Valeriana Wallichi (Deoiled) Product Description Botanical Name: Valeriana wallichi Common Name: Indian Valerian, Valerian, Valerian Jatamansi, Taggar Family: Valerianaceae PartsUsed: Root (Rhizome) Description: Valerian root’s popularity as a sedative herb seems to be increasing along with the stresses of modern life. For at least 500 years, Valerian root has been among the most popular remedies in the United States and Europe. In Europe, valerian root is now widely accepted in developed nations against restlessness and sleeping disorders.Valerian essential oil is obtained from the steam distillation of the dried rhizome and roots of Valeriana officinalis. Active Compounds: Acetic acid, ascorbic acid, beta (ionone, calcium, caffeic acid, magnesium, manganese, quercitin, valeric acid Medicinal Properties: Antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, aphrodisiac, astringent, carminative, cicatrizant, depurative, diuretic, ammanagogue, nervine, parasiticide, rubificant, sedative, stomachic, sudorific, tonic, vulnerary Uses: Valerian reduces insomnia, mild anxiety or restlessness, muscle spasms and cramping, menstrual cramps, intestinal cramping/colic
Tribulus Terrestris Product Description Botanical Name: Tribulus terrestris Common Name: bindii, bullhead, burra gokharu, caltrop, cat’s head, devil’s eyelashes, devil’s thorn, devil’s weed, goathead, Puncture Vine, Puncturevine, and tackweed. Family: Zygophyllaceae PartsUsed: Nutlets Description: Tribulus terrestris is a taprooted herbaceous perennial plant that grows as a summer annual in colder climates. Active Compounds: Chemical control is generally recommended for home control of T. terrestris. There are few pre-emergent herbicides that are effective. Products containing oryzalin, benefin, or trifluralin will provide partial control of germinating seeds. These must be applied prior to germination (late winter to midspring). After plants have emerged from the soil (postemergent), products containing 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (“2,4-D”), glyphosate, and dicamba are effective on T. terrestris. Like most postemergents, they are more effectively maintained when caught small and young. Dicamba and 2,4-D will cause harm to most broad-leaved plants, so the user should take care to avoid over-application. They can be applied to lawns without injuring the desired grass. Glyphosate will kill or injure most plants, so it should only be used as a spot treatment or on solid stands of the weed. Medicinal Properties: Tribulus terrestris is known in Sanskrit as Gokshura. The word comes from two Sanskrit words: Go (cow) and Kshura (razor or barb). This could be because the small thorns tend to get stuck on grazing animals. It is believed to contribute to overall physical, as well as sexual, strength by building all the tissues, especially shukra dhatu (reproductive tissue). It is believed to be useful in kidney, bladder, urinary tract and uro-genital related conditions, where it is said to act as a diuretic
Product Description Botanical Name: Tinospora cordifolia Common Name: Gurjo, Chini Lahra, Gudchi English Name: Tinospora Parts Used: Stem Habit and Habitat: The plant is a shrub found in the hilly region up to an altitude of 1200 m. Description: Cynlindrical, 0.5-2.5 cm. in diameter, grey externally, longitudinall wrinkles, internally white, taste bitter Uses: Bitter, Stomachic, antiperiodics, antipyretic, infusion used as alterative and aphrodisiac. Starch nutrient and used in chronic diarrhoea and chronic dysentry
Terminalia Chebula Product Description Botanical Name: Terminalia chebula Common Name: Harro, Jungli Harro, English Name: Chebulic myrobalan Parts Used: Fruits Habit and Habitat: Description: A tropical shade tree, usually 15–20 m high, but can be up to 30 m in height, and up to 1.3 m in girth; bark rough, scaly; shoots and young leaves usually rusty villous. Leaves simple, opposite, oriaceous, broadly ovate to ovate-elliptic, 7–15 cm in width by 8–25 cm in length, glabrescent; veins obscure above, slightly raised and usually brownish pubescent beneath. Fruit a drupe, glabrous, subglobose to ellipsoid, 2.5–5.0 cm by 1.5–2.5 cm, usually smooth or frequently 5-angulate, ridged, wrinkled, turning blackish when dry. Seed: one, rough, ellipsoid, 1.0–2.0 cm by 0.2–0.7 cm, and without ridges Uses: Appetizer and digestive (Dipana- Pachana), promotes longevity (Ayushya), cures anemia (Pandughna), cures diabetes (Pramehaghna), enhances memory (Buddhiprada), enhances strength of sense organs (Indriya balaprada), eases passage of waste products (Anulomana)
Terminalia Belerica Product Description Botanical Name: Terminalia belerica Common Name: Barro, Sano Barro English Name: Chebulic myrobalan Parts Used: Fruits Habit and Habitat: Description: Beleric is a large deciduous tree found throughout India, in areas up to an altitude of 1,000 meters. The tree takes a height of 30 meters, while the bark is brownish grey in color. The alternate, broadly elliptic leaves are clustered towards the end of the branches. They are 10 to 12 cm in length and 7 to 14 cm in breadth. The simple, solitary flowers are in auxiliary spikes, with offensive odor. They blossom in the month of May. The fruits are ovoid grey drupes and the kernels are sweet, but narcotic. Uses: Tonic to Brain and Stomach, Liquifies matter, acts as astringent, expels souda and safra, dries ruthoobath, headache, piles, chronic diarrhoea References: A compendium of Medicinal Plants in Nepal” by Sushim Ranjan Baral and Puran Prasad Kurmi (October’ 2006)
Product Description Botanical Name: Swertia Chiretta Common Name: Chiraito English Name: Chiretta, Brown chiretta, White chiretta Parts Used: Whole Plant Habit and Habitat: Himalaya (Kashmir to Bhutan), NE India Description: Erect herb. Leaves opposite, broadly lanceolate, acute, lower often much larger, sometimes petioled. Flowers green, yellow and tinged with purple. Uses: Plant is bitter, tonic, stomachic, febrifuge, antipyretic, sudorific, antiperiodic and anthelmitic. It is useful in skin disease, dipsia and gastropathy. References: A compendium of Medicinal Plants in Nepal by Sushim Ranjan Baral and Puran Prasad Kurmi (October’ 2006)
Smilax Aspera Smilax SMILAX ASPERA Category: Herbs Description Reviews (0) Product Description Botanical Name: Smilax aspera Common Name: Chopchini English Name: Rough bird weed Parts Used: Roots Habit and Habitat: Widespread from Mediterranean and E Africa eastward to India and Sri Lanka Description: Tendril-climbing shrub with flexuous usually prickly stems. Leaves linear-lanceolate to rounded. Flowers in axillary clusters, small, fragrant, white, one-sexed; umbels numerous, forming long spike-like clsters. Uses: Root is used as a substitute for Indian Sarsaparilla. It purifies blood and cures skin diseases. Root paste along with Urtica dioica is used as haemostatic. References: A compendium of Medicinal Plants in Nepal by Sushim Ranjan Baral and Puran Prasad Kurmi (October’ 2006)
Product Description Botanical Name: Sapindus mukorossi Common Name: Reetha English Name: Soapnut Parts Used: Roots, Fruits and Bark Habit and Habitat: Himalaya, NE India, Myanmar, Indo-China, China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan Description: Handsome tree. Leaves 15-45 cm long, crowded near the ends of the branches, leaflets, shortly petioled, alternate or upper nearly opposite, lanceolate, entire. Flowers numerous, small, polygamous, purple or white, ciliated. Fruit fleshy, sub-globose, glauscent, saponaceous, 18.5 mm in diametre and yellow. Uses: They are useful in chronic dysentry, diarrhoea, cholera and tubercular glands, epilepsy, asthma, hysteria, hemicrania, paralysis of limb, limbago. It is a sedative to uterus. References: A compendium of Medicinal Plants in Nepal by Sushim Ranjan Baral and Puran Prasad Kurmi (October’ 2006)
Rubia Cordifolia Rubia-cordifolia RUBIA CORDIFOLIA Category: Herbs Description Reviews (0) Product Description Botanical Name: Rubia corditolia Common Name: Majitho English Name: Indian Madder Parts Used: Whole Plant Habit and Habitat: Pantropical Description: Climbing herb; root 5 mm wide, externally longitudinally striated, yellowish red. Leaves in whorls of 4, long stalked, 5-10 cm long, pointed. Flowers small, dark red in numerous, small cymes, terminal. Fruit 3-4 mm in diametre and didymous of globose. Uses: Plant is an efficient blood purifier and extensively used against blood, skin and urinery diseases. It is useful in dysentry, ear and eye diseases, inflammations and swellings, leprosy and urinogenital disorders. References: A compendium of Medicinal Plants in Nepal by Sushim Ranjan Baral and Puran Prasad Kurmi (October’ 2006)
Rheum Australe Product Description Botanical Name: Rheum australe Common Name: Padamchaal, Aakaashe chuk, Chulthi amilo, Gandhini, Amalved English Name: Rhubarb Parts Used: Leaf stalk and Root Habit and Habitat: Himalaya (Himachal Pradesh to Nepal), China Description: Rosbust herb, 1-2 m high, root and rhizome solid, cylindrical, outer surface irregularly wrinkled. Leaves large, radical, 60 cm in diameter, petiole very long, 1 m in length and over 1 cm in width, brown externally, white externally. Flowers small, 3 mm in diameter. Uses: Root is a tonic, mild laxative; useful in dyspepsia, diarrhoea, anorexia, constipation, urticaria and septic wounds. Powdered root is externally applied to indolent ulcers and in forehead for relief from headache. Rheum is very popular in homeopathic medicine. References: A compendium of Medicinal Plants in Nepal by Sushim Ranjan Baral and Puran Prasad Kurmi (October’ 2006)
Pistacia Integerrima Product Description Botanical Name: Pistacia intergerima (Rhus sps) Common Name: Kakad singhi English Name: Insect gall on Pistacia, Indian mastiche Parts Used: Insect gall Habit and Habitat: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Himalaya (Punjab, Nepal) Description: Deciduous tree to 18 m tall and 2.7 m in girth with a short stout bole. Bark gray or blackish, viscous or aromatic when cut. Leaves pinnate; leaflets lanceolate, 7-12 cm long. Flowers in pannicles, smell, reddish. Gruit a globose drupe, c. 6 mm diameter , rugose, gray when ripe. Uses: Galls are bitter, astringent, depurative, digestive, constipating, febrifuge, aromatic, tonic, expectorant. They are used in cough, phthisis, asthma, dysentry, diarrhoea, ulcers, leprosy, skin diseases, psoriasis, leucorrhoea, pharyngitis. They are used as antidote to snake bite and scorpion sting and very useful in children at the time of teething. Powdered gall fried in butter is given orally in dysentry. References: A compendium of Medicinal Plants in Nepal by Sushim Ranjan Baral and Puran Prasad Kurmi (October’ 2006)
Piper Piper Longum Category: Herbs Description Reviews (0) Product Description Botanical Name: Piper longum Common Name: Pipala, Pipali, Murjhad English Name: Long piper Parts Used: Fruits: dry or fresh, Root, Stem Habit and Habitat: Description: A small shrub with a large woody root and numerous creeping, jointed stems, thickened at the nodes. The leaves are alternate, spreading, without stipules and blade varying greatly in size. The lowest leaves are 5-7 cm long, whereas, the uppermost 2-3 cm long. The flowers are in solitary spikes. The fruits, berries, in fleshy spikes 2.5-3.5 cm long and 5 mm thick, oblong, blunt and blackish green in color. The mature spikes collected and dried, form the commercial form of pippali and the root radix is known as pippalimula. Uses: Appetizer (Dipani), cures dyspnoea (Svasa), cough (Kasa), fever (Jvara), skin disorders (Kustha), abdominal tumor (Gulma), piles (Arsa), spleenomegaly (Pliha), pain (Sula), rheumatism (Amavata) References: A compendium of Medicinal Plants in Nepal by Sushim Ranjan Baral and Puran Prasad Kurmi (October’ 2006)
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Botanical Name : Terminalia Arjuna English Name : Arjuna Herb Common Name : Arjun Plant Part : Bark Actions and Uses : Arjuna mainly used in heart disease, contusions, and fractures. It is prescribed for all sorts of conditions of cardiac failure and dropsy. The tonic made from bark is believed to have a stimulant effect on the heart. It helps strengthen the body's natural rejuvenate processes, hastening the replacement of dead or weak cells with fresh, vital ones. It is also used for loneliness, sadness and frustration.. It strengthens the emotions to decrease excessive response to stress and trauma. We shall be pleased to receive Your
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