Mahendragarh, October 24
A survey just lately carried out by a crew of scientists led by Dr Saurabh Panday from Indian Institute of Expertise, Roorkee, has recognized 141 species of angiospermic vegetation at Dhosi Hill in Narnaul city. Amongst these, 45 species are used to arrange medicines for the therapy of most cancers, respiratory and cardiac illnesses, ulcer, liver and kidney infections.
The survey carried out in affiliation with the Haryana State Biodiversity Board and NH Consultancy Personal Restricted was at exploring the biodiversity of the area and discover out uncommon species of vegetation in order that they may very well be preserved.
Dr Panday who’s a former Principal Investigator on the Worldwide Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), Delhi, maintained Dhosi hill was the place the place ‘Chyawanprash’– a paste of 46 herbs – was found by Rishi Chyavana and all these herbs can be found there.
Dr Kavita Saini, an entomologist, stated the survey helped them uncover important conventional varieties and breeds of natural world which have been on the verge of extinction. —TPR