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Habitat: Native to Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan. F. narthex occurs in Kashmir.English: Asafoetida.Ayurvedic: Hingu, Hinguka, Raamattha, Baahlika, Jatuka, Sahasravedhi, Vedhi.Unani: Hilteet, Hing.Siddha/Tamil: Perunkaayam.
Action: Olea-gum-resin—stimu- lates the intestinal and respiratory tracts and the nervous system bark. Used for simple digestive problems such as bloating, indigestion, constipation; for congested mucus, bronchitis, whooping cough, also for neurological affections, epilepsy, cramps and convulsions.Key application: In dyspepsia, chronic, gastritis, irritable colon; as spasmolytic. (The British Herbal Pharmocopoeia.) Contraindicated in bleeding disorders, pregnancy, infectious or inflammatory G1 diseases. (Sharon M. Herr.)Ferula foetida contains: resins about 40-60%, consisting of asaresionotan- nols and their esters; farnesiferols, ferulic acid and other acids; about 25% gum; about 6-17% volatile oil, major constituent being sec-propenyl- isobutyl disulphide; sulphated ter- penes, pinene, cadinene and vanillin; sesquiterpenoid coumarins. Some compounds from Ferula sp. ehibit an- tifertility activity.Dosage: Detoxified oleo- gum-resin—125-500 mg. (API Vol. I.)... Indian Medicinal Plants
Habitat: Native to America; found willd in Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.English: Stinking Passion Flower.Siddha/Tamil: Siru Ponaikalli.
Action: Leaves and roots—em- menagogue, antihysteric. Fruits— emetic. A decoction is used for biliousness and asthma (for expelling bile and cough).The plant contains C-glycosides of apigenin and luteolin. Apigenin-8- C-glucoside has been detected in the plant.... Indian Medicinal Plants
Habitat: North-West Himalayas and Kashmir.English: Glass-Wort, Russian Thistle, Prickly-Saltwort.Ayurvedic: Sarjikaa, Katol, Laanaa- buuti, Sajji-buuti.Unani: Ushnaan, Ghaajuraan.Folk: Barilla.
Action: Plant—cathartic. Juice of fresh plant and seed-vessels—a potent diuretic. Ash of the plant is used in Unani medicine.Alcoholic extract of the plant showed antimicrobial activity against Salmonella paratyphi and Serratia marcescens.... Indian Medicinal Plants
Habitat: South India, also cultivated on roadsides.
Habitat: The West Coast from Konkan southwards.Siddha/Tamil: Pinari, Kudirai Pidukku.Folk: Jangali Baadaam (in no way related to Prunus amygdalus).
Action: Bark and leaf—aperient, diuretic. Fruit—astringent. Seed oil—carminative, laxative. Wood— antirheumatic. The wood, boiled with seed oil, is used externally in rheumatism.Beans, called Java Olives, if taken in large quantities, cause nausea, act as violent purgative.The leaves gave glucuronyl derivatives of procyanidin, scutellarein and luteolin; also taraxerol, n-otacosanol and beta-sitosterol. Lupenone, lupe- ol and betulin were obtained from the heartwood. Seed and root lipid contained cyclopropene fatty acids. Ster- culic and malvalic acids show carcinogenic and co-carcinogenic activities.Leucoanthoyanidin - 3 - O - alpha - L - rhamnopyranoside and quercetin rhamnoside have been isolated from the root.... Indian Medicinal Plants
Habitat: Indonesia; cultivated in Indian gardens.
Action: Latex—used for treating fistula, pustules and tumours.The bark contains a bitter alkaloid (yield 0.25%).A related species, V. grandifolia (Miq.) Rolfe has been introduced into the Indian Botanic Garden, Kolkata. All parts of the plant contain alkaloids which vary seasonally. The trunk bark contains as high as 2.72% of alkaloids on dry basis in November. The leaves contain a mixture of alkaloids (yield up to 1.23% on dry weight basis) containing vobtusine, vobtusine lactone and deoxyvobtusine.... Indian Medicinal Plants