India has wealthy diversity of medicinal plants. The base of 90 percentage herbal crude drugs, useful in the manufacture of Siddha, Ayurveda, Unani, Homeopathy, Naturopathy, Amchi and Modern systems of medicine, is widely from the wild. This wild source is quickly shrinking day-by-day. Therefore, there is a necessity for the conservation and sustainable use of medicinal plants.Plants are the important source of natural drugs. India is a country wealthy in indigenous herbal resources. The varied topography and r changing agro climatic conditions permits the growth of almost 20,000 plant species, of which about 2,500 are of medicinal value. If one or more organs of the plant s contains substances that can be used for the therapeutic purpose, they are called medicinal plants.This book provides information about more than 100 species of medicinal plants giving their photographs, scientific name, vernacular name, distribution, cultivation, plant parts, phyto-constituents and therapeutic uses.This book will be useful to all the students, researchers and teachers in the field of medicinal plants.