Gajga | Fever Nut | Karanjwa | Pongamia glabra Vent.
Bengali Name : Nata Karanja, Dahara Karanja | English Name : Indian Beech, Karum Tree | German Name : Karanja-Baum | Gujarati Name : Kanajo, Karanji, Kanjka, Kakach | Hindi Name : Karanj, Kanj, Kanja, Karanjwa | Kannada Name : Honge Beru, Hulagilu, ... Read More
Gajga | Fever Nut | Karanjwa | Pongamia glabra Vent. - 100 Gram
140 80 43 % OFF
Gajga | Fever Nut | Karanjwa | Pongamia glabra Vent. - 250 Gram
350 200 43 % OFF
Gajga | Fever Nut | Karanjwa | Pongamia glabra Vent. - 500 Gram
700 400 43 % OFF
Gajga | Fever Nut | Karanjwa | Pongamia glabra Vent. - 1 Kg
1400 800 43 % OFF
Seeds are used for skin ailments and are valued as antiseptic, astringent, bitter, blood purifier, febrifuge, pungent and tonic. They are useful in bronchitis and whooping cough.
The fruit and seed are also useful in piles, urinary discharges, and diseases of the brain, eye and head. They also are useful for chest complaints, chronic fevers, earache, hydrocele, and lumbago. They are considered a good substitute for quinine. “It is a good antipyretic and I have used it in entric fevers successfully”. (Dr Younis Munshi, Srinagar)
The oil is popular in Ayurvedic medicine for the treatment of biliousness, eye ailments, leucoderma, worms, wounds, sores, scabies, eczema, itches, herpes viral infection, eczema, ulcers, and other skin diseases. It is said to promote wound healing and is traditionally applied as an efficacious remedy for rheumatic joints, scurvy diseases of the scalp, and psoriasis. The oil, like Neem oil, has been widely tested for its insecticidal, nematicidal, antiseptic, bactericidal, and cleansing properties.
Recommended Dosage : Seeds :- 1 to 2 g powder of dried seeds; Oil : For external application only.
The information is for educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.