Kandankathiri is a great remedy for many respiratory conditions, used widely in Ayurveda for the treatment of bronchitis, fever,cough, cold, asthma, hoarseness of voice, migraine, headache, worms, loss of appetite, enlargement of the liver and improves digestion.
Kandankathiri (Solanum xanthocarpum ) of the family Solanaceae is one of the main ingredients in Dashamoola, a commonly used Ayurvedic preparation for respiratory problems .
This herb is also said to be beneficial for the treatment of Paralysis, diseases of Eye, Ear, Brain and cardiac diseases associated with edema. It is a potent antioxidant, brings down free radicals, protects liver, reduces cholesterol and obesity.
In traditional systems of medicine, different parts like leaves, stem,flower, root, seeds of Kandankathiri and the plant as a whole is used. The plant is bitter, anthelmintic, anti inflammatory, digestive, carminative, appetizer, stomachic, febrifuge, expectorant, laxative, stimulant, diuretic and rejuvenating.
Other Uses: The whole plant is useful in vitiated conditions of vata and kapha, helminthiasis, dental caries, inflammations, flatulence, constipation, dyspepsia, anorexia, leprosy, skin diseases, hypertension, fever, hiccough, lumbago, hemorrhoids and epilepsy.
Focus on plant research has increased all over the world and a large body of evidence has been collected to show immense potential of the drug Kandankathiri used for various respiratory disorders in the Ayurvedic systems of medicine. Lot of formulation containing Kandankathiri as an ingredient in various dosage forms are available. Various researches have proved many of its activities mentioned in Ayurvedic classics giving a strong scientific base.
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