Other Common Names: Three leaved caper, barun, baruna, borun, crataeva, varun, bonna pithagola. Habitat: Varuna is found throughout India, especially in sub-Alpine zones along streams and rivers. It prefers a wet soil with a pH of 7, with abundant sunlight. Varuna is frequently found planted near temples, where it is cultivated for its healing qualities. Plant Description: Crataeva nurvala is a medium-sized, deciduous tree which may reach a height of 50 feet. The bark is smooth and brown while the branches have white patches tinged with purple and yellow.
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Tribulus Terrestris Gokharu : Buy a tincture from a Homeopathy Shop and give him 10 drops 2 times in a day. It will take care of his Kidneys. Buy Punarnava extract Boerhavia Diffusa : give him 10 drops 2 times in a day. Tincture Varuna Crataeva Nurvala : Give him 10 drops 2 times in a day. Give him this medication for 15 days. Study the results and write us back. Other two Herbs that also have shown good results are Chicory and Drumsticks. You may read about them by visiting their respective pages in the Herb section.
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Crataeva Nurvala Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients
Folkloric - In the Philippines, leaves used for irregular menstruation. Also, considered stomachic. Root employed as alterative. Bark of fresh root used for the same purpose. Cytotoxic triterpenes were identified from the seeds of C religiosa. Phytochemical screening yielded alkaloids, carbohydrates, tannins, flavonoids, resins, proteins, oils, steroids, and terpenoids. Lupeol linolate found better compared to lupeol and indomethacin.
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