Tephrosia Purpurea is the scientific name for Wild Indigo. It is a member of the Fabaceae family. The roots, leaves, seeds, and bark can all be used medicinally. Indigo is a traditional part of Ayurveda. The plant can be used for the liver, heart, intestines, and spleen, broncitis, inflammation, diarrhea, blood purification, and appetite. The herb has white to purplish flowers and can be found in tropical regions.
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