Coscinium Fenestratum is a critically endangered medicinal plant. The plant became very important in recent years due to its rarity and huge medicinal demand. It is commonly found in the semi-evergreen dense forests of Western Ghats of India and Sri Lanka.
Coscinium Fenestratum Root is considered to be a bitter tonic, used in dressing wounds, treating ulcers and as stomachic and antiseptic. The stem of the plant has anti-oxidants, anti-microbial, anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory properties.
Boiling stem and bathing with the water relieves body pain.
Coscinium Fenestratum has significant microbiological activity against bacteria, fungi, yeast, viruses, and worms.