One type of herb is costus. Saussurea lappa is a Himalayan herb with an aromatic root that has medical benefits and also produces an oil used in perfumery. Others include the sawwort costus or kusta (Saussurea lappa), an Indian plant whose root is used to treat persistent skin conditions. It contains many of black blossoms as well as a substantial, tapering root.
Costus productus, also known as Costus comosus, is a species that can be eaten. The petals of flowers are incredibly tasty and nourishing.
The root and the oil that is produced from the root are used to make medicine. It is possible to treat worm (nematode) infestations with the root of the costus tree. Costus oil is used to treat severe intestinal disorders like cholera and dysentery as well as asthma, cough, and gas. Additionally, it is used as a digestive tonic and stimulant. Among the illnesses that costus afer is used to treat include gastrointestinal disorders, diabetes mellitus, arthritis, malaria, measles, and the common cold.
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