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Moraceae Latex from the leaves is used for dermatitis. Pandhari : Murraya paniculara Jack.

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Rutaceae Leaf juice is mixed with seven garlic buds and seven pepper seeds and given for chronic stomach ache. Plants used for dysentery 1. Makadi, Matangi : Atlantia monophylla Dc. Rutaceae Leaves are used by tribals as antidysenteric. Pandhra kuda : Holarrhena antidysenterica Wall. Apocynaceae Root is antidysenteric. A suspension of root is made along with butter milk and given. Usually the fresh root is used as it is more effective than that of the stored one. Gel — phal: Randia dymentorum Lam.

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Rubiaceae When there is vomiting along with diarrhoea them Stem bark of the Gel phal is used externally as well as internally. Plants used for animal bite and insect bite 1. Kombad — nakhi : Aspidium sp. Polypodiaceae Root is used for snake — bite. Root is made in suspension and drooped in nose. The root is also used internally after frying in ghee. Ukshi : Calycopteris floribunda Lam. Combretaceae Leaf juice is applied externally for insect bite. Kusar : Jasminum malbaricum W. Oleaceae For lizard poison the leaf juice is applied.

Ceasalpiniaceae Stem bark is eaten raw for the stomach ache. Narkya, Amruta, Ghanera : Nothapodytes foetida Wt. Sleumer Icacinaceae.

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Root of this plant is used for dog poison. The root is made in to suspension along with the water and applied on a bite. It is also taken internally for three days. Padali : Cyclea peltata H. Menispermaceae Root of this plant is eaten raw for the stomach ache. Rukhalu : Remusatia vivipara Schott. Araceae Root is externally used for snake bite.

Bhamburda, Elephants leg, Againdom : Elephantophys scaber L. Asteraceae Water suspension of the root is used with sugar and few seeds of Cuminum 6. Kirmira : Glycosmis pentaphylla Corr. Rutaceae Leaves of this plant is used for the mouse bite. The leaf juice is given with pepper and garlic. Plants used for stomach — ache Pages - Plants used for swellings Plants used for abscesses 1. Kavalacha dola : Cucurbita sp Cucurbitaceae Leaves of this climber are crushed and applied on an abscess. Kerit : Cucumis trigonus Roxb. Cucurbitaceae Fruits are cooked and applied on an abscess. Kapur bhendi : Turraea villosa Benn.

Meliaceae Leaf suspension is applied on an abscess. Chikna : Sida rhombifolia Linn. Malvaceae Leaves are crushed and applied on an abscess. Chitrak : Plumbago zeylanica L. Plumbaginaceae Root is poisonous and used for swelling externally. Hura ; Sapium insigne Trim.

Euphorbiaceae Leaf latex is used for any type of swelling followed by chronic pain. Research Institute for giving facilities and also thank Miss V. Jul-Sept Flowers and stems used for weisang.

Aerial parts used as fodder. Roots used to treat cough and clearing heat. Wang et T. Tang J. Jul-Aug Seeds used to relieve a cough and cure injuries. Whole plant used as ornamental. Jun-Aug Fruits, leaves and roots used to relieve fever, and treat measles, dysentery and gastropathy. Ricaoko Aristolochiaceae Shangri-la Whole plants stir-fried and used as spice Aug-Sept Whole plants used as stomachic tonic.

Aug Used as rootstock for Armeniaca vulgaris. Wu ex S. Bark used for papermaking. Seeds used to expel parasite.

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Yu et C. Roots used to invigorate the spleen. Aug-Sept Plants used as fuel-wood. Don H. Jun-Jul Whole plants used as fodder. Don Qingmincai Asteraceae Weixi Young leaves grounded with sticky rice to make rice cake. Apr-May Leaves used to treat cuts and gun shot wounds. Vuijk Lianxiongde Orchidaceae Shangri-la Whole plant stewed with meat and eaten as tonic. Aug-Sep Whole plant used as fodder. Shangri-la Fruits eaten fresh or used to make beverage and wine.


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Aug-Oct Fruits used to treat cough and invigorate the circulation of blood. Daiga Juglandaceae Shangri-la, Weixi and Deqin Seeds eaten fresh or stir-fried, and used for making vegetable oil. Sezha Caprifoliaceae Deqin Fruits eaten fresh. Don Merr. Jisa Berberidaceae Deqin Fruits eaten fresh.

Aug-Sep Whole plants used as hedge plants. Whole plants used as fence. Mocuo Fabaceae Deqin, Shangri-la Young stems and leaves eaten fresh or stir-fried Jun-Jul Leaves, stems, flowers and seeds used as fodder. Yimuyidun Ophioglossaceae Shangri-la Immature fronds stir-fried or added to soups Jul-Aug Whole plants used to treat impotence and lumbago.

Whole plants used as fence and hedge plants. Pseudobulbs used to stop bleeding and detumescence. Nees C.

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Meyer var. Wu et K. Roots used to stop bleeding. Feng Gedeqi Araliaceae Shangri-la Rhizomes stewed with meat and eaten as tonic. Jul-Aug Whole plants used as fodder. Rhizomes used to stop bleeding.

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Tuoqiong Phytolaccaceae Deqin Young stems and leaves eaten fresh or stir-fried Jul-Aug Roots used to promote diuresis. Needles used as fodder. Plants used as fuel-wood. Leaves and fruits used as fodder.


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  • Roots used to control leukorrhea flow. Don var. Kuhn var. Suanmiguoguo Saxifragaceae Shangri-la, Weixi and Deqin Fruits eaten fresh and used to prepare local wine Aug-Sept Whole plants used as fence and hedge plants. Hiangshen Saxifragaceae Shangri-la, Weixi and Deqin Fruits eaten fresh and used to prepare local wine Jul-Oct Leaves, stems and fruits used for weisang.