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Goji berry seeds sale

Buy Goji berry seeds
Himalayan Goji berry juice is made from the Lycium Barbarum species of the Goji berry. This particular species is said to be sweeter in taste than other species. It grows in this mountainous region and that is why the juice is known by the name, Himalayan Kashmir Goji berry juice.Growing Goji Berris.

Min. seeds : 50 seeds per packet

Plants are also available
Seeds are open-pollinated.Untreated.Organic from Kashmir Himalaya.


Goji berry seed, Goji berry plants, Lycium Barbarum Goji seed,
Lycium Barbarum  Goji plants, Lycium Barbarum  Goji berries
Fruit & Nut  (Trees, Vines, and Plants)
 

The Jammu and Kashmir medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
"Ginkgo House", Nambalbal, New Coloney Azizabad, Via Wuyan-Meej Road, Pampore PPR J&K 192121
Mob:09858986794
Ph: 01933-223705
e-mail: jkmpic@gmail.com
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Swiss Chard-Beta vulgaris seeds,Kashmir-India

Beta vulgaris seeds
The Rehab beet (Beta vulgaris) is a plant in the Chenopodiaceae family which is now included in Amaranthaceae family. It is best known in its numerous cultivated varieties, the most well known of which is the root vegetable known as the beetroot or garden beet. However, other cultivated varieties include the leaf vegetable chard, as well as the root vegetable sugar beet, which is important in the production of table sugar, and mangelwurzel, which is a fodder crop. Three subspecies are typically recognised. All cultivated varieties fall into the subspecies Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris, while Beta vulgaris subsp. maritima, commonly known as the sea beet, is the wild ancestor of these, and is found throughout the Mediterranean, the Atlantic coast of Europe, the Near East, and Kashmir. A second wild subspecies, Beta vulgaris subsp. adanensis, occurs from Greece to Syria.

The roots are most commonly deep red-purple in color, but come in a wide variety of other shades, including golden yellow and red-and-white striped.

Beta vulgaris is a herbaceous biennial or, rarely, perennial plant with leafy stems growing to 1–2 m tall. The leaves are heart-shaped, 5–20 cm long on wild plants (often much larger in cultivated plants). The flowers are produced in dense spikes; each flower is very small, 3–5 mm diameter, green or tinged reddish, with five petals; they are wind pollinated. The fruit is a cluster of hard nutlets.

Min. seeds 500 seeds/per packet
Seeds are rare.Organic. Open-pollinated from Kashmir Himalaya
For more details
The Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
"Ginkgo House", Nambalbal, Pampore PPR J&K 192121
Mob:09858986794
Ph: 01933-223705
e-mail: jkmpic@gmail.com
home: http://jkmpic.blogspot.in

Alfalfa, Medicago sativa seeds for sale

Alfalfa, Medicago sativa
Alfalfa, Medicago sativa, also called lucerne, is a perennial flowering plant in the pea family Fabaceae cultivated as an important forage crop in many countries around the world.

Min. 100 seeds/per packet
Seeds are rare.Open-pollinated.Organic from Kashmir Himalaya
Alfalfa, Medicago sativa seeds are avilable
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e-mail: jkmpic@gmail.com
Ph: 09858986794/01933-223705 

Chicory-Chichorium intybus seeds for Sale

Chicory-Chichorium intybus
Healing Power of  Chicory-Chichorium intybus
Very Useful to: Eye Defects, Constipation, Anaemia, Liver, Gall Bladder Dysfunctions, Prostate Enlargement, Respiratory Disorders,& Obstructed Menstruation. Grow Chicory
 

Buy Chicory seeds
More details:
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Lavatera cashmeriana seeds available in India/Kashmir

Family : Malvaceae
Habitat : Forest clearings, meadows, shrubberies etc.
Distribution : Himalaya : Kashmir, Gilgat  
Botanical features : Perennial herb . Stem upto 2 m tall. Leaves 3-5 lobed, lower leaves rounded heart-shaped with 5 shallow and toothed lobes. Flowers bright-pink with dark beined petals on terminal spikes. Fruit of many black carpets surrounded by the calyx and epicalyx.
Part used : Root, Leaf, Flowers
Medicinal  uses : A known medicinal herb used in many Unani medicinal preparations. It is supposed to be used in throat problems. The herb is given as a mild laxative. The roots are collected in large quantities and sold as crude drug in market.

Lavatera cashmeriana seed
Qty: 50 seeds/pkt

Available at:
Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
Ist street, Nambalbal, Pampore PPR J&K 192121 

Or.
PO Box 667 GPO Srinagar SGR JK 190001
Ph: 01933-223705
Mob: 9858986794
e-mail: jkmpic@gmail.com
home : http://jkmpic.blogspot.com



Planting material available : Olive,Kiwi, Picanut,Hazelnut, and herbal & medicinal plant seeds,forest tree seeds of temperate region. 

Hawthorn seeds

Howthorn berris
Hawthorn (Crataegus  oxycantha) has been used to treat heart disease as far back as the 1st century. By the early 1800s, American doctors were using it to treat circulatory disorders and respiratory illnesses. Traditionally, the berries were used to treat heart problems ranging from irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, chest pain, hardening of the arteries, and heart failure. Today, the leaves and flowers are used medicinally, and there is good evidence that hawthorn can treat mild-to-moderate heart failure.

Plant Description: Hawthorn is a common thorny shrub in the rose family that grows up to 5 feet tall on hillsides and in sunny wooded areas throughout the world. Its flowers bloom in May. They grow in small white, red, or pink clusters. Small berries, called haws, sprout after the flowers. They are usually red when ripe, but they may also be black. Hawthorn leaves are shiny and grow in a variety of shapes and sizes.

Hawthorn berries contains many substances that may benefit the heart. These antioxidant flavonoids -- including OPCs -- may help dilate blood vessels, improve blood flow, and protect the blood vessels from damage.

The Hawthorn berries, leaves, and flowers of the hawthorn plant have been used for medicinal purposes. Most modern preparations use the leaves and flowers, which are believed to contain more of the flavonoids than the berries.

Hawthorn fruit  is used to help protect against heart disease and help control high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

Heart failure Hawthorn has been widely studied in people with heart failure (a condition in which the heart is unable to pump enough blood to other organs in the body). A number of studies conclude that hawthorn significantly improved heart function. Studies also have found that the herb can improve the ability to exercise in a person with heart failure. Participants in studies have reported that hawthorn significantly improved symptoms of the disease (such as shortness of breath and fatigue). One study found that hawthorn extract (900 mg/day) taken for 2 months was as effective as low doses of captopril (a prescription heart medication) in improving symptoms of heart failure.

A large study found that a standardized hawthorn supplement was effective in 952 patients with heart failure. The study compared conventional methods of treating heart failure (with different medications) with hawthorn alone and in addition to the drugs. After 2 years, the clinical symptoms of heart failure (palpitations, breathing problems, and fatigue) decreased significantly in the patients taking the hawthorn supplement. People taking hawthorn also took less medications for their condition.

Heart failure is a serious condition, and you should never try to self-treat with hawthorn. Ask your doctor if hawthorn is right for you.

Chest pain (Angina)
Some preliminary evidence suggests hawthorn may help combat chest pain (angina), which is caused by low blood flow to the heart. In one early study, 60 people with angina were given either 180 mg/day of hawthorn berry-leaf-flower extract or placebo for 3 weeks. Those who received hawthorn experienced improved blood flow to the heart and were also able to exercise for longer periods of time without suffering from chest pain. However, more studies would be needed to say for sure whether hawthorn was effective.

High blood pressure
Although hawthorn has not been studied specifically in people with high blood pressure, some people think that its benefits in treating heart disease may carry over to treating high blood pressure (hypertension). However, so far not enough research has been done to say whether hawthorn is effective at lowering blood pressure -- and if so, by how much.

In one study, a hawthorn extract was found to be effective for hypertension in people with type 2 diabetes who were also taking their prescribed medicines. Participants took 1,200 mg hawthorn extract daily or placebo for 16 weeks. Those taking hawthorn had lower blood pressures than those taking the placebo.

You should talk with your doctor before taking hawthorn if you have high blood pressure.
 
Available Forms:
Hawthorn is available in non-standardized and standardized capsules and liquid extracts, along with tinctures and solid extracts. A bitter-tasting tea can also be made from dried hawthorn leaves, flowers, and berries. Howthron capsules are also available in your local store.
JK Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
"Ginkgo House", Nambalbal, Azizabad, Via Wuyan-Meej Rd.Pampore

PPR JK 192121
R&D Units in : Sonamarag, Kishtwar, Ramban & Tangmarag
Mailing address: PO Box 667 Srinagar SGR J&K- 190001

Call us: 09858986794
Ph: 01933-223705 
e.mail:jkmpic@gmail.com
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Origanum vulgare seeds for sale


Origanum vulgare
Family : Labiatae 
Origin : Cashmeriana (Kashmir)

Chemical constituents : Essen. oil contains thymol 50%
Parts used : Whole plant
Ethnomedicinal use : Bath to ladies after child birth; antiseptic.
Distribution : Kashmir, Gilgat, Pakistan, Sikkim, Europe, N. Aferica, West and North Asia.
Description of the plant : Plant : Perennial
Height : 60 cm (2 feet)
Flovering : July to September
Scent : Scented Perennial
Habitat of the herb : Dry grassy areas and scrub, usually on calcareous soils.
Medicinal use of Origanum vulgare cashmeriana : Origanum vulgare cashmeriana  has been used as a culinary and medicinal herb for thousands of years. It has a beneficial effect upon the digestive and respiratory systems and is also used to promote menstruation. It should not be used medicinally by pregnant women though it is perfectly safe in small amounts for culinary purposes. The leaves and flowering stems are strongly antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, cholagogue, diaphoretic, emmenagogue, expectorant, stimulant, stomachic and mildly tonic. stimulates hair growth, Chronic bronchitis,The plant is taken internally in the treatment of colds, influenza, mild feverish illnesses, indigestion, stomach upsets and painful menstruation. It is strongly sedative and should not be taken in large doses, though mild teas have a soothing effect and aid restful sleep. It should not be prescribed for pregnant women. Externally, oregano is used to treat bronchitis, asthma, arthritis and muscular pain. The plant can be used fresh or dried - harvest the whole plant (but not the roots) in late summer to dry and store for winter use. Oregano is often used in the form of an essential oil that is distilled from the flowering plant. A few drops of the essential oil, put on cotton wool and placed in the hollow of an aching tooth, frequently relieves the pain of toothache. This plant is one of the best natural antiseptics because of its high thymol content. The essential oil is used in aromatherapy to treat the same kinds of complaints that the herb is used for.

Edible parts of  Origanum vulgare cashmeriana
Leaves - raw or cooked as a potherb. Oregano is an important flavouring herb in Mediterranean cookery, and is often used dried rather than fresh. The leaves are used as a flavouring for salad dressings, vegetables and legumes, and are frequently included in strongly flavoured dishes with chillies, garlic, onions etc. A nutritional analysis is available. Much of the commercially available dried oregano does not come from this plant but from a number of different, often unrelated plants. These include Lippia graveolens, L. palmeri and Origanum syriacum. A herb tea is made from the dried leaves and flowering stems.

Other uses of the herb : An essential oil from the plant is used as a food flavouring, in soaps and perfumery. The herb contains 0.15 - 0.4% essential oil and makes good herbal pillows and baths. The plant was formerly used as a strewing herb. The essential oil has also been used to kill lice, though some caution is advised since it can cause skin irritations. A red or purple dye is obtained from the flowering tops, it is neither brilliant nor durable. The plant repels ants. The growing plant repels many insect pests so it is a good plant to grow in the vegetable area. A useful ground cover for sunny positions, forming a slowly spreading clump. Plants should be spaced about 30cm apart each way.

Propagation of Origanum vulgare cashmeriana : Seed - sow early spring at 10 - 13 C and only just cover the seed. Germination usually takes place within 2 weeks. Prick out the seedlings into individual pots when they are large enough to handle and plant them out into their permanent positions in early summer. The seed can also be sown in situ in late spring. Division in March or October. Very easy, larger divisions can be planted out direct into their permanent positions. We have found that it is better to pot up the smaller divisions and grow them on in light shade in a cold frame until they are well established before planting them out in late spring or early summer. Basal cuttings of young barren shoots in June. Very easy. Harvest the shoots with plenty of underground stem when they are about 8 - 10cm above the ground. Pot them up into individual pots and keep them in light shade in a cold frame or greenhouse until they are rooting well. Plant them out in the summer.

Cultivation of the herb : Dry grassy areas and scrub, usually on calcareous soils.
Known hazards of Origanum vulgare cashmeriana : None known
Plant information taken from the Plants For A Future/International Information Resource Centre/JK Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre.


250 seeds per packet

Origanum vulgare seeds or available
Jammu and Kashmir medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
POB: 667 GPO Srinagar SGR JK 190001

Mob: 09858986794
Ph: 01933-223705
e-mail:  jkmpic@gmail.com
home: http://jkmpic.blogspot.com

Solanum burbankii,Solanum dulcamara for sale

Solanum burbankii

Other name : Wonderberry, Sunberry  or Garden Hucklebarries
50 seeds per packet

Solanum dulcamara
Other name: Bittersweet nightshade
50 seeds per packet

The Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
"Ginkgo House", Nambalbal, Pampore PPR J&K 192121
Mob:09858986794
Ph: 01933-223705
e-mail: jkmpic@gmail.com
home: http://jkmpic.blogspot.in

Prostate Enlargement & herbal treatment

Buy Physalis alkekengi seeds
| Physalis Alkekengi seeds | Sphaeranthus indicus | Prostate Problems |
| Prostate Troubles |  Prostatitis |  Chronic Prostatitis | 
Enlarged prostate  |
| Benign prostatic hypertrophy-BPH |
Inflammation of Prostate gland |
| Prostate cancer | Acute infectious prostatitis | Chronic infectious prostatitis |
| Non-infectious prostatitis | Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) |
| Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) | Sphaeranthus indicus linn |

| Sphaeranthus indicus seeds |
| Physalis Alkekengi seed  |

Beneficial in all kind of spermatorrhoea, Usefull in Prostate glands, increase viscosity and strengthens the kidney and blader.


Sphaeranthus indicus flowers + Physalis Alkekengi fruits
12-14 gram / dose/day
                                                                                            
How To Use

Take one cup of water, add 6-7 gm of Sphaeranthus indicus +Physalis Alkekengi herbs and boil on low flame for 15-20 minutes. Cool and take before breakfast and before going to bed at night.

Sphaeranthus indicus, Physalis Alkekengi availability at

Th JK Mediicnal Plants Itroductio Centre
POB: 667 GPO Srinagar SGR JK 190001
Ph: 09858986794/01933-223705
e-mail: jkmpic@gmail.com
home: http://jkmpic.blogspot.in