"Ethnomedicine” is the study of “Traditional medicine” of ethnic communities, their knowledge and practices that transmitted orally over centuries. Entada scandens auct. non. (L)Benth belonging to Leguminosae family and Mimosaceae a subfamily . It is locally known as " Garbeej " . It is a large woody climber .The plant is found in Central and East Himalaya ,Nepal, Andaman ,Africa, Tropical Asia, Australia and in the small part of the Pacific Island. The plant also has occurrence in Maharashtra state in India where the seed of the plant is known as "Garambi ". The plant has been used by the Folkloric medicinal practitioners since very long period . The seed of the plant is used to treat Rheumatism, Fever and Dysentery. Seeds are used in pains of the loins, in debility and in glandular swelling. The plant is also used in the treatment of skin ulcer , snake bite, stomach disorders and ureterolithiasis . They are given internally as an Emetic. The kernel of the seed is employed by the people living in the hills as febrifuge. This Ethnomedicinal review aims to explore and analyze the traditional uses, phytochemical constituents, pharmacological activities, and potential therapeutic applications of Entada scandens (Garambi) based on indigenous knowledge .