Coleus forskohlii has been available for centuries as a medicinal herb in India which is also considered to be the place of its’ origin. It grows in the wild in warm subtropical temperate regions of India, Nepal, Burma, Sri Lanka and Thailand. Apparently, it has been distributed to Egypt, Arabia, Ethiopia, tropical East Africa and Brazil, as well.
In India, wild Coleus forskohlii is found mostly on the dry and barren hills. Latitudinal and altitudinal range for the occurrence of the species is between 8°- 31°N and 600-800 m respectively1.
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