Indranarayan Kuiria & Jyoti Kumarb
*Bagmundi Junior High School, Bagmundi, Purulia(W.B)
Department of Botany, Ranchi University, Ranchi, India.
Received 12th June 2007; Revised 10th August 2007
Abstract : The Present study includes 27 ethnomedicobotanical plant species. These plants are commonly used by the tribals well as non-tribal rural people of Purulia district for the treatment of one the most prevalent disease dysentery.