Local Practice:

The root of Zha is dug up from a dry pace, not an irrigated field. The root is cleaned and rubbed against a desu (plain stone), with a few drops of water, into a paste. Then a paste is prepared from a peach stone, in the same way on a desu. These two pastes are mixed and applied around sore irritated eyes at night before sleep. Two applications are considered sufficient enough for recovery.

Local Name Zha
Botanical Name Artemisia brevifolia
Part used Root
Locally used for Sore and irritated eyes