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The CRC international Dictionary of Medicinal and toxic crops universal Names, medical Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology presents the place to begin for greater entry to info on vegetation used all over the world in drugs, foodstuff, and cultural practices. the fabric present in the 5 volumes has been painstakingly accumulated from papers of basic curiosity, stories and documents, taxonomic revisions, box reports, herbaria and herbarium collections, notes, monographs, pamphlets, botanical literature, and literature tout courtroom. It comprises assets to be had at a number of common background libraries, floras and conventional flowers works, neighborhood floras and native histories, nomenclatural histories, and the foreign Code of Botanical Nomenclature.
Much greater than a dictionary, the e-book presents the names of millions of genera and species of economically very important crops, concise summaries of plant houses, and acceptable observations approximately medicinal makes use of. Drawing from an incredible diversity of basic and secondary resources, it really is an imperative time-saving advisor for all these concerned with botany, natural medication, pharmacognosy, toxicology, medicinal and traditional product chemistry, and agriculture.
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Orient. 1: 56. M. in an expedition from Texas to New Mexico, in the summer and autumn of 1849, with critical notices and characters of other new or interesting plants from adjacent regions … Part 1. 1: 21. Washington, 1852 [Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge 3(5): 21. S. Herald [Seemann] 10: 365. 1857, Flora of the British West Indian Islands [Grisebach] 78. D. Hooker] 1(2): 327. J. de Cordemoy) 326. 1895 (Used in Ayurveda. Poultice applied to ulcers and abscesses. ) in India: atibala, bankhanghi, barkanghi, bela benda, karpuripotro, kuruntotti, nela benda, nelabenda, pala benda, vadattuti in Indonesia: bunga waktu kuning, kecemplok, kembang sore besar 13 Abutilon Miller Malvaceae in Malaysia: angouri, bunga petang in Thailand: khrop chak krawaan, khrop see, top taap Abutilon incanum (Link) Sweet (Abutilon incanum (Link) Sweet subsp.
Don; Abutilon asiaticum Guill. ; Abutilon cavaleriei H. ; Abutilon indicum Sweet; Abutilon indicum var. ) G. ) Tropics and warm temperate. Bush, undershrub, suffrutescent, erect, very variable, downy stellate hairs, no glandular hairs, corolla yellow to pale orange See Centuria II. Plantarum … 26. 1756, Encycl. (Lamarck) 1(1): 7. 1783, Fl. Cap. (Thunberg, ed. 2) 548. 1823, Hortus Britannicus [Sweet] 1: 54. 1826, Numer. List [Wallich] n. 1852 D. 1829, Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskabs Naturvidenskabelige og Mathematiske Afhandlinger 4: 81.
Root crushed and mixed with sugar and given with water to women for abortion; root powder taken for jaundice. Seeds used as bed-bug killer. Contact therapy, root tied on arm to cure fever; ceremonial, ritual, magic, stem bark smoke inhaled by patients to ward off evil spirits. ) in English: distiller’s acacia, panicled acacia, white babool, white babul in Burma: tanaung in India: ahimara, akal, akamamaram, akamaram, akimar, akimaral, amutacaram, amutacaramaram, amutacarani, amutacura, arimaita, arimata, arimeda, arimedah, arutturumam, beala, bela, bellada, bilijali, caivakatpala, caraparikantaccupattiram, cuppattiram, gohira, goira, gondhogoharia, gondo-goira, gwaria, harmo baval, harwar, havibaval, hemagaura, hewar, hivar, hiwar, irimeda, irimedah, kalakantam, kasayatittam, kath safaid, katu andara, kinkirata, kinkiratha, maha andara, mukarokapucitam, nayibela, nimbar, panharya, patutturumam, patuturumam, payirilam, pitabhadra, pitaka, pitamlana, raundra, raunj, rayunch, renuja, reonja, reru, reunj, revu, rheunja, rinjra, runjh, runjra, safed babul, safed kihar, safedbabul, sharabkikikar, shatpadananda, shveta-barbura, shvetabarburavrikshaha, somavalka, svetabarabura, svetavarvara, tella tuma, tella tumma, tellathumma, tellatumma, topal, toppalu, tumbe, tumma, tunua, uttulati, uttulatimaram, vellaivelan, vellaivelanmaram, velvalayam, vel-vel, vel-velam, velvaylam, velvel, velvelam, vipralambi, vipralobhi, vitkhadira in Malaysia: pilang Acacia macrostachya Rchb.