Acorus calamus is a perennial herb from Acoraceae family, which is 30 to 100 cm tall. It consists of tufts of basal leaves that rise from a spreading rhizomes. The sweet flag can easily be distinguished from Iris and other similar plants by the crimped edges of the leaves, the fragrant odour it emits when crushed, and the presence of a spadix. The period of harvest is June-July. The Nepali name of calamus is Bojho.
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