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Rukam Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Glycemic Index / Load
Botanical Name
Flacourtia Rukam
Chinese Name
Luo Geng Mei, Luo Geng Guo, Shui Zhuang, Niu Ya Guo

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Rukam Cures


Action of Rukam


Nutrients in Rukam

Parts Used

Roots, Leaves, Fruit
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Flacourtia Rukam is a tree.
It is associated to the Flacourtiaceae family.
It is evergreen.
It grows in a tropical climate.
It grows up to 20 M.


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Materia Medica for Rukam

Rukam General

Every part of Rukam is of great medicinal value. The ripe fruit and leaves can be eaten raw for health benefits.
The astringent properties of Rukam help in treating Diarrhea and Dysentery.
The root decoction is beneficial for providing energy to the women after childbirth.
Rukam juice is effective for Eyes. It helps in treating inflamed Eyes and Conjunctivitis. Juice is poured by crushing the leaves and then applied to the eyelids.
The juice is also beneficial in treating Ulcers.
The leaf extract is effective in curing Asthma and Fever.
The antioxidant properties of Rukam delay the signs of aging. It reduces the oxidative stress that my cause Degenerative diseases.
The dried leaf powder is used to repair Cuts and Wounds.
Rukam combats the enlargement of Spleen.
Rukam fruit is a good herbal cure for Jaundice.
It increases the count of red blood cells in the body and cures Anemia.
Caution : Avoid excessive consumption.
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