AGRO FOR AYURVEDIC MEDICINES


AGRO FOR AYURVEDIC MEDICINES


Dr Balaji Deekshitulu P V

Homeopathy Physician and Counseling Psychologist, Sri Balaji Homeopathy & Counseling Center, Tirupati, A.P, India.cell:8885391722 / 7207255557.


The review article is the most authentic form of traditional medicine in AYUSH system, Vriksha Ayurveda is one of the best forms and have huge concept in every field for the plants. New technologies developed for the conservation of medicinal plants in the form of tissue culture is now necessary to prevent their extinction from the earth. Vriksha Ayurved explains many innovative methods of plantations. The nutrients like Milk & Ghee not only provides nutrition to the plants but also are useful in its diseased conditions. This experiment revels that Ghee if poured daily to the small shrubs coats the root drizzles and stops water absorption hence Ghee should not be poured singly and daily to the small shrubs. Amongst all the nutrients Eugenol content of the Tulasi leaves nurtured by milk was maximum. Also, the plants nurtured by milk has double yield of leaves and inflorescence in compared to plants nurtured by water and it is concluded from this research study that Milk is the best plant nutrient for Krishna Tulasi (Ocimum sanctum).


Keywords: Agriculture and Ayurveda

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How to cite this article:
Balaji Deekshitulu P V. AGRO FOR AYURVEDIC MEDICINES. International Journal of Philosophical Research, 2019; 1:2.


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