Phyllanthus urinaria | Chamber Bitter | Gripeweed

Phyllanthus urinaria

Phyllanthaceae

  • English: Chamber Bitter, Common Leafflower, Gripeweed, Shatterstone, Gale of Wind, Stonebreaker, Leafflower,
  • America: Gale Of Wind, Creole Senna,
  • Brazil: Erva-Pombinha,
  • Bengali: Hazarmani,
  • China: Ye Xia Zhu,
  • France: Phyllanthe Diuretique, Petit Tamarin Rouge,
  • Hindi- Lal Bhuinanwalah, Hajarmani,
  • Indonesia: Memeniran, Meniran,
  • Japan: Komikanso, Ko-Makansou,
  • Kannada: Kempu Nelanelli, Kempu Kirunelli,
  • Nepali: Kanthad, Ajaat,
  • Malaysia: Amin Buah, Dukong Anak, Keman Jolok,
  • Malayalam: Chukannakizhanelli, Chirukizhukanelli,
  • Manipuri- Chakpa-Heikru,
  • Philippines: Surusampalok, Ibaiba-An, Laiolaioan, Lurulaioan, Minuhminuh, Takum-Takum, Payog, Tabi, Talindanon, Apoy-Apoyan, Turutalikod,
  • Portuguese: Filanto, Erva-Pombinha, Quebra-Pedras,
  • Spanish: Flor Escondida,
  • Sanskrit: Bhumyamalaki, Ujjhata,
  • Tamil: Civappu Kilanelli, Cirukilanelli,

Rath Pitawakka (රත්  පිටවක්කා), Pitawakka (පිටවක්කා) 

Plant Information – Growth, Importance

Medicinal Uses

  • Other Medicinal Uses of Phyllanthus urinaria

  • Parts Used

Phyllanthus urinaria
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