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Treatment of diseases with medicinal plants among tribals is widespread because of effectiveness, easy availability, lack of modern heath care alternatives, cultural preferences and century old association emaciation with the plant and in this present study, an attempt was made to document these indigenous knowledge of ten ethinic groups of Jharkhand, Orissa and West Bengal. Altogether 22 plant species have been reported to be used by the tribals of this region since long time for curing stomach aliments. Of 22 plant species, 12 are used for stomach pain, 8 for gastric trouble and 2 species are used for worms.