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Author: Ashish Kumar

No Photo Total Articles: 2 | Total Views: 377 | Points Scored: 1,377

City: Hyderabad | State: India

About Me: I am working as Scientific Assistant (MAPs Agro technology and Genetics & Plant Breeding)

Articles by Ashish Kumar:
  • Agriculture Practices for Diabetes Medicinal Plants Gymnema Sylvestre R. Br. (Gurmar) ( 64 reads)   

    The leaves of this plant are in use for over 2000 years to treat diabetes giving it a prominent place in the indigenous system of medicines in the country. Gurmar is hypoglycaemic, astringent, stomachic, antiperiodic, diuretic, tonic, and refrigerant. It is used as a destroyer of glycosuria, and is believed to neutralize the excess sugar present in the body. The species is extensively used in almost all the Indian system of medicine as a remedy for rheumatism, cough, ulcer, pain in eyes, dyspepsia, jaundice, haemorrhoids, leucoderma etc. It is also used as stomachic, diuretic and remedy to control diabetes mellitus. - Category: Agriculture
  • Improved Cultivation practices for Muskdana ( 313 reads)   

    Muskdana is an aromatic as well as medicinal plant belongs to Malvaceae family and seed of this plant are the source of the essential oil. An aromatic constituent in seeds are beta-sitosteral and its beta-D-glucoside, myricetin and its glucoside in leaves and petals and beta-sitosterol from dry fruit husk. The tender leaves and shoots are reported to be used in soups and the green pods are sometimes used as vegetables. The seeds are also reported to possess insecticidal properties. Muskdana can grow in a various places, e.g. roadsides, brushwood, fallow land, and on the bunds of rice fields. - Category: Agriculture

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