Base Elements

Biogeographic Zone

This species is globally distributed across Sri Lanka, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Ceylon and Westen Peninsula. In India it is commonly found in Plains and eastern hills, occasional in Upper Ghats. It is common and gregarious on bushes and hedges.nnBIBLIOGR

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all districts
Plains
Temperate alpine Himalayas
Concan
Bangalore
Champaran
east of aravalli
Nallamalais
Peninsular India
S. Arcot

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References


Raj Nighantu


Mulakadivarga

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Medicinal Parts


roots

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Medicinal Action


Tridoshashamaka

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Miscellaneous


Chhatripada forest
Kannoth
Taliparamba
Sukhalahatti
Five falls
Maxem ghat
Ordofond-Sadashivagad
Ordofond-Tudal
Ahobilam
Gundam
Peapaly
Nagulabanda
Phansad forest
Murud
Barnawapara
bala fort
Bayana
Ghatoli forest
Toda Rai Singh forest
Toda Rai Singh R.F.
Rampa forest
Bellary-Chitradurg Road 25th mile
Bohrampalli R.F.
Devarayadurga
Ittikaldurga S.F.I.
Kumarkheda F.Block
Lingsugur-Raichur Road 28th km
Molkalmuru-Bellary Road 13th mile
Narasimhadevabetta S.F.
Pampasarovar near Anegundi
Ramasamudram R.F.
Rayalpad S.F.I.
Uchangidurga S.F.
Adyar
Avadi
Guindy park
Pallavaram
vandalur
Achalpeth
Udgir-Sirur road
Chinagora
Chinakedari
Echerla
Kondamulagam
Mandasa
Peddimili
Badamcherla R.F; Eluru F.R
Dwarakatirumala ; Eluru F.R
Erraguntapalli R.F; Eluru F.R
Jeelugumilli; Jangareddigudem F.R.
Vadapalli; Polavaram F.R.

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Pharmacology

Anti-cancer activity:nExtracts or isolates of A. indica containing aristolochic acid posses anti-cancer activity.nThe compound is active against adenocarcinoma 755 and ascitic hepatoma in rats. It is also active against Ehrlich ascites carcinoma in mice b

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Description

General/Morphology/LifeForm

It is a slender twining herb ca 6 m high. Leaves oblong, 2-6 x 1.5-2.5 cm; 3-nerved from base, lateral nerves 3-4, converging towards apex; truncate to (sub) cordate at base, obtuse at apex; leafstalk ca 0.5 cm. Inflorescence racemes axillary or terminal,

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Habitat Location Distribution

Habit & Habitat

Herb

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Forests
low levels
moist deciduous forest
Scrub jungles
Mixed deciduous forest
Misc., Forests
open forest
Gravelly habitats
Thickets
Gardens
House gardens
Hill forests
Twining around bushes
Drier localities
Open scrub jungles
waste land
fringes of forests
shrubs and small trees

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Uses Management

Uses


Poison

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