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herb seeds in Kashmir

The medicinal plant garden created, grown and nurtured by JKMPIC around its unit complex contains Kashmir’s largest privately owned collection of medicinal plants,spanning over 300 varieties, including rare and endemic medicinal plants.

The garden is a treasure teove of herbal remedies that have been used for thousands of years by our ancestors for healing,health and beauty.

All plants in the garden are carefully conserved for future generations.further, a tissue culture lab. Established within the medicinal plant garden propagates and distributes rare medicinal plants as a further conservation effort. The plant research centre also nestled within the garden carries out advanced plant research into the medicinal plants in the garden, researching and validating their traditional uses.
Herbal Seed Company
Availability of planting material, tree saplings, herb seed, flower seeds, fruit plants, creepers & climbers, medicinal herbs, herbal roots, crude drugs, bulbs, corms, rhizomes, stem tubers & root tubers,aromatic plants..

Heirloom Heritage Open Pollinated Medicinal Herb seeds great for organic gardens in Jammu and Kashmir .

Availability of planting material, tree saplings, herb seed, flower seeds, fruit plants, creepers & climbers, medicinal herbs, herbal roots,crude drugs, bulbs, corms, rhizomes, stem tubers & root tubers,aromatic plants..

Milk Thistle seeds,Silybum marianum seed 
Thymus serpyllum seeds
Melia azedarach seeds 
Vitex negundo
Fumaria officinalis
Malva sylvestris
Paonea Officinalis
Paonea emodi
Cuscuta reflexa
Cordia latifolia
Pinus longifolia 
Pinus wallichiana
Eclipta prostrate
Ruta Graveolens
Hyoscyamus niger
Abutilon indicum
Berberis aristata
Valeriana wallichina
Nardostachys jatamansi
Ziziphus jujube
Polygonum aviculare
Abelmoschus esculentus
Acacia speciosa
Brassica juncea
Lactuca sativa
Parmelia perlata
Glycyrrhiza glabra
Mentha arvensis
Argemone mexicana
Pastinaca sativa
Anacyclus pyrethrum
Punica granatum
Plantago ovata
Mentha spicata
Centella asiatica
Salvia haematodes
Rheum rhabarbarum
Shorea robusta
Sapindus mukorossi 
Urtica dioica
Rhus soriaria
Helianthus annuus
Berberis lyceum
Juglans regia
Juglans nigra
Lupinus albus 
Withania somnifera
Indigofera tinctoria,Indigo 
Achillea millefolium
Nigella sativa,Kalonji seeds
Asparagus officinalis
Mint seeds-Common Mint,Mintha spp.
Mountain Mint-Pycnanthemum pilosum
Nicotiana seeds-Nicotiana rustica
Plantain seeds, Plantago major
Lemon balm seed,Melissa officinalis
Hyssop officinalis-Hyssop seeds
Hops vines,Cascade,Humulus lupulus,Mount hood
Great Mullein seed
Elderberry, Sambucus spp
Carthamus Tinctorius, False Saffron
Ferula asafetida
Ferula Asafoetida
Ferula jaeschkeana
Gul-e-Dawoodi
Anise hyssop seeds, Agastache foeniculum
Artemisia seeds, Wormwood, Artemisia absinthium

Jammu & Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
POB 667 GPO
Srinagar
SGR JK 190001
Write us at : jkmpic@gmail.com
Mob: 09858986794/09419966983
Ph/fax : 01933-223705





Parrotiopsis jacquemontiana seed plant


Parrotiopsis jacquemontiana trees in Kashmir
Parrotiopsis jacquemontiana is a 
species of deciduous 
shrub or small tree in the witch 
hazel family, native 
to the western Himalayas,
 particularly Kashmir, 
Murree, Hazara, 
the Swat District, and 
Kurram, at altitudes 
from 1200 to 2800 meters.

The branches are very 
strong and flexible. 
They are used in basket 
making and 
can also be twisted 
together into 
thick ropes for making 
bridges. 
Wood - hard, heavy, 
very close 
grained. Used for walking 
sticks, tent pegs, axe handles etc.

Availability of Planting material,seed, leaves

Jammu & Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
POB 667 GPO 
Srinagar
SGR JK 190001
Write us at : jkmpic@gmail.com
Mob: 09858986794/09419966983
Ph/fax : 01933-223705

Inca berries (Golden berries)

Inca dried fruit berries
Inca berries (Golden berries) 70 days. Huge yields of tart-sweet berries. This is the common type used by the Pilgrims; excellent for pies, jams, and preserves of all kinds; also delicious fresh. The fruit grows inside a paper-like husk (the same as Tomatillos). 
Inca fruit plant
Inca berries (Golden berries). All the Physalis types yield fruit loosely enclosed in papery husks (including the Tomatillo, which we list separately), and nearly all come from the New World. All are started just like tomatoes and are super easy to grow; they do not need to be staked! Few people realize that the Physalis varieties store extremely well when kept in their protective husks, lasting for quite some time under refrigeration. They are used fresh or cooked and are very juicy and sweet.

Pkt (250 seeds) INR : 5500.00
Open-Pollinated,Authentic & Organic

Jammu & Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
POB 667 GPO 
Srinagar
SGR JK 190001
Write us at : jkmpic@gmail.com
Mob: 09858986794/09419966983
Ph/fax : 01933-223705

Sweet Chestnut Tree Seeds Kashmir

Sweet Chestnut Trees for sale direct from
Castanea sativa trees Kashmir
Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants
Introduction Centre. High Quality
Sweet Chestnut (Castanea sativa)
Trees available now.

Buy seed/planting material of Sweet Chestnut

The Jammu & Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
POB 667 GPO 
Srinagar
SGR JK 190001
Write us at : jkmpic@gmail.com
Mob: 09858986794/09419966983
Ph/fax : 01933-223705

sweet chestnut trees for sale, sweet chestnut trees for sale  kashmirsweet chestnut tree fruit trees

Growing Sage for profit

Salvia officinalis-Sage is one of the oldest medicinal plants being used since ancient Egypt. By then it was used to stop bleeding wounds and for disinfection, also having curative properties in gastric diseases.
An old proverb says “who has sage in the garden does not need a doctor”, and reality perfectly reflects this sayings. In the garden it chase away insects that attack carrots, cabbage, strawberries, tomatoes and marjoram.
Dried sage leaves placed in the closet banish insects from the house. Sage essential oil is used in cosmetics, and the leaves are used successfully both in phytotherapy and gastronomy.
Sage can do wonders for the beauty chapter, especially for our hair. For example, in order to maintain the natural color and shine of your hair, after washing it with regular shampoo, do the final rinse with this decoction prepared as follows: put 3-4 tablespoons of crushed soaked sage in half a liter of water, let it sit for 8-10 hours then filter the liquid.
The resulting preparation is put aside and the plant left after filtration is boiled in half liter of water for five minutes, then leave to cool and filtered. Finally mix the two extracts, yielding approximately one liter of preparation that is used internally (1-2 cups per day) or externally as compresses and baths.
For black hair, a decoction prepared in the same way is recommended, but in a mixture of equal parts of black tea and sage. Sage is also good for gray hair care because it strengthens and restores its color.
Also, your teeth will become whiter and brighter if you rub them with sage leaves. Rinsing your mouth with tea sage will ensure an efficient cleaning of the oral cavity and, in addition, a fresh breath. Availability of Sage tea, Sage herb, Sage powder, Sage seeds &  Sage planting material only at Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
A place to record all the plants I find.....

The Jammu & Kashmir
Medicinal PlantsIntroduction Centre
POB 667 GPO 
Srinagar
SGR JK 190001
Write us at : jkmpic@gmail.com
Mob: 09858986794/09419966983
Ph/fax : 01933-223705



Galinsoga parviflora- Gallant Soldier plants in Kashmir

Gallant Soldier

Family: Compositae
Galinsoga parvifloraGallant Soldier When rubbed onto the body, the plant is useful in 
treating nettle stings. The juice of the plant is applied to  treat wounds, 
It helps to coagulate the blood of fresh  cuts and wounds.

Availability of seed/plant
JK Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
POB: 667 GPO Srinagar SGR J&K 190001
Cell : 09858986794/09419966983
Ph: 01933-223705

e-mail: jkmpic@gmail.com

Tagetes minuta seeds kashmir

Tagetes minuta
Himalaya marigold-Wild marigold/Muster-John-Henry
Latin name: Tagetes minuta
Synonyms: Tagetes glandulifera, Tagetes glandulosa
Family: Compositae

Medicinal use of Tagetes minuta : The whole plant is anthelmintic, antispasmodic, aromatic, diaphoretic, diuretic, purgative and stomachic. It is used internally in the treatment of gastritis, indigestion and internal worms. Externally, it is used to treat haemorrhoids and skin infections. The plant is harvested when in flower and dried for later use.

Edible parts of Tagetes minuta : The dried leaves are used as an aromatic seasoning for soups and vegetables. They give an apple-like flavour. An essential oil obtained from the distilled plant, harvested when in flower, is used as a flavouring in ice cream, baked goods, soft drinks etc.

Other uses of the herb: This plant is widely used in companion planting schemes. Secretions from the roots of growing plants have an insecticidal effect on the soil, effective against nematodes and to some extent against keeled slugs. These secretions are produced about 3 - 4 months after sowing. These root secretions also have a herbicidal effect, inhibiting the growth of certain plants growing nearby. It has been found effective against perennial weeds such as Ranunculus ficaria (Celandine), Aegopodium podagraria Ground elder), Glechoma hederacea (Ground ivy), Agropyron repens (Couch grass) and Convolvulus arvensis (Field bindweed). An essential oil distilled from the leaves and flowering stems, harvested when the plant is forming seeds, is used as an insect repellent. It is also used in perfumery. Dried plants can be hung indoors as an insect repellent.

Availability of seed/plant
JK Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
POB: 667 GPO Srinagar SGR J&K 190001
Cell : 09858986794/09419966983
Ph: 01933-223705

e-mail: jkmpic@gmail.com

Wild lettuce- Lactuca virosa plant

Opium-like painkiller alternative  can be found growing  in your garden...

If you’re suffering from  pain of any type, your  first impulse might be 
to reach for a pill. 

If that is the case, then you  are not alone. Many people rely on 
over-the-counter or prescription pain me...


Availability of seed/plant
JK Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
POB: 667 GPO Srinagar SGR J&K 190001
Ph: 09858986794/09419966983

Ph: 01933-223705
Wild lettuce

e-mail: jkmpic@gmail.com


Ziziphus jujuba seeds

Ziziphus fruit seeds
Jujube (Ziziphus jujuba) is a member of the buckthorn 
family (Rhamnaceae) of plants. It is
a small deciduous shrub with shiny 
green leaves and yellowish-green 
flowers. The fruit itself is oval and 
green when unripe and 
purplish-brown and 
wrinkled (like a date) 
when mature.

Availability of seeds
JK Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
POB 667 GPO Srinagar SGR J&K 190001

Ph: 09858986794/ 09419966983
Ph: 01933-223705
e-mail: jkmpic@gmail.com

Centre for High Altitude Biology-CeHAB-Kashmir

Medicinal trees
The medicinal plant garden created, grown and nurtured by JKMPIC around its unit complex contains Kashmir’s largest privately owned collection of medicinal plants,spanning over 300 varieties, including rare and endemic medicinal plants.

The garden is a treasure teove of herbal remedies that have been used for thousands of years by our ancestors for healing,health and beauty.

All plants in the garden are carefully conserved for future generations.further, a tissue culture lab. Established within the medicinal plant garden propagates and distributes rare medicinal plants as a further conservation effort. The plant research centre also nestled within the garden carries out advanced plant research into the medicinal plants in the garden, researching and validating their traditional uses.

Centre for HighAltitude Biology-CeHAB-Kashmir

POB 667 GPO Srinagar SGR J&K 190001

Ph: 09858986794/ 09419966983
Ph: 01933-223705
e-mail: jkmpic@gmail.com


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Ginkgo seeds


Ginkgo House
The Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centrewas established under the  Fruit & Medicinal plants Development Project during the year 2020-2011.  The infrastructure, existing as on date, was created over a period of 5-10 years.  The Ginkgo plantation was started during the year 2001-2004.  The main thrust of the programme was to develop Ginkgo plantation of  improved cultivars. 

Cultivars/Varieties
'Autumn Gold' (perhaps Autumn Gold™) - This male (non-fruiting) selection is common in the trade and notable for its symmetrical crown that is broad and rounded. The mature size is 50' tall with a 30' spread and fall color is an excellent deep yellow.
'Jade Butterfly' - An unusual dwarf, slow-growing form, this plant has bright green leaves and a mature height that is less than half that of standard forms. It's an introduction out of New Zealand that is gaining popularity.
'Magyar' - An introduction that is gaining momentum in the trade, this plant is a non-fruiting male with upright, ascending branching to 60' tall and half as wide. It is well-suited to urban planting as a street tree.
'Pendula' (also listed as f. pendula) - Plants listed under this name are quite variable, with few expressing a strong weeping habit. Most bear branches that are horizontal or droop slightly
'PNI 2720' (Princeton Sentry®) - A very popular non-fruiting male form, this form assumes an upright habit that tapers to the point. It reaches 60' tall, but only 25' wide.
'Saratoga' - Commonly offered, this plant has a strong central leader and an upright, narrow habit (40' tall and 30' tall).
'Variegata' - Many different clones are offered under this name, but most feature leaves that are irregularly streaked with yellow.

Contact:-
Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
POB 667 GPO Srinagar SGR J&K 190001
Mob: 09858986794/09419966983
Ph: 01933-223705
e-mail: jkmpic@gmail.com
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