Jhargram District is rich in plant diversity. The local tribal people of remote areas of this district mainly depend on traditional knowledge of medicinal plants to treatment of bone fracture. The main aim of the study was to documentation of herbal drugs preparation for treatment of bone fracture. The present study deals with 14 plant species under 12 families that are used by different tribal people like Santal, Munda, Lodha, Bhumij, and Sabar to cure bone fractures. The extensive season wise field survey was carried out from December 2018- February 2020. A total of 39 informants were selected from different village areas of this district for collecting valuable ethnomedicinal information through a standard questionnaire, interviews, and oral communication. This paper highlights the local name of plant species, usable plant parts, various modes of administration and combination of herbal drugs and also focus on conservation of such ethnomedicinal plants around us. Surveying data were analyzed by different quantitative tools such as relative frequency of citation (RFC) and fidelity level (FL).