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Properties of bhunimba - Andrographis paniculata Nees

bhunimba :

Flowering plant, growing amongst weeds in Thailand Photograph by: Tony Rodd Rasa: Tikta
Guna: Laghu Ruksha
Veerya: Ushna
Vipaka: Katu
Karma: Kaphahara Pittahara

is ethnobotanically used for the treatment of snake bite, bug bite, diabetes, dysentery, fever, and malaria. The aerial part of AP is most commonly used; its extracts contain diterpenoids, diterpene glycosides, lactones, flavonoids, and flavonoid glycosides. Whole plant leaves and roots are also used as a folklore remedy for different diseases in Asia and Europe 

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