Clerodendrum phlomidis

Clerodendrum phlomidis(Arni flower)

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Clerodendrum phlomidis is a types of blooming plant in the Lamiaceae family. The plant has been utilized as a part of Ayurvedic pharmaceutical, and some Ayurvedic sources allude to it by the equivalent word Clerodendrum multiflorum.


Sanskrit name: Agnimantha, Jaya, Sriparni, Ganikarika, Jayanthi, Tarkari, Nadeyi, Vai jayanthi

Hindi name: Urni, Arna, Aarni

Product Description


This herb has a place with Verbenaceae/Lamiaceae family. Leaves are praise, inverse, deltoid, furry from beneath and wavy. The blossoms are in little adjusted terminal panicle. The blossoms sprout in August to February.

Blooms are white or pinkish and are exceptionally fragrant.


As indicated by Indian antiquated arrangement of solution Ayurveda, Dash Mool an effective blend of ten distinct roots to enhance body force and keep up great wellbeing contains Clerodendrum phlomidis (Arni) Root.[3] The mash acquired from the devastating of the leaves is connected remotely on swelling.


Cleanly prepared

Safe to utilize


Sanskrit name: Agnimantha, Shriparni

Development: It is a little herb basic in India and Sri Lanka

Therapeutic uses: According to Ayurveda, Dash Mool an effective blend of ten distinct roots to enhance body power and keep up great wellbeing, contains Arni pool (Root)

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