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About the product
Nilavepp, Kiriyath, Chirata (Swertia chiratta), Chiretta
Kiriyath is an annual or biennial bush that is used medicinally. It grows well in direct sunlight or slight shade and can reach a height of 18 inches to over four feet. It is an erect shrub with finely distributed or scattered leaves reaching a maximum length of 5 inches. The leaves are unscented, and the white flowers are streaked with faint violet. The entire plant has a bitter flavour, earning it the moniker ‘King of bitters’.
- Kiriyath is typically used to make an Ayurvedic decoction that is well-known for its anti-fever properties.
- It is known to be an effective laxative (a food, compound, or medication which when consumed either induces bowel movements or loosens the stool).
- Diabetic patients may also take this Ayurvedic decoction, as it is a well-known therapy for high blood sugar.
- The juice extracted from the leaves of these plants is beneficial for worm problems in the intestine.
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