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Indrayan Phal Root, Citrullus colocynthis Root, Bitter Apple Root, Makal Roots, Paparabundama Roots

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Indrayan Phal Root, Citrullus colocynthis Root, Bitter Apple Root, Makal Roots, Paparabundama Roots
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Hindi name: Indrayan, Indrayan ki jad (root)
Telugu name: Chedu Puccha, Cinna Papara, Kuturu budama
Malayalam and Tamil name: Pikkumutti.
Kannada name: Tamate Kayi, Tamte Kai
Bengali name: Rakhale Shasa
Punjabi name: kaudatumma
Telugu name: paparabudam
English name: Colocynth, bitter apple, bitter cucumber, desert gourd, vine of Sodom.
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The Colocynth collected from the Maritime Plain between the mountains of Palestine and the Mediterranean, is mainly shipped from Jaffa and known as Turkish Colocynth. This is the best variety. It is an annual plant resembling the common watermelon. The stems are herbaceous and beset with rough hairs; the leaves stand alternately on long petioles. It is a powerful drastic hydragogue cathartic producing, when given in large doses, violent griping with, sometimes, bloody discharges and dangerous inflammation of the bowels. The root and fruits of Indravaruni is used in the form of powder to treat jaundice, for cleansing wound, for extraction of foreign body, scrotal enlargement, warts, alopecia, greying of hair, arthritis, amenorrhoea and for inducing abortion, for inducing vaginal secretion and insanity.Jaundice:In jaundice, root of indravaruni made into powder and mixed with jaggery is useful
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