TO STUDY THE MEDICINAL VALUE OF HERBS WHICH ARE NATURAL PROPAGATED DURING MONSOON SEASON ON WASTE LAND
Today Tradition systems of medicine which utilize mostly plant derived prescriptions, remain the source of primary health care for more than 3/4thof the third world population. It is estimated that a one third of all world pharmaceuticals are of plant origin. It is naturally felt that there is a need to make on humble attempt to acquire and familiarize every sector of human society which is available to us. This research paper is regarding beneficial role of plants “Cassia tora Linn.” and Achyranthes aspera Linn. Plants propagate naturally during monsoon season found along road side wastelands. Now a day a majority of rural people who are poor and cannot afford costly allopathic drugs. On the other side the mentioned plants are easily available, affordable and without any adverse effects. All part of these herbs are very useful for human health. Popularly these herbs are commonly Known as Kunarriaya (Cassia tora Linn.) & Anthedo (Achyranthes aspera Linn.). These plants have been used in the treatment of in diarrhea, dysentery, menorrhagia, rheumatism, skin diseases, and toothache.