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There are many steps in the pumsavana therapy, but only those steps which involve use of vegetal materials are enumerated below. (A) During the conjunction of pusya star with moon, the lady should be made to drink curd mixed with either two grains of Phaseous radiatus L. (dhanyamasa), or white variety of mustard (sarsapa) endowed with excellent qualities along with two buds (sunga) of Ficus benghalensis L. (nyagrodha) growing on grazing ground of cow (gostha). (B) The lady should drink milk in which anyone or two or three of the following has/have been boiled-Achyranthes aspera L.
36: 61-67. Pal, D. C (1972) Magico-religious belief about plants among adibasis of Bihar. Folklore 13 (12): 466-447. Pal, D. C (1973) Tribal folklore about some plants associated with eye treatment. Ibid 14 (12): 446-447. Pal, D. C (1980) Observation on folklore about plants used in veterinary medicine in Bengal. Orissa and Bihar. Bull, Surv. India, 22 : 96-99. Pal, D. C and Jain, S. K. (1998) Tribal Medicine. Naya Prokash, Kolkata, India. , Gupta, H. , & Roy, M. (1980) Susruta Samhita. Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi.
Rural folk of Assam use leaf to treat infertility; Santals find seedling spermatorrhoea. Garhwalis and tribes of Dahanu forest use root to treat impotency. A large number of tribal societies use different parts of the plant for treatment of many diseases. In Ayurvedic system the root of sapling is used in the treatment of weakness of sex, insufficiency of sperms, gonorrhoea, and lOot-bark in menorrhagia. Borassus flabellifer L. Santals employ many parts for treatment of various ailments and diseases.