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Indian Traditional Veterinary Medicinal Plants

 
Gyanendra Nath Srivastava (Author)
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Plants have been utilized by man to meet his daily requirements since ancient times. As civilisation progressed, humans learnt the use of plants for their health care also. Since both man and plants co-evolved together, many of their constituents are similar in nature and therefore certain plant compounds have been found to cure specific human diseases. Traditional and folklore medicinal systems of India are very rich in knowledge on the plants as drugs. This information is proving useful in discovering individual compounds as modern drugs. Basic metabolic processes occurring in human and animals being identical, the herbal drugs identified for human use can be prescribed for the corresponding animal diseases. This book attempts to fulfil the need for a publication of traditional medicinal plants drugs used in veterinary medicine. This book details the use of a large number of single herbal drugs and their compound formulations as medicines in veterinary practice and animal health care. The efficacy of the herbal drugs depends on the genuineness of the plant materials used. Effort has been made to identify for each medicinal plant, the areas of occurrence and region-wise local names. Description provided on each medicinal plant gives taxonomical features, chemical constituents, concerned biological activities and rationale for their therapeutic use. A brief account of the cultivation protocol and harvesting time for optimum activities of principles are also given to encourage generation of the authentic plant material by users. The processing and storage procedures are also mentioned. Information on the ingredients of some important Ayurvedic preparations, controversial drugs, adulterants, substitutes and dangerous drugs is included. The indications, dosages, precautions are also given as specified by practitioners. It is hoped that the information provided in the book would be useful to the pharmacists, traditional Ayurvedic and veterinary physicians, students, teachers and researchers of the pharmaceutical and veterinary colleges and institutes and others variously involved in the use of medicinal plants for animal health care.

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About the author

Gyanendra Nath Srivastava

Dr. Gyanendra N. Srivastava (b. 1956) did his master's degree in Ancient History, Culture and Archaeology from Allahabad University in 1st division in 1977 and Post-Graduate Diploma in Archaeology form Institute of Archaeology in 1986. He joined Archaeological Survey of India in 1980 and had been associated with the fieldwork in the variuos disciplines of Archaeology conducted in the different parts of the country. The author had been actively particpated in the archaeological excavations at Ballaldhipi, dist. Nadia (W.B.), Khalkatapatna, dist. Puri, and Lalitagiri, Dist. Cuttack (Orissa), Vanhalli, dist. Kolar (Karnataka), Inayatpur and Mehtabbagh, dist. Agra (U.P.) in different capactities. He had contributed through the field explorations conducted by him in district Cuttack and Puri (Orissa). The author has presented elborate reports on some problem-oriented works, viz. the survey of Lakhanu-Pura project dist. Aligarh, Exploration of Batesar dist. Agra, Architecutral Survey of Vrindaban dist. Mathura (U.P.) and exploration in Kanvashram area near Kotadwar, dist. Paudi-Gharwal (Uttaranchal). Besides, in random tours and inspection visits he brought to notice a number of sites, monuments, antiquarian remains and acquisitions of rare coins in valuable metals i.e. from vill. Kashorepur near Hastinapur dist. Meerut. He did his Ph.D. from Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University, Agra in 1996. At present the author is working as Asst. Superintending Archaeologist in the Survey and heading the Archaeological Museum, Chanderi (M.P.)

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Bibliographic information

Title Indian Traditional Veterinary Medicinal Plants
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2000
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8186943676
length viii+581+3p., Figures; Tables; Plates; References; 29cm.