Indian Atees, tís ; Atis

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Sanskrit : Ativißhá


Hindi : Atís; Atis

English : Indian Atees

Latin  : Aconitum hetrophyleum Wall. (A. Cordatum.)

Part Used : Dried tuberous roots

Habitat : Sub-alpine and alpine regions ; Himalayas from Indus to Kumaon

Energetics : Bitter, astringent VPK= Tissues : Plasma, blood

Systems : Digestive, immune, respiratory

Action : Tonic, stomachic, antiperiodic, aphrodi- siac, carminative

Uses : Hemorrhoids, vomiting, edema, liver disor– ders, Kapha and Pitta diseases ; convalescing after fever, debility, diarrhea, dysentery, acute inflam- mations, cough, indigestion, chronic fevers, with honey for coryza.

Preparation : Tincture, decoction, powder

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