Year: 2018, Issue: December
Phytochemical analysis of some plants used in gynecological disorder by tribal people of Mohla Manpur area of Chhattisgarh.
Awadhesh Kumar Shrivastava, Suneeta Patra, Anita Mahiswar and Pranita Bansode
Gynecological disorder, Tribal people.
Awareness of medicinal plant uses is a result of the many years of struggle against illness due to which man learned to pursue drugs in fruits seeds, rhizomes, leaves and other parts of the plant. Tribal people due to lack of medicinal facilities using natural resources like plants since ancient time and passes this information from one generation to another in their families by oral means, so this important information may vanished due to lack of documentation. The aim of this study was to conduct an ethnobotanical survey, focusing on lay people's knowledge on plants used to treat many gynecological and obstetric complaints.76 plants were used by tribal peoples of Mohla Manpur region of district Rajnandgaon in Chhattisgarh state belonging to 45 families of angiosperm used in 18 gynecological diseases by its 7 parts. Analysis and presence of 10 secondary metabolites and 3 primary metabolites confirms their medicinal value