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Tuesday, 17 August 2021

A gorgeous plant that grows hair on the bald spot – our health





We see some plants every day. But we do not know about their medicinal properties or think of them as mad plants. One of the plants is wild castor oil.

The leaves of this plant are maroon and shiny. This tree is similar to the castor tree in appearance. It has yellow triangular nuts. According to Ayurveda, this tree is used in the treatment of many diseases.

The bark of this tree is used to treat malaria and to reduce inflammation in the body.

Its paste can be applied externally for burns, itching, eczema or ringworm.

Bark paste is applied to the gums to cure gingivitis and inflammation.

In Nepal, thin bristles are used as toothbrushes to treat toothache, and bleeding and swollen gums. Or if the glue from these is applied to the teeth and rinsed in the mouth with hot water after a while

The leaves can be used to treat a variety of conditions such as coughs, epilepsy, jaundice, fevers, rheumatic pains, guinea pig sores, wounds and cuts, sores.

The seeds can be used as a cleanser, but only in small doses.

The oil obtained from the seeds is used in combination with coconut oil to treat skin diseases and rheumatic pains.

It also stimulates hair growth.

Root bark is used for sores, diarrhea and jaundice.

In latex these plants have antibiotic properties against Candida albicans, Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pyogenes.

It also has clotting effects on blood plasma.

The methanol extract of the leaves provided moderate protection to cultured human lympho-blastoid cells against the cytopathic effects of the human immunodeficiency virus.

The bark juice is used in the treatment of malaria fevers, and is also useful in reducing inflammation caused by inflammation.

Fresh bark can be cut into small pieces, chewed or left in the mouth for 1-2 hours to treat peoria.

Leaf infusion is used as a diuretic, bath, to treat cough and as an enema in the treatment of epilepsy and fits.

For aphid infestation, the pulp extracted from these nuts should be crushed and applied to the problem area. Shampoo should not be used. Frequent use of this will reduce the problem of lice.

The leaves are also used to treat jaundice, fevers, rheumatic pains, guinea worms and fetal development in pregnant women.

In Ghana, burnt leaf ash is injected into the feces to treat hemorrhoids.

The leaves or gum is applied directly to wounds and cuts as a stiptic and astringent to clean teeth, gums and to treat sores on the tongue and mouth.


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