Lloyd Institute of Management and Technology (Pharm.)

Medicinal and Herbal Garden

Lloyd College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research , Greater Noida, has the privilege of maintaining a herbal garden within the campus with more than 80 species of important medicinal and aromatic plants. The garden is attached with the Pharmacy Building and its main purpose is to carry out experimental work, serves an important tool for teaching and research, to preserve and promote the medicinal values of the plants which grow mostly wild, in our surrounding and whose properties are beneficial in maintaining a balance between man and nature. Herbal gardens are the precious source of raw material for medicinal remedies used in primary health care. The herbal garden generally consists of all the herbs which have medicinal and aromatic properties.

Presently medicinal and aromatic plants are becoming increasingly economically important due to growing demand for herbal products to cure different diseases. Number of advantages are gained from the establishment of herbal garden as is ready fresh natural resource available for ingredients medicinally.

Keeping in view the importance of herbal garden Lloyd School of Pharmacy has established an Herbal Garden where more than 80 rare, threatened and commercially important medicinal plants have been introduced from various regions of Northern India for cultivation and propagation.

List of some commonly used plants growing in the herbal garden, Lloyd School of pharmacy.

S. No.

Common name

Botanical Name

Family

1.

Neem

Azadirachta indica

Meliaceae

2.

Tulsi

Ocimum sanctum

Labiatae

3.

Pathar Chati

Coleus barbatus

Lamiaceae

4.

Shatavari

Asparagus racemosus

 Liliaceae

5.

Lavander

 Lavandula officinalis

Labiateae

6.

Tobacco

Nicotiana tobacum

 Solanaceae

7.

False Ashoka Tree

Polyalthia longifolia

Annonaceae

8.

Lemon Grass

Cymbopogon flexuausus

Graminae

9.

Peppermint

Mentha  piperita

Lamiaceae

10.

Clove

Eugenia caryophyllus

Myrtaceae

11.

Lemon

Citrus limon

Rutaceae

12.

Potato

Solanum tuberosum

Solanaceae

13.

Metha Neem

Murraya koenigii

Rutaceae

14.

Vinca

Catharanthus roseus

Apocynaceae

15.

Henna

Lawsonia inermis

Lythraceae

16.

Ashwagandha

Withania somnifera

Solanaceae

17.

Turmeric

Curcuma longa

Zingiberaceae

18.

Ginger

Zingiber officinale

Zingiberaceae

19.

Coriander

Coriandrum sativum

Umbelliferae

20.

Methi

Trigonella foenum-graecum

Leguminosae

21.

Capsicum

Capsicum annum

Solanaceae

22.

Gokhru

Tribulus terristris

Zygophyllaceae

23.

China Rose

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis

Malvaceae

24.

Cinnamon

Cinnamomum zeylanicum

Lauraceae

25.

Bael

Aegle marmelos

Rutaceae 

26.

Rose

Rosa damascena

Rosaceae

27.

Thevitia

Thevetia nerifolia

 Apocynaceae

28.

Fennel

Foeniculum vulgare

Umbelliferae

29.

Mustard

Brassica nigra

Brassicaceae

30.

Arjuna

Terminalia arjuna

 Combretaceae

31.

Amla

Emblica officinalis

Euphorbiaceae

32.

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus globulus

Myrtaceae

33.

Cannabis

Cannabis sativa

Cannabaceae 

34.

Datura

Datura metal

Solanaceae

35.

Ajwain

Trachyspermum ammi

Apiaceae

36.

Bottal Palm

Palmiste Gargoulette

Arecaceae

37.

Mint

Mentha Arvensis

Lamiaceae

38.

Castor

Ricinus communis

Euphorbiaceae

39.

Garlic

Allium sativum

Liliaceae

40.

Onion

Allium cepa

Liliaceae

41.

Jamun

Syzygium cumini

Myrtaceae

42.

Pomegranate

Punica granatum

Punicaceae

43.

Calotropus

Calotropis procera

Asclepiadaceae

44.

Spinach

Spinacia oleracea

Amaranthaceae

45.

Carrot

Dacus carota

 Apiaceae

46.

Radish

Raphanus sativus

Brassicaceae

47.

Aloe

Aloe vera

Liliaceae

48.

Opium

Papaver somniferum

Papaveraceae

49.

Marigold

Calendula officinalis

Asteraceae

50.

Chukander

Beta vulgaris

Chenopodiaceae

51.

Shatut

Mores alba

Moraceae

52.

Milk- Thistle

Silybum marianum

Asteraceae

53.

Giloe

Tinospora cordifolia

Menispermaceae

54

Sudershan

Crinum latifolium

Amaryaldaceae