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Query from: anjali, India, 03/26/08
Topic: FITNESS      Submitted on: Ask Agent
Subject: plz provide the telugu menings for red clover,saw palmetto,Hops,Fennel,Wild Yam,Kudzu,Licorice and F

plz provide the telugu menings for red clover,saw palmetto,Hops,Fennel,Wild Yam,Kudzu,Licorice and FenuGreek

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Response from: NEERAJA NAVEEN,   
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The most of the names you have asked about can not be translated in Telugu.These are related to Ayurvedic herbs.

The meaning of Fennel is : sompu,YAM : Kanda, Fenugreek,: Menthulu.

Red clover : is an Ayurvedic Medicinal Herb.There is no particular meaning in Telugu.This is a flower which most commonly used in Ayurvedic medicines.

Trifolium pratense (Red Clover) is a species of clover, native to Europe, western Asia and northwest Africa, but planted and naturalised in many other regions.

The isoflavones and phytoestrogens from Red Clover have been used to treat the symptoms of menopause. Women who are pregnant and breastfeeding should avoid ingesting Red Clover. It has also been reported that red clover can be used for therapeutic purposes for coughs, bronchitis, eczema, sores, scrofula and can be gargled for mouth ulcers and sore throats.

Hops :

This article is about the beer ingredient. For the botanical article on the hop plant see Hop (plant). See Hop for other meanings Hop cone in a Hallertau, Germany, hop yardHops are the female flowers of the hop plant (Humulus lupulus). They are used primarily as a flavoring and stability agent in beer, and also for other beverages and in herbal medicine. The first documented use in beer is from the eleventh century. Hops contain several characteristics favorable to beer, balancing the sweetness of the malt with bitterness, contributing flowery, citrus, fruity or herbal aromas, and having an antibiotic effect that favors the activity of brewer's yeast over less desirable microorganisms. The hop plant is a vigorous climbing herbacious perrennial, usually grown up strings in a field called a hopfield, hop garden or hop yard. Many different varieties of hop are grown by farmers all around the world, with different types being used for particular styles of beer.

saw palmetto :

The fruits of the saw palmetto are highly enriched with fatty acids and phytosterols, and extracts of the fruits have been the subject of intensive research for the treatment of urinary tract infections.

It is a small palm, normally reaching a height of around 2-4 m. Its trunk is sprawling, and it grows in clumps or dense thickets in sandy coastal lands or as undergrowth in pine woods or hardwood hammocks. Erect stems or trunks are rarely produced but are found in some populations. It is endemic to the southeastern United States, most commonly along the Atlantic and Gulf coastal plains, but also as far inland as southern Arkansas. It is extremely slow growing, and long lived, with some plants, especially in Florida, possibly being as old as 500-700 years

Kudzu : is a climbing, woody or semi-woody, perennial vine capable of reaching heights of 20–30 m (66-98 ft) in trees, but also scrambles extensively over lower vegetation. The leaves are deciduous, alternate and compound, with a petiole (leaf stem) 10–20 cm (4–8 in) long and three broad leaflets 14–18 cm (6–7 in) long and 10 cm (4 in) broad. The leaflets may be entire or deeply 2–3 lobed, and are pubescent underneath with hairy margins.

Liquorice:

Powdered liquorice root is an effective expectorant, and has been used for this purpose since ancient times, especially in Ayurvedic medicine where it is also used in tooth powders. Modern cough syrups often include liquorice extract as an ingredient. Additionally, liquorice may be useful in conventional and naturopathic medicine for both mouth ulcers[8] and peptic ulcers.[9] Non-prescription aphthous ulcer treatment CankerMelts incorporates glycyrrhiza in a dissolving adherent troche. Liquorice is also a mild laxative and may be used as a topical antiviral agent for shingles, ophthalmic, oral or genital herpes.

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Response from: Geetha Gopakumar,   
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Fenu Greek - menthulu Red Clover - Lavangam Fennel - Menthulu Kudzu - Darigummadi Licorice - Yashtimadhukam, Atimadhuramu; Willd - Tippateege in telugu.

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Response from: Suresh Chandra Gupta,   
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These names seem to be of herbs and spices. Rather than posting in Fitness category, you could have addressed it to a Telugu knowing Council Member. However, I have some information from some references I have on herbs and spices: red clover - Lavangalu; Fennel - Sopuginja; Wild yem - Kanda Dumpa; Fennu Greek - Memthi Kora.

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Response from: savithri gopalan,   
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I dont understand what this question has to do with fitness? What are these things? savithri

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