Base Elements

Biogeographic Zone

This species is endemic to the Western Ghats of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala. nnBIBLIOGRAPHY-GENERALn1.Anonymous, Distribution of Medicinal Plants, A Database on Distribution, FRLHT, Bangalore.

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Concan
Western coastal
Western ghats
Bombay
Goa
Malabar
Peninsular India
S. Canara

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References


Bhavaprakash
Bhavaprakasha
Charaka Samhita
Bhavaprakasha Nighantu
Kaiyadev Nighantu
Ashtanga Hridayam
Raj Nighantu


Chikitsasthana
Amradiphalavarga
Oshadhivarga
Sutrasthana
Uttarasthana/Uttaratantra
Pippalyadivarga

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Medicinal Parts


fruit

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Medicinal Action


Appetiser
Astringent
Cardio tonic
Vatakaphashamaka/Kaphashamaka/Vatakasphashamaka

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Miscellaneous


bardez
Bastora
Mahaballeshwar
Matheran
Mhasla
akeri
amboli
ambolighat
chapheli
gavata
ghotge
math forest
tirali
vengurla
Khandala
Coorg
wynaad
Regional Research Station,Brahmavar
Howrah
Melghat
Kundapur

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Description

General/Morphology/LifeForm

A slender tree with drooping branches and edible fruit of moderate height. Bark dark brown, smooth and thin. Branchlets slender and glabrous. Leaves opposite on rather long petioles; blade oblong- lanceolate or oblong. oval 5-10 cm long, obtuse or acute

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Habitat Location Distribution

Habit & Habitat


evergreen forest
moist deciduous forest
khandala Plateau
Ravines
Hills
dry deciduous forest
semi evergreen forest
Wet deciduous forest

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Uses Management

Uses


Alcoholism
Anal fissure
Asthma
Cardiac disorders
Colic/Pain
Cough
Diarrhoea
Disoder due to alcohol intake
Excessive thirst
Fever
Gulma
Irritable bowel syndrome
Loss of appetite
Piles
Pleurisy
Prolapse of rectum
Splenic disorder
Worms
Diseases of Buccal cavity
Abdominal disorders
Ulcer

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