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Thermophobic plants found on this hill and their medicinal uses are--. 1. Thalictrum foliolosum DC.(Rananculaceae) Local name- Sita chanwar / Mamiri Flowers-June –August Medicinal properties: Root is used in making Kajal as it prevents eye infection.

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1. Thalictrum foliolosum DC.(Rananculaceae)
  • Local name- Sita chanwar / Mamiri
  • Flowers-June –August
  • Medicinal properties:
  • Root is used in making Kajal as it prevents eye infection.
  • Its decoction is useful in stomache and pest in eczema.

20 July 2005

17 July 2008

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18 01 2010

18 01 2010

Thalictrum foliolosum DC.

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2. Rubia manjith Roxb.ex Fleming(Rubiaceae)
  • Local name- JataSinghi /Birja / Majethi
  • Flowers- October – November
  • Medicinal properties:
  • Root yields a costly yellow-orange dye called ’’manjith’.
  • Paste of the root is used to cure leucoderma.
  • Decoction of root is a good liver tonic.
  • Decoction is also used as a tonic for youth and vigor.

16 10 2008

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3. Pogostemon benghalense(Burmm.f)Kuntze. (Lamiaceae)
  • Flowers-October –January
  • Local name- Ban tulsi / Kalibhant
  • Medicinal properties:
  • Paste of leaf applied on wounds to check bleeding.
  • Root is used to prepare Ranu of rice beer (Haria)
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4. Lepidagathis incurva Buch.-Ham ex D.Don.

(Acanthaceae)

  • Flowers December -January
  • Local name- Serendri -dumbu
  • Medicinal properties:
  • Paste of leaf applied on wounds to check bleeding.
  • Root is used to prepare Ranu of rice beer (Haria)
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5. Aeginetia indica L. (Orobanchaceae)
  • Flowers-August -November
  • Local name- Kandar [A root parasite]
  • Medicinal properties:
  • Pest of whole plant applied on burns.
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Thermophilic plants invaders—
  • 1.Syndrella

nodiflora (L.)Gaertn.

  • Plant is native of West Indies and naturalized in India as weed. Easily identified by basally 3 nerved opposite leaves and yellow flowers at nodes.
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2.Calyptocarpus vialis Lees.
  • Plant looks like Syndrella but is smaller and prostrate.
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3. Ageratum conyzoides L.
  • Local name – Puru ghas / Tonka mani
  • Commonly called as goat grass and recognized by small blue flowers.Weed very tough to eradicate.
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4. Sonchus wightianus DC.

  • Local name- Najom puru
  • Herbs ,up to 1 m tall .Idetified by yellow flowers and glandular hairs on floral stalk.
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5. Siegesbeckia orientalis L.

  • Local name- Marang kalmegh/ lat lalita
  • Herbs ,up to 1 m tall .Identified by yellow flowers surrounded by 5 spathulate glandular involucres.
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