All parts of the plant are used for medicinal purpose for both external as well as internal purpose.Clitoria plant or as we know it as Aparajita is an herbaceous, climbing twiner that grows perched on to other plants. It has bright green leaves and bright, blue, lilac or sometimes white coloured flowers.It’s a very useful herb explained in scriptures of Ayurveda, Aparajita is a very beautiful herbaceous plant with many medicinal uses. Clitoria Ternatea Ethnic Aparajita Butterfly Pea Sanghupushpam or Blue Clitoria Flower Seeds Clitoria Ternatea is often grown as an ornamental cum medicinal plant. They require little care for grows and the plant is an outstanding medicinal herb as per Ayurveda and can grow throughout India. The vine is often grown in various gardens and is often found growing in hedges. The white flower verities are medicinally more effective than the blue and other colour variants. The botanical name of the herb is Clitoria Ternatea and belongs to the family Fabaceae or PAPILIONACEAE. The common names of the herb include Butterfly Bean, Clitoria, Aparajita, Butterfly Pea, Conch flower, Gokarni, Girikarnika, Koyal, Dintena, Sangupushpam etc. Ayurveda depicts tremendous medicinal value for this all parts of this precious plant.