Arjuna/Terminalia arjuna, Combretaceae & it’s Diffrent Names

Vernacular names

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  1. Menorrhagia: 10 grams of
    Ashoka bark is boiled in 200ml of
    water till it reduced nto ¼ th . This
    filtered decoction is administered
    orally twice daily before food. If
    required, a teaspoon of honey
    or jaggery can be added to this.
    It subsides excessive bleeding
    during menses.
  2. Irregular periods: Equal quantity
    of Ashoka, Yashtimadhu, Lajjalu
    powders are taken. 10gms of
    this mixure boiled in 200ml of
    water till it reduced to ¼ th . This
    filtered decoction consumed 3-5
    days prior to the date of periods
    and continued till 10 days after
    periods twice daily.
  3. Wound: Ashoka bark decoction is
    prepared and used for washing
    Saraca indica, Fabaceae
    Vernacular names
    the wounds and non healing
  4. Mouth ulcers: One fistfull of
    Ashoka flowers and half fist of
    coconut pulp are taken and
    churned well in mixer grinder.
    To this, as per taste, salt, black
    pepper, curry leaves and coriander
    can be added. This recipe is very
    useful in treating gastritis, mouth
    ulcers, GERD.
  5. Leucorrhoea: Equal quantity of
    Ashoka bark, Amalaki fruit and
    Nagakesar powders are mixed
    well. 1-2 gram of this powder is
    mixed with a cup of rice washed
    with water or sweet buttermilk
    and administered twice daily.
    This pacifies leucorrhea very

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