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Putative Anthelmintic Plants Used in Traditional Medicine System of Kokrajhar District, India
Ethnobotany Research and Applications
Traditional medicine (TM) is a common practice among tribal communities of India. The present study has been designed to collect the ethnomedicinal plants used by the Bodo community of Kokrajhar district of India traditionally consumed to cure helminth infection. Methods: A total of 54 villages were surveyed from the Kokrajhar district. Twenty adjacent villages were taken as a cluster, and one informant was interviewed face-to-face with the help of a readymade questionnaire. Traditionaldoi:10.32859/era.22.10.1-18 fatcat:2w5elkw2vfeglei5tkdexxkfqq