Man is a unique creation of God is but a part of the universe. Like other living creatures, man has been provided with food, water, and shelter around his habitat. Eco-friendly tribals collect their food, fuel, fodder, housing material and herbal medicine from the forests where they live.
Health-care, which was a part of the traditional culture of the people, has become a profession in the modern industrial world. Synthetic drugs created by the affluent and influential pharmaceutical industries have given rise to side effects which are more dangerous than the diseases they claim to cure. The world’s attention has again turned to traditional medical systems.
This book is welcome not only for its operational usage but also for promoting the symbiotic relationship between man and nature.