Base Elements

Biogeographic Zone

A pantropical species found in Indonesia, SriLanka, India, Philippines, Nepal, Laos, Kampuchea, Pakistan, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Myanmar (earlier Burma). It is distributed throughout India at all elevations.nnBIBLIOGRAPHY-GENERALnAnonymous, Distr

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Western coastal
all districts
Bangalore
Peninsular India
S. Arcot

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References


Bhavaprakasha Nighantu
Kaiyadev Nighantu
Ashtanga Hridayam
Madanpala Nighantu
Raj Nighantu
Sodhal Nighantu
Dhanvantari Nighantu


Guduchyadivarga
Oshadhivarga
Uttarasthana/Uttaratantra
Abhayadivarga
Shatahvadivarga
Karaviradivarga

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Medicinal Parts


Whole plant

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Medicinal Action


Adaptogenic
Colouring of hair
Dental tonic
Hair growth Promoter
Kaphashamaka / Kaphavatashamaka
Ophthalmic
Skin tonic

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Miscellaneous


Paloda
Main falls
Bagewadi-Sindgi Road
Begum Talab
Bellary-Hospet Road
Chitradurg-Hiriyur Road
Chitradurga-Tumkur Road
Devarayanadurga
Huliyar-Hiriyur Road
Jalangkhatjare
Shorapur-Lingsugur Road
Sindhnur-Siruguppa Road
Patrem
Sindhoni forest
Masarde village
Gogale
Coileque area
mahadev hill
Balod
Dhamtari
Taregaon
Kishanganj
Mount Abu
Sujangarh
danoli
deogad
mumbri
vagiri
vengurla
Tordi Sagar
Regional Research Station,Brahmavar
Stream side of Katraj ghats
Kamptee Fall
Rajpur
Nagnath temple
Papnas
Shingoli

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Pharmacology

Plant Part Plant nnChemical Constituents nCoumestans, Wadelolactone (1.6%), diemethyl wadelolactone, Thiophene derivatives(Ecliptal), Triterpenoids [7067] , Alkaloids, Ecliptine, Nicotine [7046] ; Aerial parts -- Apigenin, Bi & trithienyl, Cynaroside (fla

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Description

General/Morphology/LifeForm

Erect or diffuse, pubescent, perennial herb much branched with ascending branches with rooted nodes. Stem and leaves sparsely strigose with bulbous basal hairs on both sides. Leaves opposite, elliptic or oblong-lanceolate, serrate, sub-sessile; leaves of

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Habitat Location Distribution

Habit & Habitat


Cultivated fields and Plains
Moist situations
salt pans
Wet Deciduous Forest
Moist depressions
Open areas
Marshy habitats
waste ground
weed
Along the road
Drains
Moist places
Along gutters
Along nallas
Along stream banks
Wetlands

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Herb

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Uses Management

Uses


Amadosha / Ama
Anaemia
Asthma
Cough
Eye diseases
Greying of hairs
Headache
Oedema
Poison
Skin diseases / Dermatoses
Vitiligo
Worms
Cardiac diseases

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