(Last Updated on : 21-01-2017)
is known as Wild Turmeric in English
and Banhalud in Bengali
. The rhizomes of this plant are of a pale yellow colour and have an agreeable fragrant smell. The Bhavaprakasa describes them as useful in skin diseases
and disorders of the blood. They are sometimes used in combination with other medicines
in these diseases.
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