• Part Uses: Root, Leaves, Fruits Seeds
  • Common Name: Shyonak, Sonapankhi
Oroxylum Indicum is large leaf stalks wither & fall off the tree & collect near the base of the trunk, appearing to look like a pile of broken limb bones. The tree is a night-bloomer and flowers are adapted to natural pollination by bats.

Uses: Plant pacifies inflammation, sprains; they are useful for dropsy, flatulence, colic, diarrhea and dysentery. Stem bark paste is applied for the cure of scabies and to treat arthritis. Leaf decoction is given in treating stomachache, ulcers.

  • Part Uses: Whole & Without Sick
  • Common Name: Nisoth / Indian Jalap
Operculina Turpethum plant is in the morning glory family. It is perennial herbaceous, hairy vines growing 4 to 5 meter in length, endemic to India. The leaves are alternate, very variable in shape, ovate, oblong & truncate or cordate at the base.

Uses: Plant pacifies anthelmintic expectorant, anti-inflammatory and purgative properties. It is one of the plants mentioned in the literature having claims of activity against liver disorders. It is anti-inflammatory in action because of its hot potency.

  • Part Uses: Whole Plant
  • Common Name: Bhoomi Amalaki
Phyllanthus Amarus is a widespread tropical plant commonly found in coastal areas, best known by the common names stonebreaker or seed-under-leaf. It is a relative of the spurges, belonging to the Phyllanthus genus of Family Phyllanthaceae.

Uses: Plant pacifies anorexia, jaundice, urinary retention, constipation, the plant is bitter, stomachic, diuretic, febrifuge and antiseptic. Whole plant is used in dropsy, gonorrhea, genital affections. It is useful ingartropathy, dropsy, jaundice, diarrhoea.

  • Part Uses: Fruit Seed, Bark, Leaves
  • Common Name: Putranjiva
Putranjiva Roxburghii is a plant genus of the family Putranjivaceae. Along with Drypetes, it contains mustard oils as a chemical defense against herbivores.The ability to produce glucosinolates is believed to have evolved only twice, in the Putranjivaceae and the Brassicales.

Uses: Bark & leaves used as medicine; leaves and fruits used as medicine for rheumatism. Decoction of leaves and stones given in colds & fever, leaves also for fodder, fleshy fruit has ahard seed-containing stone.

  • Part Uses: Bark, Leaves, Fruits
  • Common Name: Jamun
Syzygium Cumini is an evergreen tropical tree in the flowering plant family Myrtaceae. It is native to Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Philippines, & Indonesia. The name of the fruit is sometimes mistranslated as blackberry, which is a different fruit in an unrelated family.

Uses: Plant pacifies diarrhea, diabetes, leucorrhoea, fever, skin diseases and general debility. The seeds contain glycoside which prevents the conversion of starch into sugar & controlling blood sugar.

  • Part Uses: Resin, Bark, Leaves, Fruits
  • Common Name: Sal / Sakhua
Shorea Robusta seed oil is an edible oil extracted. Shorea robusta is known as the Sal tree in India. Sal is indigenous to India and occurs in two main regions separated by Gangetic plain, namely the northern and central Indian regions. The plant belongs to the Dipterocarpaceae botanical family.

Uses: Plant pacifies nervine pain, arthritis, infection, wounds, ulcers, burns, fracture, fever, hemorrhoid, jaundice, splenomegaly, obesity, headache, and skin diseases & chocolates base.

  • Part Uses: Gum
  • Common Name: Gum Katira / Karaya
Sterculia Urens is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae. Members of the genus are colloquially known as tropical chestnuts. Sterculia species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species.

Uses: Trees exude gum karaya used in foodstuffs as thickener, emulsifiers, stabilizers. As a laxative, and as a denture adhesive. Seeds are eaten after roasting. Seeds and young tender roots are eaten.

  • Part Uses: Mature & Immature Fruits
  • Common Name: Harad / Harataki
Terminalia Chebula is a flowering evergreen tree called is Myrobalan or sometimes the Chebulic Myrobalan. It is native to the Indian subcontinent and the adjacent areas such as Pakistan, and so on where is called Aralu.

Uses: Plant pacifies tridoshas, wound, ulcer, inflammation, anorexia, flatulence, haemorrhoids, jaundice, hiccough, cough, vesical and renal calculi, epilepsy, skin diseases, leprosy, intermittent fever, cardiac disorders, stomatitis and neuropathy.

  • Part Uses: Stem
  • Common Name: Giloy / Gurichi
Tinospora Cordifolia contains many different chemicals that might affect the body. Some of these chemicals have antioxidant effects. Others might increase the activity of the body's immune system. Some chemicals might have activity against cancer cells in test animals.

Uses: Plant pacifies burning sensation, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, cardiac debility, skin disease, anemia, cough, jaundice, oligospermia and urinary system diseases.

  • Part Uses: Bark, Fruits & Gum
  • Common Name: Baheda / Bibhitaki
Terminalia Bellirica known as "Bahera" or Beleric is a large deciduous tree common on plains and lower hills in Southeast Asia, where it is also grown as an avenue tree. The basionym is Myrobalanus bellirica Gaertn. It is a tall handsome tree, with characteristic bark, 12-50m tall.

Uses: Plant pacifies cough, bronchitis, allergic cough, insomnia, edema, dyspepsia, flatulence, hemorrhage, skin diseases, diarrhea, dysentery, leukoderma, and graying of hair.

  • Part Uses: Fruit, Leaves, Seeds, Root
  • Common Name: Imli
Tamarind Indica is a long-lived, medium-growth, bushy tree, which attains a maximum crown height of 12-18 metres. The crown has an irregular, vase-shaped outline of dense foliage. The tree grows well in full sun in clay, loam, sandy and acidic soil types, with a high drought and aerosol salt resistance.

Uses: Plant pacifies indigestion, dyspepsia, swelling, inflammation, pain, arthritis, skin diseases, stomatitis, constipation, hemorrhoids, leucorrhoea and urinary retention.

  • Part Uses: Fruits
  • Common Name: Somraj / Kalijiri
Vernonia Anthelmintica is an organic compound & fatty acid. This monoun- saturated long chain carboxylic acid contains an epoxide. Vernonia Anthelmintica is the key component in vernonia oil, which is produced in abundance by the genera Vernonia and Euphorbia and is a potentially useful biofeedstock.

Uses: Plant pacifies roundworm and threadworm infestation, cough, urinary retention, inflammation, skin diseases, abdominal colic, fever and leucoderma.

  • Part Uses: Fruits,Leaves
  • Common Name: Rasna Patti
Vanda Tessellata is a genus in the orchid family. This genus and its allies are considered to be the most highly evolved of all orchids within Orchidaceae. The genus is very highly prized in horticulture for its showy, fragrant, long lasting, and intensely colorful flowers.

Uses: The roots are used in bronchitis and rheumatism. It enters into the preparation of medicated oils, used externally in rheumatism and nervous troubles. It is also remedy for secondary syphilis and scorpion-sting.

  • Part Uses: Flowers
  • Common Name: Dhawai Fhul / Dhaiful
Woodfordia Fruticosa is a spreading, leafy shrub, small in size but very conspicuous on dry, rocky hillsides from December to May, when the masses of little fiery bells give a bright touch of colour to the drab terrain. When in flower the bush appears twiggy and formless but entirely swathed in red.

Uses: Plant pacifies skin diseases, burning sensation, hemorrhage, anemia, leucorrhea, menorrhagia, diarrhea, dysentery, ulcers, diabetes, oligospermia, urinary tract infections and jaundice.

  • Part Uses: Seed
  • Common Name: Sweet Indrajav / Meetha Indrajav
Wrightia Tinctoria, Pala indigo plant or dyers’s oleander, is a flowering plant species in the genus Wrightia found in India. The plant contains wrightial, a triterpenoid chemical, along with cycloartenone.

Uses: The leaves of Sweet Indrajao contain beta-amyrin and glucoside, which give the plant its skinhealing properties.used to treat psoriasis, nonspecific dermatitis and herpes.Its astringent and antibacterial properties are beneficial in treating scalp disorders like dandruff.

  • Part Uses: Fruit Seeds
  • Common Name: Bhilawa / Bhelwa
Semecarpus Anacardium is a moderate-sized deciduous tree with large stiff leaves. Leaves are 7-24 inch long, 2-12 inch wide, obovate-oblong, rounded a t the tip. Leaf base is rounded, heart-shaped or narrowed into the stalk, leathery in texture. Semecarpus Anacardium flowers is small, borne in panicles shorter than the leaves.

Uses: Semecarpus Anacardium seeds pacifies in piles, colitis, diarrhea, dyspepsia, ascites, tumours and worms, and also used as a marking nut.

  • Part Uses: Fruit, Seed
  • Common Name: Patuwa
Hibiscus sabdariffa is a species of Hibiscus native to the Old World tropics, used for the production of bast fibre and as an infusion.

Uses: The plant is considered to have antihypertensive properties. Primarily, plant is cultivated for the production for best fiber from stem of the plant. The fiber may be used as a substitute for jute in making burlap. Hibiscus, specifically Roselle, has been used in as food colorings, folk medicine as a diuretic, mild laxative, and treatment for cardiac and nerve diseases and cancer.

  • Part Uses: Fruit Seed
  • Common Name: Lobia / Rongi
Black-Eyed Pea-Bean, a legume, is a subspecies of the cowpea, grown around the world for its medium-sized, edible bean. A common variation of the black-eyed pea is the purple hull pea; it is usually green with a prominent purple or pink spot.

Uses: Used just as one ingredient and also flavor booster in a number of dishes. Subordinates cholesterol level, Rich anti-oxidants, Component of weight loss diets, great for diabetic conditions, Low in Fat and Calories, Best for the stomach.

  • Part Uses: Seeds, Dried Raw Mango Slices
  • Common Name: Aamchur
Mangifera indica is a species of mango in the Anacardiaceae family. It's cultivated varieties have been introduced to other warm regions of the world. It is the largest fruit-tree in the world, capable of a height of 100 feet.

Uses: It is made from dried unripe green mangoes. It has a delicious honey-like fragrance and sour fruity flavor. Aamchur is used in curries, chutneys, pickles, and stir-fries, both with vegetables and with meats. It has a slight tenderizing effect in meat dishes. Use this powder to add a fruit flavor without adding moisture.

  • Part Uses: Seed
  • Common Name: Horse Gram / Kulthi
Macrotyloma Uniflorumis (Horse gram) is one of the lesser known beans. The whole seeds of macrotyloma uniflorumis are generally utilized as cattle feed. However, it is consumed as a whole seed, as sprouts, or as whole meal in India, popular especially in southern Indian states.

Uses: Horse gram is sharp, bitter and hot. It is beneficial in cough breathing problem due to phlegms, flatulation, hicups, stones and fever. It also eliminates germs and worms. It causes impurities of bile and blood. It also causes inflammation and checks sweating.

  • Part Uses: Fruit
  • Common Name: Mahua
Madhuca longifolia is an Indian tropical tree found largely in the central and north Indian plains and forests. It is a fast-growing tree that grows to approximately 20 meters in height, possesses evergreen or semi-evergreen foliage, and belongs to the family Sapotaceae.

Uses: Medicinally the tree is very valuable. The bark is used to cure leprosy and to heal wounds, tne flowers are prepared to relieve coughs, biliousness and heart-trouble while the fruit is given in cases of consumption and blood diseases.

  • Part Uses: Seeds
  • Common Name: Karanj
Pongamia Glabra is a legume tree that grows to about 15–25 metres (50–80 ft) in height with a large canopy which spreads equally wide. It may be deciduous for short periods.

Uses: Its oil keeps away insects and other microbes from the surface of the skin & beneficial in treating skin diseases. The seeds of Pongam Oil Tree yield an essential oil, which contains the chemical constituent karanjin. Karanjin gives the tree extracts its insecticidal and microbial properties. It is also an insecticidal and antimicrobial.

  • Part Uses: Root, Leaves
  • Common Name: Barhanta
Tragia Involucrata is a genus of flowering plants in the spurge family, Euphorbiaceae. It comprises about one hundred species found in tropical and subtropical regions worldwide. Plants in this genus are sometimes known as noseburns. These species are used in Siddha medicine, it is a perennial twinning herb, covered with stinging hairs.

Uses: Tragia Involucrata Plant pacifies constipation, hemorrhoids, diabetes, skin diseases, vomiting, vertigo, giddiness and headache.

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