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Erand (RICINUS COMMUNIS)

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Erand (RICINUS COMMUNIS)

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Please select the varition of this herb you would like to purchase, Single Unit is 350 gm
Product Name Price Qty
Erand's Raw Herb
Rs.1,380
Erand's Powder
Rs.1,660
Erand's Oil
Rs.2,760
Erand's Extract
Rs.4,140

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Quantity: 350 gm, See dosage and product description below
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BOTANICAL NAME

RICINUS COMMUNIS

FAMILY

EUPHORBIACEAE

OTHER NAMES

 

Sanskrit

Amanda, Amangala, Bhanda, Chankuka, Chitrabija, Chitraka, Citra, Citrabija, Citraka, Dirghadantaka,

Eranda, Erandah,Gandharavahasthah, Gandharvahasta, Gandharvahastaka, Gandharvahastakah, Hastikarna, Hastiparnaka,

Ishta, Kanta, Oancangulah,Pancangula, Pancangulah, Pancangulavatari, Panchangula, Panchangulam, Panjangula,

Raktaeranda, Rubu, Ruvuka, Shukla,Shulashatru, Suklah, Svehaprada, Taruna, Triputi, Triputiphala, Tuchhadru, Urubaka,

Urubu, Urubuka, Usravuka, Uttanapatraka,Vardhamana, Vardhamanaka, Vatari, Vuka, Vyadambaka, Vyadatvaka,

Vyaghradala, Vyaghrapuccha, Vyaghrapuchha, Yeranda,Ndataila

Hindi

Arend, Arand, Arand-ke-binj, Arandi, Arandi-ke-binj, Endi, Erand, Erandi, Erend, Ind, Rand, Arandka-per, Arandi-ka-per,

Chhoti-arand-ka-per, Chhoti-arandi-ka-per, Chhoti-arand, Chhoti-arand-ke-binj, Chhoti-arandi, Chhoti-arandi-ke-binj, Andi, Castor, Aerand, Naudi,Irandia

Urdu

Bedanjir (arand), Sharbat hab-ul-as, Roghan-i-nilofer, Bikh erandi, Maghze tukhm arandi, Roghan baid, Roghan baid anjir, Hab-ul-as,Roghan erand, Roghan erandi

Arabic

Khirva, Shajratul-khirvaa, Khirvaa, Bazrul-khirvaa, Shajratul-khirvaaaus-saghir, Khirvaaaus-saghir, Bazrul-khirvaaaus-saghir

Assamese

Eragoch

Bengali

Bheranda, Eradom, Eranda, Rerhi, Reri

Kannada

Audla, Avudala, Avudalu, Chittuharalu, Eranda, Haralu, Manda, Oudla, Vardhamana, Aralu, Arudalu, Biliga ondale, Chittaralu

Malyalam

Amandam, Avanacu, Avanakka, Avanakkinkuru, Avanakku, Chittamanakku, Chittavanaku, Erandam, Gandharvahastakam

Manipuri

Kaji

Marathi

Erandi, Erendi, Yarandicha, Aerandi, Erand, Vhadli-eramdo

Mizoram

Mutih

Persian

Bedanjir, Darakhte-bedanjir, Tukhme bedanjir, Darakhte-bedanjire-khurd

Tamil

Aimugi, Amanakkam ceti, Amanakku, Andagam, Asaram, Attagam, Attamanam, Attugam, Erandam, Kottai, Kottaimuttu, Amanakku ennai

OTHER INFORMATION

 

DESCRIPTION

Tall annuals, sometimes shrubby or tree-like. Leaves alternate, broad, palmately 5-11-lobed, serrate.

Flowers monoeciou, in terminal subpaniculate racemes, 30-60 cm long. Fruit a pickly capsule of

three 2-valved cocci.

PHARMACOGNOSY

Root : Roots are light in weight, profusely branched, outer surface yellowish brown, rough due to

presence of longitudinal wrinkles, odourless, taste acrid, fracture granular. In T.S. the root shows

periderm, cortex and stele. Highly branchd latex canals are present in the cortex. Some cortical cells

contain large oil globules, rosette of calcium oxalate crystals and simple o compound starch grains.

 

Leaf : Leaves are long petioled, palmately veined, broad, nearly orbicular, 7-10 or more lobed.

A number of saucer shaped glands are present on th epetiole and 2 prominent glands at the

top of the petiole. Leaves possess paracytic stomata on both the surfaces, more abundant on lower side.

 

Seed : Seeds are ellipsoidal or ovoid, slightly flattened, externally smooth, bearing one prominent raphe, testa blackish brown or greyish brown, taste slightly bitter and pungent.

The testa of seed is thin and brittle, endosperm white and oily. Seed oil viscid, pale yellow

or almost colourless, transparent.

DISTRIBUTION

This species is probably native to North East tropical Africa, globally distributed in the Pantropics

and is also widely cultivated throughout. Within India, it is found wild in scrub forests of the outer

Himalayas, it has been cultivated through the ages in Africa and India, now it is found almost

throughout India upto an altitude of 2000 metres

CULTIVATION

castor is said to be a crop of tropics, though it is cultivated in the sub-tropics to some extent.

Castor can withstand dry arid climates, as also heavy rains and floods. It is generally grown

on sandy or clayey deep red loams and on good light alluvial loams.

PART (S) USED

ROOT, LEAF, SEED, OIL

DOSE

Root 10 - 20 gm, Seed 2 - 6 parts, Oil 4 - 16 ml

CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS

Ricinine, Albumin, Ricin, Octacosanol, Ricinine, Gallic acid, Lupeol, Sodium, Magnesium,

 Chloride, Nitrate,Iron, Aluminium, Mnganese, Calcium, Rutin, Ricinine, Apigenin, Cholorogenic

, Oleic, Palmitic, Ricinoleic,Stearic

PHYSICAL CONSTITUENTS

Root (Ash 8.0 %, Acid insoluble ash 1.0%, Alcohol soluble extrctive 3.0 %, Water soluble extractive 9.0%)

Leaf (Ash 9 %, Acid insoluble ash 1.0 %, Alcohol soluble extractive 14.0 %, Water soluble extractive 28.0 %)

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES

 

GUNA (Quality)

Snigdh, Tikshan, Suksham

RASA (Taste)

Madhur, Kashay

VIPAK (Metabolism)

Madhur

VIRYA (Potency)

Ushan

PRABHAV (Impact)

Vednasthapan

PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTION

Antiinflammatory, Spasmogenic, Hepatoprotective, Antifertility, Purgative, Spasmolytic

THERAPEUTIC USES

Digests undigested food   ·   Urinary tract infection infections   ·   Analgesic

FORM ULATIONS (Yog)

Abhrak bhasma           Balarishta                 Mashbaladi kvath churna

Vidaryadi kvath churna

 

 

Additional Information

Weight(gm) -shipping 350.0000
Botanical Name RICINUS COMMUNIS
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