KUHN BITTU WALLPAPER DOWNLOAD

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African marigold, Aztec marigold, marigold. Medicinal uses of this species in China are discussed in Duke and Ayensu Used against boils, edema, liver diseases, skin diseases, fevers, asthma, leprosy, jaundice, and bladder stones. Used for making medicines to cure sore eyes, for flatulence, and for discoloration and fungal infections of the skin. The leaf is used for earache; and the root is used for snakebite.

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The root is also a component in insecticides.

Reported uses of the species include stomachache, alcoholism, atony, biliousness, diabetes, bitut, dysentery, gastritis, inappetence, indigestion, intoxicant, pain, stomachic, syphilis, tonic, and vermifuge Duke African marigold, Aztec marigold, marigold.

Can be used as a diuretic.

Found growing throughout Bittk also cultivated. A mixture consisting of two cloves of garlic boiled in sesame oil is poured warm into the ear as a remedy for deafness, infections, and aches.

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A mixture of the juice with honey is taken for smallpox. Leaves dried in the shade, converted to ash, and ground to a fine powder can be pressed onto gums and teeth for toothaches, bleeding gums, and loose teeth. Children also drink onion juice mixed with sugar and chilled as a sherbet bihtu for diarrhea and infections that cause burning during urination.

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Toxicity of this species is discussed by Bruneton Shadimubarak bittoo with shruti bandbajabaraat ranveersingh anushkasharma deepveer deepikapadukone deepika deepveer husband wife photooftheday photo viratkohli anushkasharma shraddhakapoor shahidkapoor ranbirkapoor kareenakapoor. Found throughout Myanmar, but especially in Tanintharyi Division, growing naturally in tropical evergreen forests up to altitudes of m; also grown in gardens for ornamental purposes.

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The alkaloid produces a slight fall in blood pressure followed by a rise to the original level, an increase persistent broncho-dilator effect. The extract from crushed leaves is mixed with water and cooked with olive oil until all of the water evaporates; the resulting oil is used to alleviate joint aches and pains.

Cultivated in all parts of Myanmar with the exception of the extremely cold regions.

Boiled in water and eaten, or made into a stir-fry, for menstruation and hypertension. Applying either the paste of the root btitu using the crushed root as a poultice will cure stiffness of the muscles. PerryForest Department Published on the Internet. Taking the crushed and squeezed juice from the plant will neutralize the venom in snake bites. If the inner gel is scraped off, soaked in rice washing water, and added to sugar, it can be taken to cure urinary disorders.

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About half a cup of the liquid in which the rhizome has been boiled together with raw sugar, taken once in the morning and one at night, used to treat menstrual disorders, stiffness in the ligaments and tendons, bloated stomach, and urinary tract disease.

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Apply an ointment made by mixing the leaves with alcohol, rose water and lime juice to alleviate and cure muscles spasms and tics, paralysis of limbs, heaviness of limbs due to poor circulation of blood, and aches and pains in the body.

Used to treat rheumatism. The Plant List Version 1. The chemical constituents, pharmacological activities, and traditional medicinal uses of garlic on a worldwide basis kubn discussed in detail by Ross In India the whole plant is used for gonorrhea and as an abortifacient Jain and DeFilipps Thought to have originated from A.

The medicinal plants of Myanmar

Made into an ash and taken with fermented rice washing water to bring down swelling from khun and dropsy; mixed with butter and applied to longstanding sores, to help them heal quickly. Sweet and astringent, Semecarpus anacardium has heating properties that regulate bowels, aid digestion, control phlegm and respiratory function, heal sores, alleviate leprosy, and reduce hemorrhoids, bloating, and fevers.

A decoction made from these parts is used for menstrual disorders. The plant has a hypoglycemic property Jain and DeFilipps Used to control phlegm, treat skin diseases, itching, rashes, sores, and leprosy. Tropical Africa and Asia. Used to treat cholera.