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Aconitum heterophyllum is an Aconite, i.e. it's belongs to genus aconite. This plant grows in Northern hemisphere’s mountainous terrain. Ativisa plant is herbaceous and perennial and is one of the poisonous species used in Indian Ayurvedic medicines.
Ativisa

Uses: Migraines, Headaches, Vomiting, Piles, Burning sensation, Perspiration problems, Burning sensation in the vagina.

Chemical Composition: Atisine, Aconitine, Atisenol, Atidine, Hetisine, Hetisinone, Banzolheteratisine, Histidine, F-dihydroatisine, Heteratisine and Several diterpene alkaloids such aheterophyllin, heterophyllisin, heterophyllidine, and hetidine.

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