On Mar 23, 12:59 pm, "Aarti S. Khale" <aarti.kh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> *Date/Time* : 20th of October, 2008
> *Location Place* : on way from Kochi to Munnar ... *Altitude* : ... *GPS*:
> *Habitat* : Garden ... *Type* : cultivated
> *Plant Habit* : Herb ... *Height *: small plant ... *Length* :
> *Leaves Type *: ... *Shape* :as seen ... *Size* :
> *Inflorescence Type* : ... *Size* :
> *Flowers Size* : between 1-2 inches ... *Colour* : white ... *Calyx* : ...
> *Bracts* :
> *Fruits Type* : ... *Shape *: ... *Size* : ... *Seeds* :
> *Other Info* :
> *Fragrance* : did not check ... *Pollinator* : ... *Uses* :
> Found these at a place called Farmyard Restaurant on way from Kochi to
> Very tiny plants yet they were full of flowers & buds.
> Saw these in Kochi too.
> I think Prashant ji had posted pictures of the same flower from Baroda...not
> Way to Munnar-DSCN6327 20-Oct-08 2-59-34 PM.JPG
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On Mar 23, 4:47 am, tanay bose <tanaybos...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Arati Ji,
> The plant is *Wrightia antidysenterica*. The bark of this plant is used as
> an adulterant for the well known drug, Holarrhena *antidysenterica*[Kurchi].
On Mar 23, 8:35 pm, tanay bose <tanaybos...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Hari Ji,
> I dont know Ayurveda but i can assure you that *Wrightia
> antidysenterica*exists. Checkout from the link and also give a search
> in Google and you will
> get more evidences.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wrightia_antidysenterica
> The bark of *Wrightia antidysenterica* is used as an adulterant for
> Holarrhena antidysenterica, to confirm please see the linkhttp://toptropicals.com/catalog/uid/Wrightia_antidysenterica.htm