Base Elements

Biogeographic Zone

This species is indigenous in Southeast Asia; planted in other tropical parts of the world. In India, it is found throughout the warmer parts up to 1400 m altitude; commonly planted in gardens and along roadsides.nnBIBLIOGRAPHY-GENERALnAnonymous, Distribu

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Concan
Western coastal
Western ghats
All districts
Plains
Bangalore
Bombay
Central Himalayas
Champaran
East Himalayas
Khasi hills
Kumaon
Peninsular India
S. Arcot
Sub Himalayan Tract
Subansiri
Tropical Asia

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References


Aljamili Mufradat Aladwiya wal Aghaziya
Al-Qanoon
Ashtanga Hridayam
Ikhtiyarate-Badi
Kitab Al-Mansoori
Kitab-Al-Kulliyat
Bhavaprakasha Nighantu
Madanpala Nighantu
Kamile-Sana (Urdu- Tarjuma)
Raj Nighantu
Dhanvantari Nighantu
Charaka Samhita


Haritakyadivarga
Chikitsasthana
Abhayadivarga
Prabhadradivarga
Guduchyadivarga
Kalpasthana
Sutrasthana

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Medicinal Parts


Fruit pulp
Leaf
Rootbark

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Medicinal Action


Anti-inflammatory
Appetiser
Astringent
Cholagogue
Constipative
Expectorant
Kaphapittashamaka/Vatashamaka/Kaphashamaka/Tridoshashamaka
Laxative
Phlegmagogue
Purgative
Resolvent

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Miscellaneous


RBS College Garden
Khadaki
Kinhiraja
Medshi
Patur
Shahanur
Kotharia forest
Lalpura forest
Pipalkhunt
Aurapani
Begur
Kigga forests
Algat Reserve Forest
Amreshwar
Bankaldoddi Reserve Forest
Birnali Reserve Forest
Devarayanadurga
Golpalli
Gunthgola
Halbhavi Reserve Forest
Ittikaldurga State Forest
Kamplapur Road
Kushtagi-Gangavati Road
Manchaldore State Forest
Mangalore Reserve Forest
Namadachilume Forest Rest House Vicinity
Kottur reserve forests
Boneccord
Chelama
Sunnipenta
Mahaballeshwar
Akkannapet
Pocharam
Gopalaswamy hills
srisailam
Ambevani
Daityacha dongar
Daregaon
Sawarna
Trimbak
Umbarthan
Zari
Walayar dam
Mahad
Matheran
Alibagh
Murud
Ramraj forest
Budbhum
Dugli
Salewara
Taurenga
Abohar
Balsamand
Bijolia
Mount Abu
Shahabad
Punnamala
kumbhavde
amboli
ghotge
Nangartas
ramghat
Nagalur road, Shevaroys
Toda rai singh
Chandni forest
Hiwri R.F.
Khandala
Nedumkayam, Nilambur
Macherla RF
Guindy park
Rajpur
Ramgarh
Latur
Rauthu-Lakshmipuram
Dharbhagudem, Jangareddigudem foerst range
Karakapudi, Knannapuram Forest Range
Papi hill, Polavaram forest range
Sangamvagu, Jangareddigudem Forest Range.
Vadapalli, Polavaram Forest Range
Melghat
Aurangabad
Panhala
pune
Radhanagari
Amravati
Rajgad
Hunsur
Pollibetta

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Pharmacology

Bark:nThe bark possesses tonic and anti-dysenteric properties. It is also used for skin complaints. The wood is given in dysentery; the ash is reported to be employed as caustic to open abscesses. The powder or decoction of the bark is administered in l

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Description

General/Morphology/LifeForm

A deciduous, medium-sized tree, 24 x 1.8 m, with a straight bole ca 15 m. Bark grey, smooth, exfoliating in small, woody scales ca 1.5 cm thick. Leaves 20- 40 cm, rachis and petiole glandless, leaflets 4-8 pairs, distinctly stalked, 5-15 cm long, oblong o

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Habitat Location Distribution

Habit & Habitat


Gardens and Roadsides
Deciduous forest
Forests
Mixed forests
moist deciduous forest
Reserve forests
evergreen forest
Plains
Road sides
Sal forest
dry deciduous forest
Deciduous forests
Planted
Hill slopes
Hill plateau
Dry areas
Open and Dense Forest
Rock habitats
Hills
Cultivated
Hill slopes of Deciduous forests
Thorny scrub forests
Plateaus
Coastal areas
Foot hills
Drier Hilly Parts

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Tree

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Uses Management

Uses


Arthritis
Chronic inflammation
Colic
Constipation
Diphtheria
Diseases of throat
Fever
Gout
Hepatitis
Jaundice
Warm-e-Aahsha
Cardiac diseases
Dermatoses
Erysipelas
Flatulence
Intrinsic haemorrhage
Pain
Papilloma of skin
Pruritus
Urinary disorders
Abdominal distension
Dysuria
Gulma
Worms
Cough
Urustambha

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