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Accession number : UI72468376 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Aerides odorata Loud
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- reported in Mokokchung, Changtongya and Chare regions.

Parts Used:

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 : EM32704185 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Arundina graminifolia (D.Don) Hochr
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- found in Chare, Meinkong, Changi and Jalukie regions

Parts Used:

1: Rhizome  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Diabetes, tumor, hyperliposis and hepatitis
UsesThe rhizome may be used for controlling bacterial infection as they have antibacterial properties. The root decoction can also be used for controlling diabetes, tumor, hyperliposis and hepatitis
SourceHossain, M.M.2009. Med. Aromat. Pl. Sci. Biotehnol., 1:101-6; Kumar, S. 2002. The medicinal plants of North-East India. Scientific Publishers, Judhpur, India.

Accession number : QV53684534 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Cymbidium aloifolium (L.) Sw.
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland-grows mainly in Pfutsero, Pesao, Japfu and Noklak regions

Parts Used:

1: Whole Plant
Medicinal information
Disease Name Fever, vertigo burns and sores
UsesThe whole plant can also be used as tonic and in the treatment of vertigo, weakness of eyes, burns and sores. Moreover the leaves are extensively used for stypic properties in the treatment of boils and fevers. Again the roots may be pounded with ginger and the mixture extracted with water is used as medicine to cure paralysis and chronic illness. Some tribal people in this region used the small seeds for healing wound.
SourceDash, P.K., Sahoo, S. and Bal, S. 2008. Ethnobotanical Studies on Orchids of Niyamgiri Hill Ranges, Orissa, India. Ethnobot. Leaft., 12:70-78; Medhi, R.P. and Chakrabarti, S. 2009. Traditional knowledge of NE people on conservation of wild orchids. Indian J. Traditional Knowld., 8: 11-16.

Accession number : GP73796332 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Cymbidium ensifolium (L). Sw
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- widely scattered in the areas of Japfu, Pfutsero, Hellipong, Longtok and Chentang

Parts Used:

1: Rhizome
Medicinal information
Disease Name Gonorrhea
UsesThe rhizome of the plants may be boiled and the decoction prepared can be used for the treatment of gonorrhea.
SourceSingh, D.K. 2001. In: Pathak, P., Sehgal, R.N., Shekhar, N., Sharma, M. and Sood, A. editors. Orchids: Science and Commerce, New Delhi.

Accession number : SJ70221726 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Cymbidium longifolium D. Don
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- are observed in Japfu range, Saramati and Hellipong regions.

Parts Used:

1: Pseudobulb
Medicinal information
Disease Name Emesis
UsesThe pseudobulb is used for the preparation of salep. It can also be dried and ground to powder and mixed with water to form a solution which can be taken orally in an empty stomach as emetic
SourceKumar, S. 2002. The medicinal plants of North-East India. Scientific Publishers, Judhpur, India.

Accession number : VY47048926 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Cymbidium macrorhizon Lindl
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- the plants are noticed in Meinkong, Phek, Kohima and Viswema areas.

Parts Used:

1: Rhizome
Medicinal information
Disease Name Diaphoresis
UsesThe decoction prepared from the rhizome of the plant is used in the treatment of boils and also can be used as diaphoretic
SourceDuggal, S.C. 1972. Orchids in human affairs. Acta Phyto., 19:163-167

Accession number : SI64834130 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Dendrobium candidum Wall.ex.Lindl
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- recorded in Saramati, Japu range and Phek areas

Parts Used:

1: Leaf  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Hyperglycemia, Diabetes
UsesThe leaves are used to prepare aqueous extract which can be used for the treatment of diabetics
SourceWu, H.S., Xu, J.H., Chen, L.Z. and Sun, J.J. 2004. Studies on anti-hyperglycemic effect and its mechanism of Dendrobium candidum. Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi., 29: 160-163.

Accession number : UD93384411 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Dendrobium chrysanthum Wall. ex Lindl
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- grow mostly in the Wokha, Mokokchung, Longkhum and Changki regions.

Parts Used:

1: Leaf  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Pyrexia, Skin diseases
UsesThe leaves of this orchid may be dried and ground to produce the final powdery product which can be used as antipyretic and also for the treatment of some mild skin diseases.
SourceLi, Y.M., Wang, H.Y. and Liu, G.Q. 2001. Erianin induces apoptosis in human leukemia HL-60 cells. Acta Pharmacological Sinic., 22: 1018-1022.

Accession number : ZU25624801 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Dendrobium fimbriatum Hook
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- found mostly in the Dzuja, Peren, Mokokchung and Wokha regions.

Parts Used:

1: Leaf  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name
UsesThe leaves of the plants may be either boiled or soaked in the warm water which may be consumed either as tonic as it promotes the production of body fluid or may be applied on the fractured areas to set the crack bones
SourceYang, L., Wang, Z. and Xu, L. 2006. Simultaneous determination of phenols (Bibenzyl, phenanthrene and fluorene) in Dendrobium species by high-performance liquid chromatography with diode array detection. J. Chromatogrh., 1104: 230-237

Accession number : VB83458656 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Dendrobium nobile Lindl
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- widely scattered in various areas of Peren, Phek, Kaphire and Noklak regions

Parts Used:

1: Stem  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Pulmonary tuberculosis, General debility, Night sweats, Fever and Anorexia
UsesStems are dried and ground into powders which are then added to water to form aqueous extract which may be used as tonic to nourish stomach and promote the production of body fluid.The plant is also used in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis, general debility, thirsty mouth, night sweats, fever and anorexia. They may also help boost the immune system.
SourceLiu, Q.F. and Zhao, W.M. 2003. A new dedonbrine type alkaloid from Dendrobium nobile. Chin. Chemical Lett., 14:278-279; Chauhan, N.S. 1999. Medicinal and aromatic plants of Himachal Pradesh. Indus Publishing Company, New Delhi, India.

Accession number : CL23747497 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Eria bambusifolia Lindl
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- noticed only in Chentang and Japfu range

Parts Used:

1: Whole Plant
Medicinal information
Disease Name Acidity and stomach disorder
UsesThe whole plant and ripe fruit of Aegle marmelos are sealed in different earthen pots separately and burnt into ashes. The ash is mixed together in 1:1 ratio. A half spoon is taken with cup of water on empty stomach twice a day for seven days to cure hyper acidity and stomach disorder
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 : FY83836660 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Eria pannea Lindl
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- restricted to Pangsa and Pesao regions

Parts Used:

1: Leaf
Medicinal information
Disease Name Fever
UsesThe leaf part of the plant can be boiled and used in the treatment of bone ache. The whole plant may be ground to form paste which can be mixed with warm bathing water for ague
SourceSingh, D.K. 2001. In: Pathak, P., Sehgal, R.N., Shekhar, N., Sharma, M. and Sood, A. editors. Orchids: Science and Commerce, New Delhi.

Accession number : EW13856485 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Eria Spicata (D. Don) Hand.Mazz.
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- found widely in the Viswema, Tseminyu, Dzuja, Khonoma, Mokokchung, Wokha and Longkhim regions

Parts Used:

1: Stem
Medicinal information
Disease Name Stmach disorder and headache
UsesThe stem of the plant can be pounded to make paste with water and applied externally on the forehead to get relieve from headache. The paste can also be taken orally to cure mild stomach ailment
SourceKumar, S. 2002. The medicinal plants of North-East India. Scientific Publishers, Judhpur, India.

Accession number : SH32962559 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Eulophia nuda. Lindl
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- recorded in interior areas of Namsa, Naginimora and Saring regions.

Parts Used:

1: Tuber  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Cancer, Bronchitis
UsesThe fresh plants are smashed and the paste can be applied externally to cure boils and abscesses
SourceKumar, S. 2002. The medicinal plants of North-East India. Scientific Publishers, Judhpur, India; Caius, J.F. 1988. The medicinal plants of India. Scientific Publication, Judhpur, India.

Accession number : HD72726750 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Goodyera schlechtendaliana Rchb. f
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- scantily found in Chentang and Kohima areas

Parts Used:

1: Whole Plant  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name
UsesThe whole plant can be dried, crushed and boiled in water and resultant aqueous extract may be used as tonic for curing internal injuries and also to improve circulation of fluid of the body
SourceDu, X.M., Sun, N.Y., Takizawa, N., Guo, Y.T. and Shoyama, Y. 2002. Sedative and anticonvulsant activities of goodyerin, a flavonol glycoside from Goodyera schlechtendaliana. Phytotherapy Res., 16: 261-26.

Accession number : PD37835436 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Geodorum densiflorum (Lam.) Schltr
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- restricted in Japfu range and Dzukou regions

Parts Used:

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 : JO25529800 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Harbenaria furcifera Lindl
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- noticed in Japfu range, Dzukou, Longkhim, Longkhum and Meinkong areas.

Parts Used:

1: Tuber
Medicinal information
Disease Name
UsesThe tubers of this plant are pounded to make paste with water and the paste so prepared can be applied externally as ointment for cuts, wounds in the skins and also to treat poisonous insect bites. The tubers may also be used as tonic to improve body fluid.
SourceJalal, J.S., Kumar, P. and Pangtey. 2008. Y.P.S. Ethnobot. Leaft., 12:1227-30.

Accession number : NG14464634 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Habenaria pectinata D. Don
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- recorded only in Japfu range and Saramati regions

Parts Used:

1: Tuber
Medicinal information
Disease Name Arthritis
UsesThe tubers are ground and mixed with condiments and the product is utilized for controlling arthritis.
SourceSingh, A. and Duggal, S. 2009. Ethnobot. Leaft., 13:351-63.
2: Leaf
Medicinal information
Disease Name
UsesThe leaves of the plant can be crushed with water and paste can be prepared which can be applied in snake bites at the time of emergency
SourceChauhan, N.S. 1999. Medicinal and aromatic plants of Himachal Pradesh. Indus Publishing Company, New Delhi, India.

Accession number : WM18372044 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Liparis odorata (Willd.) Lindl
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- restricted to the areas of Dzuja and Wokha regions.

Parts Used:

1: Pseudobulb
Medicinal information
Disease Name Cancer and Dropsy
UsesThe decoction prepared from dried pseudobulb is used in the treatment of gangrene and lever.
SourceSingh, M.P. and Dev, S.2005. Indian medicinal plants. Satish Serial Publishing House, Azadpur, New Delhi.

Accession number : CM34257800 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Luisia trichorhiza (Hook.) Blume
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- observed only in Viswema and Pfutsero regions

Parts Used:

1: Whole Plant
Medicinal information
Disease Name Jaundice
UsesThe whole plant can be used to make paste which can be administered orally in the empty stomach with water for controlling Jaundice. The plant also shows some antibacterial activity.
SourceDash, P.K., Sahoo, S. and Bal, S. 2008. Ethnobotanical Studies on Orchids of Niyamgiri Hill Ranges, Orissa, India. Ethnobot. Leaft., 12:70-78; Kirtiker, K.R. and Basu, B.D.1975. Indian medicinal plants, second ed, IV. Bishen Singh Mohendra Pal Singh, Dehradun, India.

Accession number : XD76989449 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Malaxis acuminate D. Don
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- restricted areas of Pulibadze and Jakhama

Parts Used:

1: Pseudobulb
Medicinal information
Disease Name Arthritis, Bleeding diathesis and Fever
UsesDecoction may be prepared from pseudobulb which may be used in controlling blood vomiting and burning sensation.
SourceSingh, D.K. 2001. In: Pathak, P., Sehgal, R.N., Shekhar, N., Sharma, M. and Sood, A. editors. Orchids: Science and Commerce, New Delhi.

Accession number : PF16966173 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Nervilia aragoana Gaud
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- noticed only in Pangsa and Nokland regions.

Parts Used:

1: Tuber
Medicinal information
Disease Name Epilepsy, Diarrhea and Asthma
UsesThe fresh tubers can be cleaned properly with boiled water and chewed to relive thirst. It also helps in controlling mild mental diseases, cough and vomiting. The leaf and tuber can aslo be pounded to make paste with water for use as ointment for wounds and decoction of leaves is used as protective medicine after childbirth
SourceJoganarasimhan, S.N. 1996. Medicinal plants of India. Vol. I Karnataka Interline Publishing Private limited, Bangalore; Chowdhery, H.J. 2001. Orchid diversity in North-East India. J. Orchid Soc. Ind., 15:1-17.

Accession number : ZI44518273 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Renanthera imschootiana Rolfe
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- restricted to Phek and Wokha regions

Parts Used:

1: Leaf
Medicinal information
Disease Name Skin diseases
UsesThe leaves of the plant can be made into paste by grinding with water and the paste can be applied to treat skin diseases
SourceDeorani, S.C. and Sharma, G.D. 2006. Medicinal plants of Nagaland. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, New Delhi.

Accession number : SP88216960 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Rhynchostylis retusa (L.) Blume
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- found mainly in Kohima, Phek and Peren regions

Parts Used:

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 : IP87083063 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Vanda coerulea Griff. Ex Lindl
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- found in Kohima, Phek and Paren regions

Parts Used:

1: Leaf
Medicinal information
Disease Name
UsesThe leaves of the plant can be used as expectorant
SourceDeorani, S.C. and Sharma, G.D. 2006. Medicinal plants of Nagaland. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, New Delhi.
2: Flower
Medicinal information
Disease Name Glaucoma,Cataract and Blindness
UsesJuice can be prepared from the flower parts which can be used as eye drops for controlling glaucoma, cataract and blindness.
SourceKumar, S. 2002. The medicinal plants of North-East India. Scientific Publishers, Judhpur, India.

Accession number : KL36143647 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Vanda roxburgii R.Br
Common Name N/A
Place - Nagaland- observed in Japfu, Mon and Peren regions

Parts Used:

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 : HI43438731 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Cephalotaxus griffithii
Common Name Seipehu ( Angami), Sutha ( Chakhesang Chokri), Wokalu ( Chakhesang), Pephei (Konyak), Tatso ( Lotha).
Place - Commonly found between altitudes of 600m and 1,200m in Nagaland. And is Red listed species in Manipur

Parts Used:

1: Leaf  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Cancer
UsesUsed as antitumor.
SourceS. C. Deorani & G.D. Sharma (2007) Medicinal Plants of Nagaland

Accession number : IO23638749 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Chenopodium album Linn
Common Name Monshaobi (Manipuri), Kirhuhan ( Lotha), Aro ( Ao), Tierhutiepfu ( Angami)
Place - Commonly found in Manipur.Distributed at altitudes of 1,500m in Nagaland.

Parts Used:

1: Whole Plant  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Dyspepsia, leucoderma,
UsesPlant is carminative, laxative, anthelmintic, diuretic and tonic. Used in peptic ulcer, dyspepsia, seminal weakness and liver enlargement, served as blood purifier. Rich in iron, stimulant to spleen disorders.
SourceDr. L. Dhanapati Devi (1995) Flok Lore on the use of indigenous plants and animals in Manipur, volume-1; S. C. Deorani & G.D. Sharma (2007) Medicinal Plants of Nagaland;Dr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur

Accession number : CG19132077 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Coix lacryma-jobi Linn
Common Name Chaning (Manipuri), Omum ( Lotha), Kesi( Angami), Menjang ( Ao)
Place - Cultivated in the valley and common in the foot hills of Manipur.Distributed at the altitude of 1,300m in Nagaland.

Parts Used:

1: Seed  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Diarrhea,dysentery,fever,small pox,gout
UsesSeed is used as blood purifier and also used as tonic. Seed powder paste is used in gout and in the local drink preparation.
SourceS. C. Deorani & G.D. Sharma (2007) Medicinal Plants of Nagaland;Dr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur; H.B. SINGH, R.S. SINGH, J.S. SANDHU (2003) Herbal medicine of Manipur.

Accession number : XX57939236 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Drymaria cordata
Common Name Tandan-pambi (Manipuri), Pipi-tabatong ( Ao-changki), Pipitsu ( Ao), Pipitabotang ( Changki)
Place - Commonly found in Manipur and Nagaland

Parts Used:

1: Whole Plant  [Constituents]
Medicinal information
Disease Name Jaundice, Scabies, Asthma, Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Fever, Tonsilitis, Sinusitis, Pneumonia
UsesPlant is used in pthisis, hectic fever, dyspepsia and cough.Hot-fomentation of the plant can be applied externally for muscular sprain.The apical portion is used in nasal blockade, fever, cold, throat trouble and painful menstruation.
SourceDr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur; H.B. SINGH, R.S. SINGH, J.S. SANDHU (2003) Herbal medicine of Manipur; Singh, P.K. and K. I. Singh (2003b). Mother and Child Health : An ethno-botanical study of the Meitei community of Manipur State, India. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 27(2) : 457-465;

Accession number : JO52476448 PubMed Scirus
Botanical Name Litsea cubeba
Common Name Angetchang ( Ao), Mekhi( Lotha), Cie (Angami)
Place - Found in Nagaland at medium and high altitude

Parts Used:

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 : IR30791254 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.