Plantago major L.
|Scientific Name||Plantago major L.|
|Vernacular name||A kyaw-baung-tha-thaung|
|Locality||MYANMAR: Shan State; Community Watershed Reserve Forest, around Myinka village, Kalaw Township.|
|Notes||Evergreen forest, forest floor. Plant 2 cm in height. Fruits green.|
|Use||Wild edible plant: young leaves for salad; medicinal plant: leaf heated on fire to become wilted, touch on abscess and boils; paste of leaves used as bandage for broken legs; young leaves prepared as salad, consumed as food for toxaemia and hypertension; paste of entire plant used over abscess|
|Collectors||Thant Shin, Tin Ko Ko & Aung Kyaw Htay|
|Date||7 June 2015|