Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) root decoction is used to treat bleeding piles, white discharge and anaemia. It was valued in older times and has again entered local folklore, after Eashwaramma recommended it to Nagarajakka, whose white discharge got addressed by it.
Eye problems were sorted out with application of breast milk and castor oil. This was done when the eye was poked by a stick and there was a red spot in the eye as a result. and also for red, burning eyes. Drumstick leaf juice is also instilled in the eyes similarly.
For various aches vaata reducing leaves like kaanuga (Pongamia pinnata), tamarind, oomaththa, castor, gilledu (Calatropis gigantica) and drumstick have been used as a poultice or for fomentation by using the water in which they have been boiled.