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Sarpagandha

The official ‘Wonder Drug of India’!

Nature of Herb: Sarpagandha is an important herbal or medicinal plant mostly grown in the hilly regions of Himalaya. It is native to Indian sub-continent and East Asia.Sarpagandha also known as Rauvolfia serpentina can also be grown in the lower ranges of the Eastern and Western Ghats and in the Andaman region. It grows in shady areas in India and is an endangered species in many parts of India. Sarpangandha is distributed in Himalayan regions, Uttaranchal, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir.Commonly known as Indian snakeroot, rauvolfia , Devil Pepper, Serpentine root, Patalguru, Harkaya,Chandrika and others.

The plant has been used in Ayurveda for centuries due to its medicinal value and mailnly used to treat High Blood pressures and variety of mental disorders.

Biological Name: Rauvolfia serpentina

Family: Apocynaceae


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