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The Singhason hill range in Karbi Anglong district, Assam, India is considered a floristic hotspot of Assam, India. The region has poor access to modern healthcare system and people rely on traditional medicine for primary healthcare. The present study investigates ethnomedicinal claims relating to treatment and management of plant poisons and venomous bites practised among the people in Singhason hills. Methods adopted for the present study included semi-structured interviews and personaldoi:10.7897/2277-4343.06130 fatcat:cqwtos7v5fh3dnljrjv2j63tza