Blue Wiss

The Scientific name of Blue Wiss: Glycine Labialis, Teramnus labialis

Name of Blue Wiss in different languages:-

English: Rabbit vine, horse vine
Sanscrit: हयःपुच्छी hayahapuchchi, कल्याणी kalyani, माषपर्णी mashaparni, विसारिणी visarini
Hindi: कल्याण kalyan, लोमशपर्णिनी lomashparnini, मशानी mashani, माषपर्णी mashaparni, पाण्डुलोमा pandu-loma
Malayalam: Kattuzhunnu കാട്ടുഴുന്ന്, Kamboji-കാംബോജീ, Aswapushpa-അശ്വപുച്ഛാ, Masahaparni-മാഷപർണ്ണി

Plant description:

Blue Wiss is a perennial, climbing vine that grows as a weed in waste areas with medium wet soil. Leaves are trifoliate, elliptic, ovate, 1 to 8 cm long, and 1 to 4 cm broad, densely covered with hairs. Stems grow up to 9 feet long, flowers are small and pink or purplish-white covered with hairs, hairy, ribbed, and 1 to 3 mm long.

Useful plant parts:

Whole plant, Root.

Leaf Arrangement

Shape-lanceolate Margin-Entire Venation-Reticulate
 Margin_Entire  Recticulate

Medicinal uses:

To treat TB, blood sugar, to control Vata disorders, neurological problems, and paralysis.

Ayurvedic uses of Teramnus labialis

  1. Anti-inflammatory Properties: Teramnus labialis is believed to possess anti-inflammatory properties. It may be used to alleviate inflammation in conditions like arthritis.
  2. Digestive Aid: It is used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine to support digestion and relieve digestive discomfort.
  3. Diuretic Properties: Teramnus labialis may act as a diuretic, promoting the production of urine. This can be helpful in conditions where increased urination is beneficial, such as in urinary tract infections or to support kidney health.
  4. Anti-microbial Properties: It is believed to have antimicrobial properties, which may help in managing infections caused by bacteria or fungi.
  5. Respiratory Conditions: In some Ayurvedic formulations, Teramnus labialis may be used to address respiratory issues like cough, bronchitis, and asthma.
  6. Aphrodisiac Properties: It is sometimes considered an aphrodisiac and may be used to support sexual health.
  7. Menstrual Disorders: Teramnus labialis may be used in traditional medicine to manage menstrual problems like irregular periods and menstrual cramps.
  8. Wound Healing: It is used topically to promote wound healing and alleviate skin conditions.
  9. Antioxidant Properties: Teramnus labialis contains compounds that may act as antioxidants, helping to protect cells from damage caused by free radicals.
  10. Anti-anxiety and Relaxation: Some traditional uses suggest that Teramnus labialis may have calming properties and may be used to reduce anxiety or promote relaxation.
  11. Antipyretic Properties: It may be used to help reduce fever due to its potential antipyretic properties.
  12. Anti-diabetic Properties: Some research suggests that Teramnus labialis may have properties that can help regulate blood sugar levels, making it potentially useful for managing diabetes.

The chemical content:

Amino acids, lysine, Arginine, valine, histidine.

How to prepare medicines:

BlueWiss is one of the ingredients in Ayurveda medicines like:



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