3 edition of Medicinal plants and other non timber forest products in Himachal Pradesh found in the catalog.
Medicinal plants and other non timber forest products in Himachal Pradesh
Study conducted for districts of Kulu and Mandi in Himachal Pradesh.
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|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||99937341|
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Dr N S Chauhan is also known as father of medicinal plants in Himachal. Luckily I have been his student during my days at Dr YS Parmar UHF Nauni, Solan. Its the most authentic and practical book.
Not like copy paste done by Medicinal plants and other non timber forest products in Himachal Pradesh book of d authors these days. He is really a legend in d field of medicinal palnts which has been sufficiently reflected Reviews: Medicinal plants in Himachal Pradesh, north western Himalaya, India Article (PDF Available) in The International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management 3(4) December with.
Wild Medicinal Plants Used by Local Communities of Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India Neena Rani Boktapa* and Avinash Kumar Sharma Non Wood Forest Products Division Forest Research Institute, Dehradun *Silviculture Division Forest Research Institute, Dehradun [email protected] Issued: Ma Abstract.
Medicinal plants, also called medicinal herbs, have been discovered and used in traditional medicine practices since prehistoric times. Plants synthesise hundreds of chemical compounds for functions including defence against insects, fungi, diseases, and herbivorous us phytochemicals with potential or established biological activity have been identified.
diversity of high altitude ethno-medicinal plants in himachal pradesh, india Article (PDF Available) in Indian Forester (2) March with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Medicinal plants were listed as a provisioning ecosystem service in the United Nations Millennium Ecosystem Assessment of India has had an ancient history of both codified and non-codified healing systems that use medicinal plants across the subcontinent.
Himachal Pradesh, located in the lap of the Himalayas, has varied climatic conditions due to variations in altitude and topography, which make this state a home for wide variety of plants. The Shimla hills have a rich repository of medicinal and other useful plants.
The Medicinal plants and other non timber forest products in Himachal Pradesh book biodiversity of medicinal plants ofFile Size: 1MB. State Medicinal Plants Board, Himachal Pradesh, Shimla APPLICATION FOR GRANT OF CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION/ RENEWAL AS MEDICINAL PLANTS COLLECTOR(s)/ FARMER(s)/ TRADER(s) 1.
a) Name of the applicant(s)/ contact person: (in block letters) b) Status (individual/ firm/ company/ society/: association/ contractor/ Govt. undertaking. The National Medicinal Plants Board has been established by Government of India to coordinate with all matters relating to Medicinal Plants and Support Policies and Programs for growth of trade, export, conservation and cultivation.
The board is working under Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha & Homeopathy. Around medicinal and aromatic plants of Himachal Pradesh, India, are described.
Information covers: local names, distribution in Himachal Pradesh, parts used, market value, chemical constituents, formulations, uses and by: Find Medicinal Plant manufacturers, Medicinal Plant suppliers, exporters, wholesalers and distributors in Himachal Pradesh India - List of Medicinal Plant selling companies from Himachal Pradesh with catalogs, phone numbers, addresses & prices for Medicinal Plant.
Key Medicinal plants and other non timber forest products in Himachal Pradesh book medicinal plants, conservation strategies, traditional knowledge, Himachal Pradesh, biotechnological tools India, a country of immense biotic wealth, has more than plant species reportedly used for medicinal purposes most of which are being exploited recklessly for the extraction of drugs.
Medicinal plants are the most impor-File Size: 66KB. The present study was carried out in Himachal Pradesh of the Western Medicinal plants and other non timber forest products in Himachal Pradesh book, India to obtain information on the wild edible plants used by the migratory shepherds.
The shepherds started their migration in July from Chitkul, Rakchham, Batseri, Sangla and Kamru of district Kinnaur (Himachal Pradesh).
Questionnaire for the survey, personal field visits and participatory observations were used Cited by: 1. The timber resources are used by the ethnic communities and the villagers for various purposes i.e. house construction, furniture, agricultural implements; for making walking sticks, musical instruments and packing cases etc.
Timber is the most important forest resource used by any community in Himachal Pradesh as well as in any part of the. Ethno medico studies of some herbs from kullu valley Himachal Pradesh Journal of Non Timber Forest Products.
Vol16 (1) 84, Shalu Devi Thakur, Syed Mubashir Hanief and N.S. Chauhan. Plants in ethno veterinary practice in Kullu district- Himachal Pradesh Journal of Non Timber Forest Products.
Vol17 (1), Rani et al. conducted a study on ethnomedicinal plants of Chamba district, Himachal Pradesh, which reported 50 plant species commonly used by local people to cure 26 diseases.
Of total 50 plants reported by Rani et al. [ 6 ] in their study, some of them were commonly reported in the present study but they vary their mode of use and by: 6. According to national Forest Policy,atleast two third i. e 66% of the geographical area should be under forest in the hilly states like Himachal Pradesh.
However, keeping in view that about 20 % of the area is inaccessible and beyond the tree limit, the State Government aims to bring 50% of the geographical area under forest cover.
Gulia, Kuldip Singh, Mountains of the God, Isha books, New Delhi Singh, Mian Goverdhan, Wooden Temples of Himachal Pradesh, Indus Publishing, New Delhi Fisher, James F., Himalayan. Among the other bio resources of direct economic potential, the region is well recognised for various medicinal plants, wild edible and other non-timber forest products.
The region supports over (% of India) medicinal plant species and over of wild edible species. Gupta, R () Medicinal and aromatic plants of Bhadal ranges, Chura forest division, Chamba district of H.P.
Bomb. Nat Hist Soc Heinen JT, Acharya RS () The Non- Timber Forest Products Sector in Nepal: Emerging Policy Issues in Plant Conservation and Utilization for Sustainable Development. J Sust Fore Author: Rajdeep Singh, Niteesh Kumar, Pramod Kumar Yadav.
Introduction. The forests of India have been the source of traditional medicines for millennia. Of species of higher plants described in India, are known for their medicinal uses .The Charak Samhita, a document on herbal therapy written about BC, reports on the production of herbal drugs and their indigenous uses .The use of alternative medicine is growing because Cited by: food, fodder, timber, firewood, medicines and many other wood and non wood forest products for the 21st century.
Keeping this concept in concept in view a trial was undertaken to introduce seven medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs) in Chir pine (Pinus roxburghii) forest of mid hills of westernFile Size: KB. About this book.
Based on personal explorations made by the author in all parts of Himachal Pradesh supported by collections, identification, compilation of information on traditional knowledge gathered during surveys, covering around species of medicinal and aromatic plants of Himachal Pradesh, representative of not only the western Himalaya, but also of the entire Hindu Kush Himalayan.
account on commercially importance of medicinal and aromatic plants of Parvati valley (Himachal Pradesh). Prakash & aggarwal()highlighted the traditional uses of medicinal plants of lower foot-hills,Himachal Pradesh. kaur et al., ()studied the uses of plants in control of different diseases in Mandi district,Himachal Size: KB.
Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Himachal Pradesh J Krishi Vigyan2(2): Members Copy, Not for Commercial Sale Downloaded From IP - on dated 3-Oct Himachal Pradesh, situated in the centre of the Western Himalayas, having diverse agroclimatic conditions ranging from semi-tropical to temperate, alpine and culminating to the cold desert region, is bestowed with a veritable emporium of medicinal and aromatic plants.
Out of around 3, species, more than 1, species have been documented as medicinal and aromatic for the state occurring in Cited by: 9. The Indian State of Himachal Pradesh is a mostly mountainous area, neighboring Tibet and China in the East, the Indian states of Jammu and Kashmir in the north and northwest, Punjab, Haryana, Uttaranchal and Uttar Pradesh to the south.
read more. Forest Management Information System of HP Forest Department is specially designed to access. NON TIMBER FOREST PRODUCTS IN INDIA o It provides 50% of income for % of rural people in India (Sekhar et aI., ). o million tones of fuel wood, million tones of grass and green fodder /yr o It provides - 40 % total forest revenues & 55 % forest-based employment o NTFPs - Rs to Rs / ha / year with a mean of Rs Forestry in India is a significant rural industry and a major environmental resource.
India is one of the ten most forest-rich countries of the er, India and these other 9 countries account for 67 percent of total forest area of the world. India's forest cover grew at % annually over –, and has grown at the rate of % per year over –, after decades where.
Policy influences on forest-based livelihoods in Himachal Pradesh, India Gouri, Sushil Mudgal, Elaine Morrison and James Mayers nomadic graziers and medicinal plants. This report highlights that though These include the power to issue permits for a range of non-timber forest products, to issue grazing permits in forest land, and to make.
Himachal Pradesh has % of India's forest cover TNN | Updated:IST SHIMLA: Out of to sq km geographic area in the state, the forest compri sq km, which is. Apart from medicinal plants being vital to their livelihoods, such as the medicinal non-timber forest produce that indigenous communities collect and sell for a living, the plants are also a Author: Aathira Perinchery.
present study is carried out in 7 villages of district Una of Himachal Pradesh located in the range of Shivalik Hills of outer reveals the status of ethno-medicinal plants and their importance preserved by locals of Distt Una.
The paper was collected from locals peoples. Keywords: Ethan medicinal Plants, Traditional uses, Public Health. Ethno-botanical Important Plants in the parts of Shivalik Hills of Kangra district, Himachal Pradesh Deepak Upadhyay Abstract- The Present study has been conducted in the surrounding villages of the Shivalik hills of Kangra district of II.
Himachal Pradesh State to document some commonly foundFile Size: KB. medicinal and the aromatic plants of Himachal Pradesh. Singh () worked on the ethno-botanical study of the useful plants of the Kullu district in Himachal Pradesh.
Sharma et al., () studied the ethnobotanical studies of Gaddi- a tribal community of the Kangra district, Himachal Pradesh.
Singh andFile Size: KB. LIST OF MEDICINAL HERBS AND OTHER NON TIMBER MINOR FOREST PRODUCE ON WHICH CONTROL IS PROPOSED TO BE DECONTROLLED AND GIVEN TO THE CONCERNED PANCHAYATS VIDE GOVERNMENT NOTIFICATION NO.
FFE-B-G (9)- 9 / II DATED Sr. Botanical Name of the Minor Forest Produce Local Name of the Item Export Fee (in Rs. Per File Size: KB. C S K Himachal Pradesh Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, PalampurHimachal Pradesh *Biodiversity Division, Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology, PalampurHimachal Pradesh Received 21 July ; revised 3 March Himachal Pradesh, which forms a part of the western Himalaya, is a repository of medicinal and aromatic plants and.
UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS FORESTS AND FOREST PLANTS – Vol. II - Food, Forage and Medicinal Resources of Forests- Turner Nancy J., Turner Sarah E. ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) Figure 2. Abies grandis (grand fir) - an ingredient in “barks medicine” and other traditional medicines of Northwest Coast First Nations of CanadaFile Size: 1MB.
"International Journal of Herbal Medicine " Volume 2, Issue 2. Medicinal plants of the shimla hills, Himachal Pradesh: a survey. Author(s): Kamal Jit Singh and Anil Kumar Thakur Abstract: Himachal Pradesh, located in the lap of the Himalayas, has varied climatic conditions due to variations in altitude and topography, which make this state a home for wide variety of plants.
The book covers around species of medicinal and aromatic plants of Himachal Pradesh representative of not only the western Himalaya but also of the entire Hindu Kush Himalayan region. The plants described in detail cover Latin name family common and local names distribution in Himachal Pradesh description of the plant parts used market rate.
To pdf green cover in the non-forest areas by pdf cultivation of above plant species on contractual basis and facilitate marketing of their produce. 3. To make available the naturally available edible produce and other useful Ayurvedic Medicines as well as non-timber forest produce, at affordable rates to the people of the state.
4.With the financial aid of National Medicinal Plants Board, Government of India, 16 projects for promotional activities are currently running in Odisha. NTFP. Non Timber Forest Products (NTFP) refers to all biological materials other than timber extracted from natural forests for human and animal use.of seed-bearing plants.
Deodar plantations may be ebook artificially by direct sowing or ebook direct transplanting seedlings from a nursery or forest. Although the species can successfully be raised from cuttings but this method has not been in common practice in India.
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