In traditional herbal medicine, numerous plants have been used to treat different diseases. In this review book we have compiled available published literatures and data about medicinal plants from different region of Bangladesh. In total of 231plants from around 50 different families are used for the treatment. The plants that are widely used mainly for folk medicine or aurdbadic treatment by triabal people, kavirajes and even by local peoples. The diseases that are mostly treated with the medicinal plants are very different: skin disease, common cold, fever, sexually transmitted disease, cancer, abdominal pain, rheumatism, gastric pain, women disease, and some of the different infectious disease. We also listed by the plants according to their families and the parts used for the treatment of diseases. We also summarized the diseases treated most with many differents plants. The metabolite extraction, in vitro propagation and conservation also discussed breifly. For some medicinal plants showed antimicrobial and cytotoxic activities are also presented.Über den Autor:
Mst Monira Khaton studied Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering in Islamic University, Kushtia, Bangladesh. She also worked in crop Science in University of Padova. She is working as Principle at Bahar Agricultural College, Bangladesh. She is interested on the Medicinal Plants in Bangladesh and traditional ways of diseases treatment. Dr. Md Munan Shaik, is a Assistant Professor at Dept. of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering,Islamic University, Bangladesh. He received PhD from University of Padova, Italy and had Postdoctoral Training from IBS, CNRS, France.
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