Herbal Garden 2018-07-31T07:57:32+00:00

Herbal Garden

Medicinal plants have a significant role in human life and India has a rich diversity of medicinal plants. About 90% of herbs are used in the manufacturing of AYUSH medicines.
The college has established an arboretum of medicinal plants with an objective to maintain a conservatory of the most common and important species of medicinal and aromatic plants which are being used in day-to-day primary health care. All the plant species were authentically identified by expert taxonomists, labelled and in many cases, their therapeutic values in curing different diseases are also highlighted.

Some important medicinal in our garden listed below:

  • Abrus precatorius (Gulaganji)
  • Abrus precatorius L. (Kanchikai)
  • Adhatoda vasaka (Vasaka)
  • Aegle marmelos. (Kanidalabili)
  • Alstonia scholaris (Sapthaparni)
  • Andrographis paniculata (Kadugodanji)
  • Areca catechu (Tale hannu)
  • Bixa orellan (Atti)
  • Cestrum diurnum (din ka raja)
  • Cyatheade albata,
  • Cymbopogon winterianus (Citronellla)
  • Leptadenia reticulate (Jeevanti)
  • Magnolia champaca (Sampige)
  • Mimusops elengi (Bakula)
  • Moringa oleifera. (Nugge)
  • Couroupita guianensis. (Nagalinga)
  • Ocimum bacilicum (Kama kasthuri)
  • Ocimum sanctum (Tulsi)
  • Phragmites australis. (Hole matthe)
  • Phyllanthus amaranthus (Nelanelli)
  • Phyllanthus emblica, (Kadanelli)
  • Ruta chalepensis(Nagadali)
  • Saraca asoca (Seetaashoka)
  • Syzygium cumini, (Naxatrahannu)
  • Tabernaemontana divaricata (Nandi battalu)
  • Tara spinosa, (Tara)
  • Tinospora cardifolia (Amrutballli)
  • Vitex negundo (Lukky)