples. The present paper reported 57 medicinal plants belonging to 37 familiesrnand 53 genera. The information of medicinal plant was collected by local people of Taindol village, region ofrnBundelkhand. These medicinal plants are used by the Rural peoples for the treatments of various disease likernanemia, aphrodisiac, jaundice, small pox, leprosy, antiseptic cough, sores, skin disease, cancer, piles, diarrhoea,rndiuretic, low blood presser, dysentery, headache, diabetes, asthma, toothache, purify blood, sedative, gonnorrhoea,rnfever, madness, disorders, ulcer, urinary, discharges and many diseases. the present paper focused on medicinalrnuses of Plants.