... Vanda coerulea Griff.ex Lindl. During the study, it was found that, ... 20 Vanda coerulea Linn. Blog posts on “Pankaj Oudhia on Cancer Drug Interactions.” are Internet Version of over 13700 books. Orchidaceae Seguduolai Herb Leaf,Stem & Root Skin treatment 21 Vernonia cinerea Linn. An extract Indian name: Malanga in Orissa. Blog on Medicinal Rice Research by Pankaj Oudhia for Global Farming Community. medicinal orchids of Mizoram. In Indian Vedic scriptures mentioned the orchids in Sanskrit as “ Vanda” a name adopted for one of the most beautiful and common monopodial group of orchids (Deb & Imchen 2008). In the Indian Vedic scriptures there is a mention of orchid under the name ‘Vanda’. Active ingredients of Vanda coerulea may fight against the visible signs of ageing skin . Medicinal uses: the fluid in the unopened pitcher is used to treat eye, digestive and urinary ailments; for diabetes. A mega list of medicinal orchids and their traditional uses is given in Table 1. Blog posts on “Pankaj Oudhia on Cancer Drug Interactions.” are Internet Version of over 13700 books. Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. Uses: The bark extract is applied in insect bites and in irregular menstruation. Fischer (1938) r eported about 15 1 species o f or chids fr om L ushai Hills , pr esently Miz oram. It is not feasible to present original version through Blogger. Apart from being prized for their beauty, orchids have long been used by humans for medicinal purposes. medicinal uses of medicinal plants have been collected and are represented (Table-1). Vanda parviflora Lindl. Received: November 2, 2015 ; Accepted: January 5, 2016 200 and 250 cm. These extracts also show anti-aging properties by stimulating cytochrome c oxidase (complex IV), which is part of the electron transport chain in mitochondria. Vanda is a genus of beautiful, epiphytic, monopodial orchids. The blue orchids (Vanda. Vanda coerulea, the so-called Blue Vanda orchid. ex Lindl. Blog on Medicinal Rice Research by Pankaj Oudhia for Global Farming Community. Important Tree Species . The present invention relates to the use, in a cosmetic composition, of an extract of at least one part of an orchid of the species Vanda coerulea , as an agent for maintaining or restoring the hydration state of the skin, said composition also containing a cosmetically acceptable excipient. Vanda testacea (Lindl.) A recent review of literature carried out Meghalaya Biodiversity Board reveals that a total of 436 Rare, Endangered and Threatened plant species have been recorded from Meghalaya representing 13.09% of the state’s flora. MATERIALS AND METHODS Plant material: Fresh plant/plant parts were collected randomly from the semi-arid region of Rajkot Gujarat, India. Rchb.f. This medicinal herb is evidenced for immunomodulatory activity and functions as longevity recipe. Orchids, most noticed for their ornamental and medicinal value, now face the greatest threat of mass extinction in the plant world. Nodal explants resulted in single axillary shoot formation in Decalepis … Vanda tessellata is an ancient Indian remedy for rheumatic pain. About 3300 species of orchids are found in Malaysia and the diversity is highest in the Main, Keledang, Bintang and Tahan Ranges. References ^ "Vanda coerulea". Syn. The pitcher with its content is made into paste and applied on affected parts of leprosy patients. Objective:The objective of the study is to find the bioactivity of few unexplored orchids against antibiotic resistance Escherichia coli (E. coli). Interestingly, the plant contains gastrodin, which has anticon- Orchids that feature in the Indian Pharmacopoeia vulsant effects, at least in gerbils. 20 per page . Orchid extracts from Vanda coerulea and V. teres delay aging caused by reactive oxygen species (ROS) following LV irradiation through their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity. About 3300 species of orchids are found in Malaysia and the diversity is highest in the Main, Keledang, Bintang and Tahan Ranges. Moreover, an extract of the whole plant of Vanda coerulea, sold under the name Biogreen Orchidée Bleue (Biogreen Blue Orchid) by Greentech SA, is also known. medicinal plants for promising biological activity. Description: This large sized epiphytic orchid known as Blue Vanda grows on the tall branches and tree trunks in deciduous forest at an elevation of about 800-1200 m. It has a stout stem bearing corriaceous and distichous green leaves. These extracts also show anti-aging properties by stimulating cytochrome c oxidase (complex IV), which is part of the electron transport chain in mitochondria. Orchids are also used in traditional medicine systems around the world, from subsistence to commercial levels of exploitation. Ethnobotany of medicinal plants from Dibru-Saikhowa Bioshpere Reserve of Northeast India. In ancient China during 2800 B.C., there are records of some species of orchids used for medicinal purposes (Luning 1974; Hegde 1984; Paul & Hegde 2001). Orchidaceae is the largest family of flowering plants with over 35,000 species and 850 genera. Number of results to display per page. Orchidaceae is the largest family of flowering plants with over 35,000 species and 850 genera. Medicinal uses. Medicinal names: Rasna, Banda Thai name: Khem lueang (in Bangkok) It is found at the foothills on of the Himalayas, in Nepal, Bhutan and Sikkim, extending to northern Myanmar, Thailand and Sri Lanka at 800–2000 m, in dry, broad-leaved forests. devonianum, Cymbidium elegans and Vanda coerulea. Justin Giunta. 20 per page; 50 per page; 100 per page; Search Results Source: Purkayastha, J., Nath, S.C. and Islam, M. (2005). Orchid has long been used in several traditional medicines all around the world. Regenerated plants have so far been obtained with Vanda, Adhatoda and Kaempferia. There is a list of Orchids from Western Ghats which followed IUCN protocols and hence conservation status … Today the uses of orchids have been expanded to the food and cosmetics industries. Orchid extracts from Vanda coerulea and V. teres delay aging caused by reactive oxygen species (ROS) following UV irradiation through their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity. Vanda roxburghii, belonging to the family Orchidaceae, is an epiphyte and widely distributed throughout Bangladesh. Many herbal formulas for treating hypertension, convulsions, migraine, wind Other regions and cramps include this preparation. are thought to include Vanda coerulea and possibly Coelogyne ovalis. The blue orchids (Vanda. Many cosmeceutical companies use orchid extracts as ... Vanda coerulea: V. coerulea, which is also known as blue orchid, possesses antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities. Bulpitt (“The uses and misuses of orchids in medicine”, QJM, 2005, 98 (9), 625-31) indicates that the orchid Vanda coerulea appears to be part of the Indian pharmacopoeia. 69. The juice of flower is used as eye drops against glaucoma, cataract and blindness. The present investigation recorded 173 species of medicinal plants belonging to 130 genera and 76 families consisting of 7 species of pteridophytes, 2 species of gymnosperm, 29 species of monocotyledons and 135 species of dicotyledons. Asteraceae Karumpoolai Herb Leaf It is also used for chest pain. Apart from being prized for their beauty, orchids have long been used by humans for medicinal purposes. The present invention relates to the use, in a cosmetic composition, of an extract of at least one part of an orchid of the species Vanda coerulea, as an agent for maintaining or restoring the hydration state of the skin, said composition also containing a cosmetically acceptable excipient. Methods and media are described which were used for tissue-culturing the orchids Vanda coerulea and Renanthera imschootiana, the medicinal species Adhatoda beddomei, Commiphora mukul, Holostemma ada-kodien, Kaempferia galanga and Strychnos colubrina, and the insectivorous species Nepenthes khasiana. And then there’s the moral dimension. In the present work twelve different medicinal plants each belonging to different families was evaluated for their antibacterial properties. Orchids, most noticed for their ornamental and medicinal value, now face the greatest threat of mass extinction in the plant world. endangered medicinal plants of India Most of the information on Conservation Status of Indian plants didnt follow the IUCN norms and hence they are not valid as per IUCN. Medicinal uses. Each Original version is of over 30,000 pages. Download a list of Important Tree Species in Meghalaya; Rare, Endangered and Threatened Plant Species. The Lens serves almost all the patents and scholarly work in the world as a free, open and secure digital public good, with user privacy a paramount focus. Rare, endangered and threatened medicinal plants (Decalepis arayalpathra, Calophyllum apetalum and Blepharistemma membranifolia), orchids (Paphiopedilum druryi, Ipsea malabarica, Dendrobium heterocarpum and Vanda coerulea) and rattan (Calamus travancoricus and Calamus nagabettai) were propagated in vitro. Some of the most widespread, commercial medicinal uses of orchids include Chinese and South Asian Ayurvedic traditional medicine (Teoh, 2016; Leon & … The most commonly used orchids in complementary medicine, Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese recipes, are Vanda and Dendrobium 34. These tribal of the state are well acquainted about the medicinal properties of orchids growing in … Eria coronaria Lindl. FR2951376B1 FR0957289A FR0957289A FR2951376B1 FR 2951376 B1 FR2951376 B1 FR 2951376B1 FR 0957289 A FR0957289 A FR 0957289A FR 0957289 A FR0957289 A FR 0957289A FR 2951376 B1 FR2951376 B1 FR 2951376B1 Authority FR France Prior art keywords orchidee extract new vanda coerulea coerulea Prior art date 2009-10-16 Legal status (The legal status is an assumption … It is not feasible to present original version through Blogger. medicinal purposes. Vanda coerulea Griff. Five species are used in herbal medicine and there have been phytochemical surveys on three species. Each Original version is of over 30,000 pages. Some parts of Europe, America, Australia and Africa have also been using orchids as herbal cure for long. The state of Meghalaya is inhabited by three distinct tribes−Khasis, Garos and Jaintias each occupying the respective hill district in the state. Abstract. Medicinal uses of this plant have been described well in both Unani and Ayurveic systems of medicine [24–26].

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