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Accession number : CE16857115 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Aerides odorata Loud
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- reported in Mokokchung, Changtongya and Chare regions.

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1: Root
Medicinal information
Disease Name
UsesPaste formed from fresh root along with bark paste of Azadiracta indica is consumed to cure joint pain and swelling
SourceHossain, M.M.2009. Med. Aromat. Pl. Sci. Biotehnol., 1:101-6.
2: Leaf
Medicinal information
Disease Name Tuberculosis
UsesLeaf juice may be prepared which can be consumed to control mild tuberculosis
SourceDash, P.K., Sahoo, S. and Bal, S. 2008. Ethnobotanical Studies on Orchids of Niyamgiri Hill Ranges, Orissa, India. Ethnobot. Leaft., 12:70-78.

Accession number : FM60566373 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Geodorum densiflorum (Lam.) Schltr
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- restricted in Japfu range and Dzukou regions

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1: Root
Medicinal information
Disease Name
UsesThe fresh root parts may be made paste after pounding them with water and then can be administered orally on an empty stomach to regularize menstrual cycle in women . The paste can also be applied externally for wounds in skins and insect bites
SourceDash, P.K., Sahoo, S. and Bal, S. 2008. Ethnobotanical Studies on Orchids of Niyamgiri Hill Ranges, Orissa, India. Ethnobot. Leaft., 12:70-78; Hossain, M.M.2009. Med. Aromat. Pl. Sci. Biotehnol., 1:101-6.

Accession number : JE65454879 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Rhynchostylis retusa (L.) Blume
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- found mainly in Kohima, Phek and Peren regions

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1: Root
Medicinal information
Disease Name Dysentery
Uses Root portion of the plant is mostly used for making herbal medicine. About 3gm to 4gm of root of this orchid and 2gm of fresh leaf buds of Pisum sativum are made into paste with water. One gm of the paste is taken orally with water on an empty stomach twice a day for seven days to cure blood dysentery.
SourceDash, P.K., Sahoo, S. and Bal, S. 2008. Ethnobotanical Studies on Orchids of Niyamgiri Hill Ranges, Orissa, India. Ethnobot. Leaft., 12:70-78.
2: Leaf
Medicinal information
Disease Name
UsesThe leaf paste is applied externally to cure wounds
SourceDeorani, S.C. and Sharma, G.D. 2006. Medicinal plants of Nagaland. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, New Delhi.

Accession number : QC17862382 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Vanda roxburgii R.Br
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- observed in Japfu, Mon and Peren regions

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1: Root
Medicinal information
Disease Name Bronchitis, Fever and Otitis
UsesThe roots are used in controlling rheumatism, nervous problems, bronchitis and fever. The dried roots of the plant can be used to prepare paste with cow’s urine which can be applied for controlling skin diseases like eczema and scabies. Roots, leaves and flowers are used to produce paste and juice by boiling with water or pounding them into powder followed by mixing with water. The resultant product may be utilized for the treatment of certain inflammatory conditions. It can also be instilled into the ears as a remedy for otitis
SourceMedhi, R.P. and Chakrabarti, S. 2009. Traditional knowledge of NE people on conservation of wild orchids. Indian J. Traditional Knowld., 8: 11-16; Chawla, A.S., Sharma, A.K., Handa, S.S. and Dhar, K.L.1992. Chemical studies and anti inflammatory activity of Vanda roxburghii roots. Indian J. Pharm. Sci., 54: 159-161.

Accession number : UZ27381110 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Costus speciosus (Koenig ex Retz) J.E. Smith
Common Name Khongban takhelei (Manipuri), Momonsuthera ( Lotha), Thevobuoto ( Angami), Meehepatong ( Changki)
Place - Common in rural areas of Manipur

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1: Rhizome  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Fever; Jaundice
UsesDecoction of rhizome is used to cure urinary troubles and dissolve stones. Pounded rhizome and black pepper are boiled in water and extract is taken orally to treat any kind of body pain.
SourceEthnobotany of medicinal plants from Dibru-Saikhowa Biosphere Reserve of Northeast India,Jubilee Purkayasthaa, Subhan C. Natha,M. Islam:Fitoterapia 76(2006)1:121-127; Dr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur; S. C. Deorani & G.D. Sharma (2007) Medicinal Plants of Nagaland; Dr. L. Dhanapati Devi (1990) Folklore medicines of ethnobiological importance in Manipur
2: Root
Medicinal information
Disease Name Bronchitis,fever,dyspepsia,inflammations,anaemia,rheumatism
UsesIt is also used as tonic. It has anthelmintic, depurative and aphrodisiac properties. Root is also used in skin diseases and snake bites.
SourceEthnobotany of medicinal plants from Dibru-Saikhowa Biosphere Reserve of Northeast India,Jubilee Purkayasthaa, Subhan C. Natha,M. Islam:Fitoterapia 76(2006)1:121-127; Dr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur; S. C. Deorani & G.D. Sharma (2007) Medicinal Plants of Nagaland; Dr. L. Dhanapati Devi (1990) Folklore medicines of ethnobiological importance in Manipur

Accession number : KS69059428 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Litsea cubeba
Common Name Angetchang ( Ao), Mekhi( Lotha), Cie (Angami)
Place - Found in Nagaland at medium and high altitude

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1: Leaf  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Skin diseases
UsesThe leaves are used in indigestion, food poisoning,and taken as anthelmintic and haemostatic. It is also applied in Cuts, Wounds and Allergy
SourceRao, R.R. & Jamir, N.S. 1990. Ethnobotany of the Ao and Angami Nagas of Nagaland. J. econ. Tax. Bot.14(3) : 593-604.
2: Root  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Fever,Scabies,Eczema
UsesPowdered root and bark are applied to relieve pain.
SourceS. C. Deorani & G.D. Sharma (2007) Medicinal Plants of Nagaland; Dr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur; Rao, R.R. & Jamir, N.S. 1990. Ethnobotany of the Ao and Angami Nagas of Nagaland. J. econ. Tax. Bot. 14(3) : 593-604.
3: Stem  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Scabies,Eczema,Fever
UsesApplied in joint pain and inflammation
SourceS. C. Deorani & G.D. Sharma (2007) Medicinal Plants of Nagaland; Rao, R.R. & Jamir, N.S. 1990. Ethnobotany of the Ao and Angami Nagas of Nagaland. J. econ. Tax. Bot. 14(3) : 593-604.

Accession number : JQ28898401 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Andrographis paniculata
Common Name vubati (Manipuri)
Place - Cultivated in the valley of Manipur.

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1: Leaf  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Asthma, Fever, Jaundice, Bronchitis
UsesMatured leaf and seed powder is soaked in luke-warm water and the soup can be taken in contraception. Leaves are also used in worm diseases
SourceDr. L. Dhanapati Devi (1995) Flok Lore on the use of indigenous plants and animals in Manipur, volume-2; Tomar, J.M.S., Sahoo, U.K. and Thapa, H.S. (2003) Ethnobotany of some weeds in Khasi hills of Meghalaya in Northeast India. J. Natcon 15(1): 197-211; Borthakur, S.K., Choudhury, B.T., and Gogoi, R. (2004). Folklore hepato-protective herbal recipes from Assam in Northeast India, Ethnobotany, Vol. 16, pp.76-82
2: Root  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Whooping cough, Rheumatic Pain
Uses
SourcePurkayastha, J and S. C Nath (2006). Biologicalactivities of ethnomedicinal claims of some plant species of Assam. Indian journal of Traditional Knowledge. 5 (2): 229-236; Borthakur, S.K., Nath, K. & Gogoi.P. 1996. Herbal remedies of the Nepalese of Assam. Fitoterapia, 67 (3) : 231-237.

Accession number : LY15233050 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Smilax lanceifolia
Common Name Kwamanbi (Manipuri)
Place - Found in Manipur, mostly in Nongmaijing area.

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1: Root
Medicinal information
Disease Name Rheumatism, Blood dysentery
UsesThe root is used in toothache, root juice is in rheumatic pains and the refuse of the extracted juice is used in poultice over affected areas.
SourceDr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur; Gogoi, R., and M.K. Das (2003). Observations on some weeds of medicinal importance in the Brahmaputra valley of Assam. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 27(2) : 434-441.

Accession number : FB98525796 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Artocarpus heterophyllus
Common Name Theibong (Manipuri)
Place - Commonly found in Manipur

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1: Root
Medicinal information
Disease Name Asthma, Pneumonia,Tuberculosis,Diarrhroea
UsesThe root portion is used in back ache, snake bite, dog bite and vomiting.
SourcePurkayastha, 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;
2: Seed
Medicinal information
Disease Name Diarrhoea
UsesThe seed is Aphrodisiac and is also used in snake bite.
SourceSharma U.K. (2004). Medicinal plants of Assam. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh. Dehra Dun.

Accession number : SV92983304 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Oroxylum indicum
Common Name Shamba (Manipuri)
Place - Found in Manipur, mostly in Langthabal and Koirengai area.

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1: Seed  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Mumps, Tonsilitis
UsesThe seed is purgative
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.
2: Root  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Jaundice, High Blood Pressure, Fever, Cancer, Asthma, Diarrhoea, Dysentery
UsesThe root bark is used in stomatch,High Blood Pressure, Weakness due to B.P., Blood purification. Root can be taken as appetiser, in liver congestion,Inflammation, Leucoderma, vomiting, and is anthelmintic.
SourceGogoi, R., and M.K. Das (2003). Observations on some weeds of medicinal importance in the Brahmaputra valley of Assam. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 27(2) : 434-441; Pfoze, N.L. and Chhetry, G.K.N. (2004). Traditional folk medicines of the Shepoumaramth Nagas of Senapati district in Manipur. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences 74B (I): 37-57
3: Leaf  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Epilepsy,Headache
UsesThe leave deocotion is used in muscular pains and general weakness,stomachache and rheumatism. The leaves are applied externally applied for enlarged spleen.
SourceDr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur; Singh, H.B., R.S. Singh and J.S. Sandhu(2003). Herbal Medicine of Manipur. A Colour Encyclopaedia. Daya Publishing House, New Delhi.

Accession number : GA45598737 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Cassia fistula
Common Name Chahui (Manipuri)
Place - Found in Manipur

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1: Root  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Leprosy
UsesThe root bark extract is given in the treatment of black-water fever and ringworms.
SourceDr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur; Saikia, A.P., Ryakala, V.K., Sharma, P., Goswami, P. and Bora, U. (2006). Ethnobotany of medicinal plants for various skin ailments and cosmetics. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 106: 149-157.
2: Fruit  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Jaundice,Chronic fever,Dysentery,Piles
UsesThe pulp is Laxative, Diuretic and is also given during difficulties in urination. The fruit pulp also poses anticandidal activity.
SourcePurkayastha, J., Nath, S.C. and Islam, M. (2005). Ethnobotany of medicinal plants from Dibru-Saikhowa Bioshpere Reserve of Northeast India. Fitoterapia 76: 121-127; Irshad, Shreaz S, Manzoor N, Khan LA, Rizvi MM.(2011) Anticandidal activity of Cassia fistula and its effect on ergosterol biosynthesis. Pharmaceutical Biology 49(7):727-33

Accession number : HC71414108 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name h4x0r
Common Name sch1z0
Place - Syria
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1: Root
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Accession number : ME32435792 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Rheum emodi
Common Name Revand chini
Place - Found sporadically in upper Assam up to an altitude of 1000 m and in Manipur

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1: Root
Medicinal information
Disease Name Fever
UsesUse as laxative, tonic, diuretic and to treat cough, indigestion, menstrual disorder etc.
SourceRheum emodi (Rhubarb): A Fascinating Herb Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 2014;3(2):89-94