The fruits of Indian laburnum are handy in curing flatulence, colic, dysentery, inflammations
In Ayurvedic medicine, Indian Laburnum is known as aragvadha, meaning "disease killer". The root is considered a very strong purgative, and selfmedication or any use without medical supervision is strongly advised against in Ayurvedic texts.
The fruits of Indian laburnum are handy in curing flatulence, colic, dysentery, inflammations and intermittent fever. Since its flowers have cooling, purgative and emollient properties, they are used in vitiated conditions of pitta, leprosy and skin diseases. Indian laburnum is employed as a remedy for tumors of the abdomen, glands, liver, stomach and throat. The herb proves useful for treating cancer, convulsions, delirium, diarrhea, epilepsy, and pimples.
The roots of Indian laburnum have been used in Ayurveda for treating skin diseases, alleviating burning sensations and curing syphilis.The bark is rich in tannin and thus, used in ailments like boils, leprosy, ringworm affection, colic, dyspepsia, constipation, diabetes, and cardiac problems. The bark has laxative, emetic, diuretic and depurative qualities and is useful in conditions such as boils, pustules, leprosy, ringworms, colic, dyspepsia, constipation, fever, diabetes, strangury and cardiopathy.
Indian laburnum has antioxidant, hypoglycemic, antibacterial, antiviral, laxative, mild estrogenic, antitumorous, cholesterol lowering, pain relieving and fever reducing actions.
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- Shelf-Life 3 years
- Botanical Name Cassia fistula
- Ingredients Indian Laburnum
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