Fresh or dried plants are ground and into a powder. The powder is then stored in bottles. In case of indigestion and abdominal pain (ishkama chomique), the powder is mixed with Kali (soup) and is given to the patient, once a day at bed time, for two days. Fresh or dry leaves are boiled in water and by addition of milk, tea is made which is used against malarial fever.
|Botanical Name||Codonopsis clematidea|
|Part used||Whole plant excluding root|
|Locally used for||Indigestion and malarial fever|