from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An East Indian drug—according to some, the same as cassumunar. It has sometimes been confounded with the round zedoary.
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- Wild ginger rhizome (Zingiber zerumbet) Clove, roots and bark of Eugenia caryophyllus Fresh pomegranate leaves (Punica granatum) Opium (poppy) gum from fruit (Papaver somniferum)
Ginger (Zingiber officinale/zerumbet) (dried rhizome).
Cytotoxic components of Zingiber zerumbet, Curcuma zedoaria and C. domestica.
M. Gris  has placed on record some interesting cases of peloria of this kind in _Zingiber zerumbet_; in the more complete forms the androecium or staminal series was composed of six distinct pieces, the three inner of which were fertile, while in the ordinary flower the androecium is composed of two pieces, "a lip" and a fertile stamen.
The tummu (Costus arabicus) and lampuyang (Amomum zerumbet) are found both in the wild and cultivated state, being used medicinally; as is also the galangale (Kaempferia galanga).