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Rauvolfia serpentina, or Indian snakeroot is a species of flower in the family Apocynaceae. It is native to the Indian subcontinent . Its Common English names include devil pepper and snakeroot.
This herb is considered to be effective in lowering blood pressure and fever. It also helps in stimulating uterine contractions at the time of delivery. Sarpagandha is an ayurvedic plant which has been used for its medicinal properties in ayurveda for thousands of years as a remedy for various diseases such as hypertension, insomnia and even insanity. This herb contains several alkaloids in it which are very beneficial. The quality of these alkaloids is fairly high in the dried roots.
There are certain therapeutic powers of these herbs. This herb has sedative properties, so it is very helpful in relieving insomnia. The very first dose of Rauwolfia enables the patient of phlegmatic and gouty nature to go to sleep. This herb has been adapted by certain country for relieving hypertension especially in American countries. Its potent anti-hypertensive herb, actually its alkaloid reduces the heart rate and thus reduces the high blood pressure. Sarpagandha is universally a known medicine for high blood pressure because of its special property of lowering blood pressure by reducing the heart rate and dilating of blood vessels. It is used as an antidote in case of a snake bite. This herb is also very beneficial in relieving insanity. The presence of alkaloid in it is believed to cure many kinds of neurological problems and relieves itching in Urticaria.
|Place Of Origin||Neemuch|
|English,Sanskrit ,Hindi & Family Name||Rauvolfia root, Serpentine Root, Snake Root,Sarpagandha,Chandrabhaga, Chota Chand,Apocynaceae|
|Root||Hypnotic, sedative specifically for insanity, reduces blood pressure|
|Leaf Juice||Used to remove corneal opacitty of the eyes|
|Usage||In Ayurveda, unani and folk medicine|