Majuphal | Oak Galls | Mazu | Quercus infectoria Oliv.
Arabic Name : Afas, Qashaf, Bahash | Bengali Name : Majoophal, Majuphal | English Name : Oak Galls | German Name : Gallapfeleiche, Galleiche | Hindi Name : Majuphal, Muphal | Kannada Name : Machikaai, Mapalakam | Latin name : Quercus infectoria ... Read More
Majuphal | Oak Galls | Mazu | Quercus infectoria Oliv. - 100 Gram
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Majuphal | Oak Galls | Mazu | Quercus infectoria Oliv. - 250 Gram
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Majuphal | Oak Galls | Mazu | Quercus infectoria Oliv. - 500 Gram
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Majuphal | Oak Galls | Mazu | Quercus infectoria Oliv. - 1 Kg
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Majuphal alone or in combination with other herbs is a promising remedy for dental troubles. Powerful astringent and styptic. Useful in leucorrhoea and other vaginal discharges and in profuse menstruation. Also useful in diarrhoea, dysentery, gleet and long standing gonorrhoea. It is also used as a gargle to treat sore throats, stomatitis and tonsillitis.
Majuphal Benefits :
- Majuphal is used as a hair dye.
- Since Majuphal is an astringent and wound healing, it stops bleeding from wounds.
- Majuphal is used for gargling in pharyngitis and stomatitis.
- Majuphal’s powder is used for application in rectal prolapsed, piles and wound.
- Majuphal powder is also applied in excessive sweating.
- Majuphal powder is used in leucorrhoea as vaginal suppository.
- Majuphal is a strong stool binder; so it is useful in diarrhea, dysentery, bleeding piles, bleeding diathesis, cough, polyuria, diabetes, pyuria and leucorrhoea.
Recommended Dosage : 3 to 5 g powder of dried galls.
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