Himalayan Ethnomedicine Bibliography

Ahluwalia, K. S. (1965). Medicinal plants of Har-ki-dun, Toons division, UP. Nagarjun, 8: 135-139. 

Anonymous (1970-1988). The wealth of India: Raw Materials. Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi, India (Reprinted).  Vol-1-6.

Ansari, A. A. & Ghana Nand. (1985). Some medicinal plants of Pauri, Garhwal. Himalayan Chem. Pharm. Bult., 2: 42-44.

Arya, K. R., P. C. Pande & V. P. Tiwari (1999). Ethnobotanical study on tribal areas of Almora district. Ethnobotany, 11:100-104.

Aswal, B. S. & A. K. Goel (1989). Less-known medicinal uses of three plants from Western Himalaya (India). Econ. Bot., 43: 419-420.

Aswal, B. S. (1992). Less known medicinal uses of three plants from Kumaun Himalaya (India). Indian J.  of Forestry, 15(1): 76-77.

Aswal, B. S. (1996). Conservation of ethnomedicinal plants diversity of Garhwal Himalayain India. In: Ethnobiology ih Human Welfare (Ed. S. K. Jain). Deep Publications, New Delhi. Pp: 133-135.

Atkinson, E. T. (1882). The Himalayan Gazetteer. Reprinted by Cosmo Publications, India (1973), Vol-I, Part-II. 

Badoni, A. K. (1986). Some aspects of the ethnobotany of the hill tribes of Uttarkashi district. Pro. of Indian Botanical Conference, 65: 57-58.

Badoni, A. K. (1987-1988). Ethnobotany of hill tribes of Uttarkashi, plants used in rituals and psychomedicinal practices. J. Himalayan Studies & regional Development, 11&12: 103-115.

Badoni, A. K. (1989-90). Remarks on the high altitudinal medicinal plants of Garhwal Himalaya. J. Himalayan Studies & Regional Development, 13&14: 37-45.

Badoni, A. K. (1995). Garhwal Himalaya Mein Jaivik Vividhata Avam Satat Vikas Hetu Jari Booti Udhyog (in hindi). Society of Himalayan Environmental and Development, Vikasnagar, Dehra Dun.

Badoni, A.K. (1989-1990). Remark on the high altitudinal medicinal plants of Garhwal Himalaya. J. Himalayan Studies & regional Development, 13&14: 37-45.

Badoni, A.K. (1990). An ethnobotanical study of Pinswari community: A preliminary survey. Bulletin of Botanical Survey of India, 32: 103-115.

Badoni, Arun & Kiran Badoni (2001). Ethnobotanical heritage. In: Garhwal Himalaya: Nature, Culture and Society (Eds. O. P. Kandari and O. P. Gusain.). Transmedia, Media House, Srinagar, Garhwal. Pp: 127-147.

Baruah, Parukutty & G. C. Sharma (1987). Studies on the medicinal use of plants by the Northern tribes-III. J. Econ. Tax. Bot., 11: 65-70.

Bhadula, S. K., A. Singh, H. Lata, C. P. Kuniyal & A. N. Purohit (2000). Distribution pattern, population diversity and propagation of some high altitude medicinal herbs from Garhwal Himalaya: Problems and prospects for conservation. In: High Altitude of the Himalaya-II (Biodiversity, Ecology & Environment) (Ed. Y. P. S. Pangety), Gyanogaya Prakasan, Nainital, 2: 389-413.

Bhargava, K. S. (1959). Unusaul and supplementary food plants of Kumaun. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc., 56: 26-31.

Bhatt, K. C. & R. D. Gaur (1992). A contribution to ethnobotany of Rajis in Pithoragarh district. Acta Botanica Indica, 20: 76-83.

Bhatt, K. C., M. K. Bist & R. D. Gaur (1987-89). Folk-medicines of Byans valley in Pithoragarh. JOHSARD, 11(12): 117-123.

Bhatt, V. P. (1994). Ethnomedicine of pilgrims at Bagrinath, the holy Himalayan shrine of Hindus. In: Abstract of Fourth International Congress of Ethnobiology ‘Ethnobiology in Human Welfare’ NBRI, Lucknow, India. Pp: 144. 17-21 Nov., 1994.

Bist, M. K. & A. K. Badoni (1990). Araceae in the folk life of tribal populace in Garhwal Himalaya. J. Eco. Bot. Phytochem., 1: 21-24.

Bist, M. K., K. C. Bhatt & R. D. Gaur (1988). Folk medicine of Arakot valley in district Uttarkashi: An ethnobotanical study. In: Indigenous Medicinal Plants (Ed. P. Kaushik). Today & Tomorrow Printers & Publishers, New Delhi. Pp: 157-166.

Biswas, S. (1988). Rare and threatened taxa in the forest flora of Tehri Garhwal Himalaya and the strategy for their conservation. Indian J. Forestry, 11: 233-237.

Brij Lal & D. K. Upreti. (1995). Ethnobotanical notes on three Indian lichens. Lichenologist, 27(1): 77-79.

Chandra, K & H. C. Pande (1983). Collection of plants around Agora-Dodital in Uttar Kashi district of Uttar Pradesh, with medicinal values and folklore clamis. Intern. J. Crude Drugs Res., 21: 21-28.

Chatterjee, A & S. C. Pakrashi (Eds.1991). The Treatise on Indian Medicinal Plants. Coun. Sci. Industr. Res., New Delhi.

Chauhan, N. S. & Y. S. Parmal (1994). Some rare and interesting medicinal and aromatic plants of Western Himalaya. In: Abstract of Fourth International Congress of Ethnobiology ‘Ethnobiology in Human Welfare’ NBRI, Lucknow, India. Pp: 147. 17-21 Nov., 1994.

Chopra, R. B., S. I. Nayar & I. P. Chopra (1956). Glossary of Indian Medicinal Plants. New Delhi.

Dabral, S.P. (1964). Uttarakhand Ke Pashu Chaarak (in hindi). Doggada, Garhwal.

Datt, B & B. Lal (1993). Less known medicinal uses of some plants from Pithoraghar district of Kumaun Himalaya, U.P. Aryavaidyan,  6: 242-246.

Dhar, U., R. S. Rawal & S. S. Samant (1998). Wild plant resources and inhabitants in Askot Wildlife Sanctuary of Kumaun in Indian Himalaya: Conservation issue. In: Biodiversity Conservation in Managed and Protected Areas (Eds. P. C. Kotwal and S. Banerjee). Asro Botanica, Bikaner, Pp: 128-142.

Dhar, V., S. S. Samant, R. S. Rawal & S. Sharma. (1997). Studies on biota and resource use pattern of the natives within Askot Wild Life Sanctuary of Kumaun Himalaya. Tiger Paper, 24 (4): 12-18.

Dhasmana, H. (1986a). Medicinal plants of Pauri town (Garhwal) and adjacent forest region (Part: family-Labiatae). J. Sci. Res. Pl. Med., 4: 52-56.

Dhasmana, H. (1986b). Medicinal plants of Pauri town (Garhwal) and adjacent forest region (Part 1: family-Compositae). J. Sci. Res. Pl. Med., 7: 45-49.

Dhasmana, H. (1987). Medicinal plants of Pauri town and adjacent forest region (Pauri Garhwal). J. Sci. Res. Pl. Med., 8: 1-8.

Farooquee, Nehal A. & Krishna G. Saxena. (1996). Conservation and utilization of medicinal plants in high hills of the central Himalayas. Environment Conservation, 23: (1) 75-80.

Gaur, R. D. & J. K. Semwal (1983). Some little known wild edible of Garhwal Himalaya. Man & Environment, 7: 161-165.

Gaur, R. D. & J. K. Semwal (1984). Exploitation and threat to some high altitude plants in Garhwal Himalaya. In: Assessment of Threatened Plants of India. B. Si., Calcutta, Pp. 37-39.

Gaur, R. D. & J. K. Tiwari (1987). Some little known medicinal plants of Garhwal Himalaya: An ethnobotanical study. In: Medicinal and Poisonous Plants of the Tropics (Ed. Leewenberg). Netherland. Pp: 139-192.

Gaur, R. D. (1987). A contribution to the flora of Srinagar Garhwal. J. Econ. Tax. Bot., 9(31): 63.

Gaur, R. D., J. K. Semwal & J. K. Tiwari (1984). A survey of high altitude medicinal plants of Garhwal Himalaya. Ethnomedico J. Ayur and Sddha, 3: 102-116.

Gaur, R. D., J. K. Semwal & J. K. Tiwari (1984). A survey of high altitude medicinal plants of Garhwal Himalaya. Bull. Med. Ethnobot. Res., 4(3-4): 102-116.

Gaur, R. D., J. K. Semwal & M. P. Sharma (1980). Ethnotoxic plants of Garhwal hills. The Eastern Anthropologist, 33: 159-163.

Gaur, R. D., K.C. Bhatt & J. K. Tiwari (1992). An ethnobotanical study of Uttar Pradesh Himalaya in relation to veterinary medicines. J. Indian Bot. Soc., 72: 139-144.

Gaur, R. D., M. K. Bisht & K. C. Bhatt (1988). A note on medicinal and other uses of some animal in Garhwal Himalaya: An ethnozoological perspective. Man in India, 68(2&3): 292-297. 

Gaur, R. D., V. P. Purohit & R. A. Silas (1986). Eunymus tingens Wall. (Celastraceae) –A tree of multieconomic folk utility in Raath region (Garhwal Himalaya). Bull. Bot. Surv. India., 28: 146-148.

Gupta, B. L. (1928). Forest Flora of Chakrata Dehra Dun and Saharanpur Forest Division. United Provinces, Calcutta.

Gupta, R. (1962). Medicinal plants of West Himalaya. J. Agric. Trop. Bot. Applied, 9: 1-54.

Gupta, R. K. (1960). Some useful and medicinal plants of Garhwal Himalaya: An ethnobotanical study. In: Medicinal and Poisonous Plants of the Tropics (Ed. Leewenberg). Pp: 139-142.

Gupta, R. K. (1960). Some useful and medicinal plants of Nainital district in the Kumaun Himalaya. Indian Forester, 57: 309-324.

Gupta, R. K. (1960). Some useful and medicinal plants of Nainital in Kumaun Himalaya. J. Bomb. Nat. Hist. Soc., 68(3): 791-803.

Gupta, R.K. (1968). Flora of Nainitalensis. Navayug Traders, New Delhi.

Issar, R. K. (1981). Traditionally important medicinal plants and folklore of Uttaranchal Himalaya for animal tretment. J. Sci. Res. Pl. Med., 2: 61-66.

Jain, S. K. & A. R. K. Sastry (1980). Plant resources in the Himalayas. In: Proc. National Seminar on Resources, Development and Environment in The Himalaya Region. Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India, New Delhi. Pp: 98-107.

Jain, S. K. & Arbind Saklani (1991). Observations on the Tons valley region in the Uttarkashi district of the North-West Himalaya, India. Mountain Research Development, 11(2): 157-161.

Jain, S. K. & R. R. Rao. (1997). A Hand Book of Field and Herbarium Methods. Todays & Tomorrow’s Prints & Publishers, New Delhi.

Jain, S. K. (1965). On the prospects of some new or less well known medicinal plants resources. Indian Medical J., 59: 270-272. 

Jain, S. K. (1975). Medicinal Plants. National Book Trust, New Delhi.

Jain, S. K. (1991). Dictionary of Indian Folk Medicine and Ethnobotany. Deep Publications, New Delhi.

Jain, S. K. (Ed.). (1996). Ethnobiology in Human Welfare. Deep Publication, New Delhi.

Joshi Pramila & P. C. Pande (1997). Ethnobotany of Bhotia tribe of Kumaun Himalaya. In: Studies on Kumaun Himalaya (Eds. S. K. Sarma and N. C. Dhauondiyar). Indus Publishing Co., New Delhi. Pp: 63-89.

Joshi, D. N., B. C. L. Shah & R. K. Suri (1982). Some medicinal plants of Rudranath Bugyal (Dist. Chamoli), U.P. Bull. Med. Ethnobot. Res., 3: 27-42.

Joshi, G. C. & P. C. Pande (2000). Ethnobotany of Tarikhet block of Kumaun Himalaya. In: ‘Shikhar’ Salutation to the Himalaya (Ed. C. M. Agrwal). Indian Publishers & Distributors, Delhi. Pp: 209-228.

Joshi, G.C. & K.C. Tewari. (1985). Suggestion for medicinal plants cultivation. Drug. Himalayan Research and Development, 4(2): 43-46.

Joshi, G.C. & M.R.Uniyal. (1991). Folk medicinal importance of “Udsaleeb” Paconia emodi Wall. and its cultivation strategy from western Himalaya. Drug. Sachitra Ayurved, August: 124-125.

Joshi, G.C. & V.P. Tewari. (1994). Danta rogan mai Utterakhand ke ausadhi, Timoor (Zanthoxylum alatum) (in hindi). Drug. Ayurved Vikas, November.

Joshi, G.C. (1989). New or little known plants from Kumoun Himalaya. Misc. J. Eco. Tax. Bot., 13(2): 347-348.

Joshi, G.C. (1993). Notes on the vegetation types of inner Himalayan ranges of Kumaun Himalayaa with special reference to herbal resources. Misc. J. Eco. Tax. Bot., 17(2): 367-371.

Joshi, G.C. (1993). Podophyllum hexandrum Royle : herbal drug – a ray of hope for Cancer’s medicine. Drug. Sachitra Ayurved,  July: 55-56.

Joshi, G.C. (1995). Ayurved anusandhan me vanaspatik sarvekshan evam papapalaya ki avashyakta-ek sujhava (in hindi). Misc. Sachitra Ayurved, November: 525-526.

Joshi, G.C., K.C. Tewari & G. Pandey. (1992). A review of indigenous system of medicine with special reference to herbal drugs. Aryavaidyan, 3(3): 173-179.

Joshi, G.C., K.C. Tewari & G. Pandey. (1992). Environmental degradation in Western Himalaya and some suggestion for conservation through natural resources. Sachitra Ayurved,  January: 520-525.

Joshi, G.C., K.C. Tewari & V.P. Tewari. (1995). Alpine environs around Kamoun and Garwal in central Himalaya, India with special reference to herbal resources. Bull. Med. Ethnobot. Res., 16(3-4): 114-122.

Joshi, G.C., K.C. Tewari & V.P. Tewari. (1996-97). Botanical identification of new folk medicine for snakebite from Kamoun Himalaya. Aryavaidyan, 10(2): 114-115.

Joshi, G.C., K.C. Tewari, N.K. Pandey & G. Pandey. (1994). Bryophytes the source of the origin of Shilajatu – a new hypothesis. Bull. Med. Ethnobot. Res., 15(1-4): 106-111.

Joshi, G.C., K.C. Tewari, N.K. Pandey & G. Pandey. (1994). Dioscorea kumaonensis Kunth: a new source of anti hematic dgug from Kumoun Himalaya and its conservation strategy. Sachitra Ayurved, March: 298-299.

Joshi, G.C., K.C. Tewari, R.N. & M.R. Uniyal. (1991). Conservation and large-scale cultivation strategy of Indian ginseng – Panax pseudoginseng Wall. Indian Forester, 117 (2): 131-134.

Joshi, G.C., K.C. Tewari, R.N. Tewari, N.K. Pandey & G. Pandey. (1993). Resource survey of the pharmaceutically important plants of U.P. Himalaya. In: Himalayan Biodiversity Conservation Strategies (Ed. U.Dhar.). Gyanodya Prakashan, Nainital. Pp: 279-291.

Joshi, G.C., K.C.Tewari & G. Pandey. (1992). Environmental pollution in relation to economic development causes and control. Sachitra Ayurved, January: 243-248.

Joshi, G.C., K.C.Tewari, R.N. Tewari, N.K. Pandey & G. Pandey. (1993). Uttarakhand Himalaya ke Shilajeet Sailkhando ke sansadhan serveksan per ek adhyan (in hindi). Sanhitra Ayurved, July: 33-34.

Joshi, G.C., N.K. Pandey & M.R. Uniyal. (1989). Environmental hazards in western Himalaya. Man and Nature, September.

Joshi, G.C., N.K. Pandey & M.R. Uniyal. (1993). Inventory of disappearing angiosperms of Kumaun and Garhwal Himalaya: causes and suggestions. J. Eco. Tax. Bot., 17(2): 421-432.

Joshi, G.C., N.K. Pandey & R.K. Mudaiya and K.C. Tewari. (1996). Botanical identification of new folk medicine for snakebite from Kamaun Himalaya. Aryavaidyan, 10(2): 114-115.

Joshi, G.C., N.K. Pandey, K.C. Tewari & R.N. Tewari. (1991). A preliminary synecological approach for the study of herbal wealth of high altitude Himalaya and their conservation strategy. Bull. Med. Ethnobot. Res., 1-4(6): 98-102.

Joshi, G.C., N.K. Pandey, V.P. Tewari & K.C. Tewari. (1995). Indigenous system of medicine and drug abuse. Sachitra Ayurved, July: 207-208.

Joshi, G.C., N.K. Tewari & D.N. Tewari. (1987). Depleting plant resources – a case study from Kumaun Himalaya. J. Eco. Tax. Bot., 1(2): 13-16.

Joshi, G.C., R.N. Tewari & M.R. Uniyal. (1991). Records of plants after a century from Western Himalaya, Wallichia densiilora mapt. and Phrynium placentarum (Lour) merr. J.  Eco, Tax. Bot., 15(3): 719-720.

Joshi, G.C., V.P. Tewari &  K.C. Tewari. (1995). Taxus baccata Linn. (Himalayan yew): an emerging anticancer plant drug. Sachitra Ayurved, February: 611-612.

Joshi, G.C., V.P. Tewari & K.C. Tewari. (1995). Alpine environs around Kumaun and Garhwal in central himalaya, India with special reference to herbal resources. Silver Jublee Celebration of CCRAS New Delhi on Medicinal Plants. 21-23 March 95.

Joshi, G.C., V.P. Tewari & P. Joshi. (1982). Geaster mamosum: a bactericidal fungus used in Himalayan folklore. Ethnopharcology, 6: 361-362.

Joshi, Pramila & P. C. Pande (1995). Ethnobotany of the Rajis of Kumaun Himalaya: a preliminary study. In: Rishi-II. Utttaranchal Himalaya (Ed. M. P. Joshi). Shree Almora Book Depot, Almora. Pp: 241-263.

Juyal, S. P. & M. R. Uniyal (1960). Medicinal plants of commercial and traditional importance in Bhillangana valley of Tehri Garhwal. Nagarjun, 10: 26-36.

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Kalakoti, B. S. & Y. P. S. Pangety. (1988). Ethnomedicine of Bhotiya tribe of Kumaun Himalaya, UA. Bull. Med. Ethnobot. Res., 9:11-20.

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Kimothi, G. P & B. C. L. Shah (1989). Some medicinal plants of Gopeshwar-Tungnath region of Uttar Pradesh. Anc. Sci. Life, 8: 283-292.

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Lal, B. H. Dasmana & R. K. Nigam. (1989). A contribution to the medicinal plants lore of Garhwal region. Himalayan Research & Development, 8(182): 24-30.

Lal, Brij & D. K. Upreti. (1995). Ethnobotanical notes on three Indian lichens. Lachenologist, 27(1): 77-79.

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Maheshwari, J. K. & H. Singh (1990). Herbal remedies of Boxas of Nainital district, U.P. Ayurvaidan, 4: 251-259.

Maheshwari, J. K. & J. P. Singh (1984). Contribution to the ethnobotany of Bhoxa tribe of Bijnor and Pauri Garhwal district, U.P., J. Econ. Tax. Bot., 5(2): 253-259.

Maheshwari, J. K., K. K. Singh & S, Saha (1980). Ethnomedicinal use of plants by Tharus in Kheri district, UP. Bull. Medico. Ethnobot. Res., 1: 138-337.

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Maheswari, J. K. & Harish Singh. (1990). Herbal remedies of Bhoxas of Nainital district, U P. Aryavaidyan, 4(1): 30-34.

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Malhotra, C. L. & B. Balodi 1984. Wild medicinal plants in the use of Johari tribals. J. Econ. Tax. Bot., 5(4): 881-883.

Malhotra, C. L. & D. Bashu (1984). A preliminary survey of plants resources of medicinal and aromatic value from Almora. J. Econ. Tax. Bot., 5: 859-864.

Matpal Himani & P. C. Pande (2000). Kumaun Himalaya ke Vinayak chetra mai paltu pashuo ki paramparagat chikitsha padhati (in hindi). Lok Chetna Manch evam Mountain Forum dvara prakashit ‘Parvartika’, New Delhi, 1: 8-10.     

Mehrotra, B. N. (1979). Survey of medicinal plants around Kedarnath Shrine of Grhwal Himalaya. Indian Forester, 105: 788-801.

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Muddaiya, R.K., G.C. Joshi & N.K. Pandey. (1995). Status of some valnerable plant species from Ranikhet (Kumoun Himalaya). J. Eco. Tax. Bot., 19(3): 663-666.

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Negi, K. S. & K. C. Pant (1992). Less known wild species of Allium Linn (Amaryllidaceae) form mountainous region of India. Econ. Bot., 46(1): 112-116.

Negi, K. S. & R. D. Gaur (1991). A contribution to the Indian wild edible fruits of   U. P. hills. Bull. Bot. Sur. India, 33(1-4): 233-266.

Negi, K. S. & R. D. Gaur (1991). Little known wild Allium species in the Uttar Pradesh hills. Mountain Research & Development, 11(2): 162-164.

Negi, K. S., J. K. Tiwari, R. D. Gaur & K. C. Pant (1993). Notes on ethnobotany of five districts of Garhwal Himalaya, U.P., India. Ethnobotany, 5: 73-81.

Negi, K.S., J. K. Tiwari & R. D. Gaur (1985). Ethnobotanical importance of some trees in Garhwal Himalayas. J. Indian Bot. Soc., 61(Suppl.): 32.

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Paliwal, G. S. & A. K. Badoni (1990). Ethnobotany of hill tribes of Uttarkashi, II. Medicinal plants. J. Econ. Tax. Bot., 14: 421-442.

Pande, B. C., Bhaskar Datt & P. C. Pande. (2000). Notes on the ethnomedicinal aspect of some common Pteridophytes of Almora district of Kumaun Himalaya (Uttaranchal). Ethnobotany, 12: 56-59.

Pandey Bhawana & P. C. Pande. (1999). Ethnobotanical studies on Gymnospermic plants of Kumaun Himalaya. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot., 23(2): 253-255.

Pande, Deep Chandra & P. C. Pande (2001). Kumaun Himalaya ka lok vanshpati vigyan (in hindi). In: Yug Yugeen Uttaranchal (Ed. C. M. Agarwal). Indian Publishers Distributes, New Delhi. Pp: 175-193.  

Pande, G. (1993a). Amees – a traditional herbal drug of Uttarakhand Himalayas. Sachitra Ayurved, 45: 803-813.

Pande, G. (1993b). Ganjiyari – a traditional herbal drug of Uttarakhand Himalayas. Sachitra Ayurved, 46: 118-120.

Pande, G. (1994). Kubjak in Uttarakhand Himalaya: A traditional medicinal plants. Sachitra Ayurved, 46: 571-573.

­Pandey, G & G.C. Joshi. (1992). Gujkarul (Ramkarela) Uttar Pradesh ki Himalaya shetra ka aprisadha sak (in hindi). Sachitra Ayurved, March: 581-582.

Pandey, G., G.C. Joshi, N.K. Pandey & G. Pandey. (1994). Ethnobotanical studies on the medicinal flora of Tarikhet block (Kamaun Himalaya) district Almora, U.P. Part-III. Aryavaidyan, 8(2): 74-79.

Pandey, G., G.C. Joshi, N.K. Pandey & K.C. Tewari. (1994). Ethnobotanical studies on the medicinal flora of Tarikhet block (Kumaun Himalaya) district Almora, U.P., Part-I. Ayurvaidyan, 7(4): 212-223.

Pandey, G., G.C. Joshi, N.K. Pandey & K.C. Tewari. (1994). Ethnobotanical Studies on the medicinal flora of Tarikhet block (Kumaun Himalaya) district Almora, U.P. Part II. Aryavaidyan, 8(1):  40-46.

Pandey, G., G.C. Joshi, N.K. Pandey & K.C. Tewari. (1995). Ethnobotanical Studies on the medicinal flora of Tarikhet block (Kamaun Himalaya) district. Almora, U.P. Part- IV. Aryavaidyan, 8(3): 159-164.

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