Considerable amount of knowledge on the traditional usages of plants is available with the primitive people who are considered as the repository of accumulated experience and knowledge of indigenous flora and fauna. Currently, traditional knowledge of medicinal plants has gained importance all over the World. According to the World Health Organization, 3.5 billion peoples in the developing world depend on plants for their primary health care needs. The present book "Ethnomedicinal Uses of Plants" contains 12 articles by eminent ethnobotanists of the country on different aspects of the subject. This book incorporates articles on-Study of Ethnobotany in India & Abroad; A Review on Indian Ethnomedicinal Plants with diuretic and diaphoretic Properties; Ethnomedicinal Plants; Exploring Fourth World Botany: A Case Study in the Eastern Ghats of Andhra Pradesh; Ethnomedicobotanical information from the Mishing Tribe of Dibrugarh, Assam; Documentation on Therapeutic uses of Ethnomedicinal Plants of Panchamahal; Ethnobotany of Dillenica indica from Brahmaputra Valley of Upper Assam; Ethnomedicinal value of some plant species of Caesalpiniaceae family; Ethnomedicinal Information from Dibrugarh District of Assam; Ethnoveterinary Practice in Sant-Rampur forest range of district Panchamahal; Gujarat and Ethnobotanical study of religious tree Aegle marmelos. In addition to this, information is also collected about plants identified as vedic 'Soma' which have added to the value of the book. This book provides excellent glimpses of the rich ethnobotanical heritage of India. This book will definitelly serve not only as an exellent reference material but also as a practical guide for folk healers, vaidyas, research workers and students in the field of Ethnobotany.