The study of Indian medicinal plants and their traditional usage is known as medical ethnobotany. Plants have been utilized in India for thousands of years to treat illness and maintain health, and they continue to be vital components of traditional medicine and millions of people's diets today. Indians currently use plants as complementary medicine alongside contemporary medical science as well as for primary medical care (mostly in rural and underserved regions). According to estimates, traditional plant-based treatments are used for primary healthcare by 70% of rural Indians. Between 65% and 80% of individuals utilize medical plant cures in the developing world, which is consistent with the dependence on plants as medicine in this region.


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