Anantamul ( English : Indian Sarsaparilla (Hemidesmus indicus)) is a vine that is found in almost all India years. In Sanskrit, Saraiya, Gujarati extends, Kaverwell etc., Hindi, Bengali and Anantamul in Marathi and Indian Sarsapirila in English. The color of the vine is reddish and its leaves are three white fingers, the size of the leaves of berries are white streaks. On breaking, a kind of liquid like a kind of milk emerges. Flowers are small and white. These are legumes. Its root is deep red and fragrant. This aroma is due to a flammable aromatic substance, on which all the qualities of this medicine appear to be dependent. The root of the drug work comes only.
This is used in iveriodic hemolytic herbs. An endless food is given in the form of wraps or pak. According to Ayurveda, it reduces inflammation, is useful in diarrhea, pancreatitis, fever, blood vessel, syphilis, leprosy, arthritis, snakebite, scorpion etc.