"Rutaceae, commonly known as Rue or Citrus family is represented in Pakistan by 11 genera and 27 species, many of which have been naturalized in different areas, being cultivated and hybridized for edible, medicinal and ornamental purposes. Most species are frequently aromatic with glands on the leaves or thorns. Boenininghusenia albiflora is an important genus of this family with medicinal history. The leaves are pounded and applied to cuts and wounds as a styptic and to speed the healing process. They are crushed and placed in the nostrils in the treatment of malaria.
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