Ajuga lupulina is a herbaceous flowering plant native to the Himalayan mountain ranges.
This species is found in sub-tropical zones at elevations from 1,300 to 4,500 metres. It grows in grasslands, alongside rivers and within rocky crevices. This plant has medicinal uses, as the leaves can be turned to paste to treat muscular swelling.
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