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Dear drs indentify this tree and its uses. Hint. _a very old

Dear drs indentify this tree and its uses. Hint. _a very old well known since Ramayana ages.

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Dear Dr Vasundhara Latin name: Saracaka Indica English Name: Ashoka Tree Ayurvedic Name: Ashoka Useful Parts of the Plant Flowers- Dried Stem- Dried Bark- Fresh and dried The Ashoka tree belongs to the family of legumes and is a part of the subfamily Caesalpiniaceae. The Ashoka tree is a rainforest tree. It was originally found mainly in the central part of the Deccan plateau and in the middle part of the Western Ghats in western India. The Ashoka flowers from February to April. The flowers appear in lush and heavy bunches. The color of the flowers is bright orange-yellow and they turn red before wilting. This tree has an important role in Indian cultural traditions. Nutritional Information and Properties of Ashoka Herb The Ashoka tree's dried bark contains tannins, sterol, catechol, and other organic calcium compounds. The powered bark of the tree also contains Aluminum, strontium, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphate, potassium, sodium, and silica. In order to maintain the medicinal values and physicochemical properties of the Ashoka herb, it is suggested that they be kept in air tight containers, protected from light, moisture, and contamination from microbes. Health Benefits and Therapeutic Uses of Ashoka Herb: The Ashoka tree has many health benefits and has long been used in traditional Indian medicine as a key ingredient in various therapies and cures. Let us take a look at some of the therapeutic uses of the Ashoka herb. Gynecology:One of the uses of the Ashoka herb is in the treatment of menstrual disorders associated with excessive bleeding, congestion, and pain. You can make use of the benefits of the Ashoka herb when there is dysmenorrhoea, abdominal pain, and uterine spasms. The Ashoka herb benefits the endometrium and uterine muscles and this makes it effective as a uterine tonic for irregular menstrual cycles and miscarriage. It is also effectively used in Ayurveda for clearing congestion from the Medas Dhatus and Mamsa, especially when there may be leucorrhoea, endometriosis, cysts, and fibroids from excess kapha and ama in the Artava Srotas. Thanks With regards

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polyalthia longifolia it is called as False Ashoka kushtha daru Guna Laghu , Rooksha Rasa (taste) Tikta Katu Vipaka- Katu veerya - ushna used in following diseases krumighna, mehahar, Jwarahara, kushthaghna

sorry kashthadaru spelling mistake in above answer
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Dear Dr Vasundhara Latin name: Saracaka Indica English Name: Ashoka Tree Ayurvedic Name: Ashoka Useful Parts of the Plant Flowers- Dried Stem- Dried Bark- Fresh and dried The Ashoka tree belongs to the family of legumes and is a part of the subfamily Caesalpiniaceae. The Ashoka tree is a rainforest tree. It was originally found mainly in the central part of the Deccan plateau and in the middle part of the Western Ghats in western India. The Ashoka flowers from February to April. The flowers appear in lush and heavy bunches. The color of the flowers is bright orange-yellow and they turn red before wilting. This tree has an important role in Indian cultural traditions. Nutritional Information and Properties of Ashoka Herb The Ashoka tree's dried bark contains tannins, sterol, catechol, and other organic calcium compounds. The powered bark of the tree also contains Aluminum, strontium, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphate, potassium, sodium, and silica. In order to maintain the medicinal values and physicochemical properties of the Ashoka herb, it is suggested that they be kept in air tight containers, protected from light, moisture, and contamination from microbes. Health Benefits and Therapeutic Uses of Ashoka Herb: The Ashoka tree has many health benefits and has long been used in traditional Indian medicine as a key ingredient in various therapies and cures. Let us take a look at some of the therapeutic uses of the Ashoka herb. Gynecology:One of the uses of the Ashoka herb is in the treatment of menstrual disorders associated with excessive bleeding, congestion, and pain. You can make use of the benefits of the Ashoka herb when there is dysmenorrhoea, abdominal pain, and uterine spasms. The Ashoka herb benefits the endometrium and uterine muscles and this makes it effective as a uterine tonic for irregular menstrual cycles and miscarriage. It is also effectively used in Ayurveda for clearing congestion from the Medas Dhatus and Mamsa, especially when there may be leucorrhoea, endometriosis, cysts, and fibroids from excess kapha and ama in the Artava Srotas. Thanks With regards

Sir your discription is good but dentification .......as it is kashtadaaru
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Ashoka tree The bark, leaves, flower and seeds of the tree are used after drying in powdered form mainly for analgesic and anti inflammatory purposes. It can be used during excessive bleeding during menstruation and hemorrhagic dysentery or even piles.

agreed with Dr gauri,Dr.Deepa and Dr.Ajit its false ashok .Its not that we use in gynaecological problems due to estrogen like property. Unfortunately many pharmaceutical companies are using this instead of real ashoka

U r right dr.
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Ashoka tree Bark of tree is useful as astringent, demulcent, refrigerant,styptic,febrifuge Flowers used as uterine tonic, and treatment of diabetes to lower the blood sugars Leaves are used as depurative.

It's polyalthia longifolia. False asoka. Known as Kastadaru in ayurveda. It is useful in krimi, Meha, jwara, kushta. It has kapha pitta hara properties.

Its not "sitecha - ashok", Agreed with Dr gauri n Dr deepa. It is "Kashtadaru".

Sarraca Indica. (ashok)used in obstetric in Ayurveda

Ashoka Tree Useful in All Types of Gyne Problum

j.asoka for uterine complaints

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