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Some tribal medicinal plants of Chittagong hill tracts, Bangladesh


Some tribal medicinal plants of Chittagong hill tracts, Bangladesh



Bangladesh Journal of Plant Taxonomy 14(2): 117-128



ISSN/ISBN: 1028-2092

DOI: 10.3329/bjpt.v14i2.531

A survey was carried out in different localities of Rangamati and Bandarban Districts of Bangladesh between 2001 and 2002 to document medicinal plants. A total of 69 medicinal plants under 40 families were documented during this work, which the tribal use to treat about 50 diseases. Scientific names, tribal names of the plants, parts used, names of the diseases and names of the user communities are mentioned.

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