Peristrophe paniculata is a profusely branching herb of 75 cm. Braches are 4 angled. Leaves are ovate-lanceolate. Flowers are purple and profusely branched. The specific name Paniculata refers to branched infloroscence.
Kaknadi, Atrilal and Kakajangha
July to October
Common in cleared areas and way sides, waste places.
In Ayurveda roots are used for the treatment of leucorrhoea, wounds and snake bites.
Location in the Valley of flowers
It is found at Govindghat and on the trek from Govindghat to Ghangaria.
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