Uses. Ficus religiosa is used in traditional medicine for about 50 types of disorders including asthma, diabetes, diarrhea, epilepsy. ABSTRACT: In traditional medicine, medicinal plants have been used for the treatment of various diseases. Ficus religiosa is known to be a. Acharya Bal Krishan has given the following medicinal tips for the use of Peepal: 1. For bleeding diarrhoea: Take soft stems of peepal.
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Journal of Medicinal Plants Research ; 5 9: Administration of extract remarkably ameliorated both cellular and religiosz antibody response. The stem bark of F. The face became yellowish, breathing difficult.
Retrieved July 3, Turkish Journal of Biology ; Planta Indica ; 2 3: Donate today so we can help even more! Ficus religiosa is used in traditional medicine for about 50 types of disorders including ficuw, diabetes, diarrhea, epilepsy, gastric problems, inflammatory disorders, infectious and sexual disorders.
Phytopharmacology of Ficus religiosa
Menorrhagia, bright red blood, bearing-down pains in lower abdomen. A new in vitro screening technique for anthelmintic activity using Ascaridia galli as a test parasite. Religiosa Peepal tree is well known to be useful in diabetes.
They prefer full sunlight ficud can grow in most soil typesthough loam is the best. They are considered as herbs. The stem is pale yellow by which several roots are fused. You T, Nicklas BJ. Such a high score predicts it will become a major pest in suitable climate zones.
The vasculature comprises a single main vein the midribsecondaries, tertiaries, quaternaries, and intermediaries. Medicinal plants are the local heritage with the global importance.
Retrieved from ” https: The results suggested potential traditional use of F. Dietary fiber content of food namely peepalbanti F. In Philippines, it was introduced at an early date and now has become widespread throughout the country.
The leaves are shiny, thin, and bear 5—7 veins. The Indian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy ; Aeruginosa multi drug resistant has been remarkably inhibited by the plant extract The young leaves are pink in color, changes to copper and finally to green at maturity. The Ficus religiosa tree is considered sacred by the followers of HinduismJainism and Buddhism. Comparative study on the antimicrobial activities of three Rleigiosa medicinal plants. Indian J Exp Biol.
In traditional medicine, medicinal plants have been used for the treatment of various diseases. Image for representative purpose.
Ficus religiosa – Useful Tropical Plants
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International Journal of Pharm Tech Research ; 1: In the Middle Eastit is preferably planted as an avenue or road verge tree. It will soothe the stomach pain. Retrieved 29 January At some of its native habitatsit has been reportedly found living for over 3, years.
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Then inclination to cough, causing him to spit blood. Anti-amnesic effect of Ficus religiosa in scopolamine induced anterograde and retrograde amnesia.
The red-brown colour of new leaves Photograph by: It is likely that extract has a neuroprotective effect against inflammation by inflammatory mediators such as nitric oxide and cytokines.