Bhumai amla or ground water is approximately 1.5 feet to 2 feet high and one year old is planted , which appears in the form of weed rises in fields during rainy season. Although this plant is very small compared to Amla , but due to the presence of small amounts of leaves like leaves of leaves and leaves, it is probably called Amla or ‘Bhuiyan Amla’. Most of the waste land, as well as in the rainy season, in the fields, weeds are grown in the form of weeds.
The whole almanac (root, stem, leaf, flower, fruit) of Bhuiyan Amla is of medicinal use. In India , it is found in abundance in almost all areas as weed, as per the folk traditions, which are used to treat lever-related disorders, especially jaundice and hepatitis B. Due to its high concentration of potassium (approximately 0.83%) in its leaves, it is very high diuretic. Along with liver-related disorders, Bhumi Amla fever, diabetesIt is also used to treat diarrhea, eye disorders, itching and skin diseases, fumes, urinary disorders such as urination in urine, burning in urine etc. Its roots are made of useful tannic. Its root is used in constipation. Its main constituents are filenithin and hypophylanthine, and the dry synthesis of the filenyl content is 0.4% to 0.5%. Undoubtedly, Bhuwai Amla is a very big plant of medicinal use, especially in the field of Hepatitis-B, being effective in the treatment of deadly diseases, the utility of this plant has increased even further.