Sanskrit Name :- Ardhaprasadana, Dandotpala, Devasasha, Devika, Gandhavalli,
Govandani, Saha, Sahadeva, Sahadevi,Vishamajvaranashini,Vishvadeva
Hindi Name :- Dandotpala, Sadodi, Sadori, Sahadevi, Sahadeyi, Daudotpala,
Kalgira, Kaljiri, Sandri
English Name :- Shehdivi buti
Tamil Name :- Biranji
Telgu Name :- Naycitti, Puvamkurundal, Puvamkuruntal, Sahadevi, Sirashengalanir,
Cirrilai, Neyccitti, Neichittie, Citevi cenkalunir, Cakatevi
Bengali Name :- Purple fleabane
Kannada Name :- Kukshim
Malyalam Name :- Sadodi, Sahadevi, Gaaya doppalu, Kaadu hoge soppu, Kare hindi,
Kare hindee, Dandothpala,Gaayathoppalu, Kari hindi soppu, Kari vyaadi
Manipuri Name :- Pirina, Puam-curundala, Puvamkuruntal, Puvankuruntal, Puvankurutala,Puvvamkurunila, Puvvamkuruntila
Marathi Name :- Khongjainapi
Oriya Name :- Sahadevi, Sayadevi, Osari, Sadodi, Sahadaevi, Sahadvei
Tibetan Name :- Garitikamma, Gharitikamini, Gherittekarnina, Sahadevi, Garita kammi
PLANT DESCRIPTION (Botanical Identification) 😕 An erect, annual herb with pubescent, cylindric and striate stem. Leaves simple, alternate,variable in hape, ovate-lanceolate or sometimes orbicular to spathulate, 2-5 * 1.5-3 cm, shallowly crenate-serrate, pubescent.
Root : The root is 5-12 cm long and 1-7 mm thick, oblique and gradually tapering. Transverse section shows 4-5 layered cork, consisting of tabular, tangentially elongated, thick-walled cells filled with reddish-brown contents. Secondary cortex is wide and composed of thin-walled, parenchymatous cells having a few resin ducts. Secondary phloem is composed of sieve elements and phloem parenchyma,traversed by phloem rays.
Stem : The stem is cylindrical, hairy, upto 8 mm thick, grooved and ribbed,greenish-brown or dark green; fracture short. Transverse section shows a single layered epidermis, covered with a striated cuticle, covering multicellular and T-shaped trichomes with 2-6 celled stalk; cortex 3-5 layers of thin-walled, tangentially elongated parenchymatous cells, a few filled with reddish-brown content; a few layers of collenchyma between epidermis an dparenchymatous cortex in the ribbed regions and a single layered endodermis.?
Leaf : It is simple, dark-green, 2.5-5 cm long and 1.8-3.6 cm broad, generally elliptical-lanceolate, petiole short. In transverse section, petiole is somewhat circular in outline with two lateral projections, one on each side. Epidermis, on both surfaces, is covered with striated cuticle and have both type of trichomes as described in case os stem, followed by 2-3 layers of collenchyma on upper and lower side
PART? USED?????????? 😕 FRUIT
DOSAGE?????? ?????????? :- Swaras 10 – 20 ml, Kwath 50 – 100 m
Total ash 14 %, Acid insoluble ash 2 %, Alcohol soluble extractive 4 %, Water soluble extractive 15 %
Antifeedant???? |??????? Diuretic??? |????? Anti-inflammatory??? |??? Nematicidal??? |
Anti fertility?? |??? Anticancer
CLASSICAL FORMULATIONS??? Chandrakala rasa
- The whole plant is used to prepare decoction for treating diarrhea, abdominal pain, colic and cough.
- The young leaves of this plant are used for the treatment of tonsillitis.
- This is also used to treat skin diseases.
- 1996 :National Plant Data Center, NRCS, USDA. Baton Rouge, LA 70874-4490 USA. http://plants.usda.gov
- 2010 : Update coordinated by the International Compositae Alliance (TICA) (http://www.compositae.org/) through the Smithsonian Institution in collaboration with the USDA National Plant Data Center
- 2000 : National Plant Data Center, NRCS, USDA. Baton Rouge, LA 70874-4490 USA. http://plants.usda.gov
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^ Flora of North America: Vernonia gigantea