Gule Gajwan small shrub that grows in mountainous regions
Yuvika herbs Gule Gajwan
Gaozaban is a small shrub that grows in mountainous regions of the Middle East and Asia. It is also found in the Mediterranean regions of Europe and Asia. The gaozaban stem is simple, hairy; and arises from a cluster of radical, lanceolate leaves. Its flowers are blue or purple, trumpet-shaped; and found in silky, glomerate clusters.
Gaozaban is used in Ayurvedic Medicine to ease muscle tension and strengthen the nervous system. It's used frequently as a tonic, alterative, demulcent, and diuretic.
It is believed that the plants of the Onosma genus possess anticancer, antioxidant, antimicrobial, antipyretic, anti-diabetic, antitussive and spasmolytic activities and can be helpful in the treatment of rheumatism, bladder pain, kidney irritation, or palpitation of heart.