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Angelica sinensis (Apiaceae): A new distributional record for Tripura, North East India

Bimal Debnath* and Dipan Sarma

Plant Diversity and Forest Biotechnology Laboratory, Department of Forestry and Biodiversity, Tripura University, Suryamaninagar-799022, Tripura, Northeast India

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Received: 19-08-2016
Revised: 11-09-2016
Accepted: 25-09-2016

The present study is providing the additional distributional records of a medicinally important plant Angelica sinensis (Oliv.) Diels and its ethno medicinal information have been collected from West Tripura district in course of medicinal plant collection during 2015-2016. The genus is not so far reported from the state. It has several ethno-medicinal usages against various ailments like digestive disorders, blood purifier and against constipation problems by the ethnic peoples in the West Tripura district of the State.

Angelica sinensis, congestion problems, ethno-medicinal uses, new distributional record, Tripura

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Bimal Debnath and Dipan Sarma, 2016. Angelica sinensis (Apiaceae): A new distributional record for Tripura, North East India. Science Research Reporter, 6(2):115-118.

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