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Erythrina Variegata Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Erythrina Variegata
Glycemic Index / Load
Indian Coral Tree
Botanical Name
Erythrina Variegata
Hindi Name
Dadap, Pangara
Chinese Name
Hai Tong Pi

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Erythrina Variegata Cures


Action of Erythrina Variegata

Nutrients in Erythrina Variegata

Erythrina Variegata
Combines With

Taste of
Erythrina Variegata

Nature of
Erythrina Variegata


Parts Used

Dried Stem Bark, Leaves
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Erythrina Variegata is a thorny tree.
It is deciduous.
It grows in a tropical climate.
It grows up to 20 M.
Best use for Skin Problems.

In TCM :
Erythrina Variegata Bark : Hai Tong Pi
Meridians associated : Spleen, Liver and Kidney.


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Materia Medica for Erythrina Variegata

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Soence Konnayil ( Kerala / India )
22 Feb 2019
Which are the plants best to grow near by Open vells and For Post Strok Pain due to CVA Stroke ?
Girish Kumar M ( India/Kerala )
26 Sep 2020
Erythrina variegata bark is boiled in water & used for edema in feet (fluid filled feet) or other parts of body as a conventional medicine along my family. But there is no where it is mentioned in web, when I searched for it.
So I want to confirm if it really cures edema or simply a misguided usage. Thanks in advance.

Girish Kumar
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