Delphinium Denudatum

Vernacular Name:Nirbisi, Nilo bikh

English Name:        Delphinium     

Distribution:Pakistan to C Nepal

Parts used:         Roots

                                                                                       

Description:  Herb, 20-40 cm tall. Leaves radical, 1.5-6 cm in diameter, palmately lobed linear, entire. Flowers in raceme, violet- blue, long spurred.


Use:  Roots bitter, stimulant, alterative, thermogenic, anodyne, digestive, carminative, anthelmintic, diuretic, lithontriptic, emmenagogue, anti-inflammatory, revulsive, depurative, aphrodisiac, vulnery, stimulant, alexiteric, alterant, cardiotonic, febrifuge, and tonic; useful in odontalgia, insanity, haemorhoides, dyspepsia, flatulence, jaundice, strangury, renal and vesical calculi, dysmenorrhoea, amenorrhoea, inflammations, obesity, leprosy, skin diseases, catarrh, cough, asthma, fever, ulcers, and as an adulterant for aconite. It is considered to be an antidote to snake poison and the poison of  Aconitum ferox


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Reference:  AVS (Vol II) 1994; DPR 10, 2001, A Compendium of Medicinal Plants in Nepal by Sushim Ranjan Baral and Puran Prasad Kurmi 2006,