|A Handbook of Soil, Fertilizer and Manure (2nd Ed.) (PB) by Gupta PK|
The history of cultivation and uses of medicinal plants dates back to the origin of the human race. But, as no mode of recording events existed in prehistoric times, there are no enough data on the methods of treatment practiced in that period. In those days, the subject of human suffering and its alleviation was intimately associated with religion, myth and magic. In addition, there must have been certain rational prescriptions. Whenever the curiosity of the present-day man probes into the past and brings to light even fragmentary information on the ingenious methods of our ancestors, it makes a fascinating study.
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|This book Useful for Medicinal Plants.|
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