Local name – Amaranthaceae
Uses – Leaf juice is applied on poisoned leach bite sores.
Local name – Chakawkria
Uses – Crushed fronds are applied externally on skin diseases.
Local name – Chakawkte
Uses – Plant infusion is taken for fever and dysentery.
Local name – Sangharvaibel
Uses – Rhizome juice is applied on mumps.
Local name – Vailenhlo
Uses – Juice of Callicarpa arborea (Hnah kiah) root bark and curcuma (Aieng) rhizome is drunk as remedy for stomach cancer.
Local name – Kangteknu
Uses – Leaf boiled in ghee is used for curing cough.
Local name – Borai
Uses – Root decoction is taken for fever and the root powder is applied externally on chronic ulcer.
Local name – Arhrikreh
Uses – Leaves are used to ward off fouls or lice.
Local name – Lakhuihthei
Uses – Leaf /fruit juice is used for curing convulsions.
Local name – Theitat
Uses – Seed as purgative; bark powder is applied to sores to draw out purulent matter; infusion is applied on pimples and cracked skin.
Local name – Phunchawng
Uses – Root is used as a stimulant & tonic; root bark as emetic; gum as tonic, demulcent, homeostatic astringent, curing diarrhea; fruit and flower for snake bite.
Local name – Thingkhawilu
Uses – Bark decoction is used during typhoid fever.
Local name – Kawhtebel
Uses – Leaf juice is taken for colic & high blood pressure.
Local name – Tawkpui
Uses – Crushed seed is applied on toothache and tooth decay.
Local name – Saisiak
Uses – Children with scabies and measles are bathed in the leaf decoction