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Ayurvedic Herb: (Atibala)

Country Mallow - Abutilon indicum

Sanskrit Name:Atibala
Hindi Name:Kanghi
English Name:Country Mallow
Latin Name:Abutilon indicum
Description:Country mallow is a perennial herb. Stems, stout, branched, 1-2 m tall, pubescent. Leaves, cordate, dentate. Flowers, yellow in color, peduncle jointed above the middle. Fruits, capsule, densely pubescent, with conspicuous and horizontally spreading beaks. Propagated by seeds. Distribution: Commonly found in upland fields, wastelands and roadsides.
Dosha:Pacifies Vata and Pitta.
Usage: Atibala is considered balya in Ayurveda, which means that it increases strength, vigor and vitality. It is used in facial paralysis and joint disorders. It is also indicated as a uterine tonic as well as an aphrodisiac.

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