Kingdom of Bhutan
ブータン王国

INPUT DATA : "Kingdom of Bhutan " All the registration data

Number of matched data : 132 / Number of edible data : 126 / Number of medicinal data : 6
Species NamePurposeReference
Aconitum lacinatum Stapf
medicinalWangchuk,J.Nat.Prod.,70,(2007),1808
Wangchuk,J.Nat.Prod.,71,(2008),1808
Aconitum orochryseum Stapf
medicinalWangchuk,J.Nat.Prod.,70,(2007),1808
Aconitum orochryseum Stapf.
medicinalWangchuk,J.Nat.Prod.,71,(2008),1808
Aconitum violaceum Jacq.
medicinalWangchuk,J.Nat.Prod.,70,(2007),1808
Wangchuk,J.Nat.Prod.,71,(2008),1808
Acrossocheilus hexagonolepis
edibleCold water fisheries in the trans-Himalayan countries, (FAO Fisheries technical paper 431) (2002)
Adhatodu vasica Nees.
medicinalAbani,(2003),Medicinal Plants & Their Uses(1)Published(2003) by ABOSARBangladesh). ISBN 984-415-196-1
Aesculus indica
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Albatrellus sp.
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Allophylus zeylanicus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Amphicarpaea edgeworthii
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Anguilla bengalensis
edibleCold water fisheries in the trans-Himalayan countries, (FAO Fisheries technical paper 431) (2002)
Archangelica officinalis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Arisaema costatum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Arisaema curvatum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Arisaema tortuosum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Asparagus adscendens
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Begonia picta
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Berberis angulosa
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Berberis asiatica
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Berberis lycium
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Berberis nepalensis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Botrychium virginianum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Bupleurum falcatum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Calocera viscosa
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Cannabis sativa
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Cantharellus cibarius
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Cedrus libani
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Chaerophyllum tuberosum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Cinnamomum tamala
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Coprinus sp.
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Cordia vestita
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Coriaria nepalensis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Cornus capitata
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Cornus columa
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Cornus ferox
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Cornus macrophylla
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Crambe cordifolia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Curcuma angustifolia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Curcuma zedoaria
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Decaisnea insignis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Dendrocalamus hamiltonii
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Dillenia scabrella
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Diplazium esculentum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Embelia nagushia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Fagopyrum cymosum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Fagopyrum esculentum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Ficus erecta
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Ficus roxburghii
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Ficus rumphii
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Flemingia vestita
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Fritillaria camschatcensis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Garcinia lanceaefolia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Garcinia paniculata
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Garcinia pedunculata
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Gomphus floccosus
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Grewia sapida
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Grewia scabrophylla
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Hibiscus salicifolia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Hodgsonia heteroclita
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Holboellia latifolia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Hordeum vulgare
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Houttuynia cordata
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Hovenia dulcis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Hygrophorus russula
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Iris ensata
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Juglans regia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Juniperus recurva
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Lactarius hatsudake
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Lactarius piperatus
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Lonicera angustifolia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Lycoperdon pyriforme
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Lyophyllum fumosum
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Maesa argentea
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Mangifera sylvatica
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Melodinus monogynus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Moronobea serrata
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Mucuna capitata
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Myrsine semiserrata
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Mystus tengara
edibleCold water fisheries in the trans-Himalayan countries, (FAO Fisheries technical paper 431) (2002)
Nepeta cataria
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Osmanthus fragrans
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Parinarium polyphylla
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Phytolacca acinosa
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Pinus excelsa
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Pinus gerardiana
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Pinus longifolia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Prangos pabularia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Prinsepia utilis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Prunus nsititia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Prunus puddum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Punica granatum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Pyrularia edulis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Pyrus baccata
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Pyrus communis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Pyrus lanata
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Ramaria sp.
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Rhamnus persica
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Rheum emodi
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Rheum nobile
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Rhododendron arboreum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Rhus punjabensis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Ribes griffithii
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Ribes grossularia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Rosa macrophylla
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Rouvolfia serpentina Benth.
medicinalAbani,(2003),Medicinal Plants & Their Uses(1)Published(2003) by ABOSARBangladesh). ISBN 984-415-196-1
Rubus biflorus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Rubus paniculatus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Sageretia theezans
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Salmo trutta
edibleCold water fisheries in the trans-Himalayan countries, (FAO Fisheries technical paper 431) (2002)
Salvia lanata
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Sapindus attenuatus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Saurauia napaulensis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Schisandra grandiflora
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Schizothorax nepalensis
edibleCold water fisheries in the trans-Himalayan countries, (FAO Fisheries technical paper 431) (2002)
Secale cereale
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Silene cucubalus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Solanum tuberosum
edibleINTERNATIONAL YEAR OF THE POTATO 2008 New light on a hidden treasure,(2009)ISBN978-92-5-306142-8
Suillus pictus
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Thladiantha dubia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Trachycarpus martianus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Tricholoma matsutake
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Viburnum cotinifolium
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Viburnum foetens
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Viburnum stellulatum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Vicia pallida
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Vicia sepium
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Vitis auriculata
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Vitis rubifolia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Willughbeia edulis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Zanthoxylum alatum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Zanthoxylum budrunga
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Zizyphus oxyphylla
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine