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Patanjali Herbal Garden & Agro Research Department (site Nursery & Gurukul Gaushala Farm, Shartarshah)

PATANJALI HERBAL GARDEN & AGRO RESEARCH
DEPARTMENT - DIVYAYOG MANDIR (TRUST)

Under the learned guidance of H. H. Yogrishi Swami Ramdevji, Vaidyaraj Acharya Balkrishna and Swami Muktanand, Patanjali Herbal Garden & Agro Research Department has been established at following few sites- Patanjali Herbal Garden site Nursery, Patanjali Herbal Garden site Gurukul Gaushala Farm, situated nearby Patanjali Yogpeeth at Maharishi Dayanand Gram, Bahadrabad, Delhi-Haridwar highway. These Herbal Gardens have beautiful collections of more than 200 medicinal herbs, shrubs, trees, climbers and ornamental plants. Since, 1997 it was a great effort with high spirit to collect the valuable medicinal plant and to ensure to grow in Garden, a Divya Vanaushadhi Vatika has been earlier established in the Ashram at Kankhal. Thereafter, to explore more possibilities of a large number of wide collections, exposition and research of medicinal, aromatic and ornamental plants in a organized way in the Patanjali Herbal Garden has been established. A team of Scientists from Botany and Agriculture and a number of swayam sevak are engaged for research and management.

Poly House Preparation Of Nursery

SIGNIFICANT WORKS/ACTIVITIES :

Collaboration in Research with National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources (NBPGR) and Research on Astavarg plants:

In 1997 Swami Ramdevji visited NBPGR, Head Quater at New Delhi and later research collaboration has been made on Plant Biodiversity to survey, identify and collect Ashtavarga plants used as ingredients in Chayavanprash. This project provided a good opportunity to undertake exploration and collection tours in Hilly areas of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh and about 120 medicinal and aromatic plants were collected and planted in the Divya Vanaushadhi Vatika.

Over the past two thousand years, Ayurveda lost its glory and the thrust of Unani and Allopathic systems on Indian society and as a result there are much valuable wisdom of medicinal plants has been lost. The great invention of Ashwani Kumar brothers on the Astavarga group plants used as rejuvenators of body of Rishi Chayavan through the preparation of Chayavanprash.. Over the vast time gap, theAyurvedic experts had lost the actual identity of these eight plant species which formed the ingredients of Chayavanprash. The information contained about them in the literature had been full of misidentification and wrong. It was only due to these plant species grow in small patches in difficult areas in the northwest Himalaya. Most of the time, it seems, the Ayurvedic experts did not extensively surveyed the areas of Himalayan elevations rather relied on wrong information provided by cunning traders or collectors. Basically Astavarg is the group of plants described as jeevaniya , brhneeya, vaya sthapanix in various Nighantus are viz. Jeevak, Rishbhak, Meda, Mahameda, Kakoli, Kshirkakoli, Ridhi and Vridhi . The Astavarg is a cooling, tasty, nutritious tonic, aphrodisiac, nourishes body and increase kapha. It is beneficial in seminal weakness, increases fat in the body, heals bone fracture and cures vata, pitta and rakta doshas, abnormal thirst, burning sensation in the body, fever and diabetic condition. It is one of the excellent combinations of herbal drugs which restore health immediately, strengths immunity system and cures any disorder in anabolism or body growth process as antioxidants in the body.

Several explorations were undertaken over a period of 4 to 5 years in the altitudes ranging from 2000 mto 4000mabove mean sea level in the NorthWest Himalaya. Consequently it could be possible to re-establish the proper identity of eight plant species of Astavarga used in the Chayavanprash. The book in Hindi and English containing all related information has been published.

Botanical Identity of Astavarg Plants:

The medicinal plants identified as Astavarg are viz. Jeevak- Malaxis acuminata D. Don; Rishbhak- Malaxis muscifera (Lind.) Kuntze; Meda- Polygonatum verticillatum Allioni, Mahameda- Polygonatm cirrifolium Royle; Ridhi- Habenaria intermedia D. Don; Vridhi- Habenaria acuminata Lindl; Kakoli- Roscoea alpina Royle and Kshirkakoli- Lilium polyphyllum D. Don.

The hilly and remote forest areas have been surveyed for specific programme are viz. Auli, Joshimath, Tapovan, Badrinarayan, Valley of Flowers, Hemkund, Ukhimath, Gangotri Valley, Kedarnath, Renthal, Gangnani, Yamunotri Valley, Rishikesh, Dhanaulti in Uttarakhand and Karsog, Jalpa, Kamarunag, Rewalsar, Rewanda, Lahaul-spiti, Hatloo, Thanedhar, Narkanda, Matiana, Shilaru in Himachal Pradesh.

Collection of Medicinal Plants:

There are a large number of medicinal plant diversity widely used in ayurved are present in the Garden. The live plants are also prescribed by the Vaidyas of Patanjali Yogpeeth to patients for taking fresh extract and decoction according to their dose of administration. Some common species are viz. Abroma augusta (Ulta Kambal); Acorus calamus (Vacha); Aloe vera (Ghee kwar); Andrographis paniculata (Kalmegh); Argyreia speciosa (Vidhara); Asparagus adscendens, A. racemosus (Shatavar); Bauhinia variegata (Kachnar); Berberis aristata (Daruhaldi); Boerhavia diffusa (Punarnava); Bryophyllum pinnata (Pashanbhed/Patharchur); Clerodendrum phlomidis (Bharangi bhed); C. serratumn (Bharangi); Cassia occidentalis (Kasmarda); C. tora (Chakramard); Centella asiatica (Mandook parni); Cinnamomum camphora (Kapoor); Clitorea ternatea (Aprajita); Cocculus villosus (Garudi, Patalgarudi); Crinum latifolium (Sudarshana); Curculigo orchioides (Kali musali); Desmodium gangeticum (Salparni); Erythrina indica (Paribhadra); Ficus racemosa (Gular); Gendarussa vulgaris (Kala bansa); Gmelina arborea (Gambhari); Mimosa pudica (Lajavanti); Ocimum americanum. (Rama tulsi), Oroxylum indicum (Shyonak); Paederia foetida (Gandha prasarani); Phyllanthus fraternus (BhumiAmla); Piper longum (Pippali); Plumbago capensis, Plumbago zeylanica (Chitraka); Rauvolfia sepentina (Sarpagandha); Ricinus communis (Eranda); Sida cordifolia (Bala); Solanum indicum (Brhati); S. surratense (Chhoti Kateli, Kantkari); Terminalia arjuna (Arjun); T. bellirica (Bahera); T. chebula (Harre); Tinospora cordifolia (Giloy); Tylophora indica (Dama buti); Uraria picta (Prisniparni); Viola odorata (Banafsa); Vitex negundo (Nirgundi); Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha) etc..

Maintenance of Germ Plasm:

There are a large number of Germplasm of many medicinal plants stated above and vegetables shown significant growth and yield like Daucas carrota (Gajar), Lagenaria siceraria (Lauki), Lycopersion esculentum (Tamatar) etc.

Glasshouses, Green Houses, Poly Houses and Cool Chamber etc.:

The Herbal Garden has infra structures to multiply various plant species of fruits, ornamental and medicinal value and to protect the rare and valuable collections from adverse climatic conditions. These are being used to obtain faster regeneration.

Botany and Seed Laboratory:

This laboratory is used to prepare herbarium plant specimens, identification of herbs and to take up further research on drying, packaging, and storage of raw herbs. Seed laboratory is used for the process of seed samples for storage to initiate research on storage/packing materials as well as seed viability and seed dormancy.

Large Scale Cultivation of Medicinal Plants:

Large scale growing of various fruits, vegetables and medicinal herbs, shrubs and tree species is being done on about 45 acres of farm land area of the Divya Yog Mandir (Trust). The experimental farming is not aimed at meeting the demand of raw drug material but it is an effort to maintain these plant species for production of seed or planting materials.
The herbal drug materials are

Acorus calamus (Vacha), Aloe vera (Ghrit Kumari), Asparagus racemosus (Shatavari), Anacyclus Pyrethrum (Akarkara), Cymbopogon citratus (Lemongrass), Rauvolfia serpentina(Sarpagandha), Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha) etc.

Field Experiments of Organic Farming Technology by the use of Wormi Compost and NADEP Manure:

Patanjali Herbal Garden Site Nursery

In nature there is a system of maintaining biological balance in soil, air and water. The human intervention has damaged this balance due to short-run gains. This is a great threats towards the sustainability of agricultural production to meet the food and nutritional requirements of growing population. Over the past four decades, the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, weedicides, excessive soil erosion etc. have adversely affected the soil fertility, productivity and quality of produce. Growing awareness of people about environmental degradation, has led the scientists, policy planners and executives to take corrective steps in order to improve the quality farming. The department has developed Divya wormi compost and Divya NADEP to the farmers for scientific and safe cultivations.

Preparation Of NADEP Preparation Of NADEP

Preparation of Video Film on Rare and Endangered Plants:

During the exploration and collection trips, the video film has been prepared showing the actual habitats, various plant associations and plant characters of rare and endangered plant species in location like Hemkund, Valley of Flowers, Auli top, Gangotri, Badarinath, Tapovan etc. in Uttarakhand and Saptasar, Rewalsar hills, Kamarunag Rawanda, Hattoo Peak, Thanedhar, Narkanda, Matian, Chail hills in the state of Himachal Pradesh.

Project Sponsored by National Medicinal Plant Board:

A project entitled, "To standardize agrotechniques for Gloriosa superba, Withania somnifera, Rauvolfia serpentina and Andrographis paniculata." for three years has been sanctioned by the Board.

Research on Ornamental Plants in Herbal Garden:

Research work has been undertaken to propagation and plantation of ornamental plants focuses having medicinal as well as ornamental by using modern nursery techniques.

TRAINING TO FARMERS / TO GENERATE PUBLIC AWARENESS:

To Farmers:

Herbal Garden Site Of
Gurukul Gaushala Farm

The department is providing regular training to the farmers. Training of farmers is a tool to improve the economy of the farmer families, to maintain sustainability of the environment, and to involve the farmers for their economic generation. In our demonstration plot of organic cultivation the farmers participating for the organic cultivation. The department provides free of cost training for scientific methods of cultivation.

To General Public And Visitors:

More than hundreds of people of India and abroad everyday benefited by the department Patanjali Herbal Garden and Agro Research Department through the learning, visual identifying of medicinal plants. The department has action oriented specific programme to train and educate the people by the demonstration and exposition of medicinal plants used for the day to day needs and healthcare. There are also many training programmes conducted by the department in various places of Himachal Pradesh, Assam, Uttrarakhand, Uttar Pradesh etc. The adivasi/ tribal healers, rural practitioners are also taking training to enhance knowledge.

To School Children:

The regular visit of school children in Herbal Garden and getting attention and learning of medicinal plants used for home remedies and to know their ayurvedic and botanical names is most hopeful and our fruitful achievements for the awareness of future generation.

National and International Herbal Exposition, Awards and Leadership:

Vaidyraj Acharya Shri Balkrishna has been many times honored as Chief Guest in Herbal Exposition. Recently he trained a group of people more than 250 who were Traditional vaidyas, farmers and practitioners of medicinal plants in Madhya Pradesh. The center has participated for Herbal exposition in various programme and Mahotsav organized in Delhi, Dehra Dun, Lucknow , Haridwar etc. The center has received many praise worthy awards and certificates through the exhibition of Medicinal plants.

Publications:

Books like Jadi-Booti Rahashya, Vitality strengthening Astavarg Plants, and more than hundreds of articles have been published by Vaidyraj Acharya Shri Balkrishna based on his experiences and research on medicinal plants.

FUTURE STRATEGY OF R & D.:

To introduce more medicinal herbs, shrubs, trees and climbers.

To conserve and preserve more medicinal plants.

To study of plant based wisdom of sadhu, samnyasi, yogi living in caves of the Himalayan region and their innovation through incantations and tapasya may established as separate science called here as Monk Botany.

To develop agro- technology of potential medicinal plants.

To prepare standards for acceptance or rejection of raw drug materials based on pharmacognostical studies (Dravya parichaya) and solve the problems of sanskrit homonyms or pratinidhitwa dravya.

To avoid problem of herbal adulterants and artificial synthesized herbal drug materials.

To analysis of the plants based ethnomedicinal practices of tribal and rural people and their inclusion in ayurveda.

To prepare more herbarium specimen sheets and establishment of Herbarium of dried specimens of all the medicinal and economic useful plant species as well as museum specimens of seeds, drug material parts e.g. roots, leaves, flowers, seeds, bark, fruits etc.

To establish relationship between major plant compounds viz. alkaloids, glucosides, glycosides, saponins, tannins, terpenes etc. with rasa, guna, virya and vipaka terms used in ayurveda for drug quality.

To multiplication of some rare medicinal plants through tissue culture and biotechnology .

To develop agro technology based on indigenous methods of seed selection and organic farming etc.

Plants Available for Sale in Patanjali Herbal Garden

S. No. TraditionalName EnglishName BotanicalName Rate in INR

1.

Bottle Palm (Small)

Bottle Palm

Hyophorbe lagenicaulis

30

2.

FishTail Palm (Big)

FishTailed Palm

Caryota maxima

100

3.

Areca Palm (Big)

Yellow Palm

Chrysalidocarpus lutescens

200

4.

Areca Palm (Small)

Areca Bambu

Dypsis lutescens

50

5.

China Palm

China Palm

Livistonia chinensis

20

6.

Phoenix Palm (Small)

Phoenia Palm

Phoenix canariensis

50

7.

Sifortia Palm (Big)

 

 

300

8.

Sifortia Palm (Small)

 

 

50

9.

Bismarkia Palm (Small)

Bismarckia Palm

Bismarkia nobilis

200

10.

Sempian Palm (Big)

 

 

1500

11.

Sempian Palm (Small)

 

 

200

12.

Letina Palm (Small)

Red Latan Palm

(Red laten palm)

200

13.

Fyistle Palm (small)

 

 

200

14.

Zamia Palm

Zamia Palm

Zamia furfuracea

100

15.

Triangular Palm (Big)

 

Dypsis decaryi

200

16.

Triangular Palm (Small)

 

Dypsis decaryi

80

17.

Travelers Palm

Travelers Palm

Ravenala madegascariensis

150

18.

Letina Ruba Palm

Latan Palm

Latania lontoroides

200

19.

Ketelika Palm

 

 

200

20.

Aurocaria (Big)

Araucaria

Araucaria auricana

200

21.

Aurocaria (Small)

Araucaria

Araucaria auricana

50

22.

Yucca (Big)

Needle Palm

Yucca filamentosa

200

23.

Manihot

Tapioca Plant

Manihot esculenta

10

24.

Allamanda

YellowAllamanda

Allamanda cathartica

20

25.

Rubber Plant

Rubber Plant

Ficus elastica

20

26.

Keli

Parrot’s Flower

Heliconia psittacorum

20

27.

Yucca (Small)

Needle Palm

Yucca filamentosa ‘Variegata’

50

28.

Hamelia Pine

Fire Bush

Hamelia patens

10

29.

Gajra Bel

 

Thunbergia mysorensis

20

30.

Nolina (Big)

Elephant-FootTree

Nolina recurvata

150

31.

Nolina (Small)

Elephant-FootTree

Nolina recurvata

50

32.

Ficus Panda (Big)

BenjaminTree

Ficus benjamina

60

33.

Ficus Panda (Small)

BenjaminTree

Ficus benjamina

30

34.

Ficus Varigated

Rusty Fig

Ficus rubiginosa variegate

50

35.

Song Of India

Song of India

Draceana reflexa

20

36.

Asparagus

Emerald Fern

Asparagus densiflorus

20

37.

Selm (Big)

 

 

80

38.

Selm (Small)

 

 

30

39.

Musanda (Red)

Red Mussaenda

Mussaenda erythrophylla

50

40.

Musunda (Pink/ White)

Elephant-FootTree

Nolina recurvata

30

41.

Furcaria

Furcaria

Furcaria cavanillesii

50

42.

Victoria

GiantWaterlily

Victoria amazonica

50

43.

Champa

ChampaTree

Michelia champaca

30

44.

Chameli

Common Jasmine

Jasminum officinale

10

45.

Rat Ki Rani

Night Jasmine

Cestrum nocturnum

10

46.

Kadamb

CadambaTree

Anthocaphalus indicus

10

47.

Juniperus

Chinese Juniper

Juniperus chinensis

20

48.

Adenium

Desert Rose

Adenium obesum

200

49.

Dionpalm

Dion Palm

Dioon edule

500

50.

Dieffenbachia

Mother-in-law Plant

Dieffenbachia seguine

20

51.

Philodendron

Aaron’s Rod

Philodendron

80

52.

Philodendron (Small)

 

 

50

53.

Begonia

Begoniya

Begonia semperflorens

20

54.

Monostera

Swiss-cheese Plant

Monstera deliciosa

100

55.

Fern

Fern

Dryopteris cartbusiana

20

56.

Drasina Verigated

 

 

30

57.

Drasina (Desi)

DragonTree

Dracaena sanderiana

20

58.

Camelia

 

Camelia Japonica

50

59.

Gulab (English)

Rose

Rosa indica

20

60.

Gulab (Desi)

Rose

Rosa moschata

10

61.

Ribna Grass

Ribna Grass

Phalaris arundiacea

10

62.

Schefflera

CommonSchefflera

Schefflera venulosa

20

63.

Schefflera Verigated

Scandent Schefflera

Schefflera arboricola variegata

50

64.

Morpankhi (Thuja)

Arbor Vitae

Thuja orientalis

30

65.

Bougainvillea

Paper Flower

Bougainvillea buttiana

20

66.

Moneyplant

Money Plant

Scindapsus aureus

10

67.

Coleus (3 Varieties)

Fleshy leaf coleus

Coleus blumei

10

68.

Babydoll

 

 

20

69.

Euphorbia (Big)

Crown of Thorns

Euphorbia milii

300

70.

Euphorbia (Small)

Crown of Thorns

Euphorbia milii

50

71.

Pansutia

Christmas Flower

Euphorbia pulcherrima

20

72.

Fireball

Mexican Flame Leaf

Euphorbia pulcherrima plenissima

50

73.

Karenchu

 

 

10

74.

Chandani

Crepe Jasmine

Tabernemontana divericata

20

75.

Ashok Pexndula

Indian Willow

Polyalthea longifolia

20

76.

Rupalia (Small)

 

 

20

77.

Rupalia (Big)

 

 

50

78.

Mitha Nimbu

Mitha Nimbu

Citrus limettioides

50

79.

Coroten

Coroten

Codieaenum veriegatum

20

80.

Asthal Kamal

Asthal Kamal

Hibisaes mutabilis

30

81.

Rio

Rio

Rhoea spathacea

30

82.

Areliya

Areliya

Pdyscies baefouriana

20

83.

Acalypha

Acalypha

Acalypha wilkesiana

20

84.

Rakhi bel

Rakhi bel

Passimora caerulea

20

85.

Ixora

Ixora

Ixora chinensis

30

86.

Bogna Vennsta

Bogna Vennsta

Pyrostegia Venusta

20

87.

Murenta

 

 

20

88.

Campecta

Calathea Closson

Dracaena dere mensis

30

89.

Raphis Palm

Raffia Palm

Raphia excelsa

150

90.

Kanak Champa (Muchkund)

Mapple Leaved Bayur

Pterospermum acerifolium

30

91.

Gardenia

Cape Jasmine

Gardenia jasminoides

20

92.

Cuphea

Cuphea

Cuphea micropetala

10

93.

Latana

 

 

10

94.

Savani

Crape Myrtle

Lagerstroemia indica

10

95.

Duranta (3 Varieties)

Forget-me-notTree

Duranta rapens

10

96.

Jal Bahar

 

 

10

97.

Gudhal/ Japakusum

Shoe Flower

Hibiscus rosa sinensis (China Rose)

10

98.

Botal Brush

Botal Brush

Callistemon viminalis

20

99.

VatVerigated

BanyanTree

Ficus bengalensis

150

100.

Clendra

 

 

10

101.

Tecoma Bel

Yellow Bells

Tecoma Stans

10

102.

Madhu Malati

Rangoon Creeper

Quisqualis indica.

10

103.

DesheriAam

 

 

40

104.

Amarpali

MangoTree

Mangifera indica

40

105.

Amruda (Kezi)

Guava

Psidium guajava

30

106.

Amruda (Allahabadi)

Guava

Psidium guajava

20

107.

Amruda (Apple Goa)

 

 

50

108.

Chakotra

Paradise Apple

Citrus maxima

40

109.

Nimbu (Kagaji)

Lemon

Citrus limonf

30

110.

Nimbu (Dessi)

Citron

Citrus medica var acida

20

111.

Chiku

Nase berry

Manilkara zapota

50

112.

Anaar

Pome Granate

Punica granatum

30

113.

Mosambi

Sweet Orange

Citrus sinensis

20

114.

Lokaat

Japanese Plum

Eriobotrya japonica

30

115.

Litchi

Litchii

Litchi chinensis

40

116.

Naspati

CommonPear

Pyrus communis

30

117.

Aaloobuchara

Plum

Pyrus domestica

20

118.

Bel

Bengal Quince

Aegle marmelos

10

119.

Amruda Kala

 

 

40

120.

Amruda (China)

 

 

20

121.

Kathal

Jack Fruit

Artocarpus integrifolia

40

122.

Safaid Jamun

Rose Apple

Syzygium jumbose

50

123.

Ashwagandha

Winter Cherry

Withania somnifera

10

124.

Stevia

Stevia

Stevia rabavdiana

10

125.

Pathar Chatta

Sprouting Leaf

Kalanchoe pinnata

10

126.

Gheekwar

Indian Aloe

Aloe barbadensis

10

127.

Sdabahar

Periwinkle

Vinca rosea

10

128.

Apamarga

Prickly Chaff Flower

Achyranthus aspera

10

129.

Sansevieria

 

Sansevieria trifasciata

20

130.

Nirgundi

Negundo ChasteTree

Vitex negundo

10

131.

Dambel (Dama Buti)

Anantamul

Tylophora indica

10

132.

Lemon Grass

Lemon Grass

Cymbopogan jwarancusa

10

133.

Chitrak Safed

Ceylon Leadwort

Plumbago zylanica

10

134.

Mitha Neem (kari Patta)

Curry LeafTree

Murraya koenigii

10

135.

Neem

MargosaTree

Azadirachta indica

10

136.

Toon

CedarTree

Cedrela toona

10

137.

Akarkara

 

Spilanthes oleracea

10

138.

BhuinAanwala

Seed-under-leaf

Phyllanthus nirurii

10

139.

Shyonak

IndianTrumpet

Oroxylum indicum

20

140.

Sita Ashok

Asoka Tree

Saraca ashoka

20

141.

Kachnar

Mountain Ebony

Bauhinia varigata

20

142.

Arjuna

Arjuna Myrobalan

Terminalia arjuna

10

143.

Harshringar (Parijaat)

Coral Jasmine

Nyctanthes arbortristis

20

144.

Putranjiva (Putrajivak)

Putranjiva

Putranjiva roxburghi

20

145.

Beheda

Siamese Terminalia

Terminalia belerica.

20

146.

Aawala (Dessi)

Emblic Myrobalan

Emblica officinale

20

147.

KalmiAawala

 

 

40

148.

Amaltaash (Aargvadha)

Indian Laburnum

Cassia fistula

20

149.

Chandan Safed

Sandal wood

Santalum album

50

150.

Kaner

Common Oleander

Nerium indicum

20

151.

Rosewood (Kali Shisham)

Black Rosewood

Dalbergia latifolia

20

152.

Chhui Mui

Touch-me-not

Mimosa pudica

10

153.

Peela Bans

Indian Bamboo

Bambosa arudanacia

10

154.

Mehendi

Henna-Tree

Lawsonia inermis

10

155.

Bramhi (Mandukparni)

Indian Pennywort

Centella asiatica

10

156.

Punarnva

Spreading Hog weed

Boerhavia diffusa

10

157.

Shyama Tulsi

Common Basil

Ocimum bassilinum

10

158.

Puja Tulsi

Basil Plant

Ocimum sanctum

10

159.

Kapoor Tulsi

 

Ocimum kilimandischarium

10

160.

Giloye

Giloy

Tinospora cordifolia

10

161.

Kapoor

Camphor Tree

Cinnamomum camphora

20

162.

Elaichi (Cardamom) Small

Lesser Cardamom

Elettaria cardamomum

20

163.

Dalchini

Cinnamon Tree

Cinnamomum zylanicum

40

164.

Tejpatta

Cinnamon leaf

Cinnamomum tamala

30

165.

Kalmegha

Common Adrographis

Andrographis paniculata

10

166.

Bakuchi (Bauchi)

Scurf- Pea

Psoralea corylifolia

10

167.

Tutmalanga

Sage Plant

Salvia aegyptiaca

10

168.

Adusa

Vasaka

Adhatoda vasica

10

169.

Gandha Prasarini

 

Paederia foetida

10

170.

Marua

Sweet Marjoram

Majorana hortensis

10

171.

Nagdaman

Mother-in-law’s Tongue

Sansevieria roxburghiana

10

172.

Shatavar

Native Asparagus

Asparagus racemosus

10

173.

Shami (Khrjari)

Prosopis

Prosopis cineraria

20

174.

Aparajita (Vishnu)

Butterfly Pea

Clitoria ternatea

10

175.

Salivia (Neela Phool)

Blue Sage

Salvia divinorum

10

 






 


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