Khella has traditionally been used for the management of vitiligo, psoriasis, kidney and urinary stones, diabetes, asthma, and urinary tract infections. It is also a potent coronary vasodilator with antispasmodic effects, making it useful in treating angina.
Furthermore, what part of khella is used for medicine?
Khella is a plant. The dried, ripe fruit is used to make medicine. People commonly prepare an "extract" by removing khellin, one of the active chemicals in khella, and dissolving it in a liquid that is then used as medicine. Khella is less commonly prepared as a tea.
Is Ammi Visnaga poisonous?
Is Ammi majus poisonous? Ammi majus can be toxic.
How do you use Ammi Visnaga mother tincture?
Directions For Use Take 10 drops of Dr Willmar Schwabe India Ammi Visnaga Mother Tincture diluted in half cup of water thrice a day or as directed by the physician.
Where is khella found?
Khellin is found in Egypt, the Middle East, and areas surrounding the Mediterranean. It is a major constituent of the plant Ammi Visnaga, existing between 0.3 and 1.2% in the leaves and seeds.