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The Bhringraj plant is scientifically known as Eclipta Alba. The plant is commonly known as the false daily and is cultivated almost all over the world. It belongs to the sunflower family. The plant has much importance in the Ayurveda.
The Eclipta Alba is commonly known as the Bhringraj plant. It belongs to the family of Sunflowers.
The plant is cultivated all around the world especially in the warm temperate to tropical regions for its medicinal uses.
The plant also produces yellow, white, red or blue flowers throughout the year.
The Eclipta Alba is a low maintenance plant that grows easily if the minimum care is provided.
The plant grows well in a wide temperature range of 10 degrees Celsius to 35 degrees Celsius.
Avoid growing the plant in a region where the plant sits on water for a long duration.
Drainage is most important for the growth and proper health of the plant.
The Eclipta Alba grows well when it is planted in the region which gets bright direct sunlight.
However, it can also survive when it is exposed to full shade.
The Bambusa Ventricosa has moderate water requirements.
The soil should be kept moist but not wet. Excess of moisture content in the soil may lead to leaf drop.
The plant has to be watered regularly when the top 3 inches of soil become dry.
The Eclipta Alba or Bhringraj grows well with the addition of fertilizers.
The plant may be fertilized during the onset of spring and again in the summer season as it stimulates growth.
Any organic fertiliser that is rich in Nitrogen can be used for the purpose.
The plant is used in hair fall treatment. It also cures liver disorders and skin ailments.
Due to the brightly coloured flowers it produces, it is grown as an ornamental plant in many gardens.