Antivenom plants

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There are plants that have anti-venom properties, which can be helpful in curing a person of snake-bite to other poisons. Tremendous research across the globe instigates a need to understand the need to do more research on anti-venomous medicines.

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Antivenom plants

  1. 1. Investigations of Anti-venom plants used against Snake bites Presented by Dr. Sudhakar Kokate Director PPRC, India
  2. 2. PPRC/INDIA01
  3. 3. Snakes Ω Ω Ω PPRC/INDIA02
  4. 4. Snakes Ω Ω Ω PPRC/INDIA03
  5. 5. Snakes Ω Ω Ω Ω PPRC/INDIA04
  6. 6. Snakes Ω Ω Ω PPRC/INDIA05
  7. 7. Snakes Ω Ω Ω PPRC/INDIA06
  8. 8. Snakes Ω Ω Ω PPRC/INDIA07
  9. 9. Snakes Ω Ω Ω PPRC/INDIA08
  10. 10. Snakes Ω Ω Ω Ω PPRC/INDIA09
  11. 11. Non-poisonous snakes Ω Ω Ω PPRC/INDIA10
  12. 12. Indian non-poisonous snakes         PPRC/INDIA11
  13. 13. Indian non-poisonous snakes       PPRC/INDIA12
  14. 14. Poisonous snakes Ω Ω Ω Ω PPRC/INDIA13
  15. 15. Poisonous snakes Ω Ω Ω PPRC/INDIA14
  16. 16. Top 10 most poisonous snakes in the world       PPRC/INDIA15
  17. 17. Death Adder PPRC/INDIA16
  18. 18. Common Krait PPRC/INDIA17
  19. 19. Philippine Cobra PPRC/INDIA18
  20. 20. Black mamba PPRC/INDIA19
  21. 21. Beaked sea snake PPRC/INDIA20
  22. 22. Coastal Taipan PPRC/INDIA21
  23. 23. Top 10 most poisonous snakes in the world     PPRC/INDIA22
  24. 24. Tiger snake PPRC/INDIA23
  25. 25. Belcher’s sea snake PPRC/INDIA24
  26. 26. Eastern brown snake PPRC/INDIA25
  27. 27. Inland Taipan PPRC/INDIA26
  28. 28. Six most poisonous snakes in India       PPRC/INDIA27
  29. 29. Indian Cobra PPRC/INDIA28
  30. 30. Indian Krait PPRC/INDIA29
  31. 31. Russell’s viper PPRC/INDIA30
  32. 32. Saw scaled viper PPRC/INDIA31
  33. 33. The King Cobra PPRC/INDIA32
  34. 34. Indian pit viper PPRC/INDIA33
  35. 35. Uses of snakes Ω Ω PPRC/INDIA34
  36. 36. Uses of snakes Ω Ω Ω PPRC/INDIA35
  37. 37. Medicinal value Ω Ω PPRC/INDIA36
  38. 38. Snakes, Culture & Religion   PPRC/INDIA37
  39. 39. Snakes, Culture & Religion   PPRC/INDIA38
  40. 40. Snakes, Culture & Religion   PPRC/INDIA39
  41. 41. Snakes, Culture & Religion   PPRC/INDIA40
  42. 42. Snake charmers PPRC/INDIA41
  43. 43. Snakes, Culture & Religion    PPRC/INDIA42
  44. 44. Nag Panchami PPRC/INDIA43
  45. 45. Lord Shiva PPRC/INDIA44
  46. 46. Snakes, Culture & Religion   PPRC/INDIA45
  47. 47. Snakes, Culture & Religion   PPRC/INDIA46
  48. 48. Manasa devi PPRC/INDIA47
  49. 49. Snake venoms       PPRC/INDIA48
  50. 50. Diseases cured by Snake venom      PPRC/INDIA49
  51. 51.    Diseases cured by Snake venom PPRC/INDIA50
  52. 52.      Diseases cured by Snake venom PPRC/INDIA51
  53. 53.       Diseases cured by Snake venom PPRC/INDIA52
  54. 54. Snakes: country-wise Country Snakes Mexico Rattlesnake, fer-de-lance S. America Rattlesnake, fer-de-lance, viper India Viper, Cobra, Krait Australia Death Adder, Taipan, Tiger snakes, rough scaled snakes PPRC/INDIA53
  55. 55. Snakes: country-wise Country Snakes Brazil Pit viper, Coral snakes S. Africa Mambas, Cobras, Saw scaled viper, Boomslang, Rinkhalsa Costa Rica Coral snakes Argentina, Mexico, Columbia Coral snakes PPRC/INDIA54
  56. 56. Anti venom sources   PPRC/INDIA55
  57. 57. Anti venom sources     PPRC/INDIA56
  58. 58. Anti venom sources    PPRC/INDIA57
  59. 59. Anti venom sources      PPRC/INDIA58
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