What is Holarrhena herb?
Kutaja (Holarrhena antidysenterica) is a glabrous tree or large shrub that is found throughout the deciduous forest areas of India at low elevations. The leaves of this plant are 10-cm long and 4 to 10 cm broad opposite, oval and which are arranged in reverse directions and feel membranous.
What is the scientific name of Kurchi?
Holarrhena pubescensHolarrhena pubescens / Scientific name
How do you pronounce Holarrhena Antidysenterica?
Holarrhena antidysenterica Pronunciation. Ho·l·ar·rhena an·tidysen·ter·i·ca.
How can diabetics use Indrajav?
The traditional use of Indrayava for curing diabetes is reported as taking 10 gm of Indrayava soaked overnight in 80 ml water and then drinking the remaining liquid . There is no potent marketed product for severe hyperglycaemia .
What is Kutaj called in English?
Kutaj is also known as Sakra and is used for therapeutic benefits. All parts of this plant (bark, leaves, seeds, flowers) are used. Kutaj has most prominent benefit in managing diarrhea and dysentery due to its antimicrobial activity. It is also useful for managing bleeding piles due to its astringent property.
How do you take Avipattikar Churna?
What are the benefits of Avipattikara Churna for Constipation?
- Take 2-3 grams of Avipattikara Churna twice daily.
- Swallow with lukewarm water.
- Repeat twice daily and once the symptoms subside, you can take once daily.
What is the type of bark of Kurchi?
Kurchi bark consist of dried stem bark of Halarrhena antidysenterica(H. pubescens). It also known as Halorrhenna. The bark of kurchi is collected from the tree by making suitable transverse or longitudinal incision.
What is Indrajav English?
English Name – Kurchi, Conessi tree, conessi bark.
What is paneer flower?
Paneer ke phool is also known as Indian rennet or paneer doda. A plant native to India, paneer ke phool is believed to have medicinal properties for diabetics. It belongs to the Solanaceae plant family. Paneer ke phool as the name suggests is a flower that is used to prepare medicines in Ayurveda.
What is the scientific name of giloy?
Tinospora cordifoliaHeart-leaved moonseed / Scientific name
17.3. 15 Tinospora cordifolia (Distribution: Indian Subcontinent, China; Family: Menispermaceae; Common Names: Guduchi, Moonseed, Giloy)
What are the benefits of Avipattikar?
Avipattikar is often used to treat imbalances in the dosha known as pitta and, in turn, promote healing from the following health conditions:
- GERD (acid reflux)