Introduction To Medicinal Plants Essays and Term Papers

  • Medicinal Plants

    glass of hot water. Drink as tea. Acts as an expectorant. d. Swollen Gums – steep 6 grams of fresh plant in a glass of boiling water for 30 minutes. Use solution as gargle. e. Toothache – cut fresh plant and squeeze sap. Soak a piece of cotton in the sap and insert this in aching tooth cavity. Mouth...

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    PLANT NAME IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES English     : Aloe, Indian aloe Hindi        : Gheekaumar, Ghikumari Distribution – Cultivated in the dry areas of India  PLANT DESCRIPTION a perennial shrub with fleshy leaves and short stem....

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    The report should include an introduction (~ one page) on the origin of the plant and its use in both ancient and modern times. The remaining space (~ four pages) should be devoted to its biological / therapeutic / toxicological activity and the chemical constituents that are responsible for the observed...

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    round, smooth, green when ripe and yellow when unripe. Chemical composition:- It contains citrus acid, phosphoric acid, mallic acid and sucrose. MEDICINAL USAGE:- Anxiety disorder:- to control the heart beat of women in anxiety disorder, give 13 gm lemon juice to patient. Cholera:- During cholera,...

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    LIST OF IMPORTANT MEDICINAL PLANTS AND THEIR USES NB: (Fam - Family, T – Tree, H – Herb, C – Climber, S- shrub) Plant Common name / Maturity period Amla ( T )After 4th year Botanical Name Parts or Family Used Emblica officinalis Fruit Fam euphorbiaceac Saraca Asoca Bark Fam : Flower Caesalpinanceac Withania...

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    system of the elements, the theory of valence was reformulated in terms of electronic structures and interatomic forces. This situation led to the introduction of several new concepts—ionic valence, covalence, oxidation number, coordination number, metallic valence—corresponding to different modes of interaction...

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    Medicinal Plants in North Carolina "The garden is the poor man's apothecary" –German Proverb The popularity of medicinal plants across the world is rapidly increasing. In Asian cultures, in particular China, herbal medicines have been common for thousands of years. ...

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    pregnancy for preventing pre-eclampsia, shortening the duration of labour, stimulating labour, and preventing post-date deliveries. 1 Parts of plants used The Root: the root can be eaten as a vegetable or as a salad The seed: the seed contains variety of amino acid that are used in active ingredients ...

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  • Medicinal Plants

    CHAPTER 1 The Problem and Its Setting Introduction Herbal medicine is the use of herbs or plants for their therapeutic or medicinal value. This practice is becoming popular nowadays due to the use of natural ingredients rather than synthetic ones. Though only a few people believe in its effectiveness...

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    Laurel Plumbago rosea Linn. ROSE LEADWORT Zi hua teng Botany Laurel is an erect or spreading, more or less branched, hearbaceous or half-woody plant, 1.5 meters or less in height. Leaves are ovate to oblong-ovate, 8 to 13 centimeters long, smooth, slightly drooping, with entire, undulate or wavy...

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    INTRODUCTION 1.1. General Introduction: A medicinal plant is any plant which, in one or more of its organ, contains substance that can be used for therapeutic purpose or which is a precursor for synthesis of useful drugs. (Sofowara, 1982, Medicinal plant and Traditional Medicine in Africa). ...

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    Mediterranean region, as well as a frequent seasoning in Asia, Africa, and Europe. It has been used throughout its history for both culinary and medicinal purposes Origin and major types The ancestry of cultivated garlic is not definitively established. According to Zohary and Hopf,[3] "A difficulty...

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    and flu and other bronchopulmonary disorders • Alleviate symptoms of Chicken Pox  • Removal of worms, and boils GINGER Medicinal Benefits of Luyang Dilao (Ginger Root): • Relieves rheumatic pains & muscle pains • Alleviates sore throat, fever and colds • Ease nausea and...

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    subtropical tree and exists at annual mean temperatures between 21–32 °C (70–90 °F). MEDICINAL VALUES OF NEEM: Products made from neem trees have been used in India for over two millennia for their medicinal properties.[4] Neem products are believed by Ayurvedic practitioners to be anthelmintic...

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    Medicinal plants From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search The bark of willow trees contains large amounts of salicylic acid, which is the active metabolite of aspirin. Willow bark has been used for millennia as an effective pain reliever and fever reducer.[1] Medicinal plant...

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    longa, Embilica officinalis, Glycyrrhiza glabra and Nigella sativa Name of the student: Ali Abbas Abstract Extracts of five different medicinal plants [Mentha aquatica (Stem and Leaves), Curcuma longa (Stem), Embilica officinalis (Fruits), Glycyrrhiza glabra (Stem) and Nigella sativa (Seeds)]in...

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  • Medicinal Plants

    PHILIPPINE MEDICINAL PLANTS Here are the list of Medicinal Plants that can be found here in the Philippines : AKAPULKO Scientific name : Casia Alata Other name : Ringworm Bush, Kasitas (Bik., Bis.) Treats skin diseases like Tinea infections,ringworms,eczema,scabies and insect bites. ...

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  • Medicinal Plant

    Medicinal Plants (Philippines) Members: Austria, LG Bituin, Mica Bucawit, Princess Calabia, Karen Calpito, Gervielyn Cuevas, Denise Reyes, Simon Villegas, Lara Akapulko - is used as herbal medicine and is a shrub that grows wild in the tropical climate of Philippines. Uses: Treat fungal...

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  • National Mission on Medicinal Plants

    CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEME OF NATIONAL MISSION ON MEDICINAL PLANTS OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES (REVISED) 1. PREAMBLE 1.1 Medicinal Plants form the major resource base of our indigenous health care traditions. The outreach and acceptability of AYUSH systems, both nationally as well as globally, are...

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  • Medicinal Plants Philippines

    | |MEDICINAL PLANTS | 10 Best Filipino Medicinal Plants Revisited Next 10 Best Philippine Medicinal Plants Fruits That Heal Vegetables...

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