Kakoli

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Botanical Name Fritillaria roylei
Family Liliaceae
Origin Himalayan region
Description Fritillaria roylei is a perennial herb that grows up to 60 cm tall. It has a bulbous root system and produces a single stem with a few narrow leaves. The flowers are bell-shaped and range in color from pale yellow to reddish-brown.
Parts Used The bulb of Fritillaria roylei is used in Ayurvedic medicine.
Dose The recommended dose is 125 mg to 250 mg of the bulb powder per day.

 

Ayurveda Features

Formulations(Yog) The bulb of Fritillaria roylei is used in various Ayurvedic formulations such as Dashmoola kvatha, Triphala churna, and Mahasudarshan churna.
Anti-Dote (Nivaran Dravya) There is no specific anti-dote for Fritillaria roylei poisoning.
Ayurvedic Properties Guna (Quality) – Guru (Heavy), Snigdha (Unctuous)
Rasa (Taste) – Madhura (Sweet), Tikta (Bitter)
Vipak (Metabolism) – Madhura (Sweet)
Virya (Potency) – Shita (Cold)
Prabhav (Impact) – Hridya (Cardiac tonic)
Other Names Sanskrit – Kakoli, Kakoli kanda
Hindi – Kakoli, Kaknaj
Assamese – Kakuli, Kajol
Bengali – Kakoli, Kakra
Kannada – Kadu kakkada, Kadu kakkoli
Malyalam – Karimkizhangu
Manipuri – Kakchingkhong
Marathi – Kakoli
Oriya – Kakkoli
Telegu – Ksheerapushpa

 

Properties

Distribution Fritillaria roylei is native to the Himalayan region and is found in India, Pakistan, Nepal, and Bhutan.
Pharmacognosy The bulb of Fritillaria roylei is used in Ayurvedic medicine for its medicinal properties. The bulb contains alkaloids, including imperialine, ebeiedine, and verticine, which are responsible for its pharmacological activities.
Cultivation Fritillaria roylei is a wild plant and is not commonly cultivated
Physical Constituents The bulb contains essential oils, fixed oils, and fatty acids.
Chemical Constituents The bulb of Fritillaria roylei contains alkaloids, flavonoids, and sterols.

 

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