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Title: <i style="">Leucas biflora </i>(Vahl) R. Br<i style="">.</i>( Lamiaceae ): A new distributional record and its less known ethno-medicinal usage from Tripura
Authors: Majumdar, Koushik
Datta, BK
Keywords: <i style="">Leucas biflora </i>(Vahl) R. Br.
Ethno- medicinal usage
New record
Issue Date: Jul-2011
Publisher: NISCAIR-CSIR, India
Series/Report no.: <b style="">Int. Cl.8</b>: A01D 1/01, A01D 1/04, A01D 1/21, A01D 1/23, A01D 1/24, A01D 1/41, A01D 3/00, A01D 20/34, A01D 12/18
Abstract: The present communication is providing the additional distributional record of<i style=""> Leucas biflora </i>(Vahl) R. Br<i style="">. </i>(Lamiaceae), a less known ethno-medicinal plant has been collected from West Tripura in course of ethnobotanical studies during 2007-2008. The species is not so far reported from Tripura. It has several ethno-medicinal values and is well known as <i style="">Khomosa</i> to most of the local traditional healers <i style="">(Ochai). Tripuri </i>community used the leaf decoction of this procumbent herb as eye drop for relief and cure from conjunctivitis, to stop nosebleed and white discharge.
Description: 575-577
ISSN: 0975-1068 (Online); 0972-5938 (Print)
Appears in Collections:IJTK Vol.10(3) [July 2011]

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