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Family: Phyllanthaceae (leaf-flower family)
Botanical name: Phyllanthus reticulatus Poir
PLANT NAME IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES
Sanskrit: Poolika, Krishnakamboji
English: Black-Honey Shrub, black-berried featherfoil, potato-bush, netted-leaved leaf-flower
Hindi: Pancholi, Makhi
Malayalam: Nirnelli
MEDICINAL PROPERTIES
Black-Honey Shrub is a many branched shrub, sometimes partially scrambling, usually 1-5 m high, or a small twiggy tree that grows up to 8 m in height. The bark is light reddish-brown or grey-brown with hairy stems when young, which become smooth with age. The leaves alternate along slender branches. They are up to 25 cm long and appear as leaflets of large pinnate leaves. The leaves are thinly textured, usually hairless.
The Roots and Leaves of Black-Honey Shrub is used to burning sensation, diabetes, skin diseases, wounds and increase renal function.
Phyllanthus reticulatus
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