Bidhara Scientific Name
Argyreia speciosa (Argyreia nerbosa)
Bidhara Other Names
English: Elephant Creeper, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose, Woolly Morning Glory
Latin: Argyreia Speciosa Sweet
What is Bidhara?
Bidhara, scientifically known as Argyreia nervosa, is a plant that is native Indian subcontinent. It can be found in Hawaii, Africa, and the Caribbean. Some of Bidhara’s other common names include Vidhara and Adhoguda. It is often used to treat leucorrhea, rheumatoid arthritis, oligospermia, general debility, diabetes, and swelling.
Common forms of Bidhara
Root, Seed Powder
Bidhara is commonly used for:
- Developing cell and tissue rejuvenation (slowing the aging process)
- Improving sperm quality and quantity
- Increasing life expectancy
- Increasing strength and immunity
- Improving intelligence
- Improving digestion strength
- Improving voice tone and quality
- Improving skin complexion
- Inducing diarrhea and purgation
- Relieving constipation
Root Powder: 3-6g or as prescribed.
Seed Powder: 1-2g or as prescribed.
Bidhara Side-effects and Warnings
Common side-effects: Not known.
Not so common side-effects: Not known.
Pregnant or Nursing Mothers: Not known.
Children: Not known.
Dried Bidhara (Bradhdaruk) seeds can cause inebriated conditions and hallucinations due to their intoxicating effects. The seeds are disallowed in various European countries.