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Medicinal plants of Nepal Himalaya

N. P. Manandhar

Medicinal plants of Nepal Himalaya

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Published by Ratna Pustak Bhandar in Kathmandu, Nepal .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nepal.,
  • Himalaya Mountains.
    • Subjects:
    • Medicinal plants -- Nepal.,
    • Medicinal plants -- Himalaya Mountains.,
    • Materia medica, Vegetable -- Nepal.,
    • Materia medica, Vegetable -- Himalaya Mountains.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby N.P. Manandhar.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK99.N35 M36
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 85 p. :
      Number of Pages85
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4248663M
      LC Control Number80905129


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Medicinal plants of Nepal Himalaya by N. P. Manandhar Download PDF EPUB FB2

Nepal, the Himalayan kingdom is rich in medicinal plant resources. Himalayan medicinal plants are very popular since the Vedic period.

Details on all of these plants are still to be known. Although the plant morphology, distribution and medical uses are known but chemical aspects of these plants is still behind.

Medicinal plants of Nepal Himalaya [N. Manandhar] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : N. Manandhar. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

A Hand Book of Medicinal Plants of Nepal. Some of the oldest known medicinal systems of the world such as Ayurveda of the Indus civilization, Arabian medicine of Mesopotamia, Chinese and Tibetan medicine of the Yellow River civilization of China and Kempo of the Japanese are all based mostly on plants.

Due to insufficient supplement of modern allopathic medicine and the traditional believe of ethnomedicinal therapy, still vast majority of Nepalese people are dependent on indigenous use of medicinal plant.

Use of Nepalese Himalayan medicinal plants is not only limited to erogenous use of Nepal Himalaya but also regarded as chief ingredients in Eastern medicinal system including Ayurveda of Indian subcontinent, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Korean Oriental Medicine Cited by: Medicinal Plants and Ethnomedicine in Peril: A Case Study from Nepal Himalaya Ripu M.

Kunwar, 1, * Mina Lamichhane Pandey, 2 Laxmi Mahat Kunwar, 2 and Ananta Bhandari 3 1 Cultural and Spatial Ecology, Department of Geosciences, Florida Atlantic University, NW 13th Street, No.

34, Boca Raton, FLUSACited by: 5. Ephedra gerardiana (Ma-huang), one of the most recognized medicinal plant species of the genus, is found in drier regions of temperate and sunny alpine Himalaya.

It is locally known as “soma kalpa” and is in high demand for production of the high-value and rare drug ephedrine.

The use of medicinal plants in the trans-himalayan arid zone of Mustang district, Nepal Shandesh Bhattarai, 1, 2 Ram P Chaudhary, 2 Cassandra L Quave, 3 and Robin SL Taylor 4 1 Nepal Academy of Science and Technology, Khumaltar, Lalitpur, NepalCited by: langtang himalaya (peter taylor) medicinal plants of the himalaya (k.

biswas) moderate mountains for middle-aged mountaineers (r. holdsworth) three mountains-and nanda devi, (hari dang) nanda devi, (captain n. kumar) the ascent of kulu pumori Medicinal plants of Nepal Himalaya book pettigrew) the diamir face of nanga parbat (dr.

karl m. herrligkoffer). Nepal is also famouse for Himalayan herbs and herbal products and medicinal yan Region of Nepal is home to about species of herbs and aromatic plants. Many rare and endangered himalayan herbs are found in higher altitudes of Nepal hilly rare himalayan herbs are commonn in higher evalutation.

Medicinal Orchids of Nepal By Bijaya Pant & Bhakta Bahadur Raskoti - () pages; gloss art paper, with colour photographs (including front & back covers), 2 tables & 1 colour map.

Soft Cover: 21cm x cm. ISBN: Himalayan Map House (P.) Ltd., Kathmandu, Nepal. Many people are probably. Flora in Nepal is interesting with floral exploration by Buchanan-Hamilton and Francis Hamilton (British) since – Those pioneers had taken scientific exploration in the Himalaya collecting at least species of plant.

Nathaniel Wallich (Australian) was collected the plants from to Plants. Plants. Of the total number of species found globally, Nepal possesses percent plants.

Research in showed that Nepal has 6, flowering plant species, representing 1, genera and families. Nepal’s share of flowering plant species is percent of the global total compared to earlier records of percent. The ecological diversity of the Himalaya makes the area the habitat of a wide range of medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs).

This is well evidenced by this study of an innovative program inFile Size: 7MB. Medicinal and Aromatic Plants in Nepal The medicinal and aromatic plants database for Nepal includes 1, species of wild, domesticated, and naturalized plant species.

Of these, 1, are flowering plants and 92 are non-flowering. Eastern Homeopathic Treatment Based on Himalayan Native Medicinal Plants The traditional health care system based. Indigenous Knowledge and Practices on Medicinal Plants among Tharu Community in Eastern Nepal.

Pramila Gachhadar Freelance Researcher [email protected] / [email protected] Abstract The study has made an effort in order to explore and document indigenous knowledge and practice of Tharu Community of Eastern Size: 88KB. medicinal plants of indian himalaya Download medicinal plants of indian himalaya or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

Click Download or Read Online button to get medicinal plants of indian himalaya book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Plants and plant products are the primary source of medicine and a highly valued resource in Nepal.

Plant constituents continue to be a vital part of Western medicine, and are still considered an important source of novel compounds in the field of drug discovery [].There are betw plant species that have been used for medicinal purposes in the Cited by: About this book.

Language: English. Medicinal Orchids of Nepal contains an overview of medicinal orchids in global prospective, orchids in traditional medicine, description of 90 species of medicinal orchids of Nepal each with color photographs. This book also presents threats of the medicinal orchids, conservation measures and techniques.

This volume offers information on some 1, kinds of plants found in the country of Nepal, concentrating on the ways that various Nepalese ethnic groups utilize them to meet nutritional, medicinal, and other needs.

After a brief introduction to the field of ethnobotany, the author provides sketches of the 14 major ethnic subgroups in Nepal and Cited by:   Nepal being benefited with such geographical settings, these herbs grow wild without human interference which makes it even more effective.

Medical Herbal plants of Nepal are mainly used in making extract for Cancer cure, Liver and many chronic diseases. Local herbs are also used for anti fungal, anti oxidant, anti bacterial purposes. Distribution of medicinal plant species was species specific.

Tree species B. utilis (Birch), A. spectabilis (Fir), and J. recurva (Juniper) and understorey N. grandiflora (Spikenard) and D. hatagirea (Salep orchid), were specific to their restricted distribution resulting in strenuous collection of their by: 5.

There are many medicinal plants in mountain, tarai and hilly regions. If Nepal process these medicinal plants and sell in the can be processed further for earning. Medicinal plant has very important role in our daily life. It use is traditional in the society. In Nepal, there are types of medicinal plant found in different region.

The Himalayas, or Himalaya (/ ˌ h ɪ m ə ˈ l eɪ ə, h ɪ ˈ m ɑː l ə j ə /), (Sanskrit: himá (हिम, "snow") and ā-laya (आलय, "receptacle, dwelling")), is a mountain range in Asia separating the plains of the Indian subcontinent from the Tibetan range has many of Earth's highest peaks, including the highest, Mount Everest (Nepal/China).The Himalayas include over Coordinates: 27°59′N 86°55′E /.

Frank Kingdon Ward was the great plant hunter of the eastern Himalayas. In appalling conditions of rain and leech-filled jungle mud, he set about collecting thousands of plants that have now been.

The history of Nepal's oldest book shop date back to A.D., when Ram Das Shrestha started selling books, mostly religious, in a cart in Bhotahity, near Ratna Park, Kathmandu. It was called Ram Das and Sons and renamed Ratna Pustak Bhandar in A.D. after his eldest son, Ratna Prasad Shrestha.

The Himalayan region is among the largest mountains systems of the world with uncounted unique medicinal plants resources. The lesser Himalayas ranges are the extension of Greater Himalayas. They have unique ecology, vegetation and diversity of medicinal flora due to tremendous variation in the altitude, climate and associated wildlife.

The abundance of flora is remarkable for scientific, educational, medicinal, cultural, socio-economic, and recreational purposes. This book covers prominent taxa of flowering plants that represent tropical, subtropical, temperate, and alpine areas of Nepal's Himalaya.

Identification and Conservation of Important Plant Areas for Medicinal Plants in the Himalaya References 1. Anderson,fying important plant areas - a site selection manual for Europe,and a basis for developing guidelines for other regions of the world (Plantlife International,Salisbury,UK,).

A Brief Introduction to Himalayan Yew (Nepal Herbs) Nepal Herbs and Herbal Products Association. Some medicinal plants of Nepal and their uses - HASERA Organic Farm - Duration:   Nepal contains approximately local flowering plants.

63% belongs from the mountains area, 38% belongs from the mid-hills area and only 5% belongs from the terai and siwaliks area. At the same time, 66% of the total local species are contained in the central region which is followed by 32% in the western regions and 29% in the eastern regions.

The Himalayas of India: A treasury of medicinal plants under siege T R O P I C A L C O N S E R V A N C YA R T I C L E S Hemant K. Badola Scientist-Conservation of Biodiversity G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development, Mohal-Kullu, H.P. India Email: [email protected], [email protected] Stephen Aitken.

Medicinal Plants of Himalaya - Vol. 2 by Gyanendra Pandey. Contents: Prelude Major plants Plants enumeration Selected bibliography Index. Vol II: Major plants described in this Book: Aesculus indica Colebr: A. hippocastanum Linn. Castanea sativa Mill. Bergenia ciliata Royle.: B.

ligulata (Wall.) Engler. stracheyi (Hook. & Thoms.). This study aimed to compare the distribution patterns and trends of plant parts used among different groups of medicinal plants, geographical regions, and between medicinal plants and all vascular plants.

We used the published sources for elevation records of 2, medicinal plant species to interpolate presence between minimum and maximum elevations and estimated medicinal plant Cited by: Get this from a library.

Medicinal and aromatic plants used in Nepal, Tibet, and Trans-Himalayan Region. [Kamal Krishna Joshi; Sanu Devi Joshi]. Samant SS, Palni LMS () Diversity, distribution and indigenous uses of essential oil yielding medicinal plants of the Indian Himalayan region.

J Med Arom Plant Sci – Google Scholar Samant SS, Dhar U, Palni LMS () Medicinal plants of Indian Himalayas: diversity distribution potential : D. Singh, P. Pusalkar. Plant species have long been used as principal ingredients of traditional medicine in far-west Nepal.

The medicinal plants with ethnomedicinal values are currently being screened for their therapeutic potential but their data and information are inadequately compared and analyzed with the Ayurveda and the phytochemical findings.

The present study evaluated ethnomedicinal plants. The Himalaya harbours about species of medicinal plants. The medicinal plants found in Sikkim and Darjeeling regions, India, can be classified in 5 groups in terms of its value in usage and marketing potentials: (1) species marketed in large scale; (2) plants marketed in small scale; (3) effective drugs but not marketed; (4) plants claimed only as being medicinal; and (5) Cited by:   The medicinal plants are found growing between the elevations of m to 6,m AMSL but mostly valuable & threatened medicinal plants are concentrated around the elevation of m AMSL (Acharya et al., ).

The Himalayan ranges boast of rivers are estimated to having > plant species among which species are known to possess. The high elevation and stark habitat of Tibet create a unique home for plants and animals, and the region is a stunning location for trekking and touring.

Visitors to Tibet may have a cursory knowledge of Tibetan culture, especially Tibetan. Sinopodophyllum is an herbaceous perennial plant in the family Berberidaceae, described as a genus in It includes only one known species, Sinopodophyllum hexandrum, native to Afghanistan, Bhutan, northern India, Kashmir, Nepal, Pakistan, and western China (Gansu, Qinghai, Shaanxi, Sichuan, Tibet, Yunnan).

Common names include Himalayan may apple Family: Berberidaceae.Rheum australe, synonym Rheum emodi, is a flowering plant in the family Polygonaceae.

It is commonly known as Himalayan rhubarb, Indian rhubarb and Red-veined pie plant. It is a medicinal herb used in the Indian Unani system of medicine, and formerly in the European system of medicine where it was traded as Indian rhubarb. The plant is found in the sub Family: Polygonaceae.Folk Medicinal Plants in the Sikkim Himalayas of India Abstract This report deals with 64 species of plants belonging to 42 families and 57 genera.

The plants discussed are all used as medicine among ethnic groups in Sikkim. Important ail­ ments purportedly cured by these plants are epilepsy, leprosy, paralysis, asthma, typhoid.