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Medicinal plants by rumash

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Medicinal plants by rumash

  1. 1. MEDICENAL PLANTSMEDICENAL PLANTS MADE BY- RUMASH SHAH GROUP-CMADE BY- RUMASH SHAH GROUP-C
  2. 2. TULSITULSI 1.1.TULSI IS A MEDICENAL PLANTS.TULSI IS A MEDICENAL PLANTS. 2.TULSI IS A WORSHIP PLANTS2.TULSI IS A WORSHIP PLANTS ALSO.ALSO.
  3. 3.   Shrub LandsShrub Lands  Shrub lands, characterized by small-leafedShrub lands, characterized by small-leafed deciduous and evergreen shrubs, are founddeciduous and evergreen shrubs, are found worldwide between 32 and 40 degrees north andworldwide between 32 and 40 degrees north and south of the equator. Climates in shrub land areassouth of the equator. Climates in shrub land areas vary from those with distinct wet and dry seasonsvary from those with distinct wet and dry seasons throughout the year to those with hot, dry summersthroughout the year to those with hot, dry summers and cool, moist winters. In North America shruband cool, moist winters. In North America shrub lands are common throughout the Americanlands are common throughout the American southwest.southwest.  John Buitenkant/Photo Researchers, Inc.John Buitenkant/Photo Researchers, Inc.  Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2009.Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2009. © 1993-2008© 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
  4. 4.  Chinese Lantern PlantChinese Lantern Plant  Chinese lantern plant gets its name fromChinese lantern plant gets its name from the papery red covering over the fruit,the papery red covering over the fruit, known as the calyx, that resembles aknown as the calyx, that resembles a Chinese paper lantern. According to theChinese paper lantern. According to the Doctrine of Signatures, a medical theoryDoctrine of Signatures, a medical theory from around the 14th century, the shapefrom around the 14th century, the shape and color of a plant suggests its medicaland color of a plant suggests its medical purpose. The puffy, bladder-shaped calyxpurpose. The puffy, bladder-shaped calyx of the Chinese lantern plant was used toof the Chinese lantern plant was used to treat disorders of the bladder and kidneys.treat disorders of the bladder and kidneys.
  5. 5.  Common Poisonous PlantsCommon Poisonous Plants  As many as one percent of all plant speciesAs many as one percent of all plant species may be toxic to humans and animals, theirmay be toxic to humans and animals, their effects ranging from skin irritation toeffects ranging from skin irritation to hallucinations, bone marrow destruction,hallucinations, bone marrow destruction, paralysis, vomiting, and heart failure.paralysis, vomiting, and heart failure. Poisonous plants occur in all habitats andPoisonous plants occur in all habitats and many cultivated gardens. Common varietiesmany cultivated gardens. Common varieties include (top, left to right) star-of-Bethlehem,include (top, left to right) star-of-Bethlehem, belladonna, poison ivy, poison oak, (bottom)belladonna, poison ivy, poison oak, (bottom) yew, oleander, wisteria, and poison.yew, oleander, wisteria, and poison.
  6. 6.  Crown Imperial PlantCrown Imperial Plant  The crown imperial, a species ofThe crown imperial, a species of fritillary, is native to the Himalayas. Thefritillary, is native to the Himalayas. The beauty of the herb’s bell-shaped flowersbeauty of the herb’s bell-shaped flowers contrasts with the skunklike odor givencontrasts with the skunklike odor given off by its uppermost leaves. Adapted tooff by its uppermost leaves. Adapted to the harsh conditions of high altitude, thethe harsh conditions of high altitude, the crown imperial can withstandcrown imperial can withstand temperatures as low as –29°C (-20°F).temperatures as low as –29°C (-20°F).

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