An alternate use of Calotropis gigantea : Biomethanation

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  title={An alternate use of Calotropis gigantea : Biomethanation},
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    Calotropis gigantea , commonly known as milkweed or swallow-wort, is a common wasteland weed and belongs to family Asclepiadaceae or Milkweed or Ak. Being native to India, it grows wild up to 900 m throughout the country 1 on a variety of soils and in different climates, sometimes where nothing else grows. Traditionally it is used to treat common diseases such as fever, rheumatism, indigestion, cough, cold, eczema, asthma, elephantiasis, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea, either alone or with… CONTINUE READING
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