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Tylophora indica (Burm.F) Merill, commonly known as Indian Ipecse or Antmool belongs to family Asclepiadaceae. The plant is perennial, small, slander, a twining or climbing herb. Leaves are Ovate to elliptic (6.0-10.5*3.8-6.0 cm)., petioles are up to 12mm long. Flowers are minute (1-1.5cm across) and corolla is greenish yellow or greenish purple in color. Fruit is a follicle.
Tylophora is traditionally used as folk remedy in certain regions of India for the treatment of bronchial asthma, inflammation bronchitis, allergy, and dermatitis. Tylophora also seems to be a good remedy in traditional medicine as anti-psoriasis.