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For years, medicinal plants have been a primary source of rectifiers for healthcare. Information about how plants work is either passed
down from elders, learned through experience or via trials, but it isn’t always proven. A similarly extensive repository of ethnomedical
knowledge is North Haryana. The present study demonstrate the importance of plants from the Hisar district in the state of Haryana for
ethnomedicine. Field checks and in-depth interviews conducted in the fields between 2022 and 2023 were used to gather the data. The
current study contains thorough ethnomedical information, including common and botanical names, family names, pharmaceutical
delivery methods, lozenge dosage forms, and ailments addressed. It was determined that this region still has a wealth of practical
ethnomedical expertise and may contribute to further herbal medicine development programs.
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