Taking quality as our prime concern, we have engaged ourselves in offering Aconitum Heterophyllum. Roots of this medicinal plant are used for formulating different medicines that are used for providing Ayurvedic treatment. This Aconitum Heterophyllum plant is a rich source of abundant starch, fat, vegetable mucilage, cane sugar, and glycerides. To process these beneficial roots, we cut them in small pieces and later we dry them in shaded place. To meet the demands of customers, we pack the offered products in various packaging sizes at market competitive prices.
Indian Medicinal Plants, Ayurveda
Ayurvedic treatments and Ayurveda Principles
Aconitum heterophyllum - Medicinal Plant
(i) A. heterophyllum
Roots biennial, paired, tuberous; whitish or grey. Stem erect, simple or branched, from 15-20 cm high. glabrous below, finely crispo-pubescent in the upper part.
Leaves heteromorphous, glabrous: lowest on long petioles (13cm); blade orbicular- cordate or ovate-cordate in outline with a usually narrow sinus (1-1.5 cm deep); usually 5- lobed to the middle, amplexicaul.
Inflorescence slender raceme or a lax, leafy panicle, crispo-pubescent; Sepals bluish or violet (rarely whitish); navicular obliquely erect, shortly or obscurely beaked, 18-20 mm high, 8-9 mm wide. Carpels 5, elliptic-oblong. Follicles contagious, linear-oblong, straight, 16-18 mm long.
Seeds pyramidal, 3-4 mm long, blackish brown.
Distribution commonly found in sub-alpine and alpine zones Himalayas from Indus to Kumaon at 2000-5000 m (6000-16000 ft.)