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Abstract

Ethno-medicinal uses of plants growing in the Bulandshahr district of northern India.

Abstract

The folk medicinal uses of Ailanthus excelsa bark for constipation, Azadirachta indica leaves for digestive disorders and toothache, Barleria prionitis shoots or roots for asthma and whooping cough, Brassica nigra [seed] oil for corns, Capparis sepiaria roots for pruritus, Cassia fistula pods for fever, Solanum nigrum leaves for headaches, Tridax procumbens leaves for wounds, and Woodfordia fruticosa bark for colds are reported.