Biosolve Plantation
Advantages :-

When jatropha seeds are crushed, the resulting jatropha oil can be processed to produce a high-quality biodiesel that can be used in a standard diesel car, while the residue (press cake) can also be processed and used as biomass feedstock to power electricity plants or used as fertilizer (it contains nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium).
The oil is used as an illuminant without being refined and it burns with clear smoke-free flame.
Oil has a very high saponification value and is being extensively used for making soap in some countries.
The latex of Jatropha contains an alkaloid known as "jatrophine" which is believed to have anti-cancerous properties.
It is also used as an external application for skin diseases and rheumatism and for sores on domestic livestock. In additon, the tender twigs of the plant are used for cleaning teeth, while the juice of the leaf is used as an external application for piles. Finally, the roots are reported to be used as an antidote for snake-bites.
The bark of Jatropha curcas yields a dark blue dye which is used for colouring cloth, fishing nets and lines.
Jatropha oil cake is rich in nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium and can be used as organic manure.
Jatropha leaves are used as food for the tusser silkworm. Jatropha curcus or Ratanjyot, can prove itself a miracle plant by turning waste land into a moneymaking land. It can help to increase rural incomes, self-sustainbility and alleviate poverty for women, elderly, children and men, triabal communities, small farmers.