Botanical Name: Ficus racemosa
Tamil Name: அத்தி பட்டை – Aththi Pattai
Malayalam Name: അത്തിമരം പുറംതൊലി – attimaraṁ puṟanteāli
Hindi Name: अंजीर के पेड़ की छाल – anjeer ke ped kee chhaal
Telugu Name: అత్తి చెట్టు బెరడు – Atti ceṭṭu beraḍu
About Fig Tree Bark:
Ficus Carica is a flowering plant species from the Asian region from the Common fig-mulberry family. It is been cultivated from ancient times from its native middle east and western Asia.
Now, it is well-known species all around the world for its fruit and ornamental plant. These species have become established in locations of Asia and North America.
This Fig Tree is available throughout India. In English it is known as Cluster fig. Gular tree leaves, fruits and bark are used to treat various diseases.
Are Figs good for you?
Figs are an excellent option as they are rich in fiber and many other essential minerals such as magnesium, manganese, calcium, copper, potassium, and vitamins K and B6. It has the same amount of healthy facts as an egg. It is rich in powerful antioxidants. Figs can be used as a medicine for treating various diseases also it’s a traditional component. They are used dried, in the paste form, or grounded to counter various diseases and problems.
Medicinal Uses of Gular Tree
Check out some of the medicinal applications of cluster fig to cure various diseases.
Mouth ulcers and other mouth infections
Cook 10 gm of the gular tree in 400 ml water for few minutes. Add alum and then filter it. Keep using this water to clean the month often.
Grind a bark of the gular tree on stone with some water until you get a paste-like texture. Use it on the affected area.
Use gular bark paste and apply it to the affected area.
Pimples and freckles
Make a paste of the inner side of gular bark and apply it on pimples, acne, and freckles.