Local name – Perhpawng-chaw/ Hlothlum
Uses – Plant juice is taken to reduce kidney stone.
Local name – Vawmva
Uses – Seed is used to keep roundworms at bay.
Local name – Tum
Uses – Fleshy toddy is taken as food during famine.
Local name – Tuihlo
Uses – Leaf paste is applied on Dermatophytosis (ringworm).
Local name – Serthlum
Uses – Leaf decoction is taken as remedy for malaria.
Local name – Sumbul
Uses – Raw plant is taken as a remedy for tonsillitis.
Local name – Thakpui
Uses – Root decoction boiled with crabs is therapeutic for jaundice.
Local name – Sernam
Uses – Fruit is given during hysteria, headache & paralysis.
Local name – Berawchal
Uses – Plant juice is applied on boils and warts.
Local name – Zawngtenawh-lu
Uses – Plant decoction is taken during diabetes and also to preserve placenta.
Local name – Vawktesentil
Uses – Leaf poultice is applied on burns and sores.
Local name – Herhse
Uses – Flowers & leaves are used as astringent, stomach ache and against snakebite and scorpion sting.
Local name – Ngiau
Uses – Leaf infusion is taken with honey for colic. Fruit and seed paste is used for crackle feet.
Local name – Japanhlo
Uses – The leaf juice is used during dysentery and acts as a haemostatic.
Local name – Hlonuar
Uses – Leaves and root are used for piles & fistula.
Local name – Lum
Uses – Leaf poultice is applied on crackled feet.
Local name – Choakthi
Uses – Leaf juice is used during dysentery and vomiting.