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Year : 2003  |  Volume : 23  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 71-78

Some Sri Lankan common pot-herbs

Research Associate, Pali Text Society, Oxford

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Jinadas Liyanaratne
Research Associate, Pali Text Society, Oxford

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As a follow-up of the articles of R. Brindha and S. Parvathy, ASL, XXII, 2003, 166-168, fifteen edible plants of South Asian ecosystem, commonly used in Sri Lankan cuisine, are dealt with in view of their ethnobotanical and ehtonomedical value. Their vernacular names (Sanskrit, Sinhala, and Tamil given here) often reveal different botanical features and medicinal properties.

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