DYSOPHYLLA AURICULARIA Bl.

Family: Lamiaceae

Bengali/vernacular name:
Tribal name: Acha-kamsen (Khumi), Krom Dung Pow, Krom be, Rixom payo (Marma).
English name:

Description of the plant:
An annual hirsute or villous herb. Leaves sessile or subsessile, oblong, acute or obtuse, serrate. Spikes 5-7.5 cm long, villous; flower small pink.


DYSOPHYLLA AURICULARIA
DYSOPHYLLA AURICULARIA Bl.


Using information:
Leaf juice is used as eye drops in hysteria. The extract of the plant is given with salt in diarrhoea by the Marma in Bandarban (Yusuf et al. 2009).

Distribution:
Chittagong and Chittagong Hill Tracts, in fallow lands.