Names: Australian Cowplant, Barkista, Bedakicha Phala, Cowplant, Chakkarakolli, Gurmar, Gudmar, Gurmar Buti, Gurmar, Gymnema, Gudamar, Gymnema Sylvestre, Gymnema Sylvestre R. Br, Ipécacuanha, Kadhasige, Kavki, Kavali, Kista, Kawli, Medhaashingi, Meshsingi, Madhunashini, Meshashringi, Miracle Fruit, Merasingi, Mrygosingo, Madhunashni, Medasinghi, Meshshrangi, Periploca Of The Woods, Podapatri, Shirukurinjan, Sarpadarushtri, Sasinga, Small Indian Ipecacuanha, Vodaparthi
Other Names: Gurmar Leaves, Gurmar Powder, Gudmar Leaves, Gudmar Powder, Gurmar Leaves Powder, Gudmar Leaves Powder, Gurmar Buti Powder
Form: Dried Raw Herb, Leaves, Leaves Powder
The fresh leaves when chewed have the remarkable property of paralyzing the sense of taste for sweet and bitter substance for some time.
It lowers blood sugar level and is good for the treatment of Diabetes.
The herb is useful for stimulating the heart; it increases urine secretion.