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Brucea Antidysenterica Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

Repertory
General Name
Brucea Antidysenterica
English Name
Brucea Antidysenterica
Botanical Name
Brucea Antidysenterica
Homeopathic Name
Brucea Antidysenterica   -   Mother Tincture

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Brucea Antidysenterica Cures

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Action of Brucea Antidysenterica

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Nutrients in Brucea Antidysenterica

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Brucea Antidysenterica

Parts Used

Root, Bark, Fruits

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Brucea Antidysenterica

Avoid use during Pregnancy, Breast Feeding.
The fruit is bitter in taste. It is toxic for the livestock.
Calcium oxalate crystals are present in the bark, leaves and roots.
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Description

Brucea Antidysenterica is a tree.
It is perennial.
It grows in a tropical climate.
It grows up to 9 M.
Best used for Dysentery.

In TCM

Ya Dan Zi : Fruit of the tree.
 

Origin

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Materia Medica for Brucea Antidysenterica

Brucea Antidysenterica General

Brucea Antidysenterica is commonly used in preparation of traditional medicines. All parts of the plant hold medicinal value.
The Antineoplastic activity of the plant makes it highly effective for Dysentery and Malaria.
The leaves and stem bark of the tree contains quanninoids and canthin alkaloids. These compounds posses Anticancer properties.
The plant bark, root and fruit possesses Anthelmintic properties. It is used to treat Dysentery, Fever.
The bark, fruit, seed, leaves and roots in boiled form are used as a remedy for Diarrhea, Indigestion and Stomachache.
The leaves and root are cooked with meat, and infused with milk for children to treat Asthma.
The leaves and twigs are mixed in ghee or butter or from ripe fruits with honey to form an ointment. It is used to treat Skin problems as Leprosy and Scrofula.
A preparation made from roots is used to treat Sores caused by Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
The leaves and seeds are used to treat Skin Tumors.
The roots of the plant are used to treat Scabies.
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