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alt Indian Medicinal /Aromatic plantsavailable at Our Herbal Nursery. 

1.Jatropha (plants and seeds).

2.Anatto(plants and seeds)

3.Safed Musli

4.Sarpgandha (plants and seeds)



7.Asgandh (seeds)


9.Kalihari(plants and seeds)

10.Chironji (plants)

11.Lemon grass (ALL VARIETIES) 

And many more herbs.


altNote - Plants will be available on advanced booking only.alt  







Wow!!! Start 6 To 7 Kg. Black Paper  From each Plant.    
Annatto Farms- Wow!!! New Annatto Variety "Bixa Orellana" - MDA 14 Start Just after 18 months of 50 years .   
Safed Musli (MDB-14) Wow!!! New Safed Musli Variety (MDB-14) high yielding disease free. Giving Wonderful Results from 14 years.   



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Samagra Adivasi Medicinal Plant Developement Association


1. Annual Research Report year 2002-2003
2. Farm bulletin and project reports on all major medicinal and aromatic crops.

1. Chief Scientist: Recruitment Under Process soon to be recruited...
2. Senior Scientist:
3. Field Scientist:

Research Achievements

1. Agrotechnology :- Agrotechnology for organic cultivation of
a) Safed musli (Chlorophytum borivilianum)
b) Annatto ( Bixa orellena )
c) Buch (Acorus calamus)
d) Kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata)
e) Kamhar (Gmelina arborea)
f) Kali musli ( Curculigo orchoides)
g) Mandukparni (Centella asiatica)
h) Sarpgandha (Rauvolfia serpentina)
i) Lemon grass ( Cympbopogon citratus), have been developed for the Chhattisgarh farmers.
j)Black Pepper (Kali Mirch) 

2. Seed Bank / Field Gene Bank
SAMPDA is having rich collection of indigenous herbal species. The emphasis is on Safed Musli herb. At present over 16 wild species are maintained in field gene bank.

3. Technology on bio-inoculants and growth promotion of medicinal and aromatic crops.
A promising technology for the biological control of plant pathogens as well as growth promotion of the crops using bio inoculants was developed by SAMPDA. The regional farmers are taking keen interest. SAMPDA has its own vermi composting unit and training center. The research on herb based natural pesticides is also under progress.

4. Cost effective process for the extraction of Lemon Grass oil- This process has been developed and through extension,new growers are encouraged by the experts of SAMPDA to adopt it.

5. Economically viable technology for processing of Safed musli crop has also been developed.

6. Field introduction and evaluation Development of suitable commercial cultivars of Safed musli have been done. The field evaluation of some important medicinal and aromatic crops like Chlorophytum borivilianum,Bixa orellena,Andrographis paniculata,Gymnema sylvestris,J atropha curcas,Abelmoschus moschatus, Mucuna pruriens,
Ocimum Centella asiatica, Rauvolfia serpentina etc.have been done by SAMPDA.

Research Underway at SAMPDA'S research farm

(A) Field Experiments
1. Evaluation of medicinal herb based different intercropping systems.
2. Studies on efficacies of indigenous herbs as botanicals against common pest in medicinal crops.
3 .Effect of different organic inputs on growth and yield of Safed musli (Chlorophytum borivilianum)
4. Studies on growth pattern of herbs in Ethnomedico forest.
5. Field trials to evaluate the performance of different Musli species collected from different comers of India.
6. Effect of green spray on growth and yield of Sarpgandha ( Rauvolfia serpentina)

(B) Laboratory Experiments
1) Allelopathic studies on all major medicinal and aromatic crops of Chhattisgarh.
2) Studies on germination of Sarpgandha.
3) Studies on germination of Jatropha.

(C) Ethnobotanical and Ethnozoolocical surveys.
These surveys are in progress in southern parts of Chhattisgarh,lndia.

(D) Studies of Herbs in natural habitat-
These studies are underway at EMF (Ethno medico forest) developed by the SAMPDA.

(E) Soil testing and allkaloid analysis laboratory
In this labratory SAMPDA is providing soil testing facilities to the herb growers, free of cost. The facilities for analysis of Safed musli for saponin contents are also available.





    1. Evaluation, assesment, documentation, inventorisation and conservation of natural resources of Chhattisgarh, the Herbal State.
    2. Promotion of organic cultivation of Indian medicinal and aromatic crops.
    3. Promotion of organic cultivation practices with promising tools like vemicompostig etc.
    4. Provide a forum to researchers, scientists, farmers, social workers, common persons and all associated with various aspects of medicinal herbs.
    5. Development and generation of employment oppurtunities for rural youths through herbal farming.
    6. Promotion of sustainable agriculture.
    7. Field evaluations and trials to identify the suitable herbs in different parts of Chhattisgarh, India.
    8. In-situ and Ex-situ conservation of herbs.
    9. Promotion and establishment of EMF (Ethno Medico Forest)
    10. Establishment of advanced processing units of herbs.
    11. Establishment of Traditional Healer Forum.
    12. Establishment of Herbal Information Center in different regions with all tools of IT.
    13. Documentation of traditional medicinal knowledge of herbs.
    14. Revitalization of local health traditions and rediscovery of less known herbs and herbal combinations.
    15. Experimentation on different aspects of herbs based on farmer's need.
    16. Encourgement,motivation and technical help to regional non-governmental organisations.
    17. Promotion of herbal marketing and elimination of middle men.
    18. Establishment of advanced research laboratory for quality analysis of herbs.
    19. Development of herbal nursery to provide different herbs at lower rates.
    20. Publication of literatures on herbs in different Indian languages.
    21. Creation of awareness about valuable herbs through frequent conferences, seminars, workshops, training camps, field demonstrations, field trips etc:
    22. Establishment of herbal product manufacturing units with the objective of generation of employment oppurtunities.
    23. Empowerment of Tribals, SC/ST, Weaker section & under priviledged women.

Recently Maa Danteshwari Women self help group has been formed to.

1-Prepare Vermi Compost

2-Herbal Cultivation.        

3-Organic Farming.          

4-Herbal Processing.        

5-Herbal Nursery.             

For Marketing their products tie up with-MDHP LTD.     


Women self help group (SHG). 


Some Facts about

Samagra Adivasi Medicinal Plant Development Association (SAMPDA)

Established on 13th June 1998.

Registered on 2nd Feb. 2002.

Total registered members 68.

Total non-registered members 640

Total female members 46

Total male members 22

Scientists associated 4

Organic experts associated 2

Monthly membership 50 Rs.

Meeting schedule monthly and trimonthly

Present President -Dashmati Netam

Present Secretary -Shipra Tripathi

Official Address D.N.K. Colony, Kondagaon Bastar (India)


Founder Member Dr. Rajaram Tripathi.




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"Work Shop" on Organic Farming of Medicinal Plants at Pench Tiger Reserve on dated 27th  March 2015.







“Workshop” on THP & Development of Ethno medico


Date – 21st  March 2015

Venue – Chincholi Naka, Bhandara, Maharashtra

Organized by Forest Department of Bhandara, Maharashtra


One day National workshop on Indian Medicinal and Aromatic plants with special emphasis on Safed musli,a millenium crop Organised by :

(Samagra Adivasi Medicinal Plants Development Association)
Place: Raipur,Chhattisgarh (India)