Cassia absus Linn.

Cassia absus Linn
Arabic Name : Shishm, Tashmeezaj
Bengali Name : Ban Kulthi
English Name : Absus Seeds
French Name : Absus Semences
German Name : Chichonpflanze, Chichimkassie
Gujarati Name : Chinola, Chimad
Hindi Name : Bankulthi, Chaksu
Kannada Name : Nindratach, Kreed
Latin name : Cassia absus Linn.
Marathi Name : Chimn, Kankuti, Chinol
Persian Name : Chashkhaam
Punjabi Name : Chaksoo
Sanskrit Name : Chakshushya, Arnaykulthika, Drikaprasada
Urdu Name : Chaksu

Description : Seeds are acrid, antibacterial, astringent, blood purifier, constipative, cooling, bitter, deobstruent, diuretic, emmenagogue, mucilaginous,haemostatic, laxative, lithotriptic, stimulant and styptic. Useful in skin affections and ringworms. Also useful in asthma, anaemia and hiccups. The seeds are also employed as a cathartic in habitual constipation.

Recommended Dosage : 2 to 3 g powder of dried seeds.

Contraindication : This herb has no known warnings or contraindications.

Shishm Tashmeezaj Absus Seeds Absus Semences Chichonpflanze Chichimkassie Chinola Chimad Bankulthi Chaksu Nindratach Cassia absus Linn Chimn Kankuti Chashkhaam Chakshushya Arnaykulthika Chaksu

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