Meshshringi

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Botanical Name Gymnema Sylvestre
Family Apocynaceae.
Origin India
Description Meshshringi is a woody climber with long and slender branches. The leaves are ovate and opposite, with a smooth surface and a pointed tip. The flowers are small and yellow, and the fruit is a slender, elongated capsule.
Parts Used The leaves and stem of Meshshringi are used for medicinal purposes.
Dose The recommended dose of Meshshringi varies based on the form of the supplement, but typically ranges from 200-400mg per day.

 

Ayurveda Features

Formulations(Yog) Meshshringi is commonly used in Ayurvedic formulations like Nishamalaki churna and Meshshringi-Guduchi.
Anti-Dote (Nivaran Dravya) There is no known antidote for Meshshringi.
Ayurvedic Properties Guna (Quality): Laghu (Light), Ruksha (Dry)
Rasa (Taste): Tikta (Bitter)
Vipak (Metabolism): Madhura (Sweet)
Virya (Potency): Sheet (Cold)
Prabhav (Impact): Medohar (Reduces Fat)
Other Names Sanskrit: Meshshringi, Madhunasini
Hindi: Gurmar
Assamese: Baimaar
Bengali: Mere-singhi
Kannada: Sakkare-gatti, Madhunashini
Malayalam: Cakkarakkolli
Manipuri: Khangbaakthong
Marathi: Kavali, Vakundi
Oriya: Meshshringi, Meshanil
Telegu: Podapatra, Chakkara-gadda

 

Properties

Distribution Meshshringi is native to the tropical regions of India, Africa, and Australia.
Pharmacognosy The leaves of Meshshringi contain gymnemic acids, which have anti-diabetic properties. It also contains saponins, flavonoids, and alkaloids.
Cultivation Meshshringi can be grown in warm and humid climates. It is propagated through cuttings or seeds and requires regular watering and fertilization.
Physical Constituents Meshshringi contains various minerals like chromium, copper, iron, magnesium, and zinc.
Chemical Constituents The active constituents of Meshshringi include gymnemic acids, saponins, flavonoids, and alkaloids.

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