Indrayan Phal | Bitter Apple | Citrullus colocynthis Fruit
Sanskrit name : Indravaruni | Hindi name : Indrayan | English name : Colocynth, Bitter apple, desert gourd, vine of Sodom. | Bengali name : Makhal, Rakhale Shasa | Gujarati name : Indrayan | Marathi name : Kadu indravani | Telugu name : ... Read More
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Indravaruni is a great herbal plant with many useful properties. It is also known as Citrullus Colocynthis or Bitter Apple. Colocynth (Indravaruni, Bitter Apple) is a great herbal plant with many useful properties. It is also known as Citrullus colocynthis. Indravaruni belongs to the family of gourds and a relative of watermelon.
It is the native of Africa and India. It is highly drought tolerant, hard, herbaceous vine. This plant can grow annual or perennial. Their stems are irregular and rough to great extent. Leaves are very rough, 5 to 10 cm long, deep three to seven lobed with middle lobe and sinus in open form with triangular shape and many clefts. The upper surface of the leaves is great green but the lower part is somewhat pale.
All parts of plants have some role in varieties of disorders and ailments. The fruits are bitter and cool so act as purgative, carminative, anthelmintic, antipyretic and tend to cure asthma, bronchitis, tumors, urinary discharge, jaundice, constipation, joint pain and more. Root, the part of the plant used to combat urinary diseases jaundice, inflammation of the breast, abdominal enlargements ascites, rheumatism and cough and also in asthmatic attacks of children. Fruit or root with or without nux-vomica, a kind of herb used to sure pimples effectively.
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