Base Elements

Biogeographic Zone

This species is native to India. Globally distributed across Myanmar, Srilanka and India. Within India, it has been recorded in Submontane Himalaya, Himachal Pradesh to Nepal, Assam, C & S India, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh, it is common in dry miscella

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Western ghats
Bangalore
Bombay presidency
Coastal
eastern parts of Rajasthan state
Godawari
Northern Circars
S. Arcot
Sub Himalayan Tract
Tropical countries

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References


Raj Nighantu


Shatahvadivarga

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Medicinal Parts


Leaf
roots

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Medicinal Action


Vatashamaka

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Miscellaneous


Anand Sagar
Loharia
Lafa
Allur Buzurg
Karakanalli Reserve Forest
Ramsamudram Reserve Forest
palle
Gundlabrahmeswaram
Sunnipenta
Narsapur Reserve Forest
Manasagangotri
Diguvametta
Nanduri fort hill
Chhoora
Deopura
Singhari
Sitanadi
Kan Pahar
Loharia forest
Mt.Abu
Pratapgarh
Shahabad
Junagadh in riverbeds& Forest college grounds
Durg R.F.
Karanji village, Mahur
Simla hills,Bashahr himalayas
M.L.B campus
Bridle path
Kamptee
Katta Patthar
Kutalgaon
Ramgarh
Sanganer
Near villages
Nagnath temple
Samarelli
Banapuram
Burnakonda
Gaddaguda
Kothavalasa
Sirikonda
J.R.Gudem,Jangareddigudem Forest Range
pune
Purandhar

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Pharmacology

PartnAerial part, Leaves, flowers, seeds and bark.nnChemical constituents (Leaf & Aerial part)nContain glucosides artortristoside-A and B, d-mannitol, flavonoids, aromatic acids and alkaloids and essential oil nyctanthin [7175]nnChemical constituentsnLeav

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Description

General/Morphology/LifeForm

A shrub or a tree ca 4 m tall. Branchlets 4-angular. Leaves simple, ovate to obovate, 5-8 x 3-5 cm, siliceous, 7-nerved, pubescent below, margin entire to coarsely toothed, acute at apex, truncate at base; leafstalk ca 1cm. Inflorescences cymes 3-chotomou

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Habitat Location Distribution

Habit & Habitat

Shrub

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Forests
Slopes
Gardens and Roadsides
Mixed deciduous forest
villages
Misc., Forests
cultivated in gardens
open forest
Decidious forests
Temple gardens
House gardens
Hill slopes
deciduous forests
dry deciduous forest

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Uses Management

Uses


Anorectal diseases
Arthritis

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