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The scientific name of Naravelia: Naravelia zeylanica (Linn.)DC.
Name of Naravelia in different languages:-
English: Naravelia, Headache vine
Sanskrit: Dhanavalli, Vatanasini
Malayalam: Talavedanavalli, Vatakkodi, Vatamkolli, Kuruppakodi
Tamil: Vatamkolli, Nintavalli, Thalavali Vally
It is scandent or climbing shrub, found throughout India. with tuberous roots, wiry stem and strong tendrils; leaves 3-foliated, opposite, terminal leaflet modified into a 3-branched tendril, leaflets cordate, serrate or crenate, prominently nerved; flowers yellow, fragrant, in axillary or terminal panicles, sepals downy, petals linear–clavate, elongate; fruits aggregate of achenes, ending in twisted feathery tails, the roots are tuberous.
Useful plant parts:
Whole plant, Root
Rheumatalgia, odontalgia, helminthiasis, dermatopathy, leprosy cephalalgia, wounds colic, inflammations and ulcers.
Taraxerol and β-sitosterol
Antidermatitic, antirheumatic. The plant is astringent, bitter, sweet, anthelmintic, depurative, anodyne, anti-inflammatory and vulnerary.
Home remedy to reduce Migraine pain
To treat the headache due to Migrane (Kodinji) collect the root of plant early morning without any iron weapon and covered in a cotton cloth and inhale two to three times daily, repeat this for three days
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