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Vol. 10, Special Issue 12 (2021)

Purposive survey and documentation of wild plants and herbs used in traditional meat products by the Mising tribe of Assam (India)

Author(s):
Kuleswan Pame, Sanjib Borah, Bilifang Daimary, Ankita G, Jumi Dutta and PR Boro
Abstract:
The Mising people are the second largest ethnic plain tribes of Assam dwelling along the bank of river Brahmaputra. Their culture and tradition are integrated with nature, they consume various traditional meat preparations along with number of wild plants and herbs in their diet since time immemorial. This paper deals with the study and documentation of some of the important plant species mainly consumed along with meat in their diet. The present study revealed that plant species used by them are associated with the medicinal values of plants, their religious beliefs and festivals.
Pages: 728-732  |  389 Views  177 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Kuleswan Pame, Sanjib Borah, Bilifang Daimary, Ankita G, Jumi Dutta and PR Boro. Purposive survey and documentation of wild plants and herbs used in traditional meat products by the Mising tribe of Assam (India). The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(12S): 728-732.

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