Do not waste anything just because of this plant

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Do not waste anything just because of this plant, because it’s not just a wild plant and its medicinal applications
It is commonly known as cupid’s shaving brush.It is a soft annual herb grows up to 40 cm in height. Leaves simple, lyrate –pinnate with large terminal lobe; flowers purplish in corymbose heads, fruits oblong containing many seeds; seeds long, compressed, having terminal tuft of soft hairs for wind dispersal. “This medicinal plant provides excellent remedy for eyes, ears and throat complaints.” .

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The plant requires well drained soil and is drought resistant once they are established. It is an annual herb with weak or erect stems. Leaves are ovate or obovate. The plant flowers from July to October. The flowers are lavender, purple or pink in color. It occurs in open fields and waste lands. It contains calcium, phosphorous magnesium, sodium and potassium. It contains vitamins like riboflavin and niacin. The herb is used as a folk medicine. According to ayurveda the plant has katu, kasaya and tikta rasa, lakhu and grahi guna healer sheeth veerya.

The plant is effective in treating fever, tonsillitis. juice is a natural for eye diseases. It is also good in conditions like worm infections and allergy. The herb is useful in treating cough and bronchitis. Applying a paste on the thyroid region helps to cure the swelling in is sometimes used in cases of diabetes.

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