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Indian Laburnum or Amaltas
Latin Names: Cassia Fistula
English Name: Indian Laburnum
Sanskrit / Indian Name: Aragvadha, Amaltas
Cure for: The seeds are recognized as antibilious, aperitif, carminative, and laxative while the root is used for curing adenopathy, burning sensations, leprosy, skin diseases, syphilis, and tubercular glands. The leaves of the tree is used for erysipelas, malaria, rheumatism, and ulcers, the buds are used for biliousness, constipation, fever, leprosy, and skin disease and the fruit for abdominal pain, constipation, fever, heart disease, and leprosy.
Also, it is used in the treatment of varicose veins. It helps in shrinking engorged veins and has a powerful anti-inflammatory effect.
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