By Sandhya Agrawal
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Require moderate irrigation Plants are affected by white ants, Cercospora leaf spot and bacterial leaf blight. Control: Pits are filled with FYM and treated with BHC or aldrin to protect the new plants from white ants. Plants attain normal height and girth after 8-10 years of growth when they are ready for tapping of the gum by shallow incision on the bark between December and March. Gum resin contains guggulsteraes Z and E guggulsterois, two diterpenoids-a terpene, hydrocarbon named cembme A and B, a cfiterpene-a1cohol-mukuloI3 camphorone and cambrene Cultivation of Medicinal Plants 8.
Bark Advances in Medicinal Plants 46 11. 12. Actual Ingredients Internal consumption and export potential 13. Action and uses 14. Compound Preparations Tannin and Catechol Internal consumption is quite high in pharmaceutical industries. Good export potential Astringent, used in menorrhagia and uterine affections, internal bleeding, bleeding haemorrhoids and haemorrhagic dysentry. Ashokarishta, Ashokaghrita 4. ATIS 4. Name of Medicinal Plant Family Use of Plant Part Actual Ingredients Important Habitats 5.
Darvyadi Kwath, Darvyadi leha, Darvyadi taila. 13. ISkBGOL 3. Name of M~dicinal Plant Family Habit and Habitat 4. 5. 6. Area under cultivation Production in tonnes Yield Plant part 7. Cultural Practices i. Varieties/Types/Clones released/identified ii. Propagation methods and planting time 1. 2. Plantago Ovata Forsk Plantaginaceae A herb found in Punjab plains and low hills from Sutlej westwards, Sindh and Baluchistan.
Advances In Medicinal Plants by Sandhya Agrawal