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Marking Nut Tree Bark ( Ekanayakam / Ponkoranti ) – 100 g
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Tamil Name – ஏகநாயகம் – Ekanayakam
Marking Nut Tree Bark is a good home remedy for loss of appetite and other digestive disorders such as constipation, abdominal distension, piles, and other types of intestinal worms, especially hookworm.
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Botanical Name : Salacia Reticulata
Tamil Name : ஏகநாயகம், சாப்டறங்கி, பொன்கொரண்டி / Ekanayakam, Saptrangi, Ponkoranti
English Name : Marking Nut Tree Bark
Hindi Name : बाला , खास / Bala, Khas
Malayalam Name : ഏകനായകം , പൊൻകൊരണ്ടി / Ekanayakam, Ponkoranti
Telugu Name : అనుకుడు సెట్టు / Anukudu cettu
Saptarangi is a tree-like shrub native to Sri Lanka and India, belonging to the botanical family of Salacia Reticulata, also known as Ekanayakam, Ponkoranti, or Salacia oblonga. These shrubs, which grow mostly in the rainforest, produce yellowish-green flowers and pinkish fruits. Components of this plant include glycosidase inhibitors, active ingredients, Kotalanol 9. Alpha-glucosidase inhibitors, Salacinol, enzymes needed to digest carbohydrates, and various other inhibitors and saccharides.
- The Marking nut bark can be used for healing sores, flawless digestion, easy respiratory functions, reduce hemorrhoids, bloating, and fever.
- The fruit of marking nut can be crushed and mixed with lime juice and then apply over the wounds.
- The paste of this bark can be used to treat rashes, itches, and cracks on the heels and soles of the feet.
- Crushed fruit can be applied to the joints for relieving inflammation.
- The fruit is also used to make medicines for motor paralysis and joint inflammation.
- The Marking nut fruit oil can be used for treating rheumatism, asthma, neuralgia, dyspepsia, epilepsy, psoriasis.
- The resin of this species is used for leprosy, nervous debility, and skin disorders
- Paste or juice of the fruit is used in the treatment of bronchitis, dysentery, fever, asthma, and hemorrhoids.
Health Benefits of Marking Nut Tree Bark
Marking Nut bark is an excellent appetizer, digestant, liver stimulant so it works effectively for treating various gastrointestinal disorders. It is a good home remedy for loss of appetite and other digestive disorders such as constipation, abdominal distension, piles, and other types of intestinal worms, especially hookworm. It helps in improving blood circulation and assists to reduce pain in veins, reduces the accumulation of blood cells.
The Marking Nut extract treats effectively human breast cancer cells. Kalpaamruthaa, which consists of Bubba nut milk extract, dried powder of Phyllanthus Emblica fruit, and honey is considered to be an effective and promising chemotherapy agent. Another research stated that Marking Nut can help in removing the leukemic cells from the internal organs and bone marrow.
Prevents Premature Graying of Hair
Marking Nut is highly recommended in the form of linctus to prevent the early graying of hair. Just take one teaspoon of this medication twice a day with a cup of warm milk to get a better result.
Leucoderma is a problematic skin disease which caused white patches on the skin that results in pigmentation loss. In some cases, these patches can be shown red in color and cause severe itching. Marking Nut is an effective remedy for the treatment of this skin condition. Most of the professionals recommend taking one teaspoonful of this medication twice a day to cure leucoderma.
There are no side effects in using this product, and you can consider the medical advice for the usage of this product during pregnancy.
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All herbs are 100% naturally harvested, dried, and pulverized without the chemical interactions that assure the natural herb powders.