Bengali Name : Indrajav
Chinese Name : Tao tiao pi
English Name : Sweet lndarjao, Easter Tree, Ivory Tree
German Name : Färber-Oleander
Gujarati Name : Mitha Indarjava, Gode Indarjava
Hindi Name : Safed Kuda, Metha Kuda, Khinna, Kutaja
Kannada Name : Kiridosige, Kodamurki, Hale
Latin name : Wrightia tinctoria R. Br.
Marathi Name : Mitha Indarjava, Gode Indarjava
Persian Name : Zaban Kunjashk
Punjabi Name : Indarjao Mitha
Sanskrit Name : Svetakutaja, Strikutaja, Kutaj Beej
Urdu Name : Indarjao Shirin
Description: Seeds are considered aphrodisiac, astringent, carminative, febrifuge, sedative, stomachic and tonic. Useful in seminal and sexual debility.
Externally, it is effective in psoriasis and nonspecific dermatitis. The leaves are used in various skin disorders including herpes. It has astringent and antiinflammatory activities, used as an antibacterial in several skin disorders. It has antidandruff activity and is used in the treatment of various scalp and skin disorders.
Recommended Dosage: 1 to 3 g powder of dried seeds.
Contraindication: This herb has no known warnings or contraindications.