Mainphal | Emetic Nut | Jauzulaki | Catunaregam spinosa
Arabic: Jauzulaki, Ji jul kai | Assamese: Behmona, Gurol, Mona | Bengali: Karhar, Mainphal, Mayanaphala | English: Common emetic, Emetic nut, Karegida, Mountain Pomegranate | Hindi: Mainphal | Kashmiri: Madanfal | Kannada: Kaarekaayi gida, Maggaare, ... Read More
Mainphal | Emetic Nut | Jauzulaki | Catunaregam spinosa - 500 Gram
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Mainphal | Emetic Nut | Jauzulaki | Catunaregam spinosa - 100 Gram
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Mainphal | Emetic Nut | Jauzulaki | Catunaregam spinosa - 250 Gram
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Mainphal | Emetic Nut | Jauzulaki | Catunaregam spinosa - 1 Kg
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Traditional uses and benefits of Emetic Nut
- Extracts of the barks of cassia fistula and this tree is mixed with small chilies and the juice is taken to cure vomiting and diarrhea.
- Leaves are used to prepare medicine for fever.
- Roots mixed with oil are applied for relief from body pains.
- The herb possesses anti-bacterial activity and is used against various bacterial infections.
- It is used in treatment of asthma, rhinitis, and cold.
- It is very effective to reduce the inflammation and helpful in the treatment of edema, rheumatism.
- It has pain killer action. It is used in stomach pain.
- It enhances the immunity of body and offers energy to fight against various infections.
- It is one of the powerful medicines used for emesis. It is used in emesis therapy in Ayurveda. It is used in various poisonous cases.
- It is used in treatment of skin diseases, ulcers, flatulence and coeliac disease.
- It also helps to reduce the cholesterol level.
- Pasted emetic nut is very useful in treating inflammatic disorders and abscesses.
- Emetic nut is the best herb for induce vomiting and helps to relieve kaph and pitta disorders.
- Powder of emetic nut put in warm water mix honey and sendha namak and drink empty stomach.
- Emetic nut is a cough expectorant herb and beneficial for curing respiratory troubles like cold, cough and asthma.
- Emetic nut is a blood purifier and useful in skin diseases.
- Fruit is beneficial useful in menstrual problems like amenorrhea and dysmenorrhea and others.
- The fruit is useful in cases of acute bronchitis and asthma.
- The fruit is applied externally in fever.
- Bark is used internally and externally as an anodyne in the treatment of rheumatism and to relieve the pain of bruises and bone aches during fevers.
- In Indo-China, powdered and roasted fruits (without seeds) are used externally to treat ulcers.
- Bark is used internally against diarrhea and dysentery and to regulate menses.
- Plant is used there in traditional medicine to treat bronchitis, asthma, leucoderma and diseases of the brain, and the fruit pulp for poulticing sores.
- Infusion is administered orally as an emetic and to relieve fever, nausea, general coughs, toothache, and pains during pregnancy, dizziness, menorrhagia, depressed fontanelle, snakebites and gonorrhea.
- Fruit is used in calico-printing, and in dyeing as a color intensifier.
- Bark is used as a dye.
- Fruits are used by Hindus at the time of marriage ceremonies.
- In Indo-China, it is often planted in fences.
- Wood is commonly used in India as fuel wood.
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