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This plant works as a medicine on snake bite, cultivation being done in Uttarkashi

This plant works as a medicine on snake bite, cultivation being done in Uttarkashi

Ashish Mishra | Edited by: Surendra Kumar Verma

Aug 09, 2022 | 9:13 am

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Regardless of how much medical science has made, no one can take it instead of natural treatment. Perhaps this is the reason that herbs are being used in the treatment of many diseases in India since ancient times. One such Ayurvedic medicine is Sarpagandha, in which many natural properties are hidden. With its help, it is possible to treat both physical and mental diseases. It is said to be very beneficial in the treatment of snakebite and insecticides in Ayurvedic and traditional medicine.

According to the British Ramfius, the snake is the same plant which consumes the mongoose to protect his life even when he is bitten by the poisonous snake. Sir William Jones, the founder of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, has also made some similar descriptions about Sarpagandha. According to William RoxBurgh, the father of Indian botany, Telting Physician (Vaidya) used to use Sarpagandha under heterogeneous, poisonous and odd conditions during the birth of a child.

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