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Sunday, July 28, 2013

Cardiospermum halicacabum Jyotismati Kanphata buddakakara



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Cardiospermum halicacabum L.
Family: Sapindaceae

Synonyms: Cardiospermum acuminatum Miq. , Cardiospermum corycodes Kunze , Cardiospermum corycodes Kuntze , Cardiospermum glabrum Schumach. & Thonn. , Cardiospermum inflatum Salisb. , Cardiospermum luridum Blume , Cardiospermum moniliferum Sw. ex Steud. , Cardiospermum pumilum Blume , Cardiospermum truncatum A.Rich. , Corindum halicacabum (L.) Medik.,

Common names: Balloon Vine, Heart-seed, love in a puff
Assamese: kapal phuta
Bengali: Lataphatkari
Hindi: कनफटा Kanphata, कनफूटी Kanphuti, कपालफोड़ी Kapalphodi
Kannada: agniballi, bekkinatoddinaballi, erumballi, kakaralata
Malayalam: Jyotishmati, katabhi
Marathi: kanphuti, shibjal, kakumardanika
Nepali: ज्योतिसमाति Jyotismati
Oriya: sakralata
Sanskrit: Bunu-uchchhe, इंद्रवल्ली Indravalli, Jyotishmati
Tamil: kottavan, modikkottan, mudakattan
Telugu: buddakakara, ekkudutige, jyotishmatitige, kasaritige

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Friday, May 10, 2013

Cardiospermum halicacabum Karnasphota Jyotishmati Kaanphuti Modikkottan



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 Cardiospermum halicacabum L.
Family: Sapindaceae
Synonyms: Cardiospermum acuminatum Miq., Cardiospermum corycodes Kunze, Cardiospermum corycodes Kuntze, Cardiospermum glabrum Schumach. & Thonn., Cardiospermum infiatum Salisb., Cardiospermum luridum Blume, Cardiospermum moniiiferum Sw. ex Steud., Cardiospermum pumiium Blume, Cardiospermum truncatum A Rich., Corindum halicacabum (L.) Medik., Physalis corymbosa Noronha, Physaiis halicacabum Noronha
  • Telugu: Ullings, Budpakakara, Buddalaaku, Patapataalum, Vekkudutiga
  • Sanskrit: Karnasphota, Kakadani, kaakatikta, kaakamardanika, Indravalli
  • Bengali: Jyotishmati
  • English: Ballon vine, Heart's Pea
  • Hindi: Kaanphuti, Lataaphataki, Kapalphoti 
  • Gujarati: Karolio
  • Kannada: Kanakayya, Agni-balli
  • Malayalam: Ulinna, Uzhinja, Valliuzhinja
  • Marathi: Fatphati, Kaanphuti, Khiljala
  • Tamil: Modikkottan, Mudukottan, Mudakkarutana
Various vernacular names: Agniballi, Amoteremi, Badha, Ballarina, Balloon Vine, Ban Chichinda, Bangcolon, Banu Uchchhe, Barcolon, Bâtard Persil, Bejuco de Orinar, Bejuco Globo, Blaasklimop, Black Liquorice, Black Winter Cherry, Blister Creeper, Bombija, Bombilla, Bombilla Menor, Bone Care, Bonnet Carré, Buddakakara, Cana, Cardiosperme, Cay Bong Bong, Colochero, Coracão da India, Corinde Glabre, Esungan, Farolito, Farolito de la Virgen, Garafunin Fadama, Garden Wine, Guisante Maravila, Gumba, Habbulkalkal, Halicacabon Estrange, Halicacabo Salvatico, Heart Pea, Heart Seed, Hierba de Chivato, Huayunac, Huevo de Gato, Indravallii, Jyotishmati, Kagdolio, Kanphuti, Karavi, Karnaspota, Karolio, Kesh Lahara, Kokalende, Kola Myetsi, Kottavan, Lataphatkari, Lataphatki, Lesser Balloonvine, Lofofo, Love-in-a-Puff, Malamai, Mani Mani, Masontsokina, Mor Ko Ton, Mubogo Bogo, Mudakattam, Muditos, Munditos, Okpoku Lairnosi, Painairavel, Palsy Curer, Paltugpaltucan, Peria Bulan, Persil Bâtard, Persil Diable, Pesi Bata, Phon Thuyen Kat, Pigeons Knee, Poc Poc Liane, Pois à Coeur, Pois de Merveille, Pois Merveille, Pwa de Mèrvèy, Pwa Mevey, Revienta Caballos, Roomsche Crieken van Overzee, Sprainbush Wine, Toffe Toffe, Totoku, Ulinna, Urundeburu, Uzipho, Uziphu, Welsch Schlutten, Wild Supplejack, Winter Cherry, Yerba Mora Desta Suerte Estangera, Zab Bich .

Ayurvedic uses: Sula, Sopha, Pandu, Vriddhi, Sandhi vata, Graha badha, Bhutabadha, Vishabadha
Antibacterial, hypotensive, antirheumatism

Americans use the plants in a variety of ways. The most prominent medicinal treatment is for kidney problems. In Mexico, Cuba, Hispaniola, and the Turks and Caicos Islands the plants are considered diuretic. In Mexico the roots are used, in Cuba the leaves, and in the Turks and Caicos the seeds. Each area has its own variant of medicinal preparations, including decoctions of roots and leaves. Others use the seeds, which are parched, ground like coffee, and boiled. The preparation in each area, however, is prescribed for swelling of the legs and feet associated with kidney trouble. This same decoction is used to treat rheumatism and arthritis in Argentina. The same or similar preparations are given in Mexico as sudorifics, emetics, purgatives, diaphoretics, and rubifacients in rheum. Cubans also use it as a sudorific (Roig 1945). In Hispaniola, the same basic decoction, either boiled or not, is also considered a refreshing drink. Similarly, in Dominica, the leaves are crushed in water by Caribs to make a refreshing and cooling drink. People in Hispaniola also use the leaves and stems in emollient poultices for abscesses and sores. In Trinidad, leaves are used as an infusion for “bich” (lower intestine disease) and indigestion. [Florida Ethnobotany]

Lodhas, Mundas, Oraons use root and leaves in the treatment of some diseases. The species is ti~ed in unani and allopathic systems of medicine. [Herbal Cures: Traditional Approach]

Used in rheumatism, lumbago, skeletal fractures, nervous diseases, amenorrhoea, haemorrhoids, erysipelas. The herb is used in hairoils for treating dandruff, alopecia and for darkening hair. The plant extract showed significant analgesic and anti-inflammatory activity and sedative effect on CNS. The drug also showed (transient) vasodepressant activity.

Dried aerial parts, infusion: for nervous diseases, chronic bronchitis; tincture: for itching, digestive, psoriasis
Leaf: antirheumatic, for chronic bronchitis, stiffness of limbs and snakebite.
Unripe fresh leaf: analgesic Leaf + root, infusion: diuretic, diaphoretic, for amenorrhea
Plant. Saponin, quebrachitol, apigenin, proanthocyanidin and stigmosterol Dried seed. Apigenin: flavone; campesterol: steroid Decorticated seed. n -Eicosene [Medicinal flora of Argentina]

 In Nigeria the leaves are sometimes rubbed on the skin for the treatment of skin eruptions, itch, etc. or applied as a poultice to swellings. The juice of the stem is dropped in the eye to treat ophthalmia. The leaf and root are used as a remedy for nervous diseases in many countries. After eating the seeds in quantity children may develop epileptiform convulsions. Stigmasterol, probably in the form of a glycoside, and quebrachitol have been isolated from the air-dried plant in India and proanthocyanidin and apigenin have been isolated from an alcoholic extract of the. The water-soluble fraction of a dried alcoholic extract of the seeds produced an initial depression followed by marked stimulation in the isolated frog heart preparation. [Medicinal plants in tropical West Africa]

Whole plant: Infusion of seedling is used to clear the uterus after childbirth. Root: Infusion used as a stomachic and diuretic. Part unspecified: Emmenagogue.
CHEM: Seed oil reportedly has the properties of an insect repellent, antifeedant and anti-inflammatory [Medicinal Plants of the Guianas (Guyana, Surinam, French Guiana)]
Diuretic, antitoxic; pneumonia, diabetes. Major Constituents: Eicosenoic acid, 1-cyano-2-hydroxy methylprop-2-ene-1-ol, 1-cyano-2-hydroxy methylprop-1-ene-3-ol20 [Taiwanese Native Medicinal Plants Phytopharmacology and Therapeutic Values]

Unani uses: Zofe Bah, Zofe Badan, Jaryan, Surate Inzal

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