Nannari | Sarasparilla | Anantmul | Hemidesmus indicus
Assamese: Anantamul | Bengali: Anantamul | English: Indian Sarsaparilla | Gujarati: Anantamul, Upalsaari | Hindi: Anantamul, Sugandi Pala | Kannada: Anamtamula | Konkani: Uparsal | Malayalam: Nannaari | Manipuri: Anantamul | Marathi: ... Read More
Nannari | Sarasparilla | Anantmul | Hemidesmus indicus - 500 Gram
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Nannari | Sarasparilla | Anantmul | Hemidesmus indicus - 1 Kg
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The root of Hemidesmus indicus is sweet, demulcent and cooling. It is used as an aphrodisiac, diuretic and tonic. The root bark is used to treat leucoderma, syphilis, rheumatism, hemicrania and several kidney and liver disorders. In folk medicine, the powdered root is combined with cow’s milk which treats scanty and highly colored urine.
The medicinal properties it possesses are chemopreventive activity, anti-cancerous activity, immuno-modulatory activity, healing power, antioxidant properties, anti-diarrheal activity, diuretic activity, anti-leprotic activity and anti-venom activity. It occurs over the larger part of India from upper Gangetic plain eastwards to Assam and in Central, western and South India.
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