Base Elements

Biogeographic Zone

This species is probably native to Central Asia; cultivated and naturalised throughout the temperate and tropical parts of the world. It is naturalised almost throughout India up to 2100 m altitude.nnBIBLIOGRAPHY-GENERALnAnonymous, Distribution of Medicin

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Western ghats
Poonch Kashmir Alpine
Champaran
Goa
Himalayas
Khasi hills
North West Himalayas
North-Western Himalaya
S. Arcot
Sub Himalayan Tract
Temperate regions
Tropical Asia

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References


Bhavaprakash
Bhavaprakasha


Chikitsasthana

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Medicinal Parts


Flowering shoots
Leaf

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Medicinal Action


Appetiser

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Miscellaneous


RBS College Garden
Patur
Jumma area
Dadabari
Durgapur
Mandalgarh
Pulney
Malari (Nanda devi)
Reni-Kalikona(Nanda devi)
Suraithota village(Nanda devi)
kodaikanal (coimbatore)
Vadakavunchi-Perumalmalai Peak
Champanagar
Jamunia nala
Poshiana
Durgapura
Shillong
Agri. College

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Description

General/Morphology/LifeForm

A strong-smelling annual ca 1-5 m. Stem slender, angular, grooved. Leaves 7-20 cm long, palmately 3- 11 partite, stalked; leaflets sessile, narrow- lanceolate, serrate, upper surface scabrid, lower slightly hairy. Flowers Male yellow, in short dense cymes

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Habitat Location Distribution

Habit & Habitat


Cultivated fields and Plains
waste land
Drains
Moist slopes
Road sides
Sides of the railway track

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Herb

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Uses Management

Uses


Diarrhoea
Insomnia
Irritable bowel syndrome

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