This herb is usually grown in the foothills of most mountainous terrains across India and is famed for its all-round medicinal and antioxidant properties.  In Ayurveda, this creeper vine and its roots are identified to treat ailments such as venereal and skin diseases, arthritis, rheumatism, epilepsy, nervous diseases, tonsillitis, liver disease and syphilis, stomach disorders and as an aphrodisiac to treat impotence.

  • Naruneendi acts as a diuretic and can treat some of the urinary tract and bladder diseases.
  • It purifies the blood and is used to treat several skin diseases.
  • It is an antidote used in traditional medicine against scorpion poisoning and rat bites.

In many parts of India, the roots of Naruneendi are used to create tasty beverages and drinks. These include a wide variety of sarbath, milk sarbath, syrups and others.

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