Doctors, please identify this plant... This round thing we see is not yet a fruit, rather it's an inflorescence. I found it in Konkan region

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Yes it is Kadamba mouth ulcers, diarrhea, Irritable bowel syndrome and diseases related to the urinary tract.  Tikta kashay ras Ruksh guna Katu vipak Sheeta veerya. Stambhak Shukravardhan Vranropan Raktapitta Atisar Arochak Kasa Daha

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It is kadamb... Its uses acc to ayurveda text bhavprakash, raj nighantu, Dhanvantari nighantu, and kai. Ni.... Kadamba: Neolamarckia cadamba Kadamba- Neolamarckia cadamba, is a herb mentioned in the Ayurvedic pharmacopoeia for the treatment of wounds, conjunctivitis, mouth ulcers, diarrhea, Irritable bowel syndrome and diseases related to the urinary tract. Latin Name- Neolamarckia cadamba Family- Rubiaceae Sanskrit Synonyms: Vritta pushpa- The flowers are round in shape Halipriya, Haripriya  Liked by the farmers Lalanapriya  liked by women Suvasa  good fragrance Priyaka- Looks pleasant to the eyes Sindhupushpa- Available in Sindhu pradesha Neepa, Pulaki, Kadambarya, Kutsitambha, Kadamba is an evergreen, tropical tree native to South and Southeast Asia. A fully mature kadam tree can reach up to 45 m in height. It is a large tree with a broad crown and straight cylindrical bole. Kadam flowers are sweetly fragrant, red to orange in color, occurring in dense, globular heads of approximately 5.5 cm (2.2 in) diameter. Properties: Rasa (Taste)  Tikta (Bitter), Kashaya (Astringent) Guna (Qualities)  Ruksha (Dry in nature) Veerya (Potency)  Sheeta (Cold) Vipaka  Katu (Undergoes Pungent taste after digestion) Prabava (Special action)  Vedanasthapana (Pain reliever) Karma (Actions)  Tridoshahara (Pacifies all the three dosha) Part used- Bark and Fruit Dosage- Powder of bark- 3 to 6 g Fruit juice- 10-20 ml Chemical constituents: The dried bark of the tree contains alkaloids, steroids, reducing sugars, cinchotannic acid and tanins (about 4.6%). The ether-soluble alkaloid of the bark shows anti- bacterial activity. Shishira  coolant Grahi  absorbent, useful in diarrhea, IBS Guru  heavy to digest Vrana Ropana  heals wounds Vishtambhakrut  causes constipation Shukravardhana  improves sperm and semen quantity and quality Indicated in  Raktapitta Bleeding disorders such as nasal bleeding, heavy periods, etc Atisara  diarrhoea, dysentery Arochaka  anorexia Visha  Toxic conditions, poisoning Kasa  cough, cold Daha  burning sensation, as in gastritis, neuropathy, burning sensation in eyes etc @Dr. Akshay Ingole ,@Sumayya Alansari ...

Thank you for the elucidative description, @Dr. Tarak Chudasama Sir With regards
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@Dr. Akshay Ingole Sir! कदम्ब (BURFLOWER TREE) It is the English common name Burflower tree, popularly known as Kadamba. Kadamba has its roots in the Bhagwad Gita. In North India, it is associated with Krishna, whilst in the South it is known as ‘Parvati’s Tree.’ Radha and Krishna are supposed to have conducted their love play in the hospitable and sweet- scented shade of the Kadamba tree. Medicinal Benefits: Kadamba is one of the most useful herbs mentioned in all ancient Sanskrit scriptures and Ayurvedic texts. It is bitter, pungent and astringent in taste. It is categorised as an analgesic and its fruit pulp as a purifier of seminal fluids. It is also considered as a detoxifier and anti–diarrhoeal. The leaves of the tree are very beneficial for curing Diabetes. The alkaloids prepared from the extracts of the Kadamba tree leaves, when consumed for around 4-10 months cures diabetes. External wounds and ulcers are dressed with its leaves slightly warmed to alleviate the pain, swelling, cleansing and better healing of the wounds. Again, if applied externally, the paste of its bark skin is very good for conjunctivitis.

Thank you very much, Sir fit the descriptive explanation!
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@Dr. Hemant Adhikari @Dr. Himanshu Verma @Dr. Niranjan Ram @Dr. Aniruddha Lele @Dr. M V Subramanyam @Dr. Sushant Revadekar @Dr. P. G. Shah @Dr. Subhashkumar Bharti @Dr. Tarak Chudasama and respected ALL plz help in identification and it's medicinal properties. . As per look I think it's a poisonous plant.. What's your findings?

The locals said it was something called as neev in kokani and used in making pickles or so... They said it is very sweet when ripe Also, that it is used as medicine. That's it.
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Neolamarckia cadamba/Anthocephalus cadamba. Family- Rubiaceae. Chemical constituents:- The dried bark of the tree contains alkaloids, steroids, reducing sugars, cinchotannic acid and tanins. Effective in Anemia,Aphthous Ulcers,Arthritis, Blood Disorders,Cough,Croup Cyclitis,Diabetes,Diarrhea,Dysentery,Fever Gout, Kidney Disease,Leprosy,Leucorrhoea Muscle Sprains,Ringworm, SnakeBite UlcersWounds, Kidney Failure. Action of Anthocephalus Cadamba Effective also in Anesthetic, Anthelmintic etc.

Thank you very much, Sir for your explanation
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@Dr. Akshay Ingole Sir Sumayya Alansari Ma'am, It is " Kadamba" correctly diagnosed by Dr. Ashish Tiwari Sir. It is famous drug as per mythological view related to Lord Krishna. Scientific Name - Neolamarckia cadamba. Family - Rubiaceae You can get details of this drug on Wikipedia, It is famous drug used in Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Increase Sperm Count and Sperm motility, Diarrhoea etc.

Thank you very much, Sir Your answer has been very helpful
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Its kadamba Its flower of the plant Latin name Neolamarckia cadamba Kindly refer it on net for full discription or with Sanskrit name "Kadamba" for its medicinal use in Ayurveda. Thanks for tagging me

Thank you very much for your help, Sir. With Regards
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Agree with@Sumayya Alansari .. yes.. its called as niv or neev... निव/नीव@Dr. Akshay Ingole sir

Thank you, Sir
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Sir it's kadamb tree. On these trees Krishna use to play ball on the banks of river yamuna with his friends.

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