Flowers and fruits are collected dried and stored. Dried flowers and fruits are fried in oil and, with the addition of flour and water, a thin soup (kali) is made and given to the patient of Ishkama Bik (diarrhoea) and dysentery at least twice. The fresh leaves are crushed into a paste and the paste is applied to Bichich (eczema).
|Botanical Name||Clematis graveolens|
|Part used||Flower and fruit|
|Locally used for||Ishkama Bik (Diarrhoea), dysentery, Bichich (eczema)|