Description For Plant Adulsa
Benefits of using Adulsa:
How to grow Adulsa Plant:Botanical Name: Justicia adhatoda
Common Name: Malabar nut, Vasaka, Arusha.
Description: Adulsa is a well known medicinal plant. This dense shrub with yellowish bark grows to a height of 4 to 8 feet with many long ascending branches. The plant is easily recognizable because of its elongated, lanceolate, dark green leaves and sharp venation.
Planting Season: Throughout the year, best planted in monsoon.
Climate: Adulsa grows well in hot and humid conditions.
Soil: Plant can grow in any type of soil which is well drained.
Planting: Plant Adulsa in 10 to 12 inch round pot. Adulsa can be planted as a hedge plant on the fencing of farmland.
Sunlight: Full sun (6-8 hours minimum)
Watering: Potted plant should be watered every alternate day. Plant in the ground should be watered twice a week.
Manuring: Add plenty of cow manure or compost in potting soil at the time of planting.
Plant protection: Adulsa is wild species and it does not catch any serious pests or diseases. Read about types of insect pests in your garden.
Repotting: Repot the plant in a bigger container every year.
Propagation: Stem cuttings or seed sowing
Medicinal properties: Expectorant (used in bronchial, asthmatic and pulmonary affections), antispasmodic, febrifuge.
Plant part used: Leaves
How to use:
|Type of Plants||Medicinal Plants|
|Water Schedule||Twice a week|
|Speciality||Adulsa is used to curing a cold, cough, hard gums, piles and hemorrhoids.|
|Design Use||Medicinal use.|
|Ideal Location||Partial sunny place|
|Packing Weight||750 g|
|Packing Height||27 cm|
|Packing Depth||11 cm|
|Packing Width||11 cm|
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