Vidanga (which also known as false black pepper) is one of the effective and potent Ayurvedic anti-parasitic herbs popularly used to treat intestinal worm infestation and to fight fat accumulation in the body. Its botanical name is Embelia Ribes and belongs to Myrsinaceae family. Vidanga is characterized by a large semi-climber hedge with apparent weak branches and as well has simple and shining leaves with greenish-white flowers. Vidanga fruits are wrinkle and globular with greyish berries which turn dark brown when they are ripe. It grows in different parts of the world such as Tropical Asia, East Africa, India, Southern China, and Indian Archipelago.