Medicinal plants experimental meaning is Every plant that grows in the forest is called ancient medicine. Although only some herbs are known at present, there are still many studies on the medicinal value of many plants.
There are currently 4143 flowering plants identified in Sri Lanka. These flowering plants belong to 214 genera and 1552 genera. Out of these, 1025 have been identified as endemic to Sri Lanka. As a percentage, it is 24.5%. It has been established that up to 90% of these endemic plants are found in lowland wetland forests.
In addition, the following information is particularly important in the information on the medicinal value of plants contained in the 2008 Ayurvedic Survey.
Studies of orchids in different countries have found a medicinal, and other values of 155 orchids. Among them, Vanaraja and Iruja plants have been found to be beneficial for bone marrow and snake venom, and have medicinal properties that stimulate the nervous system. (Dr. ERHSS Ediriweera)
The ability to use high levels of compounds in the dark green and aquatic plants has been experimentally verified and reported. (Dr. MHA Tissera and Dr AMTS Gunatilake)
The antibacterial ability of the crocodile and the cinnamon plant has also been experimentally verified. (Dr. SD Hapuarachchi and WTPSK Senarath)
In addition to the research done by the Nawinna Ayurvedic Research Institute for searching for the chemical constituents of the individual herbs, the functions of some herbs can be further explored.
Under this, scientific comparison of hemp nitinol and herb nitinol plants has been carried out to identify the chemical constituents. The economic value of the crocodile plant, harvesting, cultivation, chemical components, and immunohistochemistry.
There have been studies on the chemical constituents of ginger. The chemical constituents of the betel species (Piper Sp). The chemical components of the tamarind plant and the development of intelligence, and the economic and other value of the lime tree.
Also, under the National Science Foundation, Medicinal plants experimental information on the medicinal value of various plants can be obtained from research material, such as leaflets printed by the ITI’s Information Center.
Among them, the nervous stimulating ability of the horse pomegranate is well suited for respiratory, coughing, cancer, worm diseases, especially aphrodisiacs. Senehakola is said to be suitable for constipation and inflammatory bowel disease. Exfoliating, and has been found to be beneficial for caries, for diseases of the stomach and for constipation. According to the same study, a malaria-listed plant list has been discovered. Among them are Aradoda, Kuppamenia, Belly, Habarala, Haverinuga, Rukatana, Harvest, Kidaram, Heen Binghomoba, Sasanda, Kohomba, Mila, Ehela, Cedar, Bingo Tomb, and Rasakinda.
This article was based on Medicinal plants experimental data on a limited number of plants obtained from several limited institutions. It is worth noting there are many other similar types of research being conducted and carried out by many other institutions