This book is based on the original research of the authors, and highlights the ethnoveterinary medicinal importance of about 265 plant species belonging to 91 families. The plant species have been illustrated either by coloured photographs or line drawings. Ethnoveterinary herbs have been described along with their latest valid botanical name, with vernacular names in use in the area covered; a systematic and brief botanical description; phenology giving themonths of flowering and fruiting and ethnoveterinary medicinal uses. The book is profusely illustrated to aid recognition of herbs described in this work. An attempt has been made to name the tribemaking specific use and methods of preparation of the drug, dosage and duration have also been highlighted. Besides herbs, ethnoveterinary remedies based on animal and animal products and minerals are also given in the book.
1. Introduction 2. Study Area and Methodology 3. Animal Diseases 4. Ethnoveterinary Remedies : Plants 5. Ethnoveterinary Remedies: Animal and Animal Products 6. Ethnoveterinary Remedies: Minerals 7. References Index to Minerals along with their English and local name; Index to Zoological name of animals along with their English and local name; Index to local name of plants; Index to Botanical name