Lesser Known Medicinal Plants: Cultivation & Utilization Techniques

authored by: Raviraja Shetty G, & Tamanna Arif
ISBN: 9789394490321 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 192 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2023
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 10.9 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 490 GMS
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The increasing cost of prescription drugs has sparked a renewed interest in medicinal plants as a means of maintaining personal health and well-being. Traditional herbal medicine, which has become increasingly popular in developed countries in recent years, presents several advantages over modern medicine, including its prophylactic properties. Therefore, it would be advisable to cultivate and bring to light lesser-known medicinal plants, particularly those that are in high demand and rare. This book was created by the authors to develop better methods of conveying and spreading information about the cultivation and uses of many crops. As the world becomes more advanced and generates vast amounts of information, there will be a greater need to access legacy plant materials with the help of technology. This book helps to break down barriers of accessibility to information on rare medicinal plants.

1.     Introduction: The Scope and Importance

2.     Devil’s Cotton, Abromaaugusta L.

3.     Indian Aconite, Aconitum balfouriiStapf

4.     Angelica AngelicaglaucaEdgew

5.     Aloewood, AquilariamalaccensisLam.syn. A. agallochaRoxb.

6.     Danti, BaliospermummontanumMuell. Arg

7.     Brazil Wood, Caesalpiniasappan L. 

8.     Perfumed Cherry,CallicarpamacrophyllaVahl

9.     Gandrayan,CinnamomumcamphoraNees&Eberm

10.   Tree Turmeric, Cosciniumfenestratum (Gaertn.) Colebr.

11.   Kalimusali, CurculigoorchioidesGaertn

12.   Black Zedoary, Curcuma caesiaRoxb.

13.   Round Zedoary, Curcuma zedoaria(Christ.) Rosc

14.   Himalayan Marsh Orchid, Dactylorhizahatagirea(D.Don) Soo

15.   Rattalu, DioscoreabulbiferaL.

16.   English Speed-Wheel, EvolvulusalsinoidesLinn.

17.   White Teak, GmelinaarboreaRoxb

18.   Gurmar, GymnemasylvestreR. Br. ex Schult

19.   Puskarmool, InularacemosaHook. F

20.   Common Juniper, Juniperuscommunis Linn

21.   Spikenard, Nardostachys grandiflora DC; Syn. Nardostachysjatamansi DC

22.   Turpeeth, Operculinaturpethum (Linn.) Silva-Manso Syn. Ipomoea turpethum R. Bv.

23.   Sonapatha, Oroxylumindicum Vent

24.   Pistanchio Tree, Pistaciaintegerrima Stew. ex Brandis

25.   Indian Podophyllum, PodophyllumhexandrumRoyle

26.   Vijaysar, Pterocarpus marsupium Roxb

27.   RevandChini, Rheum emodi wall. exMeissn

28.   Manjit, Rubiacordifolia L.

29.   Kuchila, Strychnosnux-vomica Linn.

30.   Rohida Tree,Tecomellaundulata (Sm.) Seem. Syn. Tecomaundulata (Sm.) G. Don.

31.   Giloe, Tinosporacordifolia (Willd.) Miers ex HK. f. and Th. Syn. MeninspermumcordifoliumWilld

32.   Vellapine, Vateriaindica Linn.

33.   BanafshaViola serpensLinn

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