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Survey and regeneration of medicinal plants in West Pakistan

Mohammad Asghar Quraishi

Survey and regeneration of medicinal plants in West Pakistan

final technical report

by Mohammad Asghar Quraishi

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Published by Pakistan Forest Institute in Peshawar .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pakistan.
    • Subjects:
    • Medicinal plants -- Pakistan.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby M. A. Quraishi and Mir Alam Khan.
      ContributionsKhan, Mir Alam, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB294.P18 Q7
      The Physical Object
      Pagination33 p. ;
      Number of Pages33
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5179108M
      LC Control Number74930285

      Get this from a library! Medicinal plants of India and Pakistan; a concise work describing plants used for drugs and remedies according to Ayurvedic, Unani [and] Tibbi systems and mentioned in British and American pharmacopoeias,. [J F Dastur]. Iris kashmiriana is a plant species in the genus Iris, it is also in the subgenus is a rhizomatous perennial, from Kashmir, has straight, sword-shaped, glaucous leaves, tall, thick stem with up 2 short branches, which hold 2–3 flowers, which can be white, cream or Family: Iridaceae. 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 / .


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Survey and regeneration of medicinal plants in West Pakistan by Mohammad Asghar Quraishi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Author(s): Quraishi,Mohammad Asghar,; Khan,Mir Alam Title(s): Survey and regeneration of medicinal plants in West Pakistan: final technical report/ by M. Quraishi and Mir Alam Khan. Country of Publication: Pakistan Publisher: Peshawar: Pakistan Forest Institute, Description: 33 p. review the status of medicinal plants resea rch in Pakistan.

Key words: Medicinal plants of Pakistan, research and development, conservatio nal issues, marketing, problems and : Zabta Khan Shinwari. Report on the survey of medicinal herbs in the North-West Frotier Province, mimeog., 28 pp.

Printed33 pp. T „Ten Years of Pakistan” — Karachi (The Centre) (ca. ).Cited by: The traditional medicinal usage of plants for curing human ailments is vital to indigenous communities in the northern parts of Pakistan, which is considered valuable local sociocultural heritage.

Our study conducted a survey with the local community evaluating the plants, the mode and parts that are used, and for which treatment these plants Author: Inayat Ur Rahman, Aftab Afzal, Zafar Iqbal, Robbie Hart, Elsayed Fathi Abd_Allah, Abeer Hashem, Mash. Out of aboutspecies of higher plants reported from the world; more than 10% are used to cure ailing communities.

Beside many known drugs (e.g. tubocurarine, reserpine, aspirin and morphine etc) are discovered based on traditional knowledge. Majority of the people in Pakistan rely on medicinal plants to find treatment for their minor, even in some cases major by:   Thus, among the surveyed 93 species, non-woody plants have high tendency towards medicinal use of the plants as compared to woody plants (keeping the socio-economic characteristics of the communities in respective region constant).

The probability of a perennial plant for medicinal use is about percent higher than that of annual by: A survey of both Kavirajes and tribal medicinal practitioners revealed that a total of 96 plants distributed in to 54 families were used for treatment of : Rahmatullah Qureshi.

The medicinal plant species with highest fidelity level was of Berberis lycium cited % for Jaundice, Diarrhea, Pile, Dysentery, Anti-tumor, Urinary infections, Digestive Problems, Dry Cough.

The ethnobotany of Chitral valley, Pakistan with particular reference to medicinal plants Article (PDF Available) in Pakistan Journal of Botany 41(4) January with 1, Reads. Traditional Medicinal and Economic Uses of Hundred Drug Plants of West an Forest A survey on the utilization of medicinal plants used by.

Present study is the first document on ethnobotanical uses of 85 medicinal plant species used by the inhabitants of Hafizabad district, Punjab-Pakistan. The current ethnomedicinal uses of reported plant species were compared previous studies conducted in Pakistan and other areas [21,26,66,80,–] as shown in Table 1, to find the novelty index.

Approximately,15% medicinal uses of reported species Cited by: Medicinal plants of Southern West Pakistan Unknown Binding – January 1, by Syed Riaz Baquar (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to Author: Syed Riaz Baquar. In an ethno-medicinal study from the valley of Miandam, Swat, a total of plant species have been listed, with medicinal use reported for 27 plants, but without reference to local names, habitats, and which parts of these plants are used.

Recording the indigenous knowledge of medicinal plants is an urgent by: Medicinal plants of Southern West Pakistan. Karachi, Botany Section, Central Laboratories, Pakistan Council of Scientific and Industrial Research [] (OCoLC) Regeneration Survey and regeneration of medicinal plants in West Pakistan book cultivation of medicinal plants The Unani based system in Pakistan did not actively promote the establishment of a series of medicinal plant gardens to provide supplies of raw materials for herbal by: Although the number of plant species with medicinal properties in Pakistan is not firmly established, there may be in excess of species that fall within a general definition of a MAP.

This accounts for around 50 percent of the total number of flowering plants found in Pakistan. A more conservative estimate puts this total at between Ethno-survey of traditional use of plants as aphrodisiacs in Kashmir Himalaya, India The selected respondents were experts in the use of medicinal plants with a reputation in their society regarding their knowledge on traditional medicines.

R.R. StewartAn Annotated Catalogue of the Vascular Plants of West Pakistan and Kashmir. Fakhri Cited by: 1. This paper reports the results of an ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants used by the Thari people of the Nara Desert, Sindh, Pakistan.

Fifty-one plant species distributed across 28 families and 43 genera were discovered to have medicinal uses by local inhabitants of the Nara by: is a platform for academics to share research papers.

Although indigenous knowledge about medicinal uses of plant have been recorded widely all over the world (Ratnam and Raju,Jamila and Mostafa, ; Ngarivhume et al., ; Bolson et al., ), in Pakistan (Qureshi,Abbasi et al.,Ahmad et al.,Bibi et al.,Kayani et al.,Rehman et al., ), but medicinal Cited by: TAXONOMY AND CONSERVATION OF MEDICINAL PLANTS IN CANAL-IRRIGATED AREAS OF PUNJAB, PAKISTAN Khalid Farooq Akbar 1 Mohammad Athar 1 Department of Botany Government Post-Graduate Gollege Sahiwal, PAKISTAN [email protected] pk California Department of Food and Agriculture N Street, Room Sacramento, CaliforniaUSA.

A field trip was undertaken in Ladakh, the northernmost frontier of Jammu and Kashmir State, India. A collection of plants was made from this remote trans-Himalayan region at an altitude ranging from to m.

Local people were contacted for the local names and uses of plants growing there. They are used as vegetables, in ceremonial observation, in material culture, in Cited by: medicinal plants. Medicinal plants naturally synthesize and accumulate some secondary metabolites, like alkaloids, sterols, terpenes, flavonoids, saponins, glycosides, cyanogeniCS, tannins, resins.

lactones, quinines, volatile Oils etc. The medicinal plants have been used for treatment Of illnesses and diseases, since the dawn of time. In this context, the present study is the first reference in this country with particular emphasis on ethnopharmacological application of medicinal plants for skin diseases and folk cosmetics.

Methods Study site. The North-West Frontier Province (NWFP) is one of the four main provinces of by: A study of medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs) was conducted from September, to April, in different sites of District Chitral, Pakistan.

The objectives of the study were to identify alternate livelihood opportunity for the local people and to investigate linkages in Author: Hassan Sher. In some cases field photos of the medicinal plants were used to confirm the local names by the informants.

The plant specimens were collected during field survey with the help of informants. The medicinal plants were identified using regional Flora and plant taxonomists at the Herbarium of Pakistan (ISL) Quaid-i-Azam by: Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies Year:Volume: 1, Issue: 1 First page: (7) Last page: (15) ISSN: Online Available at Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies Vol.

1 No. 1 Page | 7 Traditional and Medicinal Uses of Carica papaya Aravind. G *1, Debjit Bhowmik 1 1, Duraivel.

Five wild plants used for medicinal purposes in canon ailments of the area are listed separately on the last Information on additional edible plants and more detailed information on the plants recommended in this paper can be obtained from the books cited in the following bibliography 1.

The history of medicinal plant use by humans to treat diverse ailments dates back to ancient civilizations [6, 7]. Even though the advent of allopathic medicine has somehow minimized the role of medicinal plants in favor of synthetic drugs, a number of modern drug discoveries have been based on medicinal plants used by indigenous by:   According to the report of economic survey of Pakistan, the national herd of Pakistan includes million goats, million cattle, million buffalos, million sheep, and million camels.

People residing in the remote areas utilize medicinal plants for livestock’s by: 6. Respiratory disorders are a common cause of malady and demise in Pakistan due to its remoteness, cold and harsh climatic conditions as well as scarce health care facilities. The people rely upon the indigenous plant resources to cure various respiratory disorders.

The primary objective of this review was to assemble all available ethno-medicinal data of plants used for respiratory disorders in Cited by: 2. A floristic survey of Cholistan desert was carried out during and total of 38 families, genera and species were documented from the area.

Among families, 33 families belong to Dicotyledons of 79 genera and species, while the 38 species of 26 genera belong to 4 families of Monocotyledons and 1 family of gymnosperms with 1 genus and 1 by: 8.

We investigated the phytosociology, structure and dynamics of Pinus roxburghii in 40 stands in northern areas of Pakistan by using cluster analysis (Ward’s agglomerative clustering) and ordination (Nonmetric Multidimensional Scaling). Cluster analysis revealed three major groups associated with specific environmental characteristics: (1) P.

roxburghii (2) Pinus-Quercus baloot and (3) Pinus Cited by: 6. The plants collected, indicated by the locals, were identified according to "Flora of West Pakistan".

The voucher specimens were deposited in Quaid-i-Azam University Herbarium. A total 56 medicinal plant species belonging to 36 families are listed in this paper.

This paper constitutes an important ethnobiological survey in the context of utilizing biological resources by residents of Kala Chitta hills of Pothwar region, Pakistan. The fundamental aim of this research endeavour was to catalogue and analyse the indigenous knowledge of native community about plants and animals.

The study is distinctive in the sense to explore both ethnobotanical and Cited by: Get this from a library. A note on the plants of medicinal value found in Pakistan.

[Abdul Hamid Khan; Pakistan Forest College and Research Institute. Medicinal Plant Branch.]. A botanical garden is a place where plants, especially ferns, conifers and flowering plants, are grown and displayed for the purposes of research and distinguishes them from parks and pleasure gardens where plants, usually with showy flowers, are grown for public amenity only.

Botanical gardens that specialize in trees are sometimes referred to as arboretums. Medicinal Plants of India and Pakistan 3rd Edition by J. Dastur (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

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Semistructured questionnaires were designed to collect ethnogynaecological and ethnographic data. Total of 51 medicinal plants belonging to 36 families were documented that were used by the women of studied regions for the treatment of 9 types Cited by: 8.

Plants are providing reliable therapy since time immemorial. Pakistan has a great diversity in medicinal flora and people use these ethno-medicines to deal with many skin problems. This review explores the fundamental knowledge on various dermatological properties of medicinal plants of Pakistan and is aimed to provide a baseline for the discovery of new plants having activities against Author: Alamgeer, Amber Sharif, Hira Asif, Waqas Younis, Humayun Riaz, Ishfaq Ali Bukhari, Asaad Mohamed Ass.Get this from a library!

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