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Family: Malvaceae
Botanical name: Sida cordata, Sida veronicaefolia Lam
PLANT NAME IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES
Sanskrit: Nagabala, Bhumibala
English: Heartleaf fanpetals, Snake mallow
Hindi: Bananiyar, Bhyunli bhuinii
Malayalam: Vallikkuruntotti, Nagabala
MEDICINAL PROPERTIES
Heartleaf fanpetals is Native to India, Heart-Leaf Sida is is a weed that grows wild in wastelands and along roadsides. They are found throughout the tropical and ub-tropical plains all over India and Srilanka. The herb grows to 30-80 cm. The plant though seasonal, is available throughout the year, and is especially luxuriant during the months of October to December. The leaves, 1-5.5 cm long, are heart shaped, one at each node. The flowers, 7-8 mm across, are produced at the leaf axils, and are yellow in color. The plant can be easily recognized with the above characteristics, and the entire plant is used in making medicine
The whole plant of Heartleaf fanpetals is used leucorrhoea, arthritis, urinary infection, cough, bronchitis, asthma, burning sensation and diarrhea.
Heartleaf Fanpetals
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