In Ayurvedic medicine, adhatoda vasica is used for a multitude of disorders including; leprosy, blood disorders, heart troubles, fever, vomiting, loss of memory, leucoderma, jaundice, tumors, mouth troubles, sore-eye, and gonorrhea.
Botanical Name: Adhatoda vasica
Common Name: Adusa
Telugu Name: Addasaram
Malayalam Name: Ataloetakam
Kannada Name: Adusogae
Hindi Name: Adosa
Sanskrit Name: Vasaka
Ref: Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India Volume-1,Page:122
Usage part: Dried Leaf
Dose: 2 gms.
How to cleaned and purified: Remove the mixture of dust mugs and wash well in the water and dry in the shadow.
“Consuming Adathoda Kasayam/Tea with honey reduces cough, cold, blood pressure, fever and tuberculosis.
Adathoda Tea/Kasayam is a good expectorant when it is prepared with Adhimadhuram (Liquorice), Thippili (Piper Longum), and Thalisa Pathiri (Abies spectabilis). It is also good for patients suffering from Asthma and Chronic Bronchitis.
Suffering from swelling or arthritic pain? Applying the leaves paste on the affected area gives relief.”