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|Abstract:||The word Acorus is derived from the Greek word ‘acoron’, which in turn is derived from ‘coreon’ meaning pupil and refers to the alleged ophthalmic virtues of the plant. Calamus originated from a Greek word ‘kalamos’, meaning ‘reed’. In Sanskrit it is commonly called kalama, meaning ‘reed’ and ‘pen’ as well as a sort of rice. It is a small genus of herbs, comprising two species viz. Acorus calamus and Acorus gramineus, found in the North temperate regions and South-East Asia.|
|Appears in Collections:||SR Vol.47(04) [April 2010]|
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