Seeds are collected, cleaned, dried and stored in vessels. The seeds are ground and mixed with soup (kali) or tea and given to patient. In some cases, the cleaned seeds are mixed with lukewarm water, shaken and given to the patient of lshkama bik (diarrhoea) and Garmi (fever).
|Local Name||Plantago lanceolata|
|Botanical Name||Plantago lanceolata|
|Locally used for||Ishkama bik (diarrhoea) and Garmi (fever).|