Flora And Fauna


Classical name: Tridax procumbens (ट्राइडैक्स प्रोकुम्बेंस)

About the Waistline:

Kambarmody is a small plant in the sunflower family. It grows more in the murumad region. It is a weed that grows in the fields and on fallow land in India. In Marathi, this shrub is once called once, its petal is called a stone leaf and its flower is called a gun flower. The leaves of this plant should contain iodine. When the leg is hit, or injured in any way, the juice of the leaf of this plant is removed and put on it. Template:Scientific affirmation that the air disinfects the wound and does not ripen; The wound is scratched. The juice of the leaves of this plant is used even when it comes to the mouth. It is a plant that grows about a foot from the ground. Kambarmody is a plant that spreads like a vine and is very fragile. If it gets a little shock, it breaks from anywhere.


Classical name: Terminalia chebula (टर्मिनलिया चेबुला)

About the Myrobalans:

Hirda is a natural Ayurvedic herb i.e. Jaributi which has been used by physicians for generations. The gum is a health booster and a healer. Baby deer of the hirda variety is found in large numbers in the Bhimashankar sanctuary. Its place in medicine and in health enhancing fluids is important. The gum is called "haritaki". Gum trees 25 to 30 m. They grow tall. The tree is bushy, sprawling and lasts for many years. Its wood is extremely hard. The height of the stem is 7 to 10 m. (Medium land) 24 to 30 m. (Fertile land) The bark of the stem is gray in color with numerous incisions on it. Leaves 10 to 30 s. I. Long, pointed, leaf veins are 6 to 8 and are in front of the front. The leaves are united at the ends. There is hair on the leaves in the tenderness. The details of this plant are also mentioned in various herbs. The therapeutic uses of gums have been described in Ayurvedic classics and other ancient medical literature.


Classical name: Terminalia bellirica (टर्मिनलिया बेलिरिका)

About the Behada:

Behda is a large deciduous tree in the family of combrataceae. The leaves of this tree are about 15 cm long. It is considered to be a good fodder for cattle. Behda is known in traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine. Its fruit is used in the popular Indian herbal chemical treatment Triphala. In Sanskrit, it is called Bibhitak. Behada is seen in large numbers in many forests of India.


Classical name: Rosary pea (रोझरी पीस)

About the Gunj:

Gunj is an Ayurvedic herb grown in India. It has a vine. The leaves of gunja are sweet and are used in the vida. In earlier times, it was a quantity used in India to weigh gold. (A gunj = 96th part of the tola). There are two species in Gunjet. One is white and the other is red. The roots and leaves of the white gums are used in medicine. It is a vegetative plant as well as a multi-year plant. In the tropics, this vine is found to be grown normally. It is also found in sparse humid forests. Gunj grows to about five to six meters with the support of another plant. The leaves are composite and symmetrical. The flowers are small and pink and come in the leaves. Pods come like pea pods. When they crack, four to six seeds come out of it. They are called Gunja. There are two types of red and white. There is a black dot on the red dome. Hes on the whole gunja sometimes. As useful as the roots of gunj are, eating gunja seeds causes poisoning and vomiting, diarrhoea, nausea, shortness of breath, impairment of liver function, etc. Symptoms are seen. If not treated, death can occur.


Classical name: Terminalia Arjuna (टर्मिनलिया अर्जुना)

About the Arjun:

The original Sanskrit word Arjuna means "white swachcha", "like the light of day". The Arjuna tree has got its name because of its white trunk. This tree of purely greenish-grey cover with a smooth trunk with a slight greenish-gray cover of white is of genuine Indian origin. When the top stem bark is gone, its stem looks fresh. This tree grows in places with running water for at least six to seven months of the year. This flowing water plants its seeds. Arjunas bark is slightly reddish in colour. Arjunas bark falls quickly. It does not have fibrous lines. Therefore, its powder is like a very smooth conch shell powder. The Arjuna tree stands like an ascetic sage who is 60 to 80 feet tall. In Madhya Pradesh, the Arjun tree cannot be cut down as a protected tree without the permission of the forest department. According to Ayurveda, Arjunas bark is beneficial for heart disease. It also makes the best eyes from its flowers. Arjunasava and Arjunarishta medicines are made from the bark. Arjuns bark is very beneficial along with milk but it should be taken on the advice of a doctor.

Bay Leaf

Classical name: Cinnamomum tamala (सिनामोमम तमाला)

About the Bay Leaf:

Bay leaf (cinnamon leaves) is widely used in Indian food. It is also used in spices. Bay leaf has many medicinal properties. The oil of these leaves is also extracted. A large amount of anti-oxidant is found in bay leaf. Apart from this, potassium, calcium, iron, selenium are also high. Cinnamon leaves help in enhancing the aroma of the meal. It is a delicacy that enhances the taste of the food. Also eating bay leaf is an extremely beneficial one. A large number of bay leaf trees are seen on Gupta Bhima Marg in Bhimashankar Sanctuary.


Classical name: Strobilanthes callosa (स्ट्रोबिलांथेस कॉलोसा)

About the Karvi:

This tree of Karvi grows like a shrub near the ground. The branches of this plant grow straight, straight and without sub-branches, in a dome-like shape through the roots of this root. This makes the shape of this plant look like a spinning basket. That is why in some areas this plant is called Basket Karvi. Since this plant grows on the open slopes, it is also known as Mal Karvi in some places.


Classical name: Lantana camara (लँटाना कॅमेरा)

About the Lantana:

The plant is a thorny shrub of the genus Verbinaceae and its classical name is Lantana Camra. This plant is native to the United States, the tropical region and was first brought to India for decoration. It is now commonly found in the extreme tropics everywhere in the states of Maharashtra and Karnataka etc. It grows so fast and crazy that it becomes difficult to eradicate it. The sandalwood plant grows as a sustenance on the roots of the dirt. So while cultivating sandalwood, in some places, thorny shrubs like dirt are planted with it.

Purple Manjiri

Classical name: Pogostemon deccanensis (पोगोस्टेमॉन डेक्केनेसिस)

About the Purple Manjiri:

One of the most important wildflowers in the splash of these colours on the malrans of sahyadri is the "purple manjiri". These flowers fall into the family Lamiaceae. The word deckinesis is found in the classical name, which is associated with the word Deccan. The Deccan is the mountain range of sahyadri and the terrain of the pathares on it. Manjiri is widely found on this very land, and therefore the word is mentioned in a suggestive sense in the classical name. Purple manjiri trees are full of aromatic substances, so different oils are extracted from them.

Butea Monosperma

Classical name: Butea monosperma (बुटीया मोनोस्पर्मा)

About the Butea Monosperma:

Pallas is an Ayurvedic herb grown in India. Its leaves remain as wide and thick as the palm. Its leaf is used for meals. In North India, the tree flowers dark orange in the spring season (around Holi), while in Maharashtra it flowers in the winter (December-January). These flowers were earlier used to paint. This method has lagged behind due to artificial chemical colour. Its seeds are very bitter. Its called palaspapadi. It has medicinal uses. This plant is called the Flame of the Forest in English, because the red flowers that come after the foliage have a flame-like shape and look like a full tree on fire.