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Medicinal Plant at Valley of Flower-स्वास्थ्य लाभप्रद दवाए फूलो की घाटी में

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एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720:

Megacarpaea Polyandra, Barmoola or Maida is local name; root of this Plant is used in Dhyspepsia, Fever and in Intestinal Injuries.

Nordostachys Jatamasi, the rhizome of this plant is used in preparing scented Agarbati and Dhoop. Medicinal use in Epilepsy and Hysteria, locally it is known as Masi.

Oxyria Digyane is used in marking remedies for indigestion.

एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720:

Paeonia Emodi - locally used a vegetable and having medicinal values for diabetes. It also works as a blood purifier. The local name this flower is plant is Chandra.

एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720:
Flowers mostly orchids, poppies, primulas, marigold, daisies and anemones carpet the ground. Alpine forests of birch and rhododendron cover parts of the park's area. A decade long study of Prof. C.P. Kala from 1993 onwards concludes that the Valley of Flowers endows with 520 species of higher plants (angiosperms, gymnosperms and pteridophytes), of these 498 are flowering plants. The park has many species of medicinal plants including Dactylorhiza hatagirea, Picrorhiza kurrooa, Aconitum violaceum, Polygonatum multiflorum, Fritillaria roylei and Podophyllum hexandrum.
 [edit] Species    Gaultheria trichophylla flowering June-September, used to prepare appetizer      A flower found in the park      A flower with several insects on it      Himalayan bell flower      A fly feeding on a red flower      Morning dew on a pink flower      Multi storied flowers      A white flower   No.Name of FlowersTime of flowering1.Rhododendron arboreumFebruary–June2.Primula denticuletaApril–July3.Iris kemaonensisJune–July4.Fritillaria royleiJune–July5.Lilium oxypetalumJune–July6.Arisaema costautumJune–July7.Thermopsisa barbataJune–July8.Rosa macrophyllaJune–July9.Caltha palustrisJune–July10.Fragaria nubicolaMay–July11.Saxifraga royleiJuly–August12.Anemone obtusilobaJune–August13.Cypripedium himalaicumJune–August14.Rheum australeJuly–August15.Phlomis oracteosaJune–August16.Hackelia uncinataJune–August17.Senecio jacquemotiamusAugust–September18.Ligularia amplexicaulisJuly–August19.Morina longifoliaJuly–September20.Geum elatumJuly–August21.Geranium wallichianumJuly–August22.Impatiense sulcataJuly–August23.Meconopsis aculeataJuly–August24.Delphenium royleiJuly–August25.Aconitum hookeriAugust–September26.Thalictrum reniformeJuly–September27.Potentilla atrosanguineaJuly–September28.Sedum ewersiiAugust–September29.Dactylorhiza hatagireaJune–July30.Bistorta affinisAugust–September31.Stachys sericeeAugust–September32.Nepeta connataAugust–September33.Pedicularis hoffmeistriJuly–August34.Swertia hookeriAugust–September35.Gentiana ornataAugust–September36.Gaultheria erichophyAugust–September37.Codonopsis affinisAugust–September38.Angelica cyelocarpaJuly–September39.Leontopodium jacotianumJuly–September40.Saussurea fastuosaJuly–September41.Campanula latitotiaAugust–September42.Cyananthus lobotusAugust–September43.Sassurea obvallataAugust–September44.Cremanthodium ellisiiJuly–September45.Anaphalis triplinerutsJuly–September46.Inula grandifloraAugust–September47.Aster albescensJuly–September48.Selinium tenuifoliumAugust–September49.Heracleum pinnatumAugust–September50.Epilobium latispermaAugust–September51.Silene setispermaAugust–September52.Arenaria griffithiiAugust–September53.Corydalis juneceaAugust–September54.Erigerono multiradiatusAugust–September55.Polygonum molleAugust–September56.Himalayan Blue PoppyJuly–September57.Codonopsis viridisJuly–August58.Origanus vulgareJuly–August59.Hackelia uncinataJuly–August60.Salvia hins/lanataJuly–August61.Smilacina purpurea/oleraceaJune–July62.Viola bifloraJune–August63.Rhodiola heterodontaJuly–August64.Epilohium latifoliumJuly–August65.Cotoneaster integrifoliusJuly–August66.Dubyaea hispidaAugust–September67.Saussurea costusJuly–August68.Ligularia fiseheriJuly–August69.Androsace museoideaJuly–August70.Eritrichium conumJuly–August71.Lindelofi anchusoidesJuly–August72.Thymus linearisJune–August73.Rheum webbianumJune–August74.Megacorpaea polyandraJune–August75.Trillidium govanianumJune–August76.Satyrium nepoleanseJune–August77.Podophyllum hexaneumJune–August78.Picrorhiza kurrooaJune–August79.Polygonatum multiflorumJune–August (source-wikipedia.org)

एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720:
How to reach The nearest airport is in Jolly Grant, Dehradun, 295 kilometers (183 miles) away, and the nearest railway station is in Rishikesh, 276 kilometers (170 miles) away. The closest you can get to The Valley of Flowers by road is Govind Ghat. This requires around an 11 hour drive to Joshimath from Dehradun, then another one hour to Gobindghat. From Gobindghat it is a 13-kilometer (8 mile) trek along a steep, narrow, but well defined mountain trail to base camp at Ghangaria. This will take between 4 and 8 hours, depending on your fitness. Ghangaria has hotels with electricity and mobile towers. From Ghangaria, another 3 km trek leads to the valley.

एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720:
River Pushpawati flows through the Valley of Flowers in Chamoli district in Garhwal region of the Indian state of Uttarakhand.

The Pushpawati rises from the East Kamet Glacier, near Rataban, at the base of the Himalayas near the central part of the Garhwal-Tibet border. It flows in a southerly direction to join the Bhyundar Ganga near Ghagharia. The combined stream is thereafter known as the Lakshman Ganga. The latter merges with the Alaknanda River at Govindghat. [1][2]
The Puspawati drains the Valley of Flowers.
The glaciated upper valley of the Pushawati is U-shaped. The river flows past thick glacial deposits. A number of glacier-fed streams join it in its upper reaches. It flows through a gorge in its lower reaches. The upper tracts are under permanent cover of snow. Alpine, sub-alpine and temperate vegetation is there in the middle and lower catchments of the river. Human habitation is very sparse.


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