India has one in all the world’s most refined native medical cultures, with an unbroken tradition coming back down across over four millennia. 

    India is one in all the twelve mega-biodiversity countries of the world having wealthy vegetation with a large kind of plants with medicinal value. 

    Over 550 tribal communities are lined beneath 227 ethnic teams residing in concerning 5000 villages of Bharat in different forests and vegetation varieties. 

    Though this medical heritage is many centuries recent, even nowadays individuals within the rural and remote areas rely on it for his or her health care desires. 

    According to WHO in 1978 report, over 80% of the globe population depends on traditional medication for his or her primary health care desires. 

    Oral hygiene is an integral a part of general health of an individual. 

    Oral unwellness will considerably 

    affect the final well-being of an individual by inflicting significant pain and discomfort, thus 

    affecting quality of life. 

    In several countries, scientific investigations of 

    medicinal plants are initiated owing to their contribution to health care. 

    It is also necessary to gather the data concerning the knowledge of traditional medicines, preserved in 

    tribal and rural communities of varied elements of India before it's lost for good.

    1.Abutilon indicum L

    Abutilon indicum (Indian abutilon, Indian mallow) may be a tiny ligneous plant within the family Malvaceae, native to tropic and semitropic regions and generally cultivated as a decorative. it's found in karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

    All components of this plant 

    such as leaves, seeds, flowers and roots are wide used as a medicine.

    Taxonimical description 





    Species:A. indicum 

    Medicinal uses

    Pharmacologically, this plant is wide used as an 

    medication, antifibrinolytic, inhibitor, antibacterial, anti ulcer, antifungal and wound medication. 


    It is helpful in 

    • gouty arthritis
    • TB, ulcers
    • bleed­ing disorders  
    • worms
    • digestive problems 
    • laxative
    • expec­torant
    • diuretic
    • astringent
    • analgesic
    • anti-inflammatory
    • anthelmintic
    • demulcent and 
    • aphrodisiac. 

    Roots are prescribed in fever, chest affectionateness and urethritis. 

    Historically, Root and bark are used as aphrodisiac, anti  diabetic, nervine tonic, and diuretic drug. 

    Seeds are employed in urinary disorders. 

    The seeds are used as a laxative in piles and within the treatment of cough.

    Colloquial name

    English : Indian Mallow, Country Mallow, Abutilon, Indian abutilon 

    Tamil: Paniyara, tutti

    Hindi: Kanghi 

    Kannada: Tutti 

    Bengali: Potari

    Malayalam:  Velluram 

    Telugu: Tuturabenda 

    Manipuri: Kanghi 

    Nepali:  Atibaalu, Atibalaa

    Marathi: Petari 

    Dental uses

    Abutilon indicum capability is already being 

    developed in dental medicine as anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-bacterial also are caused by the content of eugenol from A. indicum.

    simmering utilized in ache and tender gums. Demulcents of leaves are regionally applied to boils and ulcers

    Small branches are cut in to tiny pieces and used as tooth brush to scrub the teeth. 

    Further The leaf paste is employed for the treatment of toothache.

    Photo credit: Bō-á-tún ê hoe (Wikipedia commons) 

    2.Acacia catechu (L.f.)

    Taxonomical classification

    Kingdom: Plantae

    Order: Fabales

    Family: Fabaceae (or Leguminosae)

    Genus: Acacia

    Species: A. catechu

    Medicinal uses

    Acacia catechu unremarkably referred to as catechu may be a medicinal plant used for diverse functions. 

    The bark of this plant is powerful 

    • antioxidant
    • astringent
    • anti-inflammatory
    • anti-bacterial and 
    • antifungal in nature. 

    The extract of this plant is employed to treat raw 

    • throats and diarrhea

    conjointly helpful in 

    • high blood pressure
    • dysentery
    • colitis
    • gastric issues
    • asthma
    • cough
    • leucorrhoea and 
    • Hansen's disease. 

    The heartwood is employed to yield focused liquid extract i.e. kutch that is astringent, cooling and organic process. 

    it's helpful in cough, ulcers, boils and eruptions of the skin. 

    Simmering of the bark is given internally just in case of infectious disease. 

    Acacia spp. produces gum exudates, historically referred to as gum acacia or gum arabic, that are wide utilized in the food trade comparable to emulsifiers, adhesives, stabilizers and in chronic nephrosis 

    Colloquial name

    English: Black catechu,Black cutch tree,White kutch,Cutch tree,Catechu

    Tamil : கறை Karai,காசுக்கட்டி, Kacu-k-katti, செங்கருங்காலி Cenkarungali

    Telugu : నల్లచండ్ర Nallacandra,ఖదిరము Khadiramu. కవిరిచండ్ర Kaviricandra

    Urdu :  کهير Khair 

    Assamese: খৈৰ Kher

    Gujarati: ખેર Kher, HinKhair

    Hindi: पयोर Payor,मदन Madan,पथिद्रुम Pathi-drum,दन्त धावन Dant-dhavan,गायत्रिन् Gayatrin,खयर Khayar,खैर Khair,प्रियसख Priya-sakh

    Sanskrit : प्रियसख Priya-sakh,पथिद्रुम Pathi-drum,पयोर Payor,खदिरः Or खादिरः Khadira,गायत्रिन् Gayatrin

    Bengali: খয়ের Khayer

    Kannada: ಕದಿರ Kadira,ಕಾದು Kadu,ಕಾಚು, Kaachu, Kaggli, ಕಗ್ಗಲಿ Kaggali, Konkaniखैर Khair

    Malayalam: Cutch tree,Karingali,Kadiram,കരിണ്ടാലി Karintaali

    Marathi : यज्ञवृक्ष Yajnavrksa,खैर Khair,खयर Khayar

    Nepali : खयर Khayar

    Dental use

    It's used as gargle for mouth, gum, sore throat, gingivitis, dental and oral infections.

    Power of stem bark is used to cure bleeding gums and sores.

    Photo credit : Vinayaraj (Wikipedia commons) 

    3.Acacia nilotica L. 

    Taxonomical classification 

    Kingdom: Plantae

    Order: Fabales

    Family: Fabaceae

    Genus: Acacia

    Species: A. nilotica

    Medicinal uses

    Acacia Nilotica  plant has 

    • anti-microbial
    • anti-plasmodial and
    • inhibitor activity and used for treatment of 
      • human immunodeficiency virus

      • hepatitis C virus and 

      • cancer.

    it's helpful for treatment of genital diseases, nausea, burns and wounds, stomach ache and diarrhoea. 

    Poached (boiled) leaf extract used for 

    • respiratory illness
    • impotence 
    • chest diseases
    • fever
    • malaria
    • headache
    • coughs
    • painful joints
    • backache
    • abdomen ulcers 

    are among several different medicative uses of this plant. 

    The contemporary pods of tree Nilotica are effective in sexual disorders corresponding to spermatorrhoea, loss of viscousness of sperm cell and continual night discharges. 

    Acacia nilotica is helpful to stop of premature ejaculation, relieve irritation in acute gonorrhoea and leucorrhoea, urine-genital disorder comparable to pelvic prolapse.

    Colloquial name

    English: Gum Arabic Tree

    Hin: Babul

    Spanish: goma arábica, acacia gomifera 

    Tamil: Karuvelam

    French: acacia de cayenne, gommier rouge 

    Dental uses

    The branches are cut into tiny pieces and used as tooth brush without any tooth paste. 

    The bark powder is employed as a tooth paste.

    Photo credit: J.M.Garg (Wikipedia commons) 

    4.Acalypha indica L.

    Acalypha indica  is an nonwoody annual that has catkin-like inflorescences with concave involucres encompassing the minute flowers.

    Medicinal uses

    The juice of Acalypha indica is further to oil or lime and wont to treat a range of skin disorders.  

    The dried leaves of Acalypha  indica are created into a poultice  to treat bedsores and wounds. 

    The leaves  of Acalypha grandis  have additionally been according to  possess contraceptive activity and also  leaf extracts scale back mutagenicity in E.  coli.and posses anti periodic and laxative properties.

    Leaf is additionally used for action jaundice, piles, rheumatism, ulcers, outwardly  skin eruptions, ring worms, eczema.  

    The  leaf extract is applied to pustules, insect bites,a simmering of the leaves offers relief in ache. 

    The Acalypha  indica root is  prescribed as a tonic,  astringent, medication and powerful purgative. 

    Acalypha indica  has antibacterial drug  Activity against Human  Pathogens inflicting nosocomial Infection and a number of other other microbes. 

    Taxonomical classification 






    Species:A. indica

    Colloquial name

    English: Indian Acalypha, Indian Mercury, Indian Copperleaf, Indian Nettle, three-seeded mercury

    Tamil: Kuppaimaeni,Poonamayakki,Naai Kurungu,Kuppaimeni,Naaikurungu 

    Assamese: Muktojhuri,Patra-manjori

    Malayalam: Kuppamani,Kuppameni

    Dental uses 

    Decoction of the herb in used as a cure 

    for tooth.

    It additionally helps in periodontitis, gum bleedings.

    5.Achyranthes aspera L. 

    Taxonomical classification 

    Kingdom: Plantae

    Order: Caryophyllales

    Family: Amaranthaceae

    Genus: Achyranthes

    Species: A. aspera

    Medicinal uses

    The herb is run in india in cases of edema.


    The seeds are given in hydrophobia, and in cases of snake-bites, also as in ophthalmitis and cutaneal diseases.

    The flowering spikes, rubbed with a bit sugar, are created into pills, and given internally to folks bitten by mad dogs. 

    The leaves, taken recent and reduced to a pulp, are thought-about an honest remedy once applied outwardly to the bites of scorpions. 

    The Maasai folks of Kenya use the plant medicinally to ease the symptoms of malaria.

    Colloquial name 

    English: Prickly Chaff Flower

    Tamil: ஆகாடம் Akatam, Naayuruvi, Naaiyuruvi, அபாமார்க்கம், Mullu,நாயுருவி Nayuruvi, Apamarkkam,Naagarkaaimullu,Naagarkaai 

    Malayalam: കടലാടി Katalaati

    Sanskrit: आकृतिःच्छत्रा Akrutihchhatra,अपामार्ग, Apamarga,वशीर Vashir,मयूर Mayur,अधःघण्टा, Adhahaghanta,अक्षर Akshara,प्रत्यञ्च्पुष्प Pratyanchapushpa,खरमञ्जरी Kharamanjari

    Manipuri: খুজুম্পেৰে Khujumpere

    Marathi: किणी Kini,खरमंजरी Kharamanjari,अघाडा Aghada,अपामार्ग Apamarga

    Assamese: Ubtisath,Ulti Aghada,अपामार्ग Apamargahot,Bonsoth,Uvoti-soth,Ubhot-kata,Obhat kata

    Gujarati: આઘારો Agharo

    Hindi: दुरअभिग्रह Durabhigrah,प्रत्यकपुष्पी Pratyakpushpi,अघाड़ा Aghara,लटजीरा Latjira,मयूर Mayur,मधुकर Madhukar,चिरचिरा Chirchira,वशीर Vashir,धानुष्का Dhanushka,तरुण Tarun

    Telugu: ప్రత్యక్పుష్పి Pratyak-pushpi,ఉత్తరేణు Uttarenu

    Urdu:  اگهاڙا Aghara,چرچرا Churchura 

    Dental uses

    Small branches are cut in to little items and used as tooth brush; mixture of the twig is additionally used as a wash for tooth pain. 

    The dried root powder is employed as tooth paste and it wont to treat gum disorders. 

    Soak cotton within the extract of 3-4 leaves and apply it on aching tooth. 

    It conjointly helps in filling and healing up of recent time cavities.

    Photo credit: Daya ram sigh bhamra (Wikipedia commons) 

    6.Achillea millefolium Linn.

    It is native to temperate regions of the northern hemisphere in Asia and Europe and North America.

    It has been introduced as a feed for eutherian mammal in New Zealand and Australia.

    In Asian nation it's normally distributed in the Himalaya from Kashmir to Kumaun at altitude of 1,050-3, 600m. 

    Also seen growing in city and Belgaum areas

    Taxonomical classification 

    Kingdom: Plantae

    Order: Asterales

    Family: Asteraceae

    Genus: Achillea

    Species: A. millefolium 

    Medicinal uses

    Different elements of the plant are employed in ancient medication as 

    • diaphoretic
    • astringent
    • tonic
    • stimulant and delicate aromatic
    • cold and influenza
    • Amenorrhea
    • counteractive. 

    The aerial elements of the plant are used for phlegm conditions, as a bitter digestive tonic to encourage digestive fluid flow, and as a diuretic drug. 

    The alkaloids extracted from the leaves of yarrow (Achillea millefolium) are reported  to own medication and analgesic activity. 

    yarrow shows many characteristic pharmacologic effects like 

    • gastroprotective
    • bactericide
    • antioxidant
    • Antiseptic
    • expectorator
    • carminative activity 

    that are per the reported  uses of the plant extracts within the native system of medication. 

    Colloquial name 

    English : Yarrow, Milfoil, Thousand leaf

    Tamil: Achchilliya

    Hindi : Gandmaar, Gandna, Gandrain, Puthkanda, भूतकॆशी Bhut Kesi 

    Arabic : Suila, Fafor 

    Persian: Brinjasif, Buimaderan 

    Marathi : Rojmaari

    Urdu: Tukhm gandana, Buiranjasif, Brinjasuf

    Konkani: Rajmari

    Cutch and Himachal Pradesh : Brinjasif 

    Kashmiri : Momadru, Chopandiga 

    Unani : Tibbi Name: Artamasia, Artiyamasia

    Dental uses

    Yarrow is employed to treat hemorrhages, ulcers and to boost blood curdling. 

    Additionally used as mouth wash to market healing of cuts in mouth because of surgery, teeth cleansing and braces

    Leaves Chewed to alleviate tooth ache ,mouth freshener 

    7.Aegle marmelos (L.) 

    Aegle marmelos L., could be a species of tree native to the Indian landmass and Southeast Asia.

    It is present in Bharat, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Malesia as a naturalized species.

    The tree is taken into account to be sacred by Hindus.

    Taxonomical classification 

    Kingdom: Plantae

    Order: Sapindales

    Family: Rutaceae

    Genus: Aegle

    Species: A. marmelos

    Medicinal uses

    The fruit possesses broad vary of therapeutic effects that includes 

    • radical scavenging
    • antioxidant
    • inhibition of lipide peroxidation
    • antibacterial drug
    • antiviral
    • anti-diarrheal
    • gastroprotective
    • anti-ulcerative inflammatory bowel disease, 
    • hepatoprotective
    • anti-diabetic
    • cardioprotective and 
    • radioprotective 

    Aegle marmelos is traditionally accustomed treat 

    • jaundice
    • constipation
    • chronic 
    • diarrhea
    • dysentery
    • ache
    • stomachic
    • fever
    • asthma
    • inflammations
    • feverish delirium
    • acute respiratory disease
    • snakebite
    • abdominal discomfort
    • acidity, burning sensation
    • epilepsy
    • indigestion
    • leprosy 
    • myalgia
    • smallpox
    • spermatorrhoea, 
    • leucoderma
    • eye disorders
    • ulcers
    • mental diseases
    • nausea
    • sores
    • swelling
    • thirst
    • thyroid disorders
    • tumors
    • ulcers and 
    • upper tract infections
    • Anaemia
    • Fractures
    • Healing of Wounds
    • Swollen Joints
    • High Blood Pressure
    • Diarrhoea
    • Healthy Mind and Brain typhoid fever 
    • Troubles throughout gestation.

    Sweet drink ready from the pulp of fruits manufacture a soothing effect on the patients who have simply recovered from bacillary 


    The pulp of unripe fruit is soaked in gingelly oil for a 

    week and this oil is smudgy over the body before bathing.

    This oil is claimed to be helpful in removing the peculiar burning sensation within the soles. 

    The roots and therefore the bark of the tree are utilized in the treatment of fever by creating a simmering of them. 

    The leaves are created into a poultice and utilized in the treatment of opthalmia

    Colloquial name 

    English: Bael  fruit, Indian bael,  holy fruit, golden apple,  elephant apple, Indian quince,  stone apple

    Tamil: Vilvam

    Gujrati:   Billi

    Urdu:  bel

    Sanskrit: Bilwa,  sriphal

    Hindi: baelputri,  bela, sriphal, kooralam

    Indonesian: maja  batuh, maja

    Japanese: modjo

    Thai: matum,  mapin, tum

    Vietnames: tar  imam, mbau  nau

    Arab: Bull, Quiththa  el hind

    Burmese: Opesheet,  ohshit, bel Indian

    German: Belbaum, Schleimapfelbaum

    French: Oranger du Malabar,  cognassier du bengale,  bel Indian

    Dental uses

    Shoot often used as tooth brush. 

    Leaf on chew removes bad breath and check infection.

    Photo credit: Flickr 

    8.Ageratum conyzoides L.

    Ageratum conyzoides is native to Tropical America, particularly Brazil, and regarded an invasive weed in several alternative regions.

    It has currently unfold to numerous cultivated and uncultivated areas within the mountainous tracts of North india.

    Taxonomical classification 

    Kingdom: Plantae

    Order: Asterales

    Family: Asteraceae

    Tribe: Eupatorieae

    Genus: Ageratum

    Species: A. conyzoides

    Medicinal uses 

    Ageratum conyzoides has been used as

    •  purgative
    • febrifuge
    • anti-ulcer and 
    • wound dressing 

    It also uses in

    • Gastroprotective 
    • Anti-proliferative/anticancer
    • Radio-protective
    • Haematoprotective
    • Anti inflammatory 
    • Anti diabetic 
    • Anti protozoan
    • Anti bacterial 
    • Antioxidants 
    • Antiflatoxigenic
    • Thrombolytic
    • Wound healing properties 

    Hematopoietic  properties, it  is so necessary that  this medicative herb be screened/ assayed for the antisickling effects. 

    Toxic property of A. conyzoides

    Ingesting A. conyzoides will cause liver lesions and tumors.

    These toxics effects were attributed to its total alkaloids particularly to pyrrolizidine alkaloids that are present in this plant. 

    The plant contains the pyrrolizidine alkaloids lycopsamine and echinatine. 

    There was a mass poisoning incident in African nation as a results of contamination of grain with A. conyzoides.

    Colloquial name 

    English: Goat weed, Billy goat weed, Tropical whiteweed 

    Tamil: Pumppillu, Appakkoti 

    Hindi: जंगली पुदीना Jangli pudina, Visadodi, Semandulu, Gha buti, Bhakumbar

    Malayalam: Kattappa, Muriyan pacca 

    Bengali: Uchunti 

    Sanskrit: Visamustih 

    Marathi: Ghanera osaadi 

    Kannada: Oorala gida, Helukasa 

    Manipuri: ꯈꯣꯡꯖꯥꯏ ꯅꯄꯤ খোংগজাঈ নপী Khongjai napi

    Mizo: Vai-len-hlo 

    Nepali: भेडा झार Bhedaa Jhaar, बोके घाँस Boke Ghaans, गनमने घाँस Ganamane Ghaans, गनाउने झार Ganaaune Jhaar, सेतो रावन्ने Seto Rawanne, गन्धे Gandhe 

    Dental uses

    Leaves used for Mouth ulcer

    Provide enamel hardness in micro level in primary teeth. 

    Photo credit: Minghong (creative commons) 

    9.Allium cepa L. 

    Onions are cultivated and used round the world. 

    As a food item, they're sometimes served done, as a vegetable or a part of a ready savoury dish, however may also be ingested raw or accustomed build pickles or chutneys. 

    They're pungent once shredded and contain bound chemical substances that irritate the eyes.

    Taxonomical classification 


    Order: Asparagales

    Family: Amaryllidaceae

    Subfamily: Allioideae

    Genus: Allium

    Species: A. cepa

    Medicinal uses 

     It's chiefly used as a

    • Standard drugs for cold. 
    • Normalizes blood pressure. 
    • Increase appetence. 
    • Stimulates the sweat glands and promote sweating.
    • Helps to stop diarrhoea. 
    • Stimulates the respiratory tract and helps in discharge phlegm
    • Kills or inhibits fungus infections as of sulphur content
    • Inhibits neoplastic cell growth particularly carcinoma. 
    • Anti-colon cancer properties are acknowledge among ancient healers round the world. 
    • Contains fat-soluble vitamin and C. 

    Allium cepa is used for the treatment of 

    Treatment for Cough: overwhelming equal mixture of onion juice and honey will live inflammatory disease and cough symptoms. 

    Used as Insect Repellent: you'll be able to apply onion juice to cut back the pain caused thanks to honey-bee bite. contemporary onion juice or paste are often used for external applications for insect bites and scorpion stings. 

    Treatment for Heart Ailments: Onions aids in cutting of the blood, that successively prevents the red blood cells from forming clumps. These blocks could lead on to heart disorders or cardiovascular diseases. 

    Glowing Skin: Onion juice mixed with honey or vegetable oil is claimed to be best treatment for skin problem condition. 

    Interference of Cancer: Onions are wealthy in active compounds that with success inhibit the development of cancerous cells.

    Relieving Earache: a couple of drops of onion juice may very well prove vastly useful to individuals plagued by acute otalgia. The ringing sound within the ear could also be cured by applying onion juice through cotton. 
    Relieves abdomen Ache: Onions have anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties that provide relief to stomach upset and connected gastro syndromes. 

    Treating Urinary Disorders: For those plagued by burning sensation throughout evacuation, onions will offer sizable relief. The patient ought to drink water stewed with six to seven gram of onion. 

    Boost Sexual Drive: Onions are same to extend the urge for healthy sexual life. One table spoon of onion juice together with containerful of ginger juice, taken trice daily will boost the sexual desire and drive. 

     Treatment of Anaemic Condition: Even anaemic conditions are often improved by ingestion onions along with jagghery and water. 

    Colloquial names

    English: Onion 

    Tamil: வெங்காயம் Vengayam

    Manipuri: তিলহৌ Tilhou 

    Hindi: प्याज़ Pyaz 

    Netherlands: ui

    Portuguese: cebola

    French: oignon

    Tangkhul: Tarui

    Sweden: loek

    Spanish: cebolla

    Italy: cipolla; cipollina

    Arabic: bassal

    Germany: Spiesez wiebel

    Dental uses

    Onions are usually accustomed stop caries and oral infections. 

    Chewing raw onions for two to three minutes might presumably kill all the germs gift within the mouth space.

    Bulb juice also used to cure toothache and bleeding gums.

    10.Allium sativum L. 

    It is native to Central Asia and northeastern Iran, and has long been a typical seasoning worldwide, with a history of many thousand years of human consumption and use.

    Taxonomical classification 

    Kingdom: Plantae

    Order: Asparagales

    Family: Amaryllidaceae

    Subfamily: Allioideae

    Genus: Allium

    Species: A. sativum

    Medicinal uses 

    Garlic incorporates a big selection of medicine effects together with 

    • antimicrobial
    • cardiovascular
    • anti-inflammatory
    • anticancer and
    • Immunomodulatory activity among several different effects. 

    Allicin, allyl group methyl sulfide, DTS, and ajoene are shown to be the most accountable compounds for the 

    • antifungal
    • bactericide
    • antiprotozoal and 
    • antiviral effects of garlic, severally. 

    Colloquial names

    English: Garlic 

    Tamil: acanam, பூண்டு 

    Hindi: लहसुन Lahsun, लहसन Lahsan, लस्सन Lassan 

    Assamese: naharu 

    Manipuri: চনম Chanam 

    Malay: Bawang putih

    Mizo: purun-var, purunvar 

    Tangkhul: Hanam 

    Telugu: velluli వెల్లుల్లి

    Urdu: लैहसन lehsan

    Arabic: الثوم

    Kannada: belluli 

    Malayalam: vellulli 

    Dental uses

    The paste of the bulb is applied to the gums and cavities of infected teeth.

    It is used for pulp treatment in permanent dentition. 

    Photo credit: Kickof (creative commons) 




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