Botanical Name : Cycas Circinalis Linn Cycas
Tamil Name : மதனகாமப்பூ / Madhanakama Poo
English Name : Queen Sago
Malayalam Name : കല്ലങ്കം / Kallangam
Telugu Name : రానా గువ్వా, పేర ఇట, మదన కామాక్షి / Rana Guvva, Per ita, Madana Kamakshi
Hindi Name : साबूदाना, साबूदाना, जंगली मदनमस्त का फूल / Saaboodaanaa, Sabudana, Jangli Madanmust Ka Phul
This lush green plant, called Queen Sago in English, belongs to the botanical family of Cycas Circinalis Linn Cycas and is 12 meters high, 20 to 50 cm in diameter. Its stems are thick and large, and it has stiff, and evergreen leaves. Each of these leaves is about 1.5 m to 2.5 m long, with its flowers in clusters at the top of the plant trunk.
In addition, leaflets 20 cm to 30 cm long, with a soft and shining falcate about 1 cm wide, are between 45 and 90 cm on each side of the plant. The terminals of the male cones in the plant are elliptical or ovoid-shaped. The leaves are 30 cm long and with dense fur. Fruit 3 to 5 cm long, smooth, and ovate.
Health Benefits of Queen Sago Powder
- Men often use it because it controls erectile dysfunction in men and is of great interest in sexual activity.
- Queen Sago powder is widely used to treat headaches, migraines, dizziness, vomiting, sore throat, and tooth disorders.
- It has also been used medicinally for a long time to heal wounds, swelling, flatulence, and tumors.
How to Consume Queen Sago Powder Internally
Mix about 5 g of Queen Sago Powder in about 100 ml of water and boil it for a few minutes. Once the water is heated, the contents should be filtered and taken separately. Drink this water before breakfast and after dinner.
How to Consume Queen Sago Powder Externally
The bark and seeds of Queen Sago tree should be grind with oil and once the mixture has reached a paste consistency, it should be applied to the sores and swelling. If you follow this procedure, the sores will heal in a few days.
There are no side effects in using this product, and you can consider the medical advice for the usage of this product during pregnancy.
Harvesting & Manufacturing Methods
All herbs are 100% naturally harvested, dried, and pulverized without the chemical interactions that assure the natural herb powders.