Vara Prasad Rao V, Dr H M Lakde
Utnoor Forest, Adilabad, Ethnomedicinal Plants, Biodiversity. Here is an outline for a paper on the conservation of ethnomedicinal plants from the Utnoor Forest, Adilabad in Telangana, India:
The conservation of ethnomedicinal plants holds profound significance for biodiversity preservation and traditional healthcare systems. This study focuses on the conservation of ethnomedicinal plants from the Utnoor Forest, Adilabad in Telangana, India, renowned for its rich biodiversity and cultural heritage. Our research reveals a diverse array of ethnomedicinal plants utilized by local communities for treating various ailments and promoting well-being. From ancient healing traditions to modern healthcare practices, these plants play a crucial role in indigenous healthcare systems and cultural practices. However, the conservation of ethnomedicinal plants faces numerous challenges, including habitat loss, overexploitation, and unsustainable harvesting practices. Through the conservation of ethnomedicinal plants, we not only preserve biodiversity but also uphold indigenous wisdom, promote community resilience, and foster a deeper connection between humans and the natural world. This study underscores the urgent need for concerted efforts to conserve ethnomedicinal plants and protect the invaluable knowledge systems that sustain them, ensuring a healthier and more sustainable future for generations to come.
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Unique Paper ID: 162857

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 11

Page(s): 216 - 226
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