• Part Uses: Root, Leaves, Seeds
  • Common Name: Ratti/ Gunja/ Jequirity
  • Seed Variety Type & Quality: Red and White
Abrus precatorius is a severely invasive plant in warm temperate to tropical regions. It had been widely introduced by humans, and the brightly coloured and hard-shelled seeds had been spread by birds.

Plant pacifies inflammation, Skin related problems, Scratches from pet animals, wounds, alopecia, asthma, stomatitis and fever. Abdominal Pain, Hair Growth, Intestinal worms, Cough, Aphrodisiac, Jewelers Weighing Unit, Ornamental Beads, glucoside abrussic acid.

  • Part Uses: Leaves, Root, Fruit
  • Common Name: Bilva / Bael
Aegle Marmelos is one of the Divyoushada (Divine Medicine) of Ayurveda. The tree comes under the 10 great trees of medicinal value. In its fruit, the following are abundant Contains Embratorium A and B act against intestinal worms. Riboflavin, Pepsin, Tanin, Resin, Sugar, Evaporative oil etc.

Plant pacifies body pain, poison, diarrhea, dysentery, vomiting, and intermittent fever. Pulp of unripe fruit is constipating whereas that of ripened fruit is laxative. Leaves cure diabetes, cough, inflammation and asthma.

  • Part Uses: Whole Plant
  • Common Name:Kalmegh / Kiriyat
Andrographis Paniculata refers to a plant that belongs to an Indian species and family Acanthaceae. Andrographis Paniculata is a bitter herb used in the Asian continent, mostly in China and India, to cure diseases. The plants in this species are characterised by dry capsule like fruits and small tubular flowers.

Plant pacifies tridoshas, skin diseases, burning sensation, cough and bronchitis. Plant stimulates liver and purifies vitiated blood.

  • Part Uses: Leaves
  • Common Name: Arusa / Basak
Adhatoda Vasica is a shrub with lance-shaped leaves 10 to 15 centimeters in length by four wide. They are oppositely arranged, smooth-edged, and borne on short petioles. When dry they are of a dull brownish-green colour. They are bitter-tasting. Adhatoda vasica Nees is a source of vaccine.

Adhatoda Vasica Plant pacifies Used for treating bronchitis, asthma and dental ailments. It relieves cough and breathlessness. Its local use gives relief in pyorrhea and in bleeding gums.

  • Part Uses: Root
  • Common Name: Shatavari
Asparagus Racemosus is a plant in traditional medicine in tropical & subtropical India. Its medicinal usage has been reported in the Indian and British Pharmacopoeias traditional systems of medicine such as Ayurveda, Unani & Siddha.

Plant pacifies leucorrhoea, stomach ache, and diarrhea, inflammation, burning sensation, excessive perspiration, nervous debility, cough, and bronchitis and skin diseases. Stimulate mammary gland secretion.

  • Part Uses: Whole Plant
  • Common Name: Punarnava
Boerhavia Diffusa is widely dispersed, occurring throughout India, the Pacific, and southern United States. This wide range is explained by its small fruit, which are very sticky and grow a few inches off the ground, ideally placed to latch on to small migratory birds as they walk by.

Boerhavia Diffusa Plant pacifies fever, constipation, leucorrhoea, lumbar pain, skin diseases, cardiac disorders, urinary infection, anemia, dyspepsia, constipation, and general debility.

  • Part Uses: Resin, Leaves, Bark, Thorns
  • Common Name: Mochras Gum / Semul
Bombax Ceiba has raised the interest of scientists and researchers since some of the active constituents and phytochemicals found on this plant are known to exert many beneficial effects. Bombax ceiba is rich in many phytochemicals, among the active constituents found in this herb. Bombax ceiba grows to an average of 20 meters.

Plant pacifies wounds, ulcers, skin diseases, hemorrhoids, urinary calculus, cystitis, inflammations, cough, bronchitis and dark discolorations on face.

  • Part Uses: Bark, Fruit, Leaves, Gums
  • Common Name: Piyar / Chironji
Buchanania lanzan Spreng is a medium-sized deciduous tree, growing to about 50 ft tall. It bears fruits each cotaining a single seed, which is popular as an edible nut, known as chironji. It is common in our forests mostly in eroded ravine lands. It avoids waterlogged areas.

Plant pacifies diarrhea, dysentery, skin diseases, burning sensation, cough, bronchitis, nervous debility, cardiac debility, constipation, fever, ulcer, fever, oligospermia and general debility.

  • Part Uses: Bark, Leaves, Flowers, Seeds, Gum
  • Common Name: Tesu / Palash
Butea Monosperma is a medium sized dry season-deciduous tree, growing to 15 m tall. It is a slow growing tree, young trees have a growth rate of a few feet per year. The leaves are pinnate, with an 8–16 cm petiole and three leaflets. The flowers are 2.5 cm long and bright orange-red color. It is a medium sized dry season-deciduous tree, growing to 15 m tall.

Plant pacifies hemorrhage, hemorrhoids, intestinal worms, diabetes, colic, flatulence, inflammation, arthritis, and skin diseases.

  • Part Uses: Fruit , Root, Bark, Leaves
  • Common Name: Karanjawa / Gataran
Caesalpinia Bonduc seeds are antiperiodic, antipyretic, antispasmodic, tonic, anthelmintic and febrifuge; useful in colic, malaria, fever, hydrocele and skin diseases. Decoction of the seed is used in kidney troubles and blood pressure. It is also useful against consumption and asthma.

Plant pacifies tridosha, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, fever, cough, worms, flatulence, dyspepsia, jaundice, arthritis, splenomegaly and diabetes.

  • Part Uses: Whole Plant
  • Common Name: Shankhpushpi
Canscora Decussata Schult is popularly known as “Shankhpushpi” and found throughout India, up to an altitude of 1300 m. It is also grown in Sri Lanka and Myanmar. It is much branched, annual plant propagated by seeds. This plant contains bitter substances and an oleoresin.

Canscora DecussataPlant pacifies insanity, epilepsy, nervine debility, pain, skin diseases, ulcer, worms, abdominal disorders and general debility.

  • Part Uses: Whole Plant & Pulp of Fruit
  • Common Name: Amaltash
Cassia Fistula is widely grown as an ornamental plant in tropical and subtropical areas. It blooms in late spring. Flowering is profuse, with trees being covered with yellow flowers, many times with almost no leaf being seen. It will grow well in dry climates. The golden shower tree is a medium-sized tree.

Plant pacifies constipation, burning sensation, leucorrhea, skin disease, fever, cough, bronchitis, inflammations and rheumatism.

  • Part Uses: Leaves, Seeds
  • Common Name: Pawad
Cassia Tora herb is used in Ayurveda medicine for treatment of swellings etc. In some parts of Sri Lanka, people add its flowers in cooking which makes delicious food. Seeds can be found in forest and tribal area of India, Sri Lanka, China and other Asian countries. This herb is used in Ayurveda medicine for treatment of swellings etc.

Plant pacifies tridosha, skin diseases, dandruff, constipation, cough, hepatitis, fever, and hemorrhoids.

  • Part Uses: Seeds
  • Common Name: Malkangani / Jyotishmati
Celastrus paniculatus is a shrub used in Ayurdevic medicine in India. Various properties are attributed to the aerial parts of the plant, but we will deal here primarily with the seeds and the oil expressed from them.

Beneficial to the intellect and memory. powerful brain tonic, stimulate intellect and sharpen memory, cure joint pain, paralysis, rheumatism, weakness; seed oil enriches the blood, cures abdominal complaints, stomachic, tonic, treats cough, asthma, leprosy, headaches.

  • Part Uses: Whole Plant
  • Common Name: Harjod
Cissus quadrangularis reaches a height of 1.5 m and has quadrangular-sectioned branches with internodes 8-10 cm long and 1.2-1.5 cm wide. Toothed trilobe leaves 2 to 5 cm wide appear at the nodes.

Plant pacifies piles, osteoporosis, anorexia and fracture, as a medicinal plant since antiquity. In siddha medicine it is considered a tonic and analgesic, and is believed to help heal broken bones, It is said to have antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant, anthelmintic and antihemorrhoidal.

  • Part Uses: Leaves & Root
  • Common Name: Titbhati,
Clerodendrum Viscosum species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Endoclita malabaricus and Endoclita sericeus. Both butterflies and hummingbirds are often attracted to blooming clerodendrum.

Plant pacifies abscesses, tumors, skin diseases, hernia, fever, malaria, general debility and rectal prolepses. The leaf and root are widely used as antidandruff, antipyretic, ascaricide, laxative, vermifuge, and in treatments of convulsion, diabetes.

  • Part Uses: Whole Plant,Seed
  • Common Name: Shivlingi
Diplocyclos Palmatus is a genus of climbing or trailing vine in the family Cucurbitaceae. The genus comprises four or five species. Palmatus is pantropical in distribution and the remainder of species is restricted to Africa. All species are found within rainforest and the moister woodland types. The vine grows in thickets, monsoon forests, lowland and upland disturbed areas, and mountain rain forest.

Plant pacifies inflammation, cough, flatulence, skin diseases and general debility.

  • Part Uses: Fruits, Bark, Leaves, Flowers
  • Common Name: Gaub
Diospyros Malabarica is a genus of over 700 species of deciduous and evergreen trees, shrubs and small bushes. The majority are native to the tropics, with only a few species extending into temperate regions. Depending on their nature, individual species are commonly known as ebony trees.

Plant pacifies burning sensation, inflammations, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, diabetes, skin diseases, fever, leucorrhea, urinary tract infections, anemia, burns and scalds.

  • Part Uses: Root, Leaves, Fruits
  • Common Name: Biabidang / Birang
Embelia Ribes is widely distributed throughout India. In Ayurveda, it is considered widely beneficial in variety of diseases and is also used in homeopathy. In India, it is one of the widely and commonly used Ayurvedic herbs. Embelia ribes traditionally used as appetizer, carminative.

Embelia Ribes Plant pacifies intestinal worms, skin diseases, nervine weakness, flatulence, colic, constipation, cough, asthma, bronchitis, migraine, fever and general weakness.

  • Part Uses: Leaves & Whole Plant
  • Common Name: Gudmar
Gymnema Sylvestre is a plant used in India and parts of Asia as a natural treatment for diabetes or “sweet urine”. The herb’s active ingredient, gymnemic acid, is extracted from leaves and roots, and helps to lower and balance blood sugar levels. One of the common name of this species is miracle fruit.

Plant pacifies hepatosplenomegaly, renal and vesical calculi, constipation, asthma and leukoderma. It has been used in India since the sixth century BC to support normal blood sugar levels in the body.

  • Part Uses: Seed , Bark
  • Common Name: Indrajav Kadwa / Kuṭaja
Holarrhena Antidysenterica, is a flowering plant in the genus Wrightia. Wrightia antidysenterica is sometimes confused with the species Holarrhena pubescens due to a second, taxonomically invalid publication of the name Holarrhena pubescens.

Plant pacifies It is a well-known herb for amoebic dysentery and other gastric disorders, hepatitis, diarrhea, hemorrhage, hemorrhoids. The bark is used in chest affections and as a remedy in diseases of the skin and spleen.

  • Part Uses: Fruits
  • Common Name: Marodfali
Helicteres Isora sometimes called the Indian screw tree, is a species of small tree found in Asia. The red flowers are pollinated mainly by birds of the sunbird family. Fibers from the bark are used to make rope.

Plant pacifies diarrhea, colic, flatulence, wounds, ulcers, hemorrhoids and diabetes. Roots are used in cough and asthma; juice is used in diabetes and stomach affections. Root and stem barks are considered expectorant, demulcent, astringent, useful in griping and scabies.

  • Part Uses: Seeds , roots, Leaves, Pods
  • Common Name: Kaunch / Cowhage
  • Seed Variety Type & Quality: Black, White & Wild Small
Mucuna Pruriens is an annual, climbing shrub with long vines that can reach over 15 m in length. When the plant is young, it is almost completely covered with fuzzy hairs, but when older, it is almost completely free of hairs. The leaves are tripinnate, ovate, reverse ovate, rhombus-shaped.

Plant pacifies constipation, impotency, Parkinsonism, kidney diseases, neuropathy, worm infestations, fever and general debility. Seeds are useful in gonorrhea, consumption, sterility, vitiated conditions of vata.

  • Part Uses: Brown Powder (Covering the Fruit)
  • Common Name: Kamila Powder
Mallotus Philippensis is a tree found throughout India. It has been in use as medicinal tree in India for ages. The tree can grow up to 10 m tall. Alternately arranged, ovate or rhombic ovate leaves are rusty-velvety. Male and female flowers occur in different trees. The trunk is fluted and irregular at the base.

Plant pacifies worm infestation, constipation, skin diseases, flatulence, wounds, ulcers, cough, renal and vesical calculi, poisons, ringworm, herpes and hemorrhages.

  • Part Uses: Leaves, Roots, Seed, Bark, Fruit, Flowers & Immature Pods
  • Common Name: Sehjan
Moringa Oleifera is the most widely cultivated species of the genus Moringa. It contains 13 species from tropical and subtropical climates that range in size from tiny herbs to massive trees.

Act as cardiac and circulatory stimulants, possess antitumor, antipyretic, antiepileptic, antiinflammatory, antiulcer, antihypertensive, cholesterol lowering, antioxidant, antidiabetic, hepatoprotective, antibacterial and antifungal activities, and are being employed for the treatment of different ailments medicine.

  • Part Uses: Seeds
  • Common Name: Karale / Khurasni
Guizotia Abyssinica is obtained from the seeds of Niger plant, which belongs to the Asteraceae family. The Niger plant is an erect, stout, branched annual herb, grown for its edible seeds and oil. Cultivation for the plant originated in the Ethiopian highlands, and has since spread from Malawi to India.

Plant pacifies is high in oil and protein contains. The Niger seed is eaten fried, used as a condiment or dried then ground into a powder and mixed with flour etc to make sweet cakes.

  • Part Uses: Leaves, Seeds
  • Common Name: Ban Tulsi
Ocimum Americanum is a genus of about 35 species of aromatic annual and perennial herbs and shrubs in the family Lamiaceae, mostly native to the tropical and warm temperate regions of the Old World. Ocimum is an annual herb with white or lavender flowers. It is used for medicinal purposes.

Plant pacifies helminthiasis, anorexia, dyspepsia, pruritis, leprosy, vomiting, poison, migraine, and fever. Seeds are good remedy for hyperdipsia, fever, migraine, and emaciation.


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