Base Elements

Biogeographic Zone

This species is indigenous in India, Sri Lanka and Myanmar; now widely planted throughout tropics. It is found throughout India except Himalayas and the Indo-Gangetic Plain. It is planted in north India and in the hills up to 1000 m altitude.nnBIBLIOGRAPH

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Concan
Western coastal
Tropics
Western ghats
Forests
all districts
Bombay
eastern parts of Rajasthan state
Himalayas
S. Arcot

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References


Aljamili Mufradat Aladwiya wal Aghaziya
Al-Qanoon
Ashtanga Hridayam
Ikhtiyarate-Badi
Kitab-Al-Kulliyat

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Medicinal Parts


Node
roots
Stem

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Medicinal Action


Astringent
Cardio tonic
Cooling
Desiccant
Refreshing/Exhilarant
Resolvent
Stomachic

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Miscellaneous


Bhandaria
Begur
Periyarum
Nagarahole
Tekkumalai
Butpal-Ordofond
codal
Potiem forest
Nallamalais
Mahaballeshwar
Raigad
Sindhudurg
rakshasbhuwan
Sawarna
Zari
Matheran
Pithora
Lolita Jhil
Girnar road (Saurashtra)
akeri
hewale
khanale
Regional Research Station,Brahmavar
Karimpuzha,Nilambur
Tirumalai Hills
Namdachilume Forest Rest House vicinity
Kasibugga
Budarasingi
Korabanda
Chilakaluru ; Polavaram F.R.
Dharwada ; Polavaram F.R.
Munjulur ; Knannapuram F.R.
Orinka ; Knannapuram F.R
Rajgad

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Pharmacology

The leaves are emmennagogue, anthelmintic, astringent and febrifuge. The stems and leaves are used in the Ayurvedic system of medicine as blood-purifier, in leucoderma and inflammatory conditions. nnAnti-bacterial activity:nThe dealcoholized extract of le

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Description

General/Morphology/LifeForm

A spinous bamboo. Rhizomes short, stout, knotty. Culms dense, reaching 24-30 m in height and 15-17 cm across, green, hollow, purplish green when young, turning golden yellow, with prominent nodes and long internodes, lower ones rooting, often sub-angular,

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Habitat Location Distribution

Habit & Habitat


Forests
moist deciduous forest
ravines
Gardens
Hill slopes
Hill forests
waste land
Plains
Scrub Jungle
Ravine slopes
forest hilly areas

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Tree

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Uses Management

Uses


Cardiac weakness
Conjunctivitis
Depression
Diarrhoea
Dipsosis
Diseases of Buccal cavity
Eruption
Fever
Gastritis
Inflammation due to yellow bile
Liver disorders
Loosening of teeth
Palpitation
Piles
Stomatitis
Vomiting
Weak stomach function

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