Bhargav Ayurveda


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Sanskrit Name :- Angaravallari, Angaravalli, Aruna, Bhilabhushana, Bhillabusana, Chakrashalya, Chataki, Chudala,Chudamani, Dhvankshanakha,Durmogha, Goonja, Gunja, Gunjika, Kaka, Kakachinchi, Kakachinchibijam, Kakachinchika, Kakadani, Kakajangha, Kakananti,Kakanantika, Kakashimbi, Kakatikta, Kakatundika,Kakavallari, Kakini, Kaksha, Kamboji, Kanchi, Kanichi, Krishnachudika,Krishnala, Kunni, Mirintika, Rakta,Raktala, Raktika, Saumya, Shangushtha, Shikhandi,Shikhandini,Shitapaki,Shvetabija,Shvetagunja,Shvetaraktika, Shvetkamboji, Shvetochchata, Shyamalachuda, Tulabija, Uchchatta, Vaktrashalya, Vanya, Vayasadini

Hindi Name :- Gunj, Chirmiti, Gaungchi, Ghungchi, Ghunghachi, Guncaci, Gunchi, Gunci,Gunja, Kunch, Rati, Tatti, Gunji, Ratki,Gumchi, Gaunchhi,Ratigiri, Ratti, Rattak, Bhut kesi, Gunj ratt, Rauns, Raktan, Gunjratt, Charmoli, Charmoi, Chanboi,Sarmai, Chormoi, Chirmi

English Name :- Coral pea, Crab s eye, Indian liquorice, Lucky or paternoster bean, Rati, Jequerity seed, Jumbie beans, Rosary pea

Tamil Name :- Adimaduram, Adingam, Adisamiyai, Gundu-mani, Kunri-mani, Gundumani, Kunrimani, Kunri, Venkunrivittu, Kunricceti,Kunrivittu

Telgu Name :- Atimadhuramu, Guri-ginja, Gurija, Gurivenda, Guru-venda, Guruginia

Bengali Name :- Kunch, Kunch, Kawet

Marathi Name :- Gunj, Khaksi, Gunja, Chanoti, Gunchi, Kunch, Gunji, Lahan-gunj

Gujrati Name :- Chanothi

Kannada Name :- Galaganji, Gul-ganji, Gunja, Gunji, Guruganji, Gurugunji, Haga, Jeshtamadhu, Madhuka, Madhukavalli, Gulaganji, Gulagunji

Malyalam Name :- Atimadhuram, Cekkunni, Coonycooroo, Gunja, Irattimadhuram,

Kakani, Klitakam, Konni, Kunni, Kunnikkuru,Kunnikuru, Madhukam

Urdu Name :- Ghunchi, Tukhm kunch, Maghz tukhm kunch, Ghungchi safaid, Ghunchchi surkh

Tibetan Name :- Ma ru rtse, O la mase dmarpo, Ol ma se dkar po, Ol ma sedmar po(d)


PLANT DESCRIPTION(Botanical Identification) :- Woody climbers. Leaves paripinnate; leaflets 10 – 20 in opposite pairs, ovate, obovate or oblong. Racemes cowded, many flowered, ususally shorter than the leaves. Flowers sub sessile,pale – purple to yellowish.

Root : Pericycle with alternate bundles of sclerenchyma cells and small heavily thickened fibres, multiseriate vessels and rays, some of the ray cells pitted and porous vessels are the diagnostic characters of root.

Seed : It is characterised by the combination of black and red colours on the seed coat, macrosclerides forming the epidermal layer of the seed coat consisting of radically elongated quadrangular cells with heavily thickened walls and narrow lumens, long irregular, wavy,thin walled and pitted cells under the macrosclerides; seed weight, volume, specific gravity, swelling factor, quantitaive values viz. percentage of dry matter, moisture, total sugar, extractives and ash values of both seed and root powder may laso play important role in identification and standardisation.

PART? USED?????????? :- SEED, ROOT, LEAF

DOSAGE? ?:- Seed churna 0 – 180 mg, Root / leaf churna 1 – 3 gm

Total ash 8.15 %, Acid insoluble ash 0.94 %, Water soluble extractive 13.67 %, Ethanol soluble extractive 6.21 %


Fungistatic?? |??? Anticancer?? |???? Antibacterial?? |????? Analgesic???? |

Antimuscarinic??? |????? Antispasmodic????? |??????? Abortifacient????? |????? Uterine??? |?? stimulant??? |? Antifertility?? ??|???? Germicide? ? ?|? ? ? Antitumour? |? Antiimplantation? |?? Oxytocic, Antimicrobial

CLASSICAL FORMULATIONS??? Nilibhrngadi taila


  • Dried leaves and root powder is given orally in case of eye complaint ; decoction of young leaves is given orally for cough; leaf powder is given orally in case of urine problems; seed extract is used in sciatica. It is one of the ingredients of ‘Tranquil’ for relieving stress and anxiety.


GUNA (Quality)??????

Laghu, Ruksha, Tikshan

RASA (Taste)?????????

Tikt, Kashay

VIPAK (Metabolism)?????????


VIRYA (Potency)???



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