The present research work based on ethnobotanical surveys was conducted during the March 2015 to November 2015 in the designated areas of Sarai Alamgir, Gujrat, Pakistan. This study has investigated the traditional knowledge of local societies about the uses of native, medicinally important plants as ethnomedicines. Questionnaire method was used for the indigenous knowledge about native medicinal flora. The local community, knowledgeable persons and (Hakeem’s) who are the main users of medicinally valuable plants were collaborated in interviews about native plants. Plant specimens were collected, identified, preserved, mounted and voucher was deposited in the Department of Botany, University of Arid Agriculture Rawalpindi, for future references.