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The Peleides Blue Morpho, Common Morpho,[1] or The Emperor[2] (Morpho peleides)[3] is an iridescent tropical butterfly found in Mexico, Central America, northern South America, Paraguay, and Trinidad. Some authorities[4] believe that peleides is a subspecies of Morpho helenor.[5]

 

The brilliant blue color in the butterfly's wings is caused by the diffraction of the light from millions of tiny scales on its wings. It uses this to frighten away predators, by flashing its wings rapidly. The wingspan of the Blue Morpho butterfly ranges from 7.5–20 cm (3.0–7.9 in). The entire Blue Morpho butterfly lifecycle, from egg to adult is only 115 days. Known larval foodplants are Leguminosae (Arachis hypogaea, Dioclea wilsonii, Inga spp., Lonchocarpus, Machaerium cobanense, Machaerium salvadorense, Machaerium seemannii, Medicago sativa, Mucuna mutisiana, Pithecellobium, Pterocarpus rohrii, Mucuna urens), and Bignoniaceae (Paragonia pyramidata). Morpho peleides drinks the juices from rotting fruits for food. Its favourites in captivity are mango, kiwi, and lychee. Morpho peleides butterflies live in the rainforests of South America, and can be found in Mexico and Central America.

 

The larvae of Morpho peleides butterflies are occasional cannibals. These caterpillars are red-brown with patches of bright green.

 

Morpho peleides butterflies stick together in groups to deter their predators, a form of mobbing behavior

 

We got a collection of seeds from African plants lying around our home. Nice subject for a tabletop.

Septenary/Octonary Ingredients of Important Traditional Herbal Formulations from Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database

Oudhia, P. (2013). Rice for Health: Promising Medicinal Rice based Traditional Herbal Formulations from India. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Nutrition and metabolic bone disease in old age: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Skin diseases in Asia: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Malnutrition and liver diseases: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Pterocarpus marsupium with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Tinospora cordifolia with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Withania coagulans with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Momordica charantia with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Momordica dioica with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Ficus benghalensis with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Indigenous anti-diabetic medicinal plants and importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Industrial Dermatitis, Diabetes and Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

  

This picture is a part of Compilation of Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Works at Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur, India (1990-2001),

 

A Kiaat Tree (Pterocarpus angolensis) covered in seed pods.

The Kiaat tree is also known as the "Wild Teak" or "Mukwa".

 

Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, South Africa, Winter, June 2008.

 

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The Peleides Blue Morpho, Common Morpho, or The Emperor (Morpho peleides) is an iridescent tropical butterfly found in Mexico, Central America, northern South America, Paraguay, and Trinidad. Many authorities[which?] believe that peleides is a subspecies of Morpho helenor.

The brilliant blue color in the butterfly's wings is caused by the diffraction of the light from millions of tiny scales on its wings. It uses this to frighten away predators, by flashing its wings rapidly. The wingspan of the Blue Morpho butterfly ranges from 7.5–20 cm (3.0–7.9 in). The entire Blue Morpho butterfly lifecycle, from egg to adult is only 115 days.Known larval foodplants are Leguminosae (Arachis hypogaea, Dioclea wilsonii,Inga, spp., Lonchocarpus, Machaerium cobanense, Machaerium salvadorense, Machaerium seemannii, Medicago sativa, Mucuna mutisiana, Pithecellobium Pterocarpus rohrii and Mucuna urens) and Bignoniaceae (Paragonia pyramidata). Morpho peleides drinks the juices from rotting fruits for food. Its favourites in captivity are mango, kiwi, and lychee. Morpho peleides butterflies live in the rainforests of South America, and can be found in Mexico and Central America.

The larvae of Morpho peleides butterflies are occasional cannibals. The caterpillar Blue Morpho butterfly is red-brown with patches of bright green.

The Morpho peleides butterflies stick together in groups to deter their predators, a form of mobbing behavior.

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Blue Morpho

The Peleides Blue Morpho, Common Morpho, or The Emperor (Morpho peleides) is an iridescent tropical butterfly found in Mexico, Central America, northern South America, Paraguay, and Trinidad. Many authorities[which?] believe that peleides is a subspecies of Morpho helenor.

The brilliant blue color in the butterfly's wings is caused by the diffraction of the light from millions of tiny scales on its wings. It uses this to frighten away predators, by flashing its wings rapidly. The wingspan of the Blue Morpho butterfly ranges from 7.5–20 cm (3.0–7.9 in). The entire Blue Morpho butterfly lifecycle, from egg to adult is only 115 days.Known larval foodplants are Leguminosae (Arachis hypogaea , Dioclea wilsonii,Inga, spp., Lonchocarpus, Machaerium cobanense, Machaerium salvadorense, Machaerium seemannii, Medicago sativa, Mucuna mutisiana, Pithecellobium Pterocarpus rohrii and Mucuna urens) and Bignoniaceae (Paragonia pyramidata). Morpho peleides drinks the juices from rotting fruits for food. Its favourites in captivity are mango, kiwi, and lychee. Morpho peleides butterflies live in the rainforests of South America, and can be found in Mexico and Central America.

The larvae of Morpho peleides butterflies are occasional cannibals. The caterpillar Blue Morpho butterfly is red-brown with patches of bright green.

The Morpho peleides butterflies stick together in groups to deter their predators, a form of mobbing behavior.

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The Taiping Lake Gardens was originally a mining site before it was established as gardens to the public in 1880. The idea of establishing a public garden was much devoted to Colonel Robert Sandilands Frowd Walker. The garden was later developed precisely by Charles Compton Reade (1884 – 1933), who was also responsible for planning the Kuala Lumpur garden town. The abandoned tin mine was generously donated by the prominent Chinese Capitalist of Perak and also former Perak State Council member, Mr. Chung Thye Phin (son of Mr. Chung Keng Quee) as the recreation park for the public use. In 1884, the gardens were furnished with grasses, flowers and trees, and part of the gardens was fenced, to avoid the bulls enter the gardens. This 64 hectares land was the first public gardens in Malaya and proudly declared as the most beautiful and well maintained gardens during the heyday and today. There are ten scenic lakes and ponds that made the gardens even more picturesque. Along the Residency Road, near the gardens, were golden rain trees or its Malay name, angsana tree (pterocarpus indicus), planted along the pathway.

 

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FLOOR LAMP II – AFFIRMA

 

The head of the lamp is made of Senegalese gourd. Its diameters are 25 and 27cm. Height of whole lamp is 161cm.

White carvings are deeper layer of wood which allows some light to pass through it.

On the top of the lamp is closing part locked with little magnets. The supporting spine is finished with brown jeweler waxed string.

The base is made of Padouk wood (Pterocarpus soyauxii) from central-west Africa (Nigeria, Congo). The diameter is 32cm and it is made by Stanisław “Siacho” Smerecki from UniqueWoodDesign.

This series is a part of Research Report by Pankaj Oudhia on “100 days schedule for Treatment of Chronic Kidney Diseases” For details please visit at pankajoudhia.com

 

Related References

 

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Pothos, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Pouzolzia, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Pratia, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Premna, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Psilotrichum, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Psoralea, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Pterocarpus, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Pterospermum, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Pueraria, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Pulicaria, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Punica, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Putranjiva, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Randia, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

 

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করঞ্জ (করচ, করমজা, পিঠেওড়া) | ইংরেজি নাম : Hongay oil tree, Indian Beech, Indian Beech Tree, Pongam, Pongam Tree, Pongam Oil Tree, Pongame Oil Tree, Pongame Oiltree, Poonga-oil, Poonga-oil-tree, Sourfruit, Vesi Ne Wai | বৈজ্ঞানিক নাম : Millettia pinnata (L.) Panigrahi (year) | সমনাম : Cajum pinnatum (L.) Kuntze, Cytisus pinnatus L., Derris indica (Lam.) Benn., Galedupa indica Lam., Galedupa pinnata (L.) Taub., Galedupa pungum J.G.Gmel., Millettia novo-guineensis Kaneh. & Hatus., Pongamia glabra Vent., Pongamia mitis (L.) Kurz, Pongamia pinnata (L.) Pierre, Pongamia xerocarpa Hassk., Pterocarpus flavus Lour., Robinia mitis L. | পরিবার : Fabaceae (শিম পরিবার) | উদ্ভিদের ধরন : বৃক্ষ (Tree) | বাদাগাছের ধরন : বাদা সহযোগী (Mangrove Associate)

Papilliorama, Kerzers, Switzerland

 

The Peleides Blue Morpho, Common Morpho, or The Emperor (Morpho peleides) is an iridescent tropical butterfly found in Mexico, Central America, northern South America, Paraguay, and Trinidad. Many authorities[which?] believe that peleides is a subspecies of Morpho helenor.

The brilliant blue color in the butterfly's wings is caused by the diffraction of the light from millions of tiny scales on its wings. It uses this to frighten away predators, by flashing its wings rapidly. The wingspan of the Blue Morpho butterfly ranges from 7.5–20 cm (3.0–7.9 in). The entire Blue Morpho butterfly lifecycle, from egg to adult is only 115 days.Known larval foodplants are Leguminosae (Arachis hypogaea, Dioclea wilsonii,Inga, spp., Lonchocarpus, Machaerium cobanense, Machaerium salvadorense, Machaerium seemannii, Medicago sativa, Mucuna mutisiana, Pithecellobium Pterocarpus rohrii and Mucuna urens) and Bignoniaceae (Paragonia pyramidata). Morpho peleides drinks the juices from rotting fruits for food. Its favourites in captivity are mango, kiwi, and lychee. Morpho peleides butterflies live in the rainforests of South America, and can be found in Mexico and Central America.

The larvae of Morpho peleides butterflies are occasional cannibals. The caterpillar Blue Morpho butterfly is red-brown with patches of bright green.

The Morpho peleides butterflies stick together in groups to deter their predators, a form of mobbing behavior.[citation needed]

Taiping Lake Gardens is the first public garden established during the British rule in Malaysia. This beautiful garden is located near Bukit Larut and within the town center and the Taiping Zoo.

 

The Taiping Lake Gardens was originally a mining site before it was established as gardens to the public in 1880. The idea of establishing a public garden was much devoted to Colonel Robert Sandilands Frowd Walker. The garden was later developed precisely by Charles Compton Reade (1884 – 1933), who was also responsible for planning the Kuala Lumpur garden town. The abandoned tin mine was generously donated by the prominent Chinese Capitalist of Perak and also former Perak State Council member, Mr. Chung Thye Phin (son of Mr. Chung Keng Quee) as the recreation park for the public use. In 1884, the gardens were furnished with grasses, flowers and trees, and part of the gardens was fenced, to avoid the bulls enter the gardens. This 64 hectares land was the first public gardens in Malaya and proudly declared as the most beautiful and well maintained gardens during the heyday and today. There are ten scenic lakes and ponds that made the gardens even more picturesque. Along the Residency Road, near the gardens, were golden rain trees or its Malay name, angsana tree (pterocarpus indicus), planted along the pathway. Its beauty was described by C.W. Harrison in his book, An Illustrated Guide to the Federated Malay States, “that the angsana trees rained down in golden snow, providing a carpet fit for the sultan”. In George L. Peet’s, A Journal in the Federal Capital, when he visited Taiping in 1933, said “I know of no more lovely sight in this country than the Taiping gardens when the rays of the early morning sun are shining obliquely through their clumps of bamboo, palms and isolated trees scattered on islands among the expanse of water. One receives in that glorious half hour an experience of light in foliage that is quite unobtainable in England”.

 

There are few private and government houses located near the gardens, among of it are the Old Residency (the home of Secretary to the Resident), the Raja’s House at the junction of Birch Road and Residency Road, the army officers residences at Batu Tugoh Road.

 

The gardens were so beautiful that attracted many travelers to pen down its beauty, in Cuthbert Woodville Harrison, An Illustrated Guide to the Federated Malay States published in 1911 he described,

 

“The streets are shaded by rows of the angsena tree, which at irregular intervals bursts forth into a riot of blossoms, even more yellow than those of the laburnum. These it rains down in golden snow upon the streets, providing a carpet fit for a Sultan, for yellow is the royal colour in the East. With its golden snow, the angsena spreads abroad an almost overpowering scent, even more sweet than the smell of the pinang blossom. Most of the towns in Malaya have planted this Pterocarpus indicus as shade tree, but in Taiping it has grown to a greater height than elsewhere”.

 

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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taiping_Lake_Gardens

I brought this seed back from South Africa in 1998 . For all that time I have wondered from what tree it was. Both side are represented here .

 

It is a Pterocarpus angolensis !

The pod is 2–3 cm diameter, surrounded by a circular wing 8–12 cm diameter, reminiscent of a brown fried egg, and containing a single seed.

  

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The Peleides Blue Morpho, Common Morpho,[1] or The Emperor[2] (Morpho peleides) is an iridescent tropical butterfly found in Mexico, Central America, northern South America, Paraguay, and Trinidad. Many authorities[which?] believe that peleides is a subspecies of Morpho helenor.

 

The brilliant blue color in the butterfly's wings is caused by the diffraction of the light from millions of tiny scales on its wings. It uses this to frighten away predators, by flashing its wings rapidly. The wingspan of the Blue Morpho butterfly ranges from 7.5–20 cm (3.0–7.9 in). The entire Blue Morpho butterfly lifecycle, from egg to adult is only 115 days. Known larval foodplants are Leguminosae (Arachis hypogaea, Dioclea wilsonii,Inga, spp., Lonchocarpus, Machaerium cobanense, Machaerium salvadorense, Machaerium seemannii, Medicago sativa, Mucuna mutisiana, Pithecellobium Pterocarpus rohrii and Mucuna urens) and Bignoniaceae (Paragonia pyramidata). Morpho peleides drinks the juices from rotting fruits for food. Its favourites in captivity are mango, kiwi, and lychee. Morpho peleides butterflies live in the rainforests of South America, and can be found in Mexico and Central America.

 

The larvae of Morpho peleides butterflies are occasional cannibals. The caterpillar Blue Morpho butterfly is red-brown with patches of bright green.

 

The Morpho peleides butterflies stick together in groups to deter their predators, a form of mobbing behavior.

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Four-horned antelopes at Bandi National Park at Karnataka, Mysore.

  

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Bandipur National Park (Kannada: ಬಂಡೀಪುರ ರಾಷ್ಟ್ರೀಯ ಉದ್ಯಾನ), established in 1974 as a tiger reserve under Project Tiger, is a national park located in the south Indian state of Karnataka. It was once a private hunting reserve for the Maharaja of the Kingdom of Mysore. Bandipur is known for its wildlife and has many types of biomes, but dry deciduous forest is dominant.

 

The park spans an area of 874 square kilometers (337 sq mi), protecting several species of India's endangered wildlife. Together with the adjoining Nagarhole National Park (643 km2 (248 sq mi)), Mudumalai National Park (320 km2 (120 sq mi)) and Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary (344 km2 (133 sq mi)), it is part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve totaling 2,183 km2 (843 sq mi) making it the largest protected area in southern India.

 

Bandipur is located in Gundlupet taluq of Chamarajanagar district. It is about 80 kilometers (50 mi) from the city of Mysore on the route to a major tourist destination of Ooty. As a result, Bandipur sees a lot of tourist traffic and there are a lot of wildlife fatalities caused by speeding vehicles that are reported each year. There is a ban on traffic from the hours of dusk to dawn to help bring down deaths of wildlife.

 

Bandipur National Park located between 75° 12’ 17” E to 76° 51’ 32” E and 11° 35’ 34” N to 11° 57’ 02” N where the Deccan Plateau meets the Western Ghats and the altitude of the park ranges from 680 meters (2,230 ft) to 1,454 meters (4,770 ft). As a result, the park has a variety of biomes including dry deciduous forests, moist deciduous forests and shrublands. The wide range of habitats help support a diverse range of organisms. The park is flanked by the Kabini river in the north and the Moyar river in the south. The Nugu river runs through the park. The highest point in the park is on a hill called Himavad Gopalaswamy Betta, where there is a Hindu temple at the summit. Bandipur has typical tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. The dry and hot period usually begins in early March and can last till the arrival of the monsoon rains in June.

 

Biology and ecology:

Bandipur National Park helps protect several species of India's endangered wildlife and also provides refuge to other threatened and vulnerable species of flora and fauna.

 

Flora:

Bandipur supports a wide range of timber trees including: teak (Tectona grandis), rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia), sandalwood (Santalum album V), Indian-laurel (Terminalia tomentosa), Indian kino tree (Pterocarpus marsupium), giant clumping bamboo (Dendrocalamus strictus), clumping bamboo (Bambusa arundinacea) and Grewia tiliaefolia.

 

There are also several notable flowering and fruiting trees and shrubs including: kadam tree (Adina cordifolia), Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis), crape-myrtle (Lagerstroemia lanceolata), axlewood (Anogeissus latifolia), black myrobalan (Terminalia chebula), Schleichera trijuga, Odina wodiar, flame of the forest (Butea monosperma), golden shower tree (Cassia fistula), satinwood (Chloroxylon swietenia), black cutch (Acacia catechu), Shorea talura (E), indigoberry (Randia uliginosa)

 

Fauna:

Bandipur supports a good population of endangered and vulnerable species like Indian elephants, gaurs, tigers, sloth bears, muggers, Indian rock pythons, four-horned antelopes and dholes.

 

Mammals:

A gray langur

The commonly seen mammals along the public access roads in the park include chital, gray langurs, Indian giant squirrels and elephants.

 

Source : en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bandipur_National_Park

Taiping Lake Gardens is the first public garden established during the British rule in Malaysia. This beautiful garden is located near Bukit Larut and within the town center and the Taiping Zoo.

 

The Taiping Lake Gardens was originally a mining site before it was established as gardens to the public in 1880. The idea of establishing a public garden was much devoted to Colonel Robert Sandilands Frowd Walker. The garden was later developed precisely by Charles Compton Reade (1884 – 1933), who was also responsible for planning the Kuala Lumpur garden town. The abandoned tin mine was generously donated by the prominent Chinese Capitalist of Perak and also former Perak State Council member, Mr. Chung Thye Phin (son of Mr. Chung Keng Quee) as the recreation park for the public use. In 1884, the gardens were furnished with grasses, flowers and trees, and part of the gardens was fenced, to avoid the bulls enter the gardens. This 64 hectares land was the first public gardens in Malaya and proudly declared as the most beautiful and well maintained gardens during the heyday and today. There are ten scenic lakes and ponds that made the gardens even more picturesque. Along the Residency Road, near the gardens, were golden rain trees or its Malay name, angsana tree (pterocarpus indicus), planted along the pathway. Its beauty was described by C.W. Harrison in his book, An Illustrated Guide to the Federated Malay States, “that the angsana trees rained down in golden snow, providing a carpet fit for the sultan”. In George L. Peet’s, A Journal in the Federal Capital, when he visited Taiping in 1933, said “I know of no more lovely sight in this country than the Taiping gardens when the rays of the early morning sun are shining obliquely through their clumps of bamboo, palms and isolated trees scattered on islands among the expanse of water. One receives in that glorious half hour an experience of light in foliage that is quite unobtainable in England”.

 

There are few private and government houses located near the gardens, among of it are the Old Residency (the home of Secretary to the Resident), the Raja’s House at the junction of Birch Road and Residency Road, the army officers residences at Batu Tugoh Road.

 

The gardens were so beautiful that attracted many travelers to pen down its beauty, in Cuthbert Woodville Harrison, An Illustrated Guide to the Federated Malay States published in 1911 he described,

 

“The streets are shaded by rows of the angsena tree, which at irregular intervals bursts forth into a riot of blossoms, even more yellow than those of the laburnum. These it rains down in golden snow upon the streets, providing a carpet fit for a Sultan, for yellow is the royal colour in the East. With its golden snow, the angsena spreads abroad an almost overpowering scent, even more sweet than the smell of the pinang blossom. Most of the towns in Malaya have planted this Pterocarpus indicus as shade tree, but in Taiping it has grown to a greater height than elsewhere”.

 

4.8503198N 100.7481641E

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taiping_Lake_Gardens

High demand for rosewood furniture in China is fueling illegal logging in Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The quality of rosewood furniture made from African bloodwood can rival even the most popular red sandalwood on the market.⠀ . ⠀ Greenpeace China worked with with award-winning photographer Lu Guang to document the trade of pterocarpus tinctorius, or Mukula from Zambia and the DRC to China. These stacks of bloodwood are waiting to be processed at Yangfan Forestry Zhangjiagang in Jiangsu, China.⠀ .⠀ #documentary #photography #forest #logging #nature #conservation #timber #trees⠀ .⠀ :copyright: Lu Guang / Greenpeace

Taiping Lake Gardens is the first public garden established during the British rule in Malaysia. This beautiful garden is located near Bukit Larut and within the town center and the Taiping Zoo.

 

The Taiping Lake Gardens was originally a mining site before it was established as gardens to the public in 1880. The idea of establishing a public garden was much devoted to Colonel Robert Sandilands Frowd Walker. The garden was later developed precisely by Charles Compton Reade (1884 – 1933), who was also responsible for planning the Kuala Lumpur garden town. The abandoned tin mine was generously donated by the prominent Chinese Capitalist of Perak and also former Perak State Council member, Mr. Chung Thye Phin (son of Mr. Chung Keng Quee) as the recreation park for the public use. In 1884, the gardens were furnished with grasses, flowers and trees, and part of the gardens was fenced, to avoid the bulls enter the gardens. This 64 hectares land was the first public gardens in Malaya and proudly declared as the most beautiful and well maintained gardens during the heyday and today. There are ten scenic lakes and ponds that made the gardens even more picturesque. Along the Residency Road, near the gardens, were golden rain trees or its Malay name, angsana tree (pterocarpus indicus), planted along the pathway. Its beauty was described by C.W. Harrison in his book, An Illustrated Guide to the Federated Malay States, “that the angsana trees rained down in golden snow, providing a carpet fit for the sultan”. In George L. Peet’s, A Journal in the Federal Capital, when he visited Taiping in 1933, said “I know of no more lovely sight in this country than the Taiping gardens when the rays of the early morning sun are shining obliquely through their clumps of bamboo, palms and isolated trees scattered on islands among the expanse of water. One receives in that glorious half hour an experience of light in foliage that is quite unobtainable in England”.

 

There are few private and government houses located near the gardens, among of it are the Old Residency (the home of Secretary to the Resident), the Raja’s House at the junction of Birch Road and Residency Road, the army officers residences at Batu Tugoh Road.

 

The gardens were so beautiful that attracted many travelers to pen down its beauty, in Cuthbert Woodville Harrison, An Illustrated Guide to the Federated Malay States published in 1911 he described,

 

“The streets are shaded by rows of the angsena tree, which at irregular intervals bursts forth into a riot of blossoms, even more yellow than those of the laburnum. These it rains down in golden snow upon the streets, providing a carpet fit for a Sultan, for yellow is the royal colour in the East. With its golden snow, the angsena spreads abroad an almost overpowering scent, even more sweet than the smell of the pinang blossom. Most of the towns in Malaya have planted this Pterocarpus indicus as shade tree, but in Taiping it has grown to a greater height than elsewhere”.

 

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पंकज अवधिया का मेडीसिनल प्लांट डेटाबेस: जीवनरक्षक जड़ी-बूटियाँ

 

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Medicinal Plants of India with reference to Biodiversity rich dense forests of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Karnataka, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Manipur, Orissa, Rajasthan, Tamilnadu, Punjab, Haryana, West Bengal, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh.

 

This Picture is a part of Pankaj Oudhia's guest lectures on Conservation Agriculture, Traditional Agricultural Knowledge and Climate Change Mitigation. And That's how Climate Change is affecting Traditional Healing in Asia.

 

This Picture is a part of Pankaj Oudhia's report on Indian Medicinal Plants as well as Herbal Formulations used with Traditional Entomophagy and Entomotherapy.

 

This Picture is part of Pankaj Oudhia’s E-reports (list is given below)

 

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for pest management in Modern Rice.

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for pest management in Traditional Rice.

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for pest management in Medicinal Rice.

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for pest management in Kodo Millet cultivation for Diabetics.

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for pest management in Traditional Pulses.

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for pest management in Traditional Oilseeds.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Medicinal Rice based Herbal Formulations,

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Lathyrus based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Safed Musli based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Mucuna pruriens based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia) based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Gulbakawali based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Paneer Phool based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Telia Kand based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Wheat based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Desi Maize based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Medicinal Weeds based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Medicinal Millets based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Chickpea based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Jute based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Cotton based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Vidhara based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Keu Kand based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Therapeutic Orchids based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Medicinal Tubers based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Medicinal Climbers based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Medicinal Shrubs based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Bastar

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Chhattisgarh Plains

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Jabalpur

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Mandla

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Amarkantak

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Vidarbha

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Kaas

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Rajasthan

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Gujarat

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Tamilnadu

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Kerala

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Karnataka

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Andhra Pradesh

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Odisha

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Uttarakhand

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Himachal Pradesh

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Goa

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Haryana

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Punjab

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Darjeeling

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Nepal

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Sri Lanka

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antiarthritic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antisickling activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antidiabetic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Hepatoprotective activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Renoprotective activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antidiabetic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Analgesic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Anthelmintic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antibacterial activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Anticancer activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Anticholinergic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Anticoagulant activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Anticonvulsant activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antidiuretic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antiemetic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antifungal activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antihistaminic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antiinflammatory activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antipsoriasis activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antipyretic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antithiamine activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antiulcer activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antiviral activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Anti-urolithiasis activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antifatigue activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Anticystic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antifertility (male) activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antifertility (Female) activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antileukaemic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antiarrhythemic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with antihyperlipidemic activity,

-Wound Healing medicinal plants of Telangana

-Wound Healing medicinal plants of Peninsular India

-Interactions with Traditional Healers of South India on promising wound healing medicinal plants,

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Chhattisgarh Farmers on Medicinal and Traditional Rice,

-Medicinal Orchids of Jharkhand in Traditional Formulations of Chhattisgarh

-Medicinal Orchids of Chhattisgarh in Traditional Formulations of Jharkhand

-Medicinal Orchids of Jharkhand in Traditional Formulations of Orissa

-Medicinal Orchids of Uttarakhand in Traditional Formulations of Chhattisgarh

-Medicinal Orchids of Chhattisgarh in Traditional Formulations of Madhya Pradesh

-Ficus based Herbal Formulations popular among the Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Orissa

-Terminalia based Herbal Formulations commonly used by the Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh, Orissa and Tamilnadu.

-Cassia based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Tephrosia based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Acacia based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Mahua based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Medicinal Rice based Herbal Formulations from Karnataka

-Medicinal Rice based Herbal Formulations from Orissa

-Importance of lowland Traditional Rice in Indian Traditional Healing

-Forgotten Ethnoveterinary Formulations of Asia

-Medicinal Weeds and related Herbal Formulations from Sri Lanka

-Healing Herbs associated with Ancient Yagyas from Nepal

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with herb traders of Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

-50 common approaches adopted by the Traditional Healers of Africa and Asia.

-Organic Farming of Medicinal and Aromatic crops in India

-Indigenous plants used in Traditionally prepared Herbal Cigarettes

-That’s how popular smokes based on medicinal herbs play key role in public health in India

-Healing Flora of Bhutan and comments of Indian Traditional Healers

-Chinese Herbs used in Indian Traditional Healing

-Medicinal Mushroom species of Satpura Range

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Naga Sadhus on Cancer Formulations

-औषधीय खरपतवारों पर इंदिरा गाँधी कृषि विश्वविद्यालय, रायपुर में पंकज अवधिया का शोध कार्य (वर्ष १९९०-२००१)

-Kodo Millet as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Ragi as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Kutki Millet as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Sawa as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Indigenous Knowledge on Medicinal Plants: Pankaj Oudhia’s Interactions with senior Millet growers of Central India

-Indigenous Knowledge on Medicinal Plants: Pankaj Oudhia’s Interactions with senior Millet growers of South India

-Indigenous Knowledge on Medicinal Plants: Pankaj Oudhia’s Interactions with senior Rice growers of Andhra Pradesh

-Over 3000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Karnataka

-Over 2000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Kerala

-Over 4000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh

-Chhattisgarh Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Orissa Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Jharkhand Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-West Bengal Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Maharashtra Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Andhra Pradesh Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Medicinal weeds in Rice crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Wheat crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Chickpea crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Tuar crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Soybean crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Sesame crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Linseed crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Sunflower crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Safflower crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Niger crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Buckwheat crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Green Gram crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Black Gram crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Lathyrus crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Cotton crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Jute crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Brinjal crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Tomato crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Potato crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Mesta crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Jowar crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Pearlmillet crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Kodo Millet crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Okra crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Kamar Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Balo ke rogon me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Ghutne ke Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sir Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kamjori me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Motapa kam karne me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pet ke Keede me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kabj me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Naksir me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Fatigue me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kaan Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Bawasir me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Virya Badane me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kil Muhanso me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Masik Darm ke samay upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Vaat Rogon me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Vitiligo me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Psoriasis me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Motiabind me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Khujli me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Safed Paani me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Garbhavsthaa me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Der tak Sex ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Hathi Pav ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Malaria ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Ghamori ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Phode-funsi ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sardi-jukam ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Dama ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Khansi upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Lakwa ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Gathia ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Nind ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Mind aur Memory ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Danto ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Muh ke chhalon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Mirgi ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Chakkar ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sickling ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pathari ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pilea ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Medicinal Flora associated with Asian Farming Communities

-Comments of Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh on Therapeutic Orchids of Manipur

-Plants used as Live Fence in rural India

-Medicinal Plants for Herbal Gardens

-Medicinal Herbs associated with Tree Shade Therapy

-Medicinal plants associated with Horticulture Therapy

-Medicinal plants used in Ancient Herbo-yoga therapy

-Less researched Medicinal plants of Central India

-Medicinal plants associated with Ancient Tantra

-Gupt Rogon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Atisar ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Dandruff ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Reedh ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pashuon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Medicinal Plants used in Religious Ceremonies

-Medicinal Plants used against evil spirits

-Medicinal Plants popular among tribal Tantriks

-Medicinal Plants used against Bed Bug (Cimex)

-Medicinal Plants used as Mosquito repellent

-Medicinal Plants used in snake bite

-Medicinal Plants used in Scorpion sting

-Medicinal Plants beneficial for newly wed couples

-Medicinal Plants traditionally used for wild fire management

-Emergency Herbs of Asia

-Medicinal Plants used by farmers working in deep water rice fields

-Medicinal Plants useful for alcoholics

-Medicinal Plants for harmful effects of Cannabis

-Sustainable Harvesting of Arjun bark (Terminalia arjuna) by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Maida bark (Litsea glutinosa) by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Lannea coromandelica bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Mitragyna parvifolia bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Kanker

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Deobhog

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Niyamgiri Hills

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Amarkantak

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Mandla

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Chhindwara

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Narsinghnath

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Surguja

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Raigarh

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Jashpur

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Narayanpur

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Medak District

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Vidarbha

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Balaghat

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Sukma

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Bindranavagarh

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Pairi river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Narmada river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Mahanadi river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Jonk river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Indravati river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Sheonath river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Bagh river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Pench river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Shankhini river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Tava river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Chambal river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Krishna river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Ganga river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Yamuna river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Chhota Nagpur

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Panchmarhi

-Compilation of Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Works at Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur, India (1990-2001),

-Healing Wild Flowers of India

-Indian Forest Plants with promising antimicrobial activities

-Wrightia tinctoria and wild fruits based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Medicinal Dendrobium based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Wild Mushroom based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Medicinal Weeds based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Wild Tubers based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Sustainable Harvesting of Pterocarpus marsupium bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Terminalia chebula bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Oroxylum indicum bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Chloroxylon swietenia bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Medicinal Plants for harmful effects of Bidi smoking

-Medicinal Plants beneficial for Bare Foot Crushing Treatment

-Medicinal Plants used with Ancient Pelopathy

-Medicinal Plants for Medicinal Plant Garden designed for Diabetics

-Forest Genetic Resources Conservation and Management in Traditional Healers ways

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Hyblaea puera in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Xyleutes ceramicus in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Xyleutes ceramicus in Gmelina arborea

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Phyllactinia guttata in Gmelina arborea

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Gnomonia sp. in Gmelina arborea

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Phomopsis tectonae in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Fusarium solani in Albizia lebbeck

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Cercospora glauca in Albizia lebbeck

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Camptomeris albiziicola in Albizia lebbeck

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Ralstonia

solanacearum in Tectona grandis

 

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Worker at a lumberyard in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The hardwood Mukula has been illegally logged and traded from Zambia and DRC to China for the last decade, feeding the increasing demand for "rosewood" in Chinese market.⠀ . ⠀ Greenpeace China worked with with award-winning photographer Lu Guang to document the trade of pterocarpus tinctorius, or Mukula from Zambia and the DRC to China. ⠀ .⠀ #documentary #logging #nature #conservation #trees #timber #forests⠀ .⠀ :copyright: Lu Guang / Greenpeace

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The head of the lamp is made of Senegalese gourd. Its diameters are 25 and 27cm. Height of whole lamp is 161cm.

White carvings are deeper layer of wood which allows some light to pass through it.

On the top of the lamp is closing part locked with little magnets. The supporting spine is finished with brown jeweler waxed string.

The base is made of Padouk wood (Pterocarpus soyauxii) from central-west Africa (Nigeria, Congo). The diameter is 32cm and it is made by Stanisław “Siacho” Smerecki from UniqueWoodDesign.

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The head of the lamp is made of Senegalese gourd. Its diameters are 25 and 27cm. Height of whole lamp is 161cm.

White carvings are deeper layer of wood which allows some light to pass through it.

On the top of the lamp is closing part locked with little magnets. The supporting spine is finished with brown jeweler waxed string.

The base is made of Padouk wood (Pterocarpus soyauxii) from central-west Africa (Nigeria, Congo). The diameter is 32cm and it is made by Stanisław “Siacho” Smerecki from UniqueWoodDesign.

Taiping Lake Gardens is the first public garden established during the British rule in Malaysia. This beautiful garden is located near Bukit Larut and within the town center and the Taiping Zoo.

 

The Taiping Lake Gardens was originally a mining site before it was established as gardens to the public in 1880. The idea of establishing a public garden was much devoted to Colonel Robert Sandilands Frowd Walker. The garden was later developed precisely by Charles Compton Reade (1884 – 1933), who was also responsible for planning the Kuala Lumpur garden town. The abandoned tin mine was generously donated by the prominent Chinese Capitalist of Perak and also former Perak State Council member, Mr. Chung Thye Phin (son of Mr. Chung Keng Quee) as the recreation park for the public use. In 1884, the gardens were furnished with grasses, flowers and trees, and part of the gardens was fenced, to avoid the bulls enter the gardens. This 64 hectares land was the first public gardens in Malaya and proudly declared as the most beautiful and well maintained gardens during the heyday and today. There are ten scenic lakes and ponds that made the gardens even more picturesque. Along the Residency Road, near the gardens, were golden rain trees or its Malay name, angsana tree (pterocarpus indicus), planted along the pathway. Its beauty was described by C.W. Harrison in his book, An Illustrated Guide to the Federated Malay States, “that the angsana trees rained down in golden snow, providing a carpet fit for the sultan”. In George L. Peet’s, A Journal in the Federal Capital, when he visited Taiping in 1933, said “I know of no more lovely sight in this country than the Taiping gardens when the rays of the early morning sun are shining obliquely through their clumps of bamboo, palms and isolated trees scattered on islands among the expanse of water. One receives in that glorious half hour an experience of light in foliage that is quite unobtainable in England”.

 

There are few private and government houses located near the gardens, among of it are the Old Residency (the home of Secretary to the Resident), the Raja’s House at the junction of Birch Road and Residency Road, the army officers residences at Batu Tugoh Road.

 

The gardens were so beautiful that attracted many travelers to pen down its beauty, in Cuthbert Woodville Harrison, An Illustrated Guide to the Federated Malay States published in 1911 he described,

 

“The streets are shaded by rows of the angsena tree, which at irregular intervals bursts forth into a riot of blossoms, even more yellow than those of the laburnum. These it rains down in golden snow upon the streets, providing a carpet fit for a Sultan, for yellow is the royal colour in the East. With its golden snow, the angsena spreads abroad an almost overpowering scent, even more sweet than the smell of the pinang blossom. Most of the towns in Malaya have planted this Pterocarpus indicus as shade tree, but in Taiping it has grown to a greater height than elsewhere”.

 

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A visit to the Butterflies at RHS Wisley 1/3/2017

 

The Peleides Blue Morpho, Common Morpho,[1] or The Emperor[2] (Morpho peleides)[3] is an iridescent tropical butterfly found in Mexico, Central America, northern South America, Paraguay, and Trinidad. Some authorities[4] believe that peleides is a subspecies of Morpho helenor.[5]

 

The brilliant blue color in the butterfly's wings is caused by the diffraction of the light from millions of tiny scales on its wings. It uses this to frighten away predators, by flashing its wings rapidly. The wingspan of the Blue Morpho butterfly ranges from 7.5–20 cm (3.0–7.9 in). The entire Blue Morpho butterfly lifecycle, from egg to adult is only 115 days. Known larval foodplants are Leguminosae (Arachis hypogaea, Dioclea wilsonii, Inga spp., Lonchocarpus, Machaerium cobanense, Machaerium salvadorense, Machaerium seemannii, Medicago sativa, Mucuna mutisiana, Pithecellobium, Pterocarpus rohrii, Mucuna urens), and Bignoniaceae (Paragonia pyramidata). Morpho peleides drinks the juices from rotting fruits for food. Its favourites in captivity are mango, kiwi, and lychee. Morpho peleides butterflies live in the rainforests of South America, and can be found in Mexico and Central America.

 

The larvae of Morpho peleides butterflies are occasional cannibals. These caterpillars are red-brown with patches of bright green.

 

Morpho peleides butterflies stick together in groups to deter their predators, a form of mobbing behavior.[citation needed]

Septenary/Octonary Ingredients of Important Traditional Herbal Formulations from Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database

Oudhia, P. (2013). Rice for Health: Promising Medicinal Rice based Traditional Herbal Formulations from India. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Nutrition and metabolic bone disease in old age: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Skin diseases in Asia: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Malnutrition and liver diseases: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Pterocarpus marsupium with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Tinospora cordifolia with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Withania coagulans with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Momordica charantia with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Momordica dioica with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Ficus benghalensis with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Indigenous anti-diabetic medicinal plants and importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Industrial Dermatitis, Diabetes and Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

  

This picture is a part of Compilation of Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Works at Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur, India (1990-2001),

 

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FLOOR LAMP II – AFFIRMA

 

The head of the lamp is made of Senegalese gourd. Its diameters are 25 and 27cm. Height of whole lamp is 161cm.

White carvings are deeper layer of wood which allows some light to pass through it.

On the top of the lamp is closing part locked with little magnets. The supporting spine is finished with brown jeweler waxed string.

The base is made of Padouk wood (Pterocarpus soyauxii) from central-west Africa (Nigeria, Congo). The diameter is 32cm and it is made by Stanisław “Siacho” Smerecki from UniqueWoodDesign.

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FLOOR LAMP II – AFFIRMA

 

The head of the lamp is made of Senegalese gourd. Its diameters are 25 and 27cm. Height of whole lamp is 161cm.

White carvings are deeper layer of wood which allows some light to pass through it.

On the top of the lamp is closing part locked with little magnets. The supporting spine is finished with brown jeweler waxed string.

The base is made of Padouk wood (Pterocarpus soyauxii) from central-west Africa (Nigeria, Congo). The diameter is 32cm and it is made by Stanisław “Siacho” Smerecki from UniqueWoodDesign.

Septenary/Octonary Ingredients of Important Traditional Herbal Formulations from Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database

Oudhia, P. (2013). Rice for Health: Promising Medicinal Rice based Traditional Herbal Formulations from India. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Nutrition and metabolic bone disease in old age: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Skin diseases in Asia: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Malnutrition and liver diseases: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Pterocarpus marsupium with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Tinospora cordifolia with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Withania coagulans with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Momordica charantia with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Momordica dioica with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Ficus benghalensis with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Indigenous anti-diabetic medicinal plants and importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Industrial Dermatitis, Diabetes and Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

  

This picture is a part of Compilation of Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Works at Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur, India (1990-2001),

 

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Medicinal Plants of India with reference to Biodiversity rich dense forests of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Karnataka, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Manipur, Orissa, Rajasthan, Tamilnadu, Punjab, Haryana, West Bengal, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh.

 

This Picture is a part of Pankaj Oudhia's guest lectures on Conservation Agriculture, Traditional Agricultural Knowledge and Climate Change Mitigation. And That's how Climate Change is affecting Traditional Healing in Asia.

 

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-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Medicinal Rice based Herbal Formulations,

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Lathyrus based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Safed Musli based Herbal Formulations.

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-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Desi Maize based Herbal Formulations.

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-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Jute based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Cotton based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Vidhara based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Keu Kand based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Therapeutic Orchids based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Medicinal Tubers based Herbal Formulations

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-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Bastar

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Chhattisgarh Plains

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-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Kaas

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Rajasthan

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Gujarat

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-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Karnataka

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-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Odisha

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Uttarakhand

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Himachal Pradesh

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Goa

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Haryana

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Punjab

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Darjeeling

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Nepal

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Sri Lanka

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antiarthritic activity,

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-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antidiabetic activity,

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-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Anticancer activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Anticholinergic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Anticoagulant activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Anticonvulsant activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antidiuretic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antiemetic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antifungal activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antihistaminic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antiinflammatory activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antipsoriasis activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antipyretic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antithiamine activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antiulcer activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antiviral activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Anti-urolithiasis activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antifatigue activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Anticystic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antifertility (male) activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antifertility (Female) activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antileukaemic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antiarrhythemic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with antihyperlipidemic activity,

-Wound Healing medicinal plants of Telangana

-Wound Healing medicinal plants of Peninsular India

-Interactions with Traditional Healers of South India on promising wound healing medicinal plants,

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Chhattisgarh Farmers on Medicinal and Traditional Rice,

-Medicinal Orchids of Jharkhand in Traditional Formulations of Chhattisgarh

-Medicinal Orchids of Chhattisgarh in Traditional Formulations of Jharkhand

-Medicinal Orchids of Jharkhand in Traditional Formulations of Orissa

-Medicinal Orchids of Uttarakhand in Traditional Formulations of Chhattisgarh

-Medicinal Orchids of Chhattisgarh in Traditional Formulations of Madhya Pradesh

-Ficus based Herbal Formulations popular among the Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Orissa

-Terminalia based Herbal Formulations commonly used by the Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh, Orissa and Tamilnadu.

-Cassia based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Tephrosia based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Acacia based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Mahua based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Medicinal Rice based Herbal Formulations from Karnataka

-Medicinal Rice based Herbal Formulations from Orissa

-Importance of lowland Traditional Rice in Indian Traditional Healing

-Forgotten Ethnoveterinary Formulations of Asia

-Medicinal Weeds and related Herbal Formulations from Sri Lanka

-Healing Herbs associated with Ancient Yagyas from Nepal

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with herb traders of Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

-50 common approaches adopted by the Traditional Healers of Africa and Asia.

-Organic Farming of Medicinal and Aromatic crops in India

-Indigenous plants used in Traditionally prepared Herbal Cigarettes

-That’s how popular smokes based on medicinal herbs play key role in public health in India

-Healing Flora of Bhutan and comments of Indian Traditional Healers

-Chinese Herbs used in Indian Traditional Healing

-Medicinal Mushroom species of Satpura Range

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Naga Sadhus on Cancer Formulations

-औषधीय खरपतवारों पर इंदिरा गाँधी कृषि विश्वविद्यालय, रायपुर में पंकज अवधिया का शोध कार्य (वर्ष १९९०-२००१)

-Kodo Millet as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Ragi as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Kutki Millet as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Sawa as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Indigenous Knowledge on Medicinal Plants: Pankaj Oudhia’s Interactions with senior Millet growers of Central India

-Indigenous Knowledge on Medicinal Plants: Pankaj Oudhia’s Interactions with senior Millet growers of South India

-Indigenous Knowledge on Medicinal Plants: Pankaj Oudhia’s Interactions with senior Rice growers of Andhra Pradesh

-Over 3000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Karnataka

-Over 2000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Kerala

-Over 4000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh

-Chhattisgarh Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Orissa Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Jharkhand Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-West Bengal Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Maharashtra Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Andhra Pradesh Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Medicinal weeds in Rice crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Wheat crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Chickpea crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Tuar crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Soybean crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Sesame crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Linseed crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Sunflower crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Safflower crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Niger crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Buckwheat crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Green Gram crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Black Gram crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Lathyrus crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Cotton crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Jute crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Brinjal crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Tomato crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Potato crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Mesta crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Jowar crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Pearlmillet crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Kodo Millet crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Okra crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Kamar Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Balo ke rogon me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Ghutne ke Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sir Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kamjori me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Motapa kam karne me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pet ke Keede me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kabj me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Naksir me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Fatigue me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kaan Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Bawasir me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Virya Badane me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kil Muhanso me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Masik Darm ke samay upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Vaat Rogon me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Vitiligo me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Psoriasis me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Motiabind me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Khujli me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Safed Paani me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Garbhavsthaa me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Der tak Sex ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Hathi Pav ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Malaria ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Ghamori ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Phode-funsi ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sardi-jukam ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Dama ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Khansi upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Lakwa ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Gathia ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Nind ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Mind aur Memory ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Danto ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Muh ke chhalon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Mirgi ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Chakkar ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sickling ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pathari ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pilea ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Medicinal Flora associated with Asian Farming Communities

-Comments of Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh on Therapeutic Orchids of Manipur

-Plants used as Live Fence in rural India

-Medicinal Plants for Herbal Gardens

-Medicinal Herbs associated with Tree Shade Therapy

-Medicinal plants associated with Horticulture Therapy

-Medicinal plants used in Ancient Herbo-yoga therapy

-Less researched Medicinal plants of Central India

-Medicinal plants associated with Ancient Tantra

-Gupt Rogon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Atisar ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Dandruff ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Reedh ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pashuon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Medicinal Plants used in Religious Ceremonies

-Medicinal Plants used against evil spirits

-Medicinal Plants popular among tribal Tantriks

-Medicinal Plants used against Bed Bug (Cimex)

-Medicinal Plants used as Mosquito repellent

-Medicinal Plants used in snake bite

-Medicinal Plants used in Scorpion sting

-Medicinal Plants beneficial for newly wed couples

-Medicinal Plants traditionally used for wild fire management

-Emergency Herbs of Asia

-Medicinal Plants used by farmers working in deep water rice fields

-Medicinal Plants useful for alcoholics

-Medicinal Plants for harmful effects of Cannabis

-Sustainable Harvesting of Arjun bark (Terminalia arjuna) by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Maida bark (Litsea glutinosa) by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Lannea coromandelica bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Mitragyna parvifolia bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Kanker

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Deobhog

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Niyamgiri Hills

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Amarkantak

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Mandla

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Chhindwara

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Narsinghnath

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Surguja

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Raigarh

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Jashpur

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Narayanpur

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Medak District

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Vidarbha

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Balaghat

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Sukma

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Bindranavagarh

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Pairi river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Narmada river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Mahanadi river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Jonk river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Indravati river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Sheonath river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Bagh river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Pench river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Shankhini river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Tava river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Chambal river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Krishna river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Ganga river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Yamuna river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Chhota Nagpur

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Panchmarhi

-Compilation of Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Works at Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur, India (1990-2001),

-Healing Wild Flowers of India

-Indian Forest Plants with promising antimicrobial activities

-Wrightia tinctoria and wild fruits based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Medicinal Dendrobium based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Wild Mushroom based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Medicinal Weeds based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Wild Tubers based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Sustainable Harvesting of Pterocarpus marsupium bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Terminalia chebula bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Oroxylum indicum bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Chloroxylon swietenia bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Medicinal Plants for harmful effects of Bidi smoking

-Medicinal Plants beneficial for Bare Foot Crushing Treatment

-Medicinal Plants used with Ancient Pelopathy

-Medicinal Plants for Medicinal Plant Garden designed for Diabetics

-Pankaj Oudhia’s research work on Parthenium hysterophorus (1990-2012)

-Forest Genetic Resources Conservation and Management in Traditional Healers ways

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Hyblaea puera in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Xyleutes ceramicus in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Xyleutes ceramicus in Gmelina arborea

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Phyllactinia guttata in Gmelina arborea

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Gnomonia sp. in Gmelina arborea

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Phomopsis tectonae in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides in Tectona grandis

-Manage Diabetes Type 2 through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Hypertension through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Mental Stress through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Sleep Disorders through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Migraine through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Old wounds through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Dental Carries through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Life style diseases through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Obesity through Wild Fruits of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Leucoderma (Vitiligo) through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Diabetes Type 2 through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Hypertension through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Mental Stress through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Sleep Disorders through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Migraine through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Old wounds through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Dental Carries through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Life style diseases through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Obesity through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Manage Leucoderma (Vitiligo) through Wild Orchids of Jharkhand : Pankaj Oudhia’s Recommendations based on Ethnobotanical Surveys

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Fusarium solani in Albizia lebbeck

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Cercospora glauca in Albizia lebbeck

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Camptomeris albiziicola in Albizia lebbeck

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Ralstonia

solanacearum in Tectona grandis

 

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Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Bronchocele? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Renal Calculi? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Spinal Cord Injuries? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Carbuncles? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Cataract? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Cheloid? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Chicken pox? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Chlorosis? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Wounds and Injuries? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Cholecystitis? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Cholera? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Herpes Zoster? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Vulvar Diseases? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Sweat Gland Diseases? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Clairvoyance? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Splenic Diseases? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Syphilis? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Yellow Fever? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Testicular Diseases? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Conjunctivitis? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Constipation?

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Acacia jacquemontii in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Amarkantak region(N-series-6): Cervical glands swollen (Traditional Medicines for Throat and Chest), 38 Acacia leucophloea in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Jashpur region(N-series-6): Cough accompanied with stitches in the liver (Traditional Medicines for Throat and Chest), 39 Acacia melonoxylon in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Amarkantak region(N-series-6): Hoarseness with Coryza (Traditional Medicines for Throat and Chest), 40 Acacia modesta in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on Improvement of Patalkot Formulations (N-series-6): Renal Calculi (Traditional Medicines for Healthy Living), 41 Acacia nilotica in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Bilaspur region(N-series-6): Skin feels clammy in hectic fever (Traditional Medicines for Healthy Living), 42 Acacia pennata in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Amarkantak region(N-series-6): Cervical glands swollen (Traditional Medicines for Throat and Chest), 43 Acacia planifrons in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Jashpur region(N-series-6): Cough accompanied with stitches in the liver (Traditional Medicines for Throat and Chest), 44 Acacia polyacantha in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Amarkantak region(N-series-6): Dry Larynx (Traditional Medicines for Throat and Chest), WILLD. polycantha in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Jashpur region(N-series-6): Cough accompanied with stitches in the liver (Traditional Medicines for Throat and Chest), 45 Acacia polyantha in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Bilaspur region(N-series-6): Sweat never relieves in fever (Traditional Medicines for Healthy Living), 46 Acacia pseudo-eburnea in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Jashpur region(N-series-6): Cough accompanied with stitches in the liver (Traditional Medicines for Throat and Chest), 47 Acacia pycnantha in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Jashpur region(N-series-6): Bitter or bilious vomit (Traditional Medicines for Throat and Chest), 48 Acacia rugata in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Amarkantak region(N-series-6): Cervical glands swollen (Traditional Medicines for Throat and Chest), 49 Acacia senegal in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Bilaspur region(N-series-6): Hectic fever with cold sweat (Traditional Medicines for Healthy Living), 50 Acacia sinuata in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Jashpur region(N-series-6): Cough accompanied with stitches in the chest (Traditional Medicines for Throat and Chest), 51 Acacia speciosa in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Bilaspur region(N-series-6): Skin feels clammy in hectic fever (Traditional Medicines for Healthy Living), 52 Acacia suma in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Amarkantak region(N-series-6): Hoarseness with Coryza (Traditional Medicines for Throat and Chest), 53 Acacia tomentosa in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on Improvement of Patalkot Formulations (N-series-6): Nymphomania in females (Traditional Medicines for Healthy Living), 54 Acacia torta in Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents on improvement of Promising Herbal Formulations used by Traditional Cancer Experts of Dhamtari region(N-series-6): Moaning continuously in sleep (Traditional Medicines for Healthy Living),

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FLOOR LAMP II – AFFIRMA

 

The head of the lamp is made of Senegalese gourd. Its diameters are 25 and 27cm. Height of whole lamp is 161cm.

White carvings are deeper layer of wood which allows some light to pass through it.

On the top of the lamp is closing part locked with little magnets. The supporting spine is finished with brown jeweler waxed string.

The base is made of Padouk wood (Pterocarpus soyauxii) from central-west Africa (Nigeria, Congo). The diameter is 32cm and it is made by Stanisław “Siacho” Smerecki from UniqueWoodDesign.

Septenary/Octonary Ingredients of Important Traditional Herbal Formulations from Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database

Oudhia, P. (2013). Rice for Health: Promising Medicinal Rice based Traditional Herbal Formulations from India. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Nutrition and metabolic bone disease in old age: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Skin diseases in Asia: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Malnutrition and liver diseases: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Pterocarpus marsupium with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Tinospora cordifolia with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Withania coagulans with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Momordica charantia with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Momordica dioica with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Ficus benghalensis with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Indigenous anti-diabetic medicinal plants and importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Industrial Dermatitis, Diabetes and Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

  

This picture is a part of Compilation of Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Works at Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur, India (1990-2001),

 

पंकज अवधिया का मेडीसिनल प्लांट डेटाबेस: जीवनरक्षक जड़ी-बूटियाँ

 

कृषि वैज्ञानिक एवम जैव-विविधता विशेषज्ञ पंकज अवधिया भारतीय जड़ी-बूटियों से सम्बन्धित पारम्परिक चिकित्सकीय ज्ञान का दस्तावेजीकरण कर रहे हैं| "जीवनरक्षक जड़ी-बूटियाँ" नामक यह श्रृंखला उनके हाल ही में किये गये वानस्पतिक सर्वेक्षणों पर आधारित है| अधिक जानकारी के लिए उनकी वेबसाईट पर जाएँ|

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Millions of pages on Indian Traditional Healing

 

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( Also at Scribd--Pankaj Oudhia’s series on Interesting Stories behind the Names of Plants in India. 1-100)

 

Thousands of Films and Film Strips on Herbal Wealth

 

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Medicinal Plants of India with reference to Biodiversity rich dense forests of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Karnataka, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Manipur, Orissa, Rajasthan, Tamilnadu, Punjab, Haryana, West Bengal, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh.

 

This Picture is a part of Pankaj Oudhia's guest lectures on Conservation Agriculture, Traditional Agricultural Knowledge and Climate Change Mitigation. And That's how Climate Change is affecting Traditional Healing in Asia.

 

This Picture is a part of Pankaj Oudhia's report on Indian Medicinal Plants as well as Herbal Formulations used with Traditional Entomophagy and Entomotherapy.

 

This Picture is part of Pankaj Oudhia’s E-reports (list is given below)

 

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for Ecofriendly pest management in Modern Rice.

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for Ecofriendly pest management in Traditional Rice.

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for Ecofriendly pest management in Medicinal Rice.

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for Ecofriendly pest management in Kodo Millet cultivation for Diabetics.

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for Ecofriendly pest management in Traditional Pulses.

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for Ecofriendly pest management in Traditional Oilseeds.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Medicinal Rice based Herbal Formulations,

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Lathyrus based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Safed Musli based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Mucuna pruriens based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia) based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Gulbakawali based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Paneer Phool based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Telia Kand based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Wheat based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Desi Maize based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Medicinal Weeds based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Medicinal Millets based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Chickpea based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Jute based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Cotton based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Vidhara based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Keu Kand based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Therapeutic Orchids based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Medicinal Tubers based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Medicinal Climbers based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Medicinal Shrubs based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Bastar

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Chhattisgarh Plains

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Jabalpur

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Mandla

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Amarkantak

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Vidarbha

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Kaas

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Rajasthan

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Gujarat

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Tamilnadu

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Kerala

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Karnataka

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Andhra Pradesh

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Odisha

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Uttarakhand

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Himachal Pradesh

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Goa

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Haryana

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Punjab

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Darjeeling

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Nepal

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Experienced Traditional Healers on Flora of Sri Lanka

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antiarthritic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antisickling activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antidiabetic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Hepatoprotective activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Renoprotective activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antidiabetic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Analgesic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Anthelmintic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antibacterial activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Anticancer activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Anticholinergic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Anticoagulant activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Anticonvulsant activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antidiuretic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antiemetic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antifungal activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antihistaminic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antiinflammatory activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antipsoriasis activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antipyretic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antithiamine activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antiulcer activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antiviral activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Anti-urolithiasis activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antifatigue activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Anticystic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antifertility (male) activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antifertility (Female) activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antileukaemic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with Antiarrhythemic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity Hot Spots with antihyperlipidemic activity,

-Wound Healing medicinal plants of Telangana

-Wound Healing medicinal plants of Peninsular India

-Interactions with Traditional Healers of South India on promising wound healing medicinal plants,

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Chhattisgarh Farmers on Medicinal and Traditional Rice,

-Medicinal Orchids of Jharkhand in Traditional Formulations of Chhattisgarh

-Medicinal Orchids of Chhattisgarh in Traditional Formulations of Jharkhand

-Medicinal Orchids of Jharkhand in Traditional Formulations of Orissa

-Medicinal Orchids of Uttarakhand in Traditional Formulations of Chhattisgarh

-Medicinal Orchids of Chhattisgarh in Traditional Formulations of Madhya Pradesh

-Ficus based Herbal Formulations popular among the Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Orissa

-Terminalia based Herbal Formulations commonly used by the Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh, Orissa and Tamilnadu.

-Cassia based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Tephrosia based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Acacia based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Mahua based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Medicinal Rice based Herbal Formulations from Karnataka

-Medicinal Rice based Herbal Formulations from Orissa

-Importance of lowland Traditional Rice in Indian Traditional Healing

-Forgotten Ethnoveterinary Formulations of Asia

-Medicinal Weeds and related Herbal Formulations from Sri Lanka

-Healing Herbs associated with Ancient Yagyas from Nepal

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with herb traders of Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

-50 common approaches adopted by the Traditional Healers of Africa and Asia.

-Organic Farming of Medicinal and Aromatic crops in India

-Indigenous plants used in Traditionally prepared Herbal Cigarettes

-That’s how popular smokes based on medicinal herbs play key role in public health in India

-Healing Flora of Bhutan and comments of Indian Traditional Healers

-Chinese Herbs used in Indian Traditional Healing

-Medicinal Mushroom species of Satpura Range

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Naga Sadhus on Cancer Formulations

-औषधीय खरपतवारों पर इंदिरा गाँधी कृषि विश्वविद्यालय, रायपुर में पंकज अवधिया का शोध कार्य (वर्ष १९९०-२००१)

-Kodo Millet as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Ragi as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Kutki Millet as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Sawa as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Indigenous Knowledge on Medicinal Plants: Pankaj Oudhia’s Interactions with senior Millet growers of Central India

-Indigenous Knowledge on Medicinal Plants: Pankaj Oudhia’s Interactions with senior Millet growers of South India

-Indigenous Knowledge on Medicinal Plants: Pankaj Oudhia’s Interactions with senior Rice growers of Andhra Pradesh

-Over 3000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Karnataka

-Over 2000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Kerala

-Over 4000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh

-Chhattisgarh Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Orissa Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Jharkhand Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-West Bengal Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Maharashtra Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Andhra Pradesh Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Medicinal weeds in Rice crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Wheat crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Chickpea crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Tuar crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Soybean crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Sesame crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Linseed crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Sunflower crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Safflower crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Niger crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Buckwheat crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Green Gram crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Black Gram crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Lathyrus crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Cotton crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Jute crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Brinjal crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Tomato crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Potato crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Mesta crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Jowar crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Pearlmillet crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Kodo Millet crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Okra crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Kamar Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Balo ke rogon me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Ghutne ke Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sir Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kamjori me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Motapa kam karne me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pet ke Keede me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kabj me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Naksir me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Fatigue me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kaan Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Bawasir me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Virya Badane me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kil Muhanso me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Masik Darm ke samay upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Vaat Rogon me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Vitiligo me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Psoriasis me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Motiabind me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Khujli me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Safed Paani me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Garbhavsthaa me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Der tak Sex ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Hathi Pav ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Malaria ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Ghamori ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Phode-funsi ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sardi-jukam ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Dama ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Khansi upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Lakwa ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Gathia ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Nind ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Mind aur Memory ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Danto ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Muh ke chhalon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Mirgi ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Chakkar ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sickling ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pathari ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pilea ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Medicinal Flora associated with Asian Farming Communities

-Comments of Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh on Therapeutic Orchids of Manipur

-Plants used as Live Fence in rural India

-Medicinal Plants for Herbal Gardens

-Medicinal Herbs associated with Tree Shade Therapy

-Medicinal plants associated with Horticulture Therapy

-Medicinal plants used in Ancient Herbo-yoga therapy

-Less researched Medicinal plants of Central India

-Medicinal plants associated with Ancient Tantra

-Gupt Rogon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Atisar ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Dandruff ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Reedh ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pashuon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Medicinal Plants used in Religious Ceremonies

-Medicinal Plants used against evil spirits

-Medicinal Plants popular among tribal Tantriks

-Medicinal Plants used against Bed Bug (Cimex)

-Medicinal Plants used as Mosquito repellent

-Medicinal Plants used in snake bite

-Medicinal Plants used in Scorpion sting

-Medicinal Plants beneficial for newly wed couples

-Medicinal Plants traditionally used for wild fire management

-Emergency Herbs of Asia

-Medicinal Plants used by farmers working in deep water rice fields

-Medicinal Plants useful for alcoholics

-Medicinal Plants for harmful effects of Cannabis

-Sustainable Harvesting of Arjun bark (Terminalia arjuna) by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Maida bark (Litsea glutinosa) by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Lannea coromandelica bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Mitragyna parvifolia bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

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-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Chhindwara

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Narsinghnath

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Surguja

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Raigarh

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Jashpur

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-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Medak District

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-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Bindranavagarh

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-Indian Forest Plants with promising antimicrobial activities

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Taiping Lake Gardens is the first public garden established during the British rule in Malaysia. This beautiful garden is located near Bukit Larut and within the town center and the Taiping Zoo.

 

The Taiping Lake Gardens was originally a mining site before it was established as gardens to the public in 1880. The idea of establishing a public garden was much devoted to Colonel Robert Sandilands Frowd Walker. The garden was later developed precisely by Charles Compton Reade (1884 – 1933), who was also responsible for planning the Kuala Lumpur garden town. The abandoned tin mine was generously donated by the prominent Chinese Capitalist of Perak and also former Perak State Council member, Mr. Chung Thye Phin (son of Mr. Chung Keng Quee) as the recreation park for the public use. In 1884, the gardens were furnished with grasses, flowers and trees, and part of the gardens was fenced, to avoid the bulls enter the gardens. This 64 hectares land was the first public gardens in Malaya and proudly declared as the most beautiful and well maintained gardens during the heyday and today. There are ten scenic lakes and ponds that made the gardens even more picturesque. Along the Residency Road, near the gardens, were golden rain trees or its Malay name, angsana tree (pterocarpus indicus), planted along the pathway. Its beauty was described by C.W. Harrison in his book, An Illustrated Guide to the Federated Malay States, “that the angsana trees rained down in golden snow, providing a carpet fit for the sultan”. In George L. Peet’s, A Journal in the Federal Capital, when he visited Taiping in 1933, said “I know of no more lovely sight in this country than the Taiping gardens when the rays of the early morning sun are shining obliquely through their clumps of bamboo, palms and isolated trees scattered on islands among the expanse of water. One receives in that glorious half hour an experience of light in foliage that is quite unobtainable in England”.

 

There are few private and government houses located near the gardens, among of it are the Old Residency (the home of Secretary to the Resident), the Raja’s House at the junction of Birch Road and Residency Road, the army officers residences at Batu Tugoh Road.

 

The gardens were so beautiful that attracted many travelers to pen down its beauty, in Cuthbert Woodville Harrison, An Illustrated Guide to the Federated Malay States published in 1911 he described,

 

“The streets are shaded by rows of the angsena tree, which at irregular intervals bursts forth into a riot of blossoms, even more yellow than those of the laburnum. These it rains down in golden snow upon the streets, providing a carpet fit for a Sultan, for yellow is the royal colour in the East. With its golden snow, the angsena spreads abroad an almost overpowering scent, even more sweet than the smell of the pinang blossom. Most of the towns in Malaya have planted this Pterocarpus indicus as shade tree, but in Taiping it has grown to a greater height than elsewhere”.

 

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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taiping_Lake_Gardens

Taiping Lake Gardens is the first public garden established during the British rule in Malaysia. This beautiful garden is located near Bukit Larut and within the town center and the Taiping Zoo.

 

The Taiping Lake Gardens was originally a mining site before it was established as gardens to the public in 1880. The idea of establishing a public garden was much devoted to Colonel Robert Sandilands Frowd Walker. The garden was later developed precisely by Charles Compton Reade (1884 – 1933), who was also responsible for planning the Kuala Lumpur garden town. The abandoned tin mine was generously donated by the prominent Chinese Capitalist of Perak and also former Perak State Council member, Mr. Chung Thye Phin (son of Mr. Chung Keng Quee) as the recreation park for the public use. In 1884, the gardens were furnished with grasses, flowers and trees, and part of the gardens was fenced, to avoid the bulls enter the gardens. This 64 hectares land was the first public gardens in Malaya and proudly declared as the most beautiful and well maintained gardens during the heyday and today. There are ten scenic lakes and ponds that made the gardens even more picturesque. Along the Residency Road, near the gardens, were golden rain trees or its Malay name, angsana tree (pterocarpus indicus), planted along the pathway. Its beauty was described by C.W. Harrison in his book, An Illustrated Guide to the Federated Malay States, “that the angsana trees rained down in golden snow, providing a carpet fit for the sultan”. In George L. Peet’s, A Journal in the Federal Capital, when he visited Taiping in 1933, said “I know of no more lovely sight in this country than the Taiping gardens when the rays of the early morning sun are shining obliquely through their clumps of bamboo, palms and isolated trees scattered on islands among the expanse of water. One receives in that glorious half hour an experience of light in foliage that is quite unobtainable in England”.

 

There are few private and government houses located near the gardens, among of it are the Old Residency (the home of Secretary to the Resident), the Raja’s House at the junction of Birch Road and Residency Road, the army officers residences at Batu Tugoh Road.

 

The gardens were so beautiful that attracted many travelers to pen down its beauty, in Cuthbert Woodville Harrison, An Illustrated Guide to the Federated Malay States published in 1911 he described,

 

“The streets are shaded by rows of the angsena tree, which at irregular intervals bursts forth into a riot of blossoms, even more yellow than those of the laburnum. These it rains down in golden snow upon the streets, providing a carpet fit for a Sultan, for yellow is the royal colour in the East. With its golden snow, the angsena spreads abroad an almost overpowering scent, even more sweet than the smell of the pinang blossom. Most of the towns in Malaya have planted this Pterocarpus indicus as shade tree, but in Taiping it has grown to a greater height than elsewhere”.

 

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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taiping_Lake_Gardens

 

Tenerife.

Icod de los Vinos.

Mariposario del Drago.

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The Peleides Blue Morpho, Common Morpho,[1] or The Emperor[2] (Morpho peleides) is an iridescent tropical butterfly found in Mexico, Central America, northern South America, Paraguay, and Trinidad. Many authorities believe that peleides is a subspecies of Morpho helenor.

 

The brilliant blue color in the butterfly's wings is caused by the diffraction of the light from millions of tiny scales on its wings. It uses this to frighten away predators, by flashing its wings rapidly. The wingspan of the Blue Morpho butterfly ranges from 7.5–20 cm (3.0–7.9 in). The entire Blue Morpho butterfly lifecycle, from egg to adult is only 115 days. Known larval foodplants are Leguminosae (Arachis hypogaea, Dioclea wilsonii,Inga, spp., Lonchocarpus, Machaerium cobanense, Machaerium salvadorense, Machaerium seemannii, Medicago sativa, Mucuna mutisiana, Pithecellobium Pterocarpus rohrii and Mucuna urens) and Bignoniaceae (Paragonia pyramidata). Morpho peleides drinks the juices from rotting fruits for food. Its favourites in captivity are mango, kiwi, and lychee. Morpho peleides butterflies live in the rainforests of South America, and can be found in Mexico and Central America.

 

The larvae of Morpho peleides butterflies are occasional cannibals. The caterpillar Blue Morpho butterfly is red-brown with patches of bright green.

 

The Morpho peleides butterflies stick together in groups to deter their predators, a form of mobbing behavior.

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This series is a part of Research Report by Pankaj Oudhia on “100 days schedule for Treatment of Chronic Kidney Diseases” For details please visit at pankajoudhia.com

 

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Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Pouzolzia, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

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Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Pterocarpus, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Pterospermum, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Pueraria, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

Oudhia, Pankaj (2015). Pulicaria, Wild Rice and Medicinal Mushrooms based Tribal Herbal Medicines for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 4 From Medicinal Plant Database by Pankaj Oudhia, Audio Bank Project at pankajoudhia.com .

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The Peleides Blue Morpho, Common Morpho,[1] or The Emperor[2] (Morpho peleides) is an iridescent tropical butterfly found in Mexico, Central America, northern South America, Paraguay, and Trinidad. Many authorities[which?] believe that peleides is a subspecies of Morpho helenor.

 

The brilliant blue color in the butterfly's wings is caused by the diffraction of the light from millions of tiny scales on its wings. It uses this to frighten away predators, by flashing its wings rapidly. The wingspan of the Blue Morpho butterfly ranges from 7.5–20 cm (3.0–7.9 in). The entire Blue Morpho butterfly lifecycle, from egg to adult is only 115 days. Known larval foodplants are Leguminosae (Arachis hypogaea, Dioclea wilsonii,Inga, spp., Lonchocarpus, Machaerium cobanense, Machaerium salvadorense, Machaerium seemannii, Medicago sativa, Mucuna mutisiana, Pithecellobium Pterocarpus rohrii and Mucuna urens) and Bignoniaceae (Paragonia pyramidata). Morpho peleides drinks the juices from rotting fruits for food. Its favourites in captivity are mango, kiwi, and lychee. Morpho peleides butterflies live in the rainforests of South America, and can be found in Mexico and Central America.

 

The larvae of Morpho peleides butterflies are occasional cannibals. The caterpillar Blue Morpho butterfly is red-brown with patches of bright green.

 

The Morpho peleides butterflies stick together in groups to deter their predators, a form of mobbing behavior.

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Taiping Lake Gardens is the first public garden established during the British rule in Malaysia. This beautiful garden is located near Bukit Larut and within the town center and the Taiping Zoo.

 

The Taiping Lake Gardens was originally a mining site before it was established as gardens to the public in 1880. The idea of establishing a public garden was much devoted to Colonel Robert Sandilands Frowd Walker. The garden was later developed precisely by Charles Compton Reade (1884 – 1933), who was also responsible for planning the Kuala Lumpur garden town. The abandoned tin mine was generously donated by the prominent Chinese Capitalist of Perak and also former Perak State Council member, Mr. Chung Thye Phin (son of Mr. Chung Keng Quee) as the recreation park for the public use. In 1884, the gardens were furnished with grasses, flowers and trees, and part of the gardens was fenced, to avoid the bulls enter the gardens. This 64 hectares land was the first public gardens in Malaya and proudly declared as the most beautiful and well maintained gardens during the heyday and today. There are ten scenic lakes and ponds that made the gardens even more picturesque. Along the Residency Road, near the gardens, were golden rain trees or its Malay name, angsana tree (pterocarpus indicus), planted along the pathway. Its beauty was described by C.W. Harrison in his book, An Illustrated Guide to the Federated Malay States, “that the angsana trees rained down in golden snow, providing a carpet fit for the sultan”. In George L. Peet’s, A Journal in the Federal Capital, when he visited Taiping in 1933, said “I know of no more lovely sight in this country than the Taiping gardens when the rays of the early morning sun are shining obliquely through their clumps of bamboo, palms and isolated trees scattered on islands among the expanse of water. One receives in that glorious half hour an experience of light in foliage that is quite unobtainable in England”.

 

There are few private and government houses located near the gardens, among of it are the Old Residency (the home of Secretary to the Resident), the Raja’s House at the junction of Birch Road and Residency Road, the army officers residences at Batu Tugoh Road.

 

The gardens were so beautiful that attracted many travelers to pen down its beauty, in Cuthbert Woodville Harrison, An Illustrated Guide to the Federated Malay States published in 1911 he described,

 

“The streets are shaded by rows of the angsena tree, which at irregular intervals bursts forth into a riot of blossoms, even more yellow than those of the laburnum. These it rains down in golden snow upon the streets, providing a carpet fit for a Sultan, for yellow is the royal colour in the East. With its golden snow, the angsena spreads abroad an almost overpowering scent, even more sweet than the smell of the pinang blossom. Most of the towns in Malaya have planted this Pterocarpus indicus as shade tree, but in Taiping it has grown to a greater height than elsewhere”.

 

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Septenary/Octonary Ingredients of Important Traditional Herbal Formulations from Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database

Oudhia, P. (2013). Rice for Health: Promising Medicinal Rice based Traditional Herbal Formulations from India. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Nutrition and metabolic bone disease in old age: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Skin diseases in Asia: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Malnutrition and liver diseases: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Pterocarpus marsupium with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Tinospora cordifolia with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Withania coagulans with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Momordica charantia with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Momordica dioica with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Ficus benghalensis with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Indigenous anti-diabetic medicinal plants and importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Industrial Dermatitis, Diabetes and Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

  

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FLOOR LAMP II – AFFIRMA

 

The head of the lamp is made of Senegalese gourd. Its diameters are 25 and 27cm. Height of whole lamp is 161cm.

White carvings are deeper layer of wood which allows some light to pass through it.

On the top of the lamp is closing part locked with little magnets. The supporting spine is finished with brown jeweler waxed string.

The base is made of Padouk wood (Pterocarpus soyauxii) from central-west Africa (Nigeria, Congo). The diameter is 32cm and it is made by Stanisław “Siacho” Smerecki from UniqueWoodDesign.

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FLOOR LAMP II – AFFIRMA

 

The head of the lamp is made of Senegalese gourd. Its diameters are 25 and 27cm. Height of whole lamp is 161cm.

White carvings are deeper layer of wood which allows some light to pass through it.

On the top of the lamp is closing part locked with little magnets. The supporting spine is finished with brown jeweler waxed string.

The base is made of Padouk wood (Pterocarpus soyauxii) from central-west Africa (Nigeria, Congo). The diameter is 32cm and it is made by Stanisław “Siacho” Smerecki from UniqueWoodDesign.

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Medicinal Plants of India with reference to Biodiversity rich dense forests of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Karnataka, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Manipur, Orissa, Rajasthan, Tamilnadu, Punjab, Haryana, West Bengal, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh.

 

This Picture is a part of Pankaj Oudhia's guest lectures on Conservation Agriculture, Traditional Agricultural Knowledge and Climate Change Mitigation. And That's how Climate Change is affecting Traditional Healing in Asia.

 

This Picture is a part of Pankaj Oudhia's report on Indian Medicinal Plants as well as Herbal Formulations used with Traditional Entomophagy and Entomotherapy.

 

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-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for pest management in Modern Rice.

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for pest management in Traditional Rice.

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for pest management in Medicinal Rice.

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for pest management in Kodo Millet cultivation for Diabetics.

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for pest management in Traditional Pulses.

-Promising indigenous medicinal plants for pest management in Traditional Oilseeds.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Medicinal Rice based Herbal Formulations,

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Lathyrus based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Safed Musli based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Mucuna pruriens based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia) based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Gulbakawali based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Paneer Phool based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Telia Kand based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Wheat based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Desi Maize based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Medicinal Weeds based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Medicinal Millets based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Chickpea based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Jute based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Cotton based Herbal Formulations.

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Vidhara based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Keu Kand based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Therapeutic Orchids based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Medicinal Tubers based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Medicinal Climbers based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Medicinal Shrubs based Herbal Formulations

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Bastar

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Chhattisgarh Plains

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Jabalpur

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Mandla

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Amarkantak

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Vidarbha

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Kaas

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Rajasthan

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Gujarat

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Tamilnadu

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Kerala

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Karnataka

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Andhra Pradesh

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Odisha

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Uttarakhand

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Himachal Pradesh

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Goa

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Haryana

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Punjab

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Darjeeling

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Nepal

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Young Traditional Healers on Flora of Sri Lanka

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antiarthritic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antisickling activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antidiabetic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Hepatoprotective activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Renoprotective activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antidiabetic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Analgesic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Anthelmintic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antibacterial activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Anticancer activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Anticholinergic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Anticoagulant activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Anticonvulsant activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antidiuretic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antiemetic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antifungal activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antihistaminic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antiinflammatory activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antipsoriasis activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antipyretic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antithiamine activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antiulcer activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antiviral activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Anti-urolithiasis activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antifatigue activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Anticystic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antifertility (male) activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antifertility (Female) activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antileukaemic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with Antiarrhythemic activity,

-Medicinal Herbs and Herbal Formulations from Biodiversity rich wasteland with antihyperlipidemic activity,

-Wound Healing medicinal plants of Telangana

-Wound Healing medicinal plants of Peninsular India

-Interactions with Traditional Healers of South India on promising wound healing medicinal plants,

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Chhattisgarh Farmers on Medicinal and Traditional Rice,

-Medicinal Orchids of Jharkhand in Traditional Formulations of Chhattisgarh

-Medicinal Orchids of Chhattisgarh in Traditional Formulations of Jharkhand

-Medicinal Orchids of Jharkhand in Traditional Formulations of Orissa

-Medicinal Orchids of Uttarakhand in Traditional Formulations of Chhattisgarh

-Medicinal Orchids of Chhattisgarh in Traditional Formulations of Madhya Pradesh

-Ficus based Herbal Formulations popular among the Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Orissa

-Terminalia based Herbal Formulations commonly used by the Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh, Orissa and Tamilnadu.

-Cassia based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Tephrosia based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Acacia based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Mahua based common Herbal Formulations in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

-Medicinal Rice based Herbal Formulations from Karnataka

-Medicinal Rice based Herbal Formulations from Orissa

-Importance of lowland Traditional Rice in Indian Traditional Healing

-Forgotten Ethnoveterinary Formulations of Asia

-Medicinal Weeds and related Herbal Formulations from Sri Lanka

-Healing Herbs associated with Ancient Yagyas from Nepal

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with herb traders of Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

-50 common approaches adopted by the Traditional Healers of Africa and Asia.

-Organic Farming of Medicinal and Aromatic crops in India

-Indigenous plants used in Traditionally prepared Herbal Cigarettes

-That’s how popular smokes based on medicinal herbs play key role in public health in India

-Healing Flora of Bhutan and comments of Indian Traditional Healers

-Chinese Herbs used in Indian Traditional Healing

-Medicinal Mushroom species of Satpura Range

-Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Naga Sadhus on Cancer Formulations

-औषधीय खरपतवारों पर इंदिरा गाँधी कृषि विश्वविद्यालय, रायपुर में पंकज अवधिया का शोध कार्य (वर्ष १९९०-२००१)

-Kodo Millet as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Ragi as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Kutki Millet as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Sawa as Tribal medicinal crop in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa

-Indigenous Knowledge on Medicinal Plants: Pankaj Oudhia’s Interactions with senior Millet growers of Central India

-Indigenous Knowledge on Medicinal Plants: Pankaj Oudhia’s Interactions with senior Millet growers of South India

-Indigenous Knowledge on Medicinal Plants: Pankaj Oudhia’s Interactions with senior Rice growers of Andhra Pradesh

-Over 3000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Karnataka

-Over 2000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Kerala

-Over 4000 less known Vernacular names of Major Indian Herbs (and its etymology) used in Diabetes: Pankaj Oudhia’s interactions with Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh

-Chhattisgarh Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Orissa Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Jharkhand Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-West Bengal Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Maharashtra Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Andhra Pradesh Farmers approach towards utilization of weeds as medicine rather than managing it through weedicides.

-Medicinal weeds in Rice crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Wheat crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Chickpea crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Tuar crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Soybean crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Sesame crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Linseed crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Sunflower crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Safflower crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Niger crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Buckwheat crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Green Gram crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Black Gram crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Lathyrus crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Cotton crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Jute crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Brinjal crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Tomato crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Potato crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Mesta crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Jowar crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Pearlmillet crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Kodo Millet crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Medicinal weeds in Okra crop and Herbal Formulations based on it

-Kamar Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Balo ke rogon me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Ghutne ke Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sir Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kamjori me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Motapa kam karne me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pet ke Keede me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kabj me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Naksir me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Fatigue me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kaan Dard me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Bawasir me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Virya Badane me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Kil Muhanso me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Masik Darm ke samay upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Vaat Rogon me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Vitiligo me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Psoriasis me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Motiabind me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Khujli me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Safed Paani me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Garbhavsthaa me upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Der tak Sex ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Hathi Pav ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Malaria ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Ghamori ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Phode-funsi ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sardi-jukam ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Dama ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Khansi upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Lakwa ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Gathia ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Nind ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Mind aur Memory ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Danto ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Muh ke chhalon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Mirgi ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Chakkar ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Sickling ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pathari ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pilea ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Medicinal Flora associated with Asian Farming Communities

-Comments of Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh on Therapeutic Orchids of Manipur

-Plants used as Live Fence in rural India

-Medicinal Plants for Herbal Gardens

-Medicinal Herbs associated with Tree Shade Therapy

-Medicinal plants associated with Horticulture Therapy

-Medicinal plants used in Ancient Herbo-yoga therapy

-Less researched Medicinal plants of Central India

-Medicinal plants associated with Ancient Tantra

-Gupt Rogon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Atisar ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Dandruff ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Reedh ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Pashuon ke liye upyogi Desi Jadi-butiyan

-Medicinal Plants used in Religious Ceremonies

-Medicinal Plants used against evil spirits

-Medicinal Plants popular among tribal Tantriks

-Medicinal Plants used against Bed Bug (Cimex)

-Medicinal Plants used as Mosquito repellent

-Medicinal Plants used in snake bite

-Medicinal Plants used in Scorpion sting

-Medicinal Plants beneficial for newly wed couples

-Medicinal Plants traditionally used for wild fire management

-Emergency Herbs of Asia

-Medicinal Plants used by farmers working in deep water rice fields

-Medicinal Plants useful for alcoholics

-Medicinal Plants for harmful effects of Cannabis

-Sustainable Harvesting of Arjun bark (Terminalia arjuna) by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Maida bark (Litsea glutinosa) by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Lannea coromandelica bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Mitragyna parvifolia bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Kanker

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Deobhog

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Niyamgiri Hills

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Amarkantak

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Mandla

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Chhindwara

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Narsinghnath

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Surguja

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Raigarh

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Jashpur

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Narayanpur

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Medak District

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Vidarbha

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Balaghat

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Sukma

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Bindranavagarh

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Pairi river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Narmada river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Mahanadi river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Jonk river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Indravati river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Sheonath river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Bagh river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Pench river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Shankhini river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Tava river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Chambal river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Krishna river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Ganga river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Yamuna river belt

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Chhota Nagpur

-Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Panchmarhi

-Compilation of Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Works at Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur, India (1990-2001),

-Healing Wild Flowers of India

-Indian Forest Plants with promising antimicrobial activities

-Wrightia tinctoria and wild fruits based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Medicinal Dendrobium based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Wild Mushroom based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Medicinal Weeds based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Wrightia tinctoria and Wild Tubers based Traditional Herbal Formulations for Sickle Cell Anemia

-Sustainable Harvesting of Pterocarpus marsupium bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Terminalia chebula bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Oroxylum indicum bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Sustainable Harvesting of Chloroxylon swietenia bark by Traditional Healers of Chhattisgarh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge,

-Medicinal Plants for harmful effects of Bidi smoking

-Medicinal Plants beneficial for Bare Foot Crushing Treatment

-Medicinal Plants used with Ancient Pelopathy

-Medicinal Plants for Medicinal Plant Garden designed for Diabetics

-Forest Genetic Resources Conservation and Management in Traditional Healers ways

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Hyblaea puera in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Xyleutes ceramicus in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Xyleutes ceramicus in Gmelina arborea

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Phyllactinia guttata in Gmelina arborea

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Gnomonia sp. in Gmelina arborea

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Phomopsis tectonae in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides in Tectona grandis

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Fusarium solani in Albizia lebbeck

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Cercospora glauca in Albizia lebbeck

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Camptomeris albiziicola in Albizia lebbeck

-Promising Herbal Formulations for management of Ralstonia

solanacearum in Tectona grandis

 

Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Gleet? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Goitre? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Gonorrhoea? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Gout? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Green Sickness? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Haematouria? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Haemorrhoids? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Hay Fever? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Headache? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Heart Affections? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Heart burn? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Herpes? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Hiccough? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Hodgkins disease? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Homesickness? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Hives? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Hook worm disease? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for House maid's knee? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Orchitis? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Hygroma? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Hyper-acidity? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Hyperpyrexia? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Hypothyroidism? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Hysteria? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Knock-knee? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Laryngitis? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Leprosy? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Leucoderma? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Leucorrhoea? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Leukemia? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Lock Jaw? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Lumbago? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Marasmus? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Malarial fever? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Measles? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Melancholia? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Meningitis? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Menopause? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Migraine? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Mertritis? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Minieres disease? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Mumps? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Myasthenia? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Myopia? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Myositis? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Narcolepsy? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Nausea? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Nephritis? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Nettlerash? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Obesity? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Nymphomania? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Oedema? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Otalgia? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Otorrhoea? Pankaj Oudhia’s Series on May I suggest some promising Herbal Formulations for Paraplegia?

 

Related Research Documents

Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Blepharitis: Gossypium barbadense Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Canker-sores: Gossypium herbaceum Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Cardiac Asthma: Gossypium hirsutum Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Canker-sores: Gossypium indicum Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Bed Sores: Gossypium purpurascens Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Bronchitis: Gouania leptostachya Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Azoospermism: Gouania tiliaefolia Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Blepharitis: Grangea maderaspatana Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Broncho-pneumonia: Gratiola monnieria Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Bronchitis: Grevillea robusta Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Canker-sores: Grewia asiatica Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Cardiac Asthma: Grewia asiatica Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Bed Sores: Grewia elastica Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Bronchitis: Grewia helicterifolia Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Canker-sores: Grewia hirsuta Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Broncho-pneumonia: Grewia microcos Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations, Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Documents (पंकज अवधिया के शोध दस्तावेज ) on less known Indigenous Formulations for Blepharitis: Grewia oppositifolia Root based Traditional Herbal Formulations,

  

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FLOOR LAMP II – AFFIRMA

 

The head of the lamp is made of Senegalese gourd. Its diameters are 25 and 27cm. Height of whole lamp is 161cm.

White carvings are deeper layer of wood which allows some light to pass through it.

On the top of the lamp is closing part locked with little magnets. The supporting spine is finished with brown jeweler waxed string.

The base is made of Padouk wood (Pterocarpus soyauxii) from central-west Africa (Nigeria, Congo). The diameter is 32cm and it is made by Stanisław “Siacho” Smerecki from UniqueWoodDesign.

The Taiping Lake Gardens was originally a mining site before it was established as gardens to the public in 1880. The idea of establishing a public garden was much devoted to Colonel Robert Sandilands Frowd Walker. The garden was later developed precisely by Charles Compton Reade (1884 – 1933), who was also responsible for planning the Kuala Lumpur garden town. The abandoned tin mine was generously donated by the prominent Chinese Capitalist of Perak and also former Perak State Council member, Mr. Chung Thye Phin (son of Mr. Chung Keng Quee) as the recreation park for the public use. In 1884, the gardens were furnished with grasses, flowers and trees, and part of the gardens was fenced, to avoid the bulls enter the gardens. This 64 hectares land was the first public gardens in Malaya and proudly declared as the most beautiful and well maintained gardens during the heyday and today. There are ten scenic lakes and ponds that made the gardens even more picturesque. Along the Residency Road, near the gardens, were golden rain trees or its Malay name, angsana tree (pterocarpus indicus), planted along the pathway.

 

Information form: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taiping_Lake_Gardens

印度紫檀, 落葉大喬木. 英文名稱:, Rose Wood,Burma Coast Padauk. 學名:, Pterocarpus indicus Willd. 科別

Septenary/Octonary Ingredients of Important Traditional Herbal Formulations from Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database

Oudhia, P. (2013). Rice for Health: Promising Medicinal Rice based Traditional Herbal Formulations from India. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Nutrition and metabolic bone disease in old age: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Skin diseases in Asia: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Malnutrition and liver diseases: Importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Pterocarpus marsupium with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Tinospora cordifolia with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Withania coagulans with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Momordica charantia with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Momordica dioica with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Antidiabetic properties of Ficus benghalensis with forest plants in Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Indigenous anti-diabetic medicinal plants and importance of Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

Oudhia, P. (2013). Industrial Dermatitis, Diabetes and Indigenous Medicinal Rice Formulations. Medicinal Rice Formulations (1990-2013) in Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database at pankajoudhia.com

  

This picture is a part of Compilation of Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Works at Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur, India (1990-2001),

 

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