ETHNOBOTANICAL STUDY OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINAL PLANTS USED IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES IN THE URBAN AREAS OF KHURDA, ODISHA, INDIA

  • JIBAN MISHRA Department of Botany, School of Applied Sciences, Centurion University of Technology and Management, Odisha, India.
  • GYANRANJAN MAHALIK Department of Botany, School of Applied Sciences, Centurion University of Technology and Management, Odisha, India.
  • SAGARIKA PARIDA Department of Botany, School of Applied Sciences, Centurion University of Technology and Management, Odisha, India.

Abstract

Objective: The present work deals in collecting information about the medicinal plant species used for the treatment of diabetes by the traditional healers in the urban areas of Khurda districts of Odisha and identification as well as documentation of these species.


Methods: Extensive field survey was conducted in the study area; information about plants were collected from local herbal practitioners, village elders, patients, and traditional healers through normal conversations, interviews, and discussion.


Results: During survey, 40 medicinal plant species belonging to 36 genera and 25 families were identified and documented having antidiabetic activity. Most of the species were trees (47.5%) followed by shrubs (32.5%) and herbs (20%). It was observed that among all the parts, generally leaves were mostly used. During this survey work, Gymnema sylvestre paid the attention and found as the most common species used by traditional healers.


Conclusion: From the current findings, it was concluded that medicinal plants have the potential to replace the synthetic drugs which are restricted by their efficiency and side effects.

Keywords: Diabetes, Drugs, Gymnema sylvestre, Medicinal, Synthetic, Traditional

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JIBAN MISHRA, GYANRANJAN MAHALIK, and SAGARIKA PARIDA. “ETHNOBOTANICAL STUDY OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINAL PLANTS USED IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES IN THE URBAN AREAS OF KHURDA, ODISHA, INDIA”. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, Vol. 12, no. 9, July 2019, pp. 73-78, https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ajpcr/article/view/34382.
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