Uses[edit]. Ficus religiosa is used in traditional medicine for about 50 types of disorders including asthma, diabetes, diarrhea, epilepsy. ABSTRACT: In traditional medicine, medicinal plants have been used for the treatment of various diseases. Ficus religiosa is known to be a. Acharya Bal Krishan has given the following medicinal tips for the use of Peepal: 1. For bleeding diarrhoea: Take soft stems of peepal.

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According to the science of Ayurveda, every part of the peepal tree – the leaf, bark, shoot, seeds and its fruit has several medicinal benefits, and it is being used since ancient times to cure many diseases.

Find out why you should join or renew today! Ash water of the dried bark was given for checking vomiting. Journal of Ethanopharmacology ; 2 2: Make a Donation Join Login. Chemical composition of fruits and leaves eaten by short nosed fruit bat, Cynopterus sphinx.

International Journal of PharmTech Research ; 3: Ficu Philippines, it was introduced at an early date and now has become widespread throughout the country. A Guide to Identification and Cultivation. Take the milk of the leaves of the plant and apply on the eye. Now it is very important to do more research work on this plant so that a drug with multiple and negligible side-effects will be available in the future market. It will cure eye pains. They have good pharmaceutical uses.


Usew of religisoa radicals scavenging activity of an Ayurvedic formulation, panchvankala. The number of areoles per square millimeter decreases from Figs were known to contain a high serotonergic content, and modulation of serotonergic neurotransmission plays a crucial role in the pathogenesis of amnesia Antioxidant activity The literature showed that the antioxidative properties of the extract of F.

Kerala Agricultural University, Kerala, India, Journal List Pharmacogn Rev v. Find articles by M. Rather dated, but still a main source of information for many of the less known woods. However, it is not true that they release large amounts of oxygen during the night.

The multiple benefits of F. Bushra S, Farooq A. Vedic Sarasvati,p.

Ficus religiosa

The leaves are shiny, thin, and bear 5—7 veins. Charaka and Sushruta prescribed a decoction of the bark of Ashvatha in haemorrhages; leaves for covering wounds; the paste of tender roots or the bark for skin infections. Developmental anatomy of the leaf of Religoosa.

The fruits contain 4. It has been reported that aqueous extract of F. Aqueous and ethanolic extracts of F. It requires full sunlight and proper watering.

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This tree has abundant medical uses. Antibacterial activity of F.

Nair R and Chanda SV: These compounds can be therapeutically active or inactive 7. Publisher Timber Press; Oregon. Classification and Distribution of Ficus. Indian J Anim Sci. Thereafter aqueous extract of F. The site is in present-day Bodh Gaya in Bihar, India. The results suggested potential traditional use of F. Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. The methanol extract of figs of F.


Ficus religiosa – Wikipedia

Ficus religiosa is tolerant to widely varying climatic conditions such as Tropical rainforest climate where the region receives more than 60 millimetres 6. Urine contains much blood. Religiosa Peepal tree is well known to be useful in diabetes. Pharmacological activities present in Ficus religiosa: Comparative study on the antimicrobial activities of three Indian medicinal plants.

The tree fruits in summer and the fruits get ripened by rainy season. The extract exerts strong anti-inflammatory properties in microglial activation. Leaf decoction has been used as an analgesic for toothache. Now share the story Too bad. And Tridax procumbens L. The most abundant flavonoid present in Reliigosa religiosa is quercetin 9.

It exhibited reduction in the number of writhing. Singh D and Goel RK: