Kantakari, Kateri, and Bhatkataiya are other names for it. In Hindi, it is known by a variety of names, including Chhoti Katai, Bhatkaiya, Rangani, Rigoni, Katali, and Katayali. This is a ground-dwelling, prickly plant. Many consider kateri to be a wild plant because it is frequently seen in large quantities in shrubs and woodlands. White Kateri (Solanum lasiocarpum Dunal), Bada Kateri (Solanum Bangui Lam), and Chota Kateri (Solanum virginiannumLinn) are the three species of the kateri plant, and they are all used as medicinal herbs to treat a variety of ailments, including migraine, kidney and bladder stones, liver enlargement, to name a few. This essay focuses exclusively on the extraordinary health advantages of the kateri herb.

One of the dasamula (ten root) in the Ayurveda is the Kateri Seed (Solanum Xantho-carpum). It is a widely distributed, extremely spiky plant that can grow to 1.2 m in height. Berry juice is used to treat sore throats. In the treatment of asthma, coughing, and chest pain, roots and seeds are used as expectorants. Since they are bitter and carminative, stem blossoms and fruits are often given to treat burning feet. To treat localised pain, leaves are applied.

Traditional healers frequently treat a variety of ailments with the medicinal Kateri Seeds. Kantakari Beej (Solanum xanthocarpum Schrad. & Wendl.) of the family Solanaceae is one of the dasamoola and extensively used medication in Ayurveda. Several Solanum xanthocarpum plant parts, including the leaves, stem, flower, root, seeds, and plant itself, are employed in traditional medical systems. The medication has cytotoxic, hypotensive, anti-inflammatory, antitumor, anti-tussive, antipyretic, antispasmodic, and anti-histaminic properties. Worldwide attention on plant research has expanded, and a wealth of data has been gathered to demonstrate the enormous potential of the medication kantakari, which is utilised in Ayurveda systems of medicine to treat a variety of respiratory problems.

Due to its ability to balance vata, applying a paste of Kantakari powder and water to joints helps to alleviate joint discomfort. Applying Kantakari juice to your scalp while mixing equal parts water could stop hair loss and encourage hair growth.

Benefits of Kateri
Strong herb kateri is commonly utilised in Ayurvedic therapy. It has been proven beneficial in treating a number of serious ailments organically, in addition to seasonal common colds and coughs.

Other Names: 

Kantkari Beej, Huang guo qie, Yellow-berried Nightshade, Indian Solanum, Aubergine de Siam à fruits panachés, Thai-Aubergine, Bethiringani, Bhauringani, Kateli, Katai Choti, Choti Kateri, Kandiari, Bhatkatai, Nelagulla, Kiragulla, Solanum xanthocarpumSchrad, Bhauringani, Kataringani, Katai Khurd, Kandiari, Barumb, Kantakari, kantkari, Nidigadhika, Kateri,Katai, Bhat Kataiya, Kanthakari, Milk Thistle, Ringani, Kanteli, Thorny Night Shade, Wild Eggplant, Yellow Berried Nightshade, Febrifuge, Kanteri