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Herbal plants and medicinal properties
Botanical Name:- Emblica officinalis
Indian Name :- Amla
Indian gooseberry is a small or middle-sized tree. The branches of the tree appear feathery. The tree has pale green flowers usually in small dense clusters below the leaves. The fruit has a seed inside with three angles and three sides. Indian gooseberry has been used as a valuable ingredient of various medicines in India and Middle East. In ayurveda it is the best of all acidi fruits and most useful for health and in treating diseases. It is valued chiefly for its high Vitamin C content. The Vitamin C value of amla increases further when the juice is extracted from the fruit. the dehydrated berry provides 2428 to 3470 mgs of Vitamin C per 100 gms.
Properties:- Indian gooseberry is a wonder herb and one of the precious gift of nature to man. It contributes greatly towards health and longevity. Ayurvedic physicians use this herb very commonly in their medicines and regard it as a medicine for heart and health problems. The fruit is acrid, cooling, refreshing and laxative. It increases the volume of urine. The raw fruit is mild purgative. The flowers of the tree are cooling, refreshing and mild purgative. Indian gooseberry is beneficial in the treatment of respiratory disorders. It is especially valuable in tuberculosis of the lungs. This herb due to its high Vitamin C content is effective in controlling diabetes. Indian gooseberry is an effective medicine for heart disease. The juice of Indian gooseberry is useful in preserving eye sight. It is beneficial to the treatment of conjunctivitis and glaucoma. Another use of this herb is the treatment of Rheumatism, Scurvy, Diarrhoea and ageing. Indian gooseberry is an accepted hair tonic in traditional recipes.
Botanical Name:- Centella asiatica
Indian Name:- Khulakudi or Brahmamanduki
Indian Pennywort is a perennial wild creeper which grows horizontally and is small and smooth. It has slight branches and small internodes. The leaves of the branch are simple or thick ,almost round or kidney shaped and yellowish green in colour. The fresh leaves have an aroma due to the presence of an oily matter called vellarine. The aroma is lost on drying .Indian Pennywort is a native to India.
Properties:- The Indian Pennywort corrects disordered processes of nutrition. It's leaves are beneficial in improving memory. This herb is effective in nervous disorders including nervous debility. Other uses of Indian Pennywort is in the treatment of Female sterility, Elephantiasis and skin disorders.
Botanical Name:- Oxalis corniculata
Indian Name :- Amboti-ki-patti
Indian sorrel is a small, hairy, annual herb. The stem of the plant is very thin, delicate, very thin and smooth. It has pale green compound leaves. The herb is native to India. It grows wild during monsoon and on wet grounds. The flowers of the plant are sour due to a high content of oxalic acid and potassium oxalate. The herb is rich in vitamin B1, iron and calcium. the leaves of this herb contain a small amount of cellulose.
Properties:- The leaves are acrid, bitter and mildly astringent. It has a predominantly acid taste. This leaves have a cooling effect and act as an appetizer. The leaves are useful in relieving symptoms of fever. An infusion of the leaves can bring temperature down. The leaves of this herb are useful in the prevention and treatment of scurvy . It is a deficiency caused by lack of vitamin C. Fresh leaves of the plant are useful in stimulating the stomach and aiding its action. The herb is beneficial in the treatment of jaundice. A tablespoon of fresh juice mixed with butter-milk made of cow's milk can be taken once daily in the treatment of this disease. Other uses of this herbs are skin disorders, eye disorders, insomnia and excessive thirst.