Today's 'Civilised' man rarely uses herbs and medicinal plants which were recognised and used for healing by his ancestors for many millenniums.
Thankfully, the modern science , in the recent years has proven the pharmatherapeutic potency of these herbs. These plants are now being applied to uses that range from therapeutic, medicinal, wellness, aromatic, culinary, household and cosmic purposes. Rare species of plants such as Pingu, Lodha Medha and Jasti madhu can be seen at Ekamravan
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The garden has helped to save rare varieties of medicinal plants from near extinction, The Nilabrungaraj or green Eclipta is one such herb. It was popularly used as a tonic for hair in the 1950s and 60s after
which it was rarely found.
The Plant was found after a painstaking search in the jungles of Narsinghpur area in Cuttack district and has been propagated in Ekamravan