bulu herbal

Bulu

Scientific name: Terminalia bellirica
Family name: COMBRETACEAE
English name: Baheda
Local name: Bulu
Sanskrit name: Vibhitaka
Conservation status: LC (NCS)-2012
Description: Deciduous trees, to 35 m tall; bark gray, longitudinally ridged; Branchlets with conspicuous , spirally ascending leaf scars . Leaves spiraled, crowded into pseudo-whorls at apices of branchlets; petiole 3-9 cm, glabrous but ferruginous tomentose when young, especially at base, with 2 glands above middle ; leaf blade 18-26 × 6-12 cm, glabrous except ferruginous tomentose when young. Inflorescences axillary , simple spikes, 5-18 cm long, often grouped at branchlet apex and forming a panicle; axis densely ferruginous tomatoes. Calyx tube distally shallowly copular, 4-5 mm long. Fruit shortly stipitate, subglobose to broadly ellipsoid or ovoid , weakly to strongly 5-ridged, 2-3 × 1.8-2.5 cm, densely and finely velutinous or sericeous ; stipe about 2 mm long.
Status: Native
Edible parts: None
Ayurvedic Treatments- Excessive thirst
Swellings
Vomiting
Urinary calculi
Skin diseases
Coughs
Asthma
Insomnia
Nervous system diseases
Impotence
Fevers
Eye diseases
Dropsy
Piles
Diarrhea
Rheumatism
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PARTS USED IN TREATMENT:

Fruits (Outer Cover)
Seeds
Bark
Oil

RELATED MEDICINAL PROPERTIES:

Stimulate hair growth
Mild diuretic
Purgative

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