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Accession number : ZD41424947 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Callicarpa arborea Roxb
Common Name Mondol (Manipuri), Kachetong ( Ao-Changki), Socu ( Angami), Maiphia (kuki), Nonong ( Lotha), Chuchenga ( Rengma), Thachisu ( Sumi), Pajat (Ao)
Place - Commonly found in Northeast India

Parts Used:

1: Bark  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Fever, gastric diseases, headache
UsesBark is used in skin diseases and scorpion sting. It is carminative and used in cutaneous diseases.Bark is used in skin diseases and scorpion sting. It is carminative and used in cutaneous diseases.
SourceJamir, N.S. & Rao, R.S., 1990. Fifty new or interesting medicinal plants used by the Zealangs of Nagaland, India. Ethnobotany 2 (1 & 2) :11-18; Chaturvedi, S.K. and N. S. Jamir (2007). Some Ethnomedicinal plants of Nagaland, India. In: Advances in Ethnobotany (Ed. A.P. Das and A. K. Pandey). Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun.

Accession number : BJ94896944 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Artocarpus lakoocha
Common Name Harikokthong
Place - Cultivated in the valley of Manipur.

Parts Used:

1: Bark  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Constipation, Fever
UsesBark powder can be use as antiseptic and applied to cracked skin and to pimples. It is also used in constipation.
SourceDr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur; Khumbongmayum A.D., M.lL. Khan and R. S. Tripathi (2005). Ethnomedicinal plants in the sacred groves of Manipur. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge. 4(1): 21-32.

Accession number : UZ93047550 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Terminalia arjuna
Common Name Myokpha (Manipuri)
Place - Cultivated in Manipur.

Parts Used:

1: Bark  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Cough, Jaundice, Pile and hypertension.
UsesBlood purifier, Bone fracture, Heart burn, The bark of the platn is used in high Blood Pressure, Mild Chest Pain, Joint pain, Body and Heart trouble, Liver problems, Regulate blood sugar Level. It is also aphrodisiac (an aphrodisiac is a substance that increases sexual desire), used in Cough,Urinary diseases, Cardiac diseases, Chest discomfort, Body swelling and Water retention
SourceDr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur; H.B. SINGH, R.S. SINGH, J.S. SANDHU (2003) Herbal medicine of Manipur; Gogoi, R., and Borthakur, S.K., (2001). Notes on herbal recipes of Bodo tribe in Kamrup district, Assam, Ethnobotany, Vol. 13, pp.15; Sarmah, R., Arunachalam, A., Melkania, U., Majumder and Adhikari, D. (2006). Ethno-Medico-Botany of Chakmas in Arunachal Pradesh, India. Indian Forester 132(4): 474-484.
2: Fruit  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name
UsesFruit is tonic and deobstruent. It is also used in back pain.
SourceDr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur; Singh H.K. and T.B. Singh (2005). Plants used for making traditional rosaries in Manipur. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge. 4(1): 15-20

Accession number : VM44418494 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Parkia roxburghii (Syn. P.javaniica)
Common Name Yongchak ( Manipuri)
Place - Commonly found in Manipur

Parts Used:

1: Pod
Medicinal information
Disease Name Gastric trouble, Bleeding Piles, Diarrhoea, Dysentry
UsesPods and seeds are used for stomach disorders.
SourceKhumbongmayum A.D., M.lL. Khan and R. S. Tripathi (2005). Ethnomedicinal plants in the sacred groves of Manipur. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge. 4(1): 21-32; Dr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur;
2: Leaf  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name
UsesThe leaves are applied as lotion to cure sores and skin infections.
SourceDr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur;
3: Bark
Medicinal information
Disease Name Diarrhoea,Dysentry
UsesThe lotion made from bark is used to cure skin infection.
SourceKhumbongmayum A.D., M.lL. Khan and R. S. Tripathi (2005). Ethnomedicinal plants in the sacred groves of Manipur. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge. 4(1):21-32; Dr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur;

Accession number : BN26655050 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Chukrasia tabularis
Common Name Taimareng (Manipuri)
Place - Restricted in Manipur

Parts Used:

1: Bark  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name
UsesThe bark is astringent and is also used in back pain.
SourceKhumbongmayum A.D., M.lL. Khan and R. S. Tripathi (2005). Ethnomedicinal plants in the sacred groves of Manipur. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge. 4(1): 21-32; Dr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur;
2: Leaf  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name
UsesThe young leaf is astringent.
SourceKhumbongmayum A.D., M.lL. Khan and R. S. Tripathi (2005). Ethnomedicinal plants in the sacred groves of Manipur. Indian Journal of Ttaditional Knowledge. 4(1): 21-32; Dr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur.

Accession number : HD61382775 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Bauhinia purpurea
Common Name Chingthrao (Manipuri)
Place - Commonly found in Manipur and Nagaland

Parts Used:

1: Bark  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Dysentry, Skin diseases, Small Pox, Sores, Cancerous growth in stomach, leucorrhoea, Asthma, Leprosy and diarrhoea
UsesThe bark extract is applied in insect bites and in irregular menstruation. It is also used for chest pain.
Source Purkayastha, J., Nath, S.C. and Islam, M. (2005). Ethnobotany of medicinal plants from Dibru-Saikhowa Bioshpere Reserve of Northeast India. Fitoterapia 76: 121-127; Dr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur; Rao, R.R. and Jamir, N.S. (1982). Ethnobotanical studies in Nagaland-II. 54 Medicinal Plants used by Nagas. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 3: 11-17.
2: Leaf  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Jaundice, Asthma, Leprosy
UsesDecoction of leaf is taken in biliousness and stone in bladder.
SourceDr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur;
3: Flower  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name
UsesFlowers are given in indigestion. The flower-buds are anthelmintic and laxative.
SourceDr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur; Jamir, N.S. & Rao, R.S., 1990. Fifty new or interesting medicinal plants used by the Zealangs of Nagaland, India. Ethnobotany 2 (1 & 2) : 11-18.