Ethnobotanical and ethnomedicinal Survey of Kadegaon Tahsil, Sangli (Maharashtra) India
The present investigation deals with the ethnomedicinal plants of Kadegaon Tahsil of Sangli district, Maharashtra. Traditional medicine and ethnobotanical information play an important role in scientific research, particularly when the literature and field work data have been properly evaluated. There is no documentation of this ethnomedicinal knowledge. It is thus important to document and understand the medical heritage of a changing culture before it is lost entirely to future generations. The study was carried out in the villages of Kadegaon Tahsil concerns for the medicinal plants used for the treatment of various diseases by local inhabited. 21 plant species belonging 15 families are used for treating various diseases. The information on correct botanical identities, family, local, name, plant parts used & uses of each plant. This study presents the results of a field survey of the plants used medically by the rural people of Kadegaon Tahsil in Sangli districts.