From Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants
Common names include purple morning glory, mahalungi, and kallana gida.
Argyreia cuneata is a perennial climbing shrub growing from 150-200cm. Its stems are covered with soft white hair. The leaves are about 6 centimeters long by 2.5 wide with wedge-shaped bases. The flowers are purple and about 5 cm long. The seeds are brown, about 1 cm long, and elliptically shaped.
The leaves are traditionally used for treatment of diabetes.<ref>Template:Cite book</ref>
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