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Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Cynodon dactylon Garika Arugam Pullu Darbha Durva



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Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers.

Family: Poaceae
Assamese:dubari
Bengali: durba
Bontoc: babbalut
Chinese :   百慕达草.
Chinese: gou ya gen
Danish :  Bermudagræs.
Dogri: drubb, durva
Dutch :  Handjesgras.
English: Australian couch, Bahama grass, balama grass, Bermuda grass, couch grass, devil's grass, devilgrass, dog's tooth grass, grama, Indian doab, quick grass, Bermuda grass
Fijian: kabuta, kambuta
Filipino: kawad-kawaran
Finnish :  Varvasheinä.
French: chiendent, chiendent dactyle, chiendent pied-de-poule, cynodon dactyle, grand chiendent, gros chiendent, herbe de couverture, herbes des Bermudes, pied de poule
German :   Bermudagras,  Hundszahngras.
Hawaiian: mānienie, mānienie haole
Hindi: dhob, dhoboghas, dhub, dobri, drub, dub, dubala, dubla, dubra, durba, kabbar, kalighas, khabbal, romghas
Homeopathy: cynodon dactylon
I-Kiribati: te uteute
Iloko: galud-galud
Italian :  Gramigna comune.
Japanese :   バーミューダグラス  Baamyudaa gurasu,    バミューダグラス   Bamyudaa gurasu,   ギョウギシバ  Gyougishiba, 行儀芝.
Japanese: gyogishiba
Kannada: doorve, garike,
Malayalam: beli-caraga, karuka, karukappullu
Mangarevan: matie
Manipuri: tingthou
Maori (Cook Islands): matie ‘enua
Marathi: dhoorva, dhurva, doorva, durva, hariaaly, hariali, harialy, haryali, karala, neelidhoorva, paadaridhoorva
Mizoram: phaitualhnim, phaitualhnium
Nauruan: ibugibugi
Nepalese :     Dubo,   Panjaa,   Seto duvo,   Situu.
Niuean: mosie molulu, motie molulu
Oriya: phaitualhnim, phaitualhnium, dubbo ghas
Portuguese :  Capim-Bermuda (Brazil), Grama bermuda, Grama-seda.
Sanskrit: dhurva, durmara, durva, 
Spanish :  Grama común,  Grama de España, Hierba Bermuda, Hierba fina,  Pasto bermuda.
Spanish: agraisa, barenillo, grama Bermuda, grama brava, grama común, grama dulce, grama rastera, gramilla, gramilla brava, gramilla Italiana, hierba fina, paja de la virgen, palo delgado, pasto Argentina, pasto Bermuda, pasto de gallina, pasto de las Bermudas, pasto inglés, pata de perdiz, pelo de conejo, zacate de aguijilla, zacate de Bermuda, zacate de conejo, zacate de gallina, zacate gallina
Swedish :   Bermudagräs,  Hundtandsgräs.
Tagalog: kulatai
Tamil: arugam pullu
Telugu: garika
Thai : Ya phaet, Ya phraek.
Tibetan: du dkar po, du rba snon po, du-rba, dul ba snon po (d), dur ba dkar po (d), la-ta
Tongan: musie vai
Tuvaluan: mouku
Urdu: dub
Vietnamese :   Cỏ chỉ, Cỏ chỉ - mùa khô, Cỏ chỉ - mùa mưa, Cỏ gà.

Ayurvedic uses: Raktapitta, Trushnaroga, Daharoga, Visarpa, Tvakaroga, Arocaka, Duhsvapna, Bhutaroga, Raktapitta, Chardi, Murccha, Raktapradara, Mutra Daha. The grass is a reputed as a remedy in epitaxis, haematuria, inflammed tumours, whitlows fleshy excrescences, cuts, wounds, bleeding piles, cystitis, nephritis and in scabies and other skin diseases. It is credited with astringent, diuretic, antidiarrhoeal, anticatarrhal, styptic and antiseptic properties. The dried fibrous root in menorrhagia, metrorrhagia and burning micturation.

Oliguria, neuroasthenia, eye diseases, renal diseases, diarrhoea diseases due to menstrual disorders in female and urinary disorders in male and skin infections. (Medicinal Plants of Myanmar)

Whole plant: For an aperient tea. Boiled with Chamaesyce hirta for remedying diarrhoea and biliousness. Decoction of whole plant used to treat anuria ("stoppage of water"), stomachache, and in baths to prevent itching (Medicinal Plants of the Guianas (Guyana, Surinam, French Guiana)

Unani uses: Surkh Bada, Shara, Sozish-e-Baul, Qai

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