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Medicinal plant management and health care development in Shey Phoksundo National Park, Dolpa
Suresh K. Ghimire
Microfiche. New Delhi : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 2005. 1 microfiche. Master microform held by: DLC.
|Statement||[prepared by Suresh Kumar Ghimire, Yeshi Choden Lama, and Yildiz Aumeeruddy].|
|Contributions||People and Plants Initiative., WWF Nepal Program.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2005/62611 (R)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8, xiv p.|
|LC Control Number||2003325208|
Get this from a library! Medicinal plants: recent advances in research and development. [Hsin-Sheng Tsay; Lie-Fen Shyur; Dinesh Chandra Agrawal; Yang-Chang Wu; Sheng-Yang Wang;] -- Since ancient times, plants have been used as a prime natural source of alternative medicines and have played an important role in our lives. The old tradition of medicinal plant application has. The impacts of climate change were severe on indigenous medicinal plant species and their dependent communities. The harvesting calendar and picking sites of these species were no longer coinciding and the changes were affecting harvesters and cultivators abilities to collect and use those species. Secondary sites: road-heads, wastelands, regenerated forests, and so forth, were.
The establishment of joint management mechanism is an important vehicle for efficient territorial and resource management in disputed, cross-border areas. As a type of management system or rights regime, the joint management can be further classified into the following three categories: 1. Claims-based joint management. 2. Crisis-based joint. management, with a minor in range management, from Oregon State University in Besides descriptions of medicinal plants of the Appalachian region, this pjuide includes a glossary of the terms used, a reference list of publications, and a listing of Care should be taken to respect property rights of landowners, and permission.
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Medicinal plants in Geriatric Health Care: An Evidence based approach Health care development and medicinal plants conservation at Shey Phoksundo National Park, Nepal It is a concise and. The new challenge being faced is a large-scale commercial trade of medicinal plants from this area of Nepal to India and elsewhere, with at least 40 tons of medicinal plants exported from the Shey Phoksundo National Park area in / The conservation of high-altitude medicinal plants is of concern throughout the Himalayan region, because they are important for traditional health care and in large-scale collection for trade.
Request PDF | On Jun 1,Suresh Kumar Ghimire and others published Conservation of plant resources, community development and training in applied ethnobotany at Shey-Phoksundo national park. Shey-Phoksundo National Park (SPNP) and its buffer zone area covering nine villages of Dolpa and two villages of Mugu district, is located in the Midwestern Himalayan region of Nepal.
Shey-Phoksundo, the largest national park of Nepal, including Shey monastery at m height and magnificent Phoksundo lake at m, the Nepal’s. Ghimire SK: Health Care Development and Medicinal Plant Conservation at Shey-Phoksundo National Park, Nepal.
Ghimire SK: Medicinal Plants within the Context of Pastoral Life in the Village of Pungmo, Dolpo, Nepal. Helles F: Medicinal Plants, Markets and Margins in the Nepal Himalaya: Trouble in Paradise.
Seasonal migration, a traditional adaptation strategy and common in Shey-Phoksundo National Medicinal plant management and health care development in Shey Phoksundo National Park, offers scopes for sharing ideas and goods. Folks were intending to diversify the livelihood in Shey-Phoksundo, Rara, and Khaptad National Parks where there were mixed impacts of tourism, commercial farming, and modernization.
Langtang National Park (LNP, Nepal) is a unique habitat for a number of highly valuable medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs). The medicinal plants have intense local. Suresh Kumar Ghimire. applied ethnobotany at Shey-Phoksundo national park and its buffer zone, Dolpa.
Technical Report. Jun ; Health care development and medicinal plants conservation at. Study Area. A total of six field visits each in one conservation area of Nepal were made. Six different conservation areas (Langtang National Park, Rasuwa district; Shey-Phoksundo National Park, Dolpa district; Rara National Park, Mugu district; Khaptad National Park, Doti district; Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve, Baglung district; and Apinampa conservation area, Darchula district) (Figure 1.
Rhizomes of both species have high values for health care and trade in the Himalaya. In a recent study (Ghimire et al., ), we documented the ethnoecological knowledge of resource users and local strategies of harvesting MPs in Shey-Phoksundo National Park.
This study showed great variation in knowledge and harvesting practices among. Introduction. Nepal is an excellent repository of cultural heritage for diverse ethnic groups and it has a rich tradition of folk practices for utilization of wild plants (Manandhar, a).There exists more than caste groups, and more than different languages are spoken within the country ().Due to its rich ethnic diversity, there is a very strong tradition in the use of medicinal.
Vol. Kathmandu, Nepal Report series; Medicinal Plants and Traditional Doctors in Shey-Phoksundo National Park and Other Areas of Dolpa District, Nepal. Thomas YA, Lama YC, Ghimire SK. Health Care Development and Medicinal Plant Conservation at Shey-Phoksundo National Park, Nepal.
In: Bhattarai N, Karki M, editor. This study estimates the national-level annual volume and value of commercial medicinal plant harvest in Nepal. Data were collected using open-ended questionnaires administered to local medicinal plant traders (n = ) in 15 districts in Nepal and regional wholesalers (n = 53) in India.
The annual trade volume is estimated to range from to 27 tons, with 14 tons harvested in the. Although about half of the area of Dolpa is covered by Shey-Phoksundo National Park and its buffer zone, the study area is neither part of Shey-Phoksundo National Park, nor its buffer zone (see Fig.
Download: Download high-res image (KB) Download:. Trade in Nepalese medicinal plants, fungi, and lichens is huge, yet there is no overview of traded species, impeding the development of targeted and appropriate conservation interventions.
This study intends to identify all traded species from Nepal, analyze their distribution patterns, and assess their vulnerability, none of which has been done before. Contemporary data on traded species were. The present study documents the indigenous knowledge of medicinal plants used in the Alaknanda catchment of Uttarakhand state in India.
Ethnomedicinal uses of medicinal plant species along with botanical name, vernacular name, family, habit, part used and folk medicinal uses are presented. They belong to 91 genera and 51 families.
These plants have been used to cure 60 types of different. Medicinal plant development in the United States Steven Foster Associate Editor, Herbalgram Author, Photographer PO Box Fayetteville, AR e’re really at a remarkable stage in medicinal plant development.
When we think of herbs generally we think of parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme, and the common culinary herbs that have come to. Results of our survey showed that brown bear were potentially distributed between m and m in the high mountainous region of Nepal, across an area of km 2 between the eastern border of Shey Phoksundo National Park (SPNP) and the Manasalu Conservation Area (MCA).
Set against this is a degree of protection afforded by the creation of a national park in (Shey Phoksundo - km2), which has certainly helped to put some breaks on the over-harvesting of medicinal plants. Focus on community-based management of medicinal plants.
Amchis and women: key actors in health care. Introduction. The global market of products derived from plants is estimated at $83 billion US and continues to grow .Furthermore, it is estimated that approximately 25% of modern drugs and as many as 60% of antitumor drugs  are derived from natural products .According to the WHO, between 65% and 80% of the populations of developing countries currently use medicinal plants as remedies .Medicinal plants, also called medicinal herbs, have been discovered and used in traditional medicine practices since prehistoric times.
Plants synthesise hundreds of chemical compounds for functions including defence against insects, fungi, diseases, and herbivorous us phytochemicals with potential or established biological activity have been identified.Medicinal plant and diseases treated.
A total of 45 plant species found in the NDUFR are used as plant medicines (Table (Table1). 1).The number of medicinal plants recorded in this study is lower than the medicinal plants reported by  for the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, number is also lower than that reported by  and  for East Usambara and Ruvu Forest Reserve, Tanzania.