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Tabernaemontana Divaricata Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

Repertory
General Name
Tabernaemontana Divaricata
English Name
Crape Jasmine
Botanical Name
Tabernaemontana Divaricata, Ervatamia Coronaria
Hindi Name
Chandni
Chinese Name
Gou Ya Hua

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Parts Used

Whole Plant, Root, Bark, Leaves, Sap, Flowers
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Description

Crape Jasmine is a shrub like tree.
It is evergreen.
It grows in a tropical climate.
It grows up to 2 M.
Best used for Eye Diseases.
 

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Materia Medica for Tabernaemontana Divaricata

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Crape Jasmine for Wounds

Apply milky sap of Crape Jasmine over wounds.

Crape Jasmine for Eye Diseases

Crush flowers of Crape Jasmine to obtain juice. Use it as an Eye drop.
OR : Mix leaf juice of Crape Jasmine with Coconut oil. Apply it on your forehead to get rid of pain in Eyes.

Crape Jasmine for Skin Diseases

Apply flower juice of Crape Jasmine on damaged Skin. It helps in fast healing of the Skin.

Crape Jasmine as Antihypertensive

Crape Jasmine contains Antihypertensive property. This property helps to lower down the blood pressure in an adequate way. You need to make decoction of Crape Jasmine leaves. Drink 30 ml decoction two times a day.

Crape Jasmine for Oliguria

Boil 50 g leaves in 200 ml water. Strain and cool. Drink 10 ml of it thrice a day.

Crape Jasmine as Anodyne

Cut roots of Crape Jasmine in small pieces. Chew 3 pieces per day. Do not swallow the juice. Spit it out.

Crape Jasmine for Ascaris

Grind Crape Jasmine's root to make paste. Take 3 g of it once a day.
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Queries on Tabernaemontana Divaricata
LAnn
27 Apr 2016
Can Tabernaemontana Divaricata be used for psoriasis?
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Darlyn
04 May 2016
Dear Lann Yes, this herb can be used for skin disorders like, Psoriasis, Eczema, Dermatitis, Acne, etc. you can look for the products containing this herb in your herbal store or on the internet. This herb really has shown positive results in curing the problem. However, you can go for----------- Apply Aloe Vera gel 2 times in a day on the affected areas. This will provide a soothing effect and will reduce rashes.
2. You can also apply Banana Peel. Remove the Banana Skin and rub the inner side to the affected areas. Do it for 10 days and see if it affects you
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Christopher Contreras ( United States )
13 Nov 2016
How much bark should be taken for pain?
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Sneha Lal
18 Nov 2016
Christopher. Please, Share the symptoms in detail What is the pain that you are suffering from ? Which part of your body pains ? Add the reason of pain : Injury, accident, joint dislocation, or what ?
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Christopher Contreras
28 Oct 2018
Thank you for getting back I have low back pain in L4 L5 borderline stenosis bulged disc in the T10 thoracic torn cervical disc in C5 C6 I was in a bad car accident years ago and I suffer a lot of pain I was not able to take narcotics for a long duration without things getting really bad for me so I had to quit now I'm suffering in a lot of pain please the Western medicine is no good.. please let me know how much bark that you honor how many leaves to steep in a tea I could really use some ayurvedic relief
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TheHolyCrow
03 Nov 2019
@Christopher...If you live in North America, the local Native Americans used to use a plant called WILD LETTUCE, or OPIUM LETTUCE. It has no opium or any other opioids in it, but they say it relieves pain very well. It grows all over, and you can find pics on the net, and instructions for smoking it, or making tea. You probably have it growing wild in your backyard or neighborhood somewhere. Good luck with finding some. Just dry out the leafs. BTW, I also have a messed up spine from auto accidents, and the pain never goes away. All I can do is alleviate it.
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Sreedhar ( INDIA/ANDHRA PRADESH )
20 Apr 2017
good morning sir
i'm Sreedhar
any persons are work on this plant for research orientation?
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Sreedhar ( INDIA/ANDHRA PRADESH )
20 Apr 2017
good morning sir
i'm Sredhar
any persons are work on this plan for research orientation?
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Sreedhar ( India )
23 Apr 2017
any persons used for research orientation?
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Anu (karnataka)
16 Dec 2018
sir, are you used this plnt for ur research ??
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John Delehanty ( United States )
07 May 2017
Where can you buy this product, either Grand Junction, CO or on-line?
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Sreedhar
23 Jun 2017
what is the morphology of tabernaemontana deriveta?
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Sreedhar
23 Jun 2017
what is the history of tabernaemontana deriveta?
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Krishnaveni ( India )
05 Jan 2019
Whether any side effects of leaves using for hypertension
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Rona Amundson ( 24 )
04 Aug 2019
How effective is it for back pain? Are there any interactions with this?
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Samuel
05 Aug 2019
Hey Roma, Crape jasmine is used in relieving body pains, however, it is nowhere given for back pain. I was having back pain from an injury. But I tried the herbal doses and methods. I have improved a lot. You can try the link and do as per your need: https://herbpathy.com/Herbal-Treatment-for-Low-Back-Pain-Cid2565
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J. suster ( F )
04 Nov 2019
Where can the herb be obtained in the United States? Can it be obtained through health food stores?
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Herbpathy
05 Nov 2019
Dear J. Suster Herbpathy is not into buying/selling of herbs. Herbal medicines can be obtained from Ayurvedic stores or online.
 
This advice is for educational purpose only. It is not intended to replace a doctor. Please consult your doctor before taking any herb.
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Mary L Thranow ( CA )
24 Nov 2019
I started taking a product Conolidine1 for pain relief made up of: TD extract, D-limonene, food grade ethyl alcohol, purified water, natural orange concentrate. I took the recommended dose: 1,000 mg. and could to be repeated 4-6 hrs apart. The pain relief I got was great. The second time I got the worse lower intestine pain it was almost unbearable and lasted a couple of hrs. I tried everything that worked before for similar condition to no avail. Then I remembered taking D-limonene and got just as sick. I suffer from R.A. osteoarthritis and arthritis, tinnitus, degenerated discs, digestion problems, depression, bipolar, anxiety, calcification in 4 or 5 bones due to fractures from accidents. The pain is most constant and need relief regularly hence the Conolidine 1. I have taken so many prescription drugs, NSAIDs, I don't think I can afford to take anymore. Could taking the TD give me the relief I need but without the D-limonene disaster? And what form is it taken in?
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Herbpathy Research Team
26 Nov 2019
Dear Mary, Herbpathy is completely a herbal website. Since you are already taking allopathic drugs, we are not in a position to help you with this. It is advisable to visit your doctor for prescription of drugs.
 
This advice is for educational purpose only. It is not intended to replace a doctor. Please consult your doctor before taking any herb.
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