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Terminalia arjuna Bedd

English Name :- Terminalia arjuna Bedd

Botanical Name :- Terminalia arjuna Bedd

Family :- COMBRETACEAE

Parts - Used:- Bark, Leaves and Fruits

Habit :- A large tree with white bark. Leaves opposite or alternate and coriaeous. Flowers in axillary spikes; fruits winged.

Taste :- Astringent.

Chemical Constituents :- Bark contains- Beta- sitosterol, Arjunic acid, Friedlene, Glucoside (Arjunetic.) Tannins, Sugars, Sodium, Magnesium, Aluminium, Calciumcarbonate.

USAGES

Heart and Liver disease, Significantly effective on Cardiovascular system, Styptic, tuberculosis, Cough, Dyscrasia, polyuria, Fever, Ulcer.

  • It is the known best herbal tonic for heart. It provides strength to cardiac muscles and prevents incidents of heart attacks.
  • It regulates cholesterol and blood pressure and removes tensions.
  • It has a tonic and diuretic effect that benefits cirrhosis of the liver.
  • It is used as a wound healer and can be applied locally on burnt areas.
  • It checks the blood loss during injuries.
  • Being Anti-Oxidant it helps in stopping early ageing and maintaining youth.
  • It is very effective in tubercular cough and healing the ruptured arteries of lungs.
  • It maintains normal urine flow and helps in suppressing painful micturation.
  • It’s bark contains a lot of calcium and cures bones’ fracture speedily.
  • Arjuna bark powder is rich in saponnins, natural anti-oxidants (flavonoids) gallic acid, ellagic acid, oligomeric proanthocyanidins, hytosterols, and minerals including calcium, magnesium, zinc, and copper.
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Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs provided on the site is for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. Every attempt has been made for accuracy but none is guaranteed. Many traditional uses and properties of this herb have not been validated by the FDA. If you have any serious health concern you should consult with your health care practitioner before self administering this herb.