Title: Kamala
Additional Names: Kamila; kameela; spoonwood
Literature References: Glands and hairs covering the fruits of Mallotus philippinensis (Lam.) Muell. Arg., (also known as Rottlera tinctoria Roxb.) Euphorbiaceae. Habit. Philippine Islands, India, China, Australia. Constit. Rottlerin, isoallorottlerin, flavanoids, resins, wax. Detemn of constituents: Khorana, Motiwala, Indian J. Pharm. 11, 37 (1949); M. Lounasmaa et al., Planta Med. 28, 16 (1975); C. J. Widén, H. S. Puri, ibid. 40, 284 (1980); V. K. Ahluwalia et al., Indian J. Chem. 27B, 238 (1988). Anthelmintic effects: S. S. Gupta et al., Indian J. Physiol. Pharmacol. 28, 63 (1984).
Therap-Cat: Anthelmintic (Cestodes).
Therap-Cat-Vet: Has been used as anthelmintic.
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Kamala is a common Hindu name, usually meaning Nelumbo nucifera, the lotus. Variants include Kamal and Kamla. It is unrelated to the similar sounding name of Arabic origin meaning perfection or integrity usually spelled Kamal in English but spelled Kemal in Turkish, which appears as the middle name of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, first president of modern Turkey.