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Dhala kadukai

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ContentKITAMARI-ARISTOLOCHIA BRACTEATA-WORM-KILLER-AADU-THINNA-PALAI SEEDS Aristolochia bracteolata is a perennial, or rarely annual, mostly prostrate but occasionally climbing or suberect, unpleasantly smelling herb growing from 10 - 40 cm long.It belongs to the Aristolochiaceae family Sans- Pattra-banga seeds; Dhumra-patra seeds ; Gridhrani seeds. Eng-Wormkiller seeds; Birthwort. Bom-Kidamari. Duk seeds. & Guj-gudhatee seeds. Hind-Kiramar bheg. Can- Sanajali-hullu seeds. Mal-Atu-tinlap seeds; Atutintappala.Tam-Adu-thinna-palai seeds. Tel-Gudide Gaddithaigadapara; Kadapara seeds; Gadathigadaparaku. Mab-Gandhani; Gaval. Uriya-Paniri. USES: The leaves and seeds are used to rid the body of Guinea worm (a parasitic infection caused by a nematode Snacke-bite and to bites of poisonous insects as scropion ect). The word aadu theenda palai means a plant that goats will not eat, this plant is very toxic to goats and usually they never go near it but if they accidentally eat it, it is very toxic etc. Sans -Eranda; Vatari; Gandharava hasthah; Panchangulam. Eng-Castor oil plant root . Fr-Ricin. Ger-Ricinus root; Cemeiner Wunderbaum root. Hind-Endi. Sind-Ayrunkukri root;Heran. Punj-Arand; Erand. Arab-Khirva. Pers_Bedanjir. Ben-Verenda root; Aranda; Bherenda; Sadabherenda Assam-Eri. Bom. Guj-Diveil.Bom. & Mah-Erendi.Uriya-Gab.  CP-grudi. Tel-Eramudapu; Tam-amanakku ver ; Can-Haralu; Chitmani;Amanakku chedi. Mal-Chittamanakku root.Can-Haralu root. Uses:The better and purer quality oil,clear, (plain or in emulsion with mueilage) inflammation condition bowels in the diarrhoea of often combined with opium facilitate operation for lithotomony useful for purgative of the pharmacopoeia etc. Sans-Simbi. Hind. & Urdu- Sim .Mab-Val; Wal papri; Chavdari ghevda; pawta; Ghevda. Eng-Flat bean leaf; Goa- bean leaf; Sind-Vel. Tam-Avarai, Mochai. Tel,Can & Kon-Alsande. Fr-Chevaux defrise bean leaf Can- Avaray. Uses:They are commonly eaten around the world and are a rich source of fiber and B vitamins. They are also a great replacement for meat as a source of vegetarian protein. Beans and legumes have a number of health benefits, including reducing cholesterol, decreasing blood sugar levels and increasing healthy gut bacteria etc.
 
Sans.-Ikshugandha; Gokshura; Trikantah. Eng.-Small Caltrops. Ben.-Gokhuri. Arab.-Khara-khusk. Tel.-Palleru mullu; Tam.-Nerinjal; Mal.-Nerungil. Uses.-Plant and dired spiny fruits are used in decoction or infusion in cases of spermatorrhoea,phosphaturia,diseases of the genito-urinary system such dysuria,ganorrhoea,gleet,chronic cystitis,calculous affections,urinary disorders,incontinence of urine,gout and impotence. Water rendered mucilaginous by the plant is drunk as a remedy for impotence and an infusion of the stem is administered in gonorrhoea. It is generally given with hyoscyamus and opium conditions of the urinary passages etc.
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