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Vishamushti, Ageratum conyzoides

Vishamushti is a coarse annual plant with an erect stem and a strong, unpleasant smell. It can grow up to about 1 metre tall. It is a common weed of the tropical zone, it is also sometimes grown as an ornamental plant and is commonly used as a traditional medicine.

Uses: Wound healing, Anorexia, Dyspepsia, Renal calculi, Hemorrhoids.

Chemical Composition: The leaf is reported to contain stigmasterol (59.9%) and beta-sitosterol (26.7%) as major component of sterol faction. The dried flowering plant contains the pyrrolizidine alkaloids, lycopsamine and echinatine.

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