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Description for Guma
Guma is a census town in Habra II CD Block of Barasat sadar subdivision in North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal. Ashokenagar police station serves this town
Planting and care
Head Leucas is an annual herb with stems erect, unbranched or with few branches, 10-50 cm, leafy, hairy with spreading and adpressed retrorse hairs. Leaves are narrow oblong-elliptic, cuneate,
nearly entire to slightly toothed, up to 8 x 2 cm, with long and short eglandular hairs denser below. Leaf-stalk on lower leaves is nearly-absent to about 5 mm. Flowers are borne in 1-2 distant spherical dense whorls on branches
Caring for Guma
- Sepal cup is 1.2-1.5 cm, tubular, slightly curved, clearly nerved, with a slightly oblique mouth, distinctly hairy at throat, with eglandular and sometimes also with very short glandular hairs; teeth 10, subequal, shortly triangular, mucronulate, about 1 mm. Flowers are white, about 1.5 cm, upper lip bearded; lower lip clearly longer than upper. Nutlets are narrow oblong, bluntly trigonous, about 3 x 2 mm.
Typical uses of Guma
Special features: na
Culinary use: leaves
Ornamental use: The plant is used for ornamental purpose.
Medicinal use: Ayurvedic herb
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