Base Elements

Biogeographic Zone

This species is globally distributed in the Tropics. Within India, it occurs in the tropical region up to an altitude of 1500 m. in the Himalayas.nnBIBLIOGRAPHY-GENERALnAnonymous, Distribution of Medicinal Plants, A Database on Distribution, FRLHT, Bangal

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Concan
Western coastal
Western ghats
Bangalore
Central Himalayas
S. Arcot
Siang
Subansiri
Tropical Asia
Tropical Countries
West Himalaya

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References


Sodhal Nighantu
Bhavaprakasha Nighantu
Kaiyadev Nighantu
Madanpala Nighantu
Dhanvantari Nighantu
Raj Nighantu
Sushruta Samhita


Karaviradivarga
Haritakyadivarga
Oshadhivarga
Abhayadivarga
Shatahvahadivarga
Chikitsasthana

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Medicinal Parts


fruit
Leaf
roots
seeds

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Medicinal Action


Appetiser
Cardio tonic
Constipative
Cooling
Diuretic & Purgative
Improves complexion of skin
Kaphavatashamaka / Kaphashamaka / Kaphapittashamaka / Vatapittashamaka
Ophthalmic

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Soil


Gravelly soil

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Miscellaneous


Paliwal Park
Morna
Degia bowji
Ghatol
Puna pathar forest
Shergarh
Tellicherry
Anantpur Forest
Banglibetta-Devarayanadurga
Hosekote-Malur Road
Ramgad forest
Tumkur-Bangalore Road
fort area
Angidiv,Hillock area
bardez
betim
Butpal-Ordofond
Canacona
Ilhas
Ivorem
Nana Randha
nandore
Panaji
porvorim
Saily
Sanguem
Umberkoi-Dongerpada
Gogale
Satari
Near Dawki
Nallamalais
Yerramalais
Ahobilam
Chelama
Madhavaram
Mahaballeshwar
Ramayampet
Manasagangotri
Diguvametta
Deolali
Harsul
Sawarna
Ambevani
Reserve forest
Walayar forest
Alibag fort
Roha
Sanegaon
Karjat
Matheran
Baghbahara
Baghnadi
Dhamtari
Kasdol
Rajhara Dhalli
Sitanadi
Atru
Mayola forest-Bisalpura
Mount Abu
Sewar
janoli
malwan
varad
deogad
Mayola forest(Bisalpura)
Aruna river bank
Durg R.F.
Khandala
Mangrul village
Regional Research Station,Brahmavar
Canoli,Nilambur
Macherla
M.V.M. campus
Weed
Rajpur
University premises
University reserve forests
Osmanabad town
Foot of the hill
Addangi
Gadabapeta
Jalleru, Jangareddigudem Forest Range
Nallahjerla, Eluru Forest Range
Vadapalli, Polavaram Forest Range
Melghat
Panhala
pune
Aurangabad
Amravati
Yeotmal
Radhanagari
Yellapur
Purandhar

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Description

General/Morphology/LifeForm

An erect herb. Stem more or less pubescent. Leaves paripinnately compound; rachis 4-6 cm long; glands present on the petiole and between the lower 2-pairs of leaflets; leaflets 3 pairs, 2-3, 5 x 1.2-2 cm, obovate, obtuse at apex, apiculate, oblique and su

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Habitat Location Distribution

Habit & Habitat


Road sides
waste land
along waterlands
Gardens and Roadsides
Plains
poor soils
Open areas
grass land
open forest
forests margins
Cultivated fields and Plains
Along Main road
Open waste ground
Walls
weed in waste places
Weed in open places
Fairly common & abundant
Village outskirts
Coastal areas

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Herb

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Uses Management

Uses


Dermatoses / Skin diseases
Leprous spot
Poison
Ringworm
Asthma
Cough
Fever
Gulma
Loss of appetite
Pruritus
Urinary disorders
Vatarakta
Worms
Obesity
Pain/Colic
Scabies
Ulcer
Vitiligo

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