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Apple Tree
Arabian Jasmine
Arjun Tree
Asiatic grewia
Banyan Tree
Barbados Aloe
Bauhinia-Red (Red Ebony)
Beleric Myrobalans/ Beddanut
Belly ache bush
Bengal Gramm
Bengal Quince
Betal Leaf
Betal Nut Palm
Bitter Gourd
Bitter Luffa
Black Catechu
Black cumin/ Nigella Seed
Black Hellebore
Black Musale
Black night shade
Black Pepper
Black-kurchi (Kala-Kuda)
Blue shankhpushpi
Bonduc Nut (Fevernut)

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ISBN: 9781301080786
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