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Blinding Tree Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Blinding Tree
Glycemic Index / Load
Blinding Tree
Botanical Name
Excoecaria Agallocha
Hindi Name

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Blinding Tree Cures


Action of Blinding Tree

Highly Effective

Nutrients in Blinding Tree

Blinding Tree
Combines With

Parts Used

Latex, Leaves, Roots, Bark

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Blinding Tree

Use Latex carefully. It may cause temporary blindness or skin irritation.
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Excoecaria Agallocha is a tree.
It is evergreen.
It grows in tropical and subtropical climates.
It grows up to 15 M.


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Materia Medica for Blinding Tree

Blinding Tree General

Blinding Tree is popularly known as Gingiva. The white extract when comes in contact with the Eyes, causes temporary blindness, hence the name Blinding Tree. Despite its poisonous nature, it has been effective for many Illness. Whole plant is utilized for medicinal purposes.
A decoction prepared from Blinding Tree is a good herbal remedy for Epilepsy.
A paste prepared from its root is effective for Toothache.
Its infusion is effective for treating Ulcers and Leprosy.
Its bark is useful for alleviating problem of Flatulence.
Blinding Tree is potent for curbing Diabetes.
It is effective for curing Arthritis.
It is an Antidote for fish poison.
Caution : Consult a Doctor before consuming it.
Keywords : Epilepsy, Toothache, Ulcers, Leprosy, Flatulence, Diabetes, Arthritis.
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