He expressed these views after planting "Sukh Chain" (Millettia
Pinnata) at Institute of Banknig and Finance under the auspices of Askari Bank, here on Monday.
Higher on the canopy, flowers deck the indigenous forest trees of Craibia zimmermanni, Lobelia gibberoa and the Taita version of Millettia
PainKill Plasters' full list of ingredients include Reticulate millettia
, saline cistanche, davallia mariesii, Chain fern, wild celery, safflower, spignet, corydalis and borneol.
extensa (Benth.) Baker 66 Melia azedarach Linn.
Chung, "Evaluation of anti-cholinesterase, antibacterial and cytotoxic activities of green synthesized silver nanoparticles using from Millettia
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Ayub, Isolation, Spectroscopic and Density Functional Theory Studies of 7-(4-methoxyphenyl)-9H-furo[2,3-f]chromen-9-one: A New Flavonoid from the Bark of Millettia
ovalifolia, Spectrochim Acta.
Sin-ton-manew (Tinospora cordifolia), Win-u (Millettia
extensa), and Phanlan-taung-hmwe (Costus speciosus) were mostly collected for their medicinal values and were used in the treatments for illness, wounds, rheumatic swelling, and pain-relief massage.
Qin et al., "Protective effects of Millettia
pulchra flavonoids on myocardial ischemia in vitro and in vivo," Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry, vol.
Zhang, "Preparation and pharmacological and toxicological activities of extracts from Reticulate millettia
," Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, vol.
Apocynaceae M latifolia Millettia
pinnata Fabaceae L Millettia
pinnata Fabaceae L Neorautanenia Fabaceae W 28 amboensis Tephrosia purpurea Fabaceae P Amorpha fruticosa Fabaceae L Piscidia erythrina Fabaceae T 29 Gymnadenia conopsea Orchidaceae M Bletilla striata Orchidaceae M 30 Taiwania Cupressaceae T cryptomerioides Chamaecyparis Cupressaceae T formosensis Cryptomeria japonica Cupressaceae T 31 Gutierrezia microcephala Asteraceae P Saussurea lappa Asteraceae M Artemisia spp.
The most popular fishing gears used for fishing are the seed of Millettia
ferruginea (in Amharic called Birbira) and barks of Balanites aegyptiaca (locally called Bedeno).
The medicinal plants that can be made into powder are as follows: Piper nigrum, Aerva lanata, Centella asiatica, Millettia
pinnata, Boerhavia diffusa, Phyllanthus emblica, Terminalia bellirica, Terminalia chebula, and Nymphaea alba.