Sembal Musli | Simbal Musli | Simal | Bombax malabaricum DC.
Bengali Name : Roktosimul, Shimul, Simul, Mochras | English Name : Silk Cotton Tree, Red Kapok Tree, Simal Tree | Bombax malabaricum DC | French Name : Arbre En soie De Coton, Fromager | Gujarati Name : Shemlo, Shemlano Gund (Gum) | Hindi Name : ... Read More
Sembal Musli | Simbal Musli | Simal | Bombax malabaricum DC. - 500 Gram
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Sembal Musli | Simbal Musli | Simal | Bombax malabaricum DC. - 1 Kg
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The root possesses tannins and non-tannins. It is aphrodisiac, demulcent, diuretic (slight), emetic, stimulant and tonic.
Useful in sexual and seminal debility, premature ejaculation, gonorrhoea, blood impurities, dysentery and also in general debility. Externally, it is used as a styptic and also for fomenting wounds.
The gum is credited with astringent, constipative, demulcent, styptic and tonic properties and is used for dysentery, diarrhoea, bleeding piles, colitis, haemoptysis in pulmonary tuberculosis, influenza and menorrhagia. 30 patients of bleeding piles were treated with the gum (2 gm. in milk twice daily). Complete cure was observed in 70% cases, whereas a remarkable improvement was observed in 10% patients and marginal improvement in 20% cases.
Recommended Dosage : Gum: 5 to 10 g powder; Root: 5 to 10 g powder.
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