Kingdom Plantae Family Fabaceae Tribe Cassieae Scientific name Senna sophera Order Fabales Subfamily Caesalpinioideae Subtribe Cassiinae Rank Species Senna sophera ilovehomoeopathycomwpcontentuploads20121015 Similar Senna septemtrionalis, Senna tora, Senna occidentalis, Senna bicapsularis, Senna auriculata
Senna sophera is a shrub, glabrous, about 3 m. in height. The compound leaves with 8-12 paired leaflets acute and tapering; bear rachies with single gland at the base. It has yellow flowers in carymbose racemes.
Senna sophera Senna sophera Sophera Senna Common names of Senna sophera include algarrobilla, kasunda, baner. It was formerly called Cassia sophera in English. It is known as kasaundi in Hindi, and kolkasunda
Senna sophera Medicinal Plants Senna sophera Cassia sophera Kaasamarda Possibly originating in Bangladesh, today the plant is found in most tropical countries. It is common on waste lands, on roadsides and in the forests. Root bark in used for preparation of the medicine. It has been used by ancient Indian physicians for its efficacy in respiratory disorders.
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Gianluca Corazza was born in Pietrasanta, Italy on June 29th, 1968. He is a botanical horticulturist, writer, plant blogger, botanical popularizer and photographer. Since when he was a child he was fascinated by natural sciences. From 1990 to 2013 he worked as a volunteer at the Lucca Botanic Garden. In 1995 founded Vivaio Corazza, a botanical nursery producing and preserving unusual plants. Together with Lucia Cortopassi (his wife) in 2014 he published “Piante Alimentari Insolite”, Edizioni Il Campano, Pisa, a book about botany, cultivation and use of 50 unusual edible plant species (in Italian). He also wrote articles for different magazines about aloes, stapeliads andWelwitschia mirabilis. He gives public lectures and speaks at conferences and workshops about plants, botany and horticulture. He bred new vegetable cultivars, likeCitrullus lanatus‘Cocoro’, 2013, (the first watermelon with both rind and flesh yellow),Cucumis sativus‘Beluga’, 2012, (a light whitish-green long cucumber),Solanum melongena‘Perona Bianca’, 2016, (a very large, white, pear-shaped aubergine),Ipomoea batatas‘Radiosa’, 2015, (a sweet potato with thin pink and orange speckles arranged like rays if cut in section). He currently studies and grows many species, but his work is mainly focused onGesneriaceae,Amaryllidaceae,Araceae,Begoniaceae,IridaceaeandApocynaceae.
Peppermint(Mentha×piperita, also known asMentha balsameaWild) is ahybridmint, a cross betweenwatermintandspearmint. Indigenous toEuropeand theMiddle East, the plant is now widely spread and cultivated in many regions of the world.It is occasionally found in the wild with its parent species.
Although the genusMenthacomprises more than 25 species, the one in most common use is peppermint.While Western peppermint is derived fromMentha piperita, Chinese peppermint, or “Bohe” is derived from the fresh leaves ofMentha haplocalyx.Mentha piperitaandMentha haplocalyxare both recognized as plant sources ofmentholandmenthoneand are among the oldest herbs used for both culinary and medicinal products.
KEY FEATURES:Shell a low spiral (helicoid), to 15x11mm(ØxH). SHELL colour variable – pale brownish to yellow-brown, 0-1 dark spiral stripe; ~5 whorls, spire convex; aperture with out-turned lip. ANIMAL grey to brown, tentacles dark. REPRODUCTION hermaphroditic, mutual mating, lay ~20 eggs (each 2mmØ) just under surface of the soil, hatch in ~15days.