ETNOZOOLOGICAL SURVERY OF NOMADIC TRIBS FROM DROUGHT PRONE REGION SANGOLA, DIST. SOLAPUR (MS) INDIA
*Kamble V. S.
Journal Title:World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research
India is the country where, over million communities are actively
involved in traditional health workers. They includes village bone
setter, herbal medicine practitioners specializing in jaundice, paralysis,
children diseases, eye diseases, poison healing etc., and midwives.
Zootherapy is the healing of human diseases by use of therapeutics obtained or ultimately derived from animals. Present study deals with survey of ethnozoological knowledge of nomadic tribes from drought prone region Sangola of Maharashtra (India). About 21 animal species are used in treatment of 34 different human health aliments.