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Adathoda

The Leaves, flowers, fruits and roots of adathoda are used in the preparation of the drugs in siddha medicine to cure various diseases such as coughs, colds, asthma, skin infections, fever, bleeding piles and inflammation.

Botanical Name: Justicia Adathoda
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Alovera

Due to its soothing, moisturizing, and cooling properties, aloe vera is often used to treat burns. A 2013 study with 50 participants found that people who used aloe vera gel to treat superficial and partial thickness burns showed better results than the group that used a 1 percent silver sulfadiazine cream

Botanical Name: Aloe barbadensis mille
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Aerva

Aerva lanata is a common weed which grows wild everywhere in the plains of India. The root has a camphor-like aroma. The dried flowers which look like soft spikes, are sold under the commercial names Buikallan and Boor. It is one of the plants included in Dasapushpam, the ten sacred flowers of Kerala

Botanical Name: Aerva Lanata
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Arjun

Aerva lanata is a common weed which grows wild everywhere in the plains of India. The root has a camphor-like aroma. The dried flowers which look like soft spikes, are sold under the commercial names Buikallan and Boor. It is one of the plants included in Dasapushpam, the ten sacred flowers of Kerala

Botanical Name: Terminalia arjuna
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Asparagus

Aerva lanata is a common weed which grows wild everywhere in the plains of India. The root has a camphor-like aroma. The dried flowers which look like soft spikes, are sold under the commercial names Buikallan and Boor. It is one of the plants included in Dasapushpam, the ten sacred flowers of Kerala

Botanical Name: Asparagus racemosus
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Asthama Weed

Aerva lanata is a common weed which grows wild everywhere in the plains of India. The root has a camphor-like aroma. The dried flowers which look like soft spikes, are sold under the commercial names Buikallan and Boor. It is one of the plants included in Dasapushpam, the ten sacred flowers of Kerala

Botanical Name: Euphorbia hirta
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Baloon Vine

Aerva lanata is a common weed which grows wild everywhere in the plains of India. The root has a camphor-like aroma. The dried flowers which look like soft spikes, are sold under the commercial names Buikallan and Boor. It is one of the plants included in Dasapushpam, the ten sacred flowers of Kerala

Botanical Name: Cardiodspermum  halicacabum
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Banyan

Aerva lanata is a common weed which grows wild everywhere in the plains of India. The root has a camphor-like aroma. The dried flowers which look like soft spikes, are sold under the commercial names Buikallan and Boor. It is one of the plants included in Dasapushpam, the ten sacred flowers of Kerala

Botanical Name: Ficus benghalensis
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Belliric Myrobalan

The fruit is bitter and acts as a purgative. The pulp of the fruit mixed with salt, long pepper and honey is used to cure cough and sore throat. The kernel is ground into a paste and applied over the wounds. Oil extracted from the kernel is used as a hair tonic.

Botanical Name: Terminalia bellirica