Anantmool is a climber found throughout India. Leaves are 2.5 inches long and alternatively arranged in a pair.
Anantmool is a great herb which has many versatile properties. It is very effective in managing gastritis and many other pitta disorders in the body.
It is also known as “Sariva” and is used in managing disorders of the reproductive system in females. It is a very good natural detoxification herb and helps in managing health naturally. It is a very useful plant in the Indian system of medicine. There are two varieties of this shrub which are demarcated by the color of their flowers, one of them is called as shveta sariva (bearing white flowers) and the other one is called as Krishna sariva (black variety) but both of them seem to have similar medicinal value. The roots are woody and aromatic while the stems are slender, green in color and numerous.