Base Elements

Biogeographic Zone


Plains
Concan
Bangalore
Bombay
Champaran
Himalayas
Kameng
Khasi hills
Northern Circars
Peninsular India
Sub Himalayan Tract
Travancore
Tropical Asia
Western coastal

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This species is globally distributed in the Indo-Malesian region. In India it is reported to occur in the Sub-Himalayan tracts from Jhelum eastward and also Southward to the Central and Southern India. In the Penninsular India, it is restricted to the dry

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References


Sushruta Samhita
Madanpala Nighantu
Kaiyadev Nighantu
Charaka Samhita
Raj Nighantu
Ashtanga Sangraha
Dhanvantari Nighantu
Sodhal Nighantu
Bhavaprakash
Bhavaprakasha
Ashtanga Hridayam


Uttarasthana/Uttaratantra
Abhayadivarga
Oshadhivarga
Chikitsasthana
Siddhisthana
Amradivarga
Sutrasthana
Guduchyadivarga

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Medicinal Parts


fruit
Leaf
roots

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Medicinal Action


Adaptogenic
Aphrodisiac
Appetiser
Astringent
Cardio tonic
Constipative
deodorant
Digestive
Improves span of life
Intellect promoting
Kaphavatashamaka / Pittashamaka / Vatashamaka / Tridoshashamaka

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Miscellaneous


Kalrayans
Paliwal Park
Chikhalwal
Palodi
Bagaycha forest
Kotharia forest
Katghora
Five falls
Baggalmadgu
Biligeri Reserve Forest
Changlare
Karakanalli Reserve Forest
Ramgad forest
Ramgarh State Forest
Saidapur
Sogi Reserve Forest
Chispana
Nallamalais
Chelama
Pathur
Pocharam
Chamundi hills
Diguvametta
Ambevani
Harsul
Konambe
sabargadga
Sudhagad
Elephanta island
Balod
Dhamtari
Sitanadi
Talgaon
Ajmer-Udaipur road
Biruram bagh
Mount Abu
Jholapur-Pardi forest
Karanji village, Mahur
Regional Research Station,Brahmavar
Village of Katraj ghats
Ahirpura
Rajpur
Amer
Wadwal Nagnath
Kodulaveeraghattam
Ravi near Hamsarali
Baineru,Knannapuram Forest Range
Balavarigudem, Eluru Forest Range
G.M.Bata, Jangareddigudem Forest Range
Jalleru, Jangareddigudem Forest Range
Melghat
Pune
Hooghly Dist
Howrah Dist
Salem

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Pharmacology

Plant Part nPulp, Fruit, Root, Bark, Leaves nnChemical Constituents n8 - Marmelosin ( Imperatorin) [7124] Alkaloids, Sterols, Coumarin, aegelin (alkaloid-sterol - 0.2 % from leaves in june to August and negligible in December to February), Marmelin, methy

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Body Location


Duct

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Description

General/Morphology/LifeForm

It is a small to moderate-sized tree with branches armed with strong axillary spine 1-3 cm long. Bark dark grey, slightly corky, leaves alternate, 3-foliate, rarely 5-foliate. Flowers greenish-white, sweet scented. Fruits globose, grey or yellowish, shell

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Habitat Location Distribution

Habit & Habitat


Wild
Gardens and Roadsides
Forests
waste land
dry deciduous forest
lower valleys
Near temples
forest boundary
Upper Ghats
Temple gardens
dry localities
Hill slopes
Cultivated fields and Plains
mixed forests
Deciduous forests
Scrub forest
planted on outskirts of village
Cultivated in gardens
Dry slopes
Cultivated near temples
Hills
open forest
Dry slpoes
Champaran
open deciduous forests
Dry forest
Run wild

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Tree

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Uses Management

Uses


Asthma
Cough
Deafness
Diarrhoea / Diarrhoea associated with blood
Excessive thirst
Ama
Irritable bowel syndrome
Pain/Colic
Diarrhoea associated with fever
Dysuria
Fissure
Intrinsic haemorrhage
Jaundice
Kapharoga
Obesity
Oedema
Piles
Rheumatoid arthritis
Urustambha
Vomiting
Abdominal disorders
Cholera
Constipation
Cardiac spasm
Dysentery
Paediatric disorders
Pleurisy

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