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A Lexicon of Medicinal Plants in India, Volume 1

By: DN Guha Bakshi, P Sensarma and DC Pal
552 pages, Illus
A Lexicon of Medicinal Plants in India, Volume 1
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An encyclopaedia of medicinal plants of India. The present works document latest names, chromosome numbers, English, Sanskrit and vernacular names of all states, trade names, traditional uses including ethnic, Ayurvedic, Homoeopathy, Siddha, Unani and modern uses. It also covers phytography, chemistry, adulterants, etc.

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By: DN Guha Bakshi, P Sensarma and DC Pal
552 pages, Illus
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