Sunaina Sharmaa* & A.K.Choudhary
Tissue culture laboratory, University Department of Botany, Ranchi University. Ranchi, Jharkhand, India
Received, 20th January, 2014 ; Revised: 25th February, 2014
Abstract : The paper concerns ethnomedicinal studies on endangered plant species of Jharkhand, Centella asiatica locally called “Beng sag” because of the shape of the leaves. It is one or the chief herbs for treating skin problems, for revitalizing the nerves and brain cells. C.asiatica is claimed to have preventive and curative properties against several diseases by the traditional herbal medicinal practitioners of Jharkhand.