Base Elements

Biogeographic Zone

This species is globally distributed in India, Nepal and Bhutan. Within India, it is found extensively in parts of North, East and Central India. It is planted in other parts of the country.nnBIBLIOGRAPHY-GENERALnAnonymous, Distribution of Medicinal Plan

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Sub Himalayan Tract
Champaran
East Coast
Garo hills
Himalayas
Kameng
Khasi hills
Kumaon
Northern Himalaya
Chota nagpur

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References


Kaiyadev Nighantu
Bhavaprakasha Nighantu
Sushruta Samhita


Oshadhivarga
Vatadivarga
Chikitsasthana

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Medicinal Parts


Flower
Gum
Heartwood

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Medicinal Action


Astringent
Kaphashamaka/Kaphavatashakamaka
Wound healing

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Soil


gravelly soil

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Miscellaneous


Korba
Mahadeo hills
Borai
Rengakhar
Sitanadi
Jaldapara
Kangra valley
Chinagora
Donubayi
Kalimpong
North khari
Rahbhatkhawa
Khandala
Lonavala
Pune
purandar
Bannerghatta
Siddapur

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Description

General/Morphology/LifeForm

Deciduous trees, up to 50 m tall, with spreading crown. Branchlets buff tomentose. Bark reddish-brown or grey, smooth or longitudinally fissured. Leaves simple, alternate, ovate-oblong, rounded or cordate at base, glabrous and shining, tender leaves reddi

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Habitat Location Distribution

Habit & Habitat

Tree

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Hill slopes
Cultivated fields
Forests
Sal forests
dry deciduous forest
terai region
dense tropical primary forests

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Uses Management

Uses


Blood disorders
Burns
Colic/Pain
Diseases of ear
Leprous spot
Abscess
Bradhna
Deafness
Diseases of Buccal cavity
Excessive sweating
Goitre
Gonorrhoea
Ulcer
Urinary disorders
Vaginal disorder
Worms

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