Litsea glutinosa; Bomee
Litsea glutinosa; Bomi is a medium sized plant. The bark is thin. Gray or dark light in color. Also known as slimy bomi with bark. The leaves grow up to 15 cm and the mature leaves are dark green. Leaves ovate-ovate or elliptic. The young leaves have a very delicate bud. Inflorescence axillary racemes. The green, about 6 mm in diameter, turns dark purple when ripe. It is said that there is a type of big bomi that has similar properties. The book's leaf extract is used to make incense sticks, which threatens its survival. The bomi plant belongs to the genus Lauraceae. Bark and leaves medicinal and also used as insect repellents.
In ayurvedic medicine Used the root, bark, and leaves of bomi tree for the treatment of Damage to the body such as falls, assaults, muscle tears, poisoning, excessive ingestion, severe rheumatism, arthritis. In case of sprains, sprains, abrasions, etc. The bomi bark is rubbed with salt water and treated with a warm plaster.