Premna Mucronata – Pictures Of One Of Ayurvedic Herbal Remedies Of Dasamula Group
Agnimantha Or Premna mucronata is ayurvedic herbal remedy of the ‘Dasamula’ or ‘Ten roots’ group. Dasamula group of ayurvedic herbs is frequently used in Ayurvedic remedies. Premna mucronata, a good anti-vata herbal remedy, is useful for edema and degenerative disorders.
Find the pictures of ayurvedic herbal remedy Agnimantha or Ganiyar or Arani – the pictures of whole plant, the bark, the leaves and more…
Habitat Of Agnimantha:
Premna mucronata is found in Northern India – the Gangetic plains, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Bengal province of India. Besides, it is also present in hill area from Kumaon to Bhutan up to the height of 5000 feet from sea level.
Ayurvedic Varieties Of Agnimantha:
- Big Arani Or Agethu is Premna mucronata.
- Small Arani Or Tekar Or Tarkari: This medicinal herb is actually another ayurvedic botanical Clerodendrum phlomidis Linn. f.
The Plant Of Premna Mucronata:
Premna mucronata is a medium sized plant about 20 to 25 feet height. The bark is light grey in color. Small spikes are present on stem and large branches.
Leaves Of Premna mucronata:
Leaves are 2 to 7 inch long, oval or oblong and pointed at both ends. Hairs could be felt on the lower surface of the leaves. Leaves have a peculiar odor on crushing and turn black on drying.
Flowers Of Agnimantha:
The flower bed is 2 to 5 inch in diameter. Flowers are greenish white in color. Flowering occurs from April to May.
Fruits Of Premna mucronata:
The fruit is spherical, black or violet in color and has diameter of 2 to 5 inch. Fruition occurs from May to June.
THE PLANT OF AGNIMANTHA OR PREMNA MUCRONATA IN THE MIDDLE
THE BARK OF PREMNA MUCRONATA OR AGNIMANTHA
THE LEAVES OF AGNIMANTHA OR PREMNA MUCRONATA