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Ayurvedic plant Kumari (Sanskrit ) - Aloe Vera


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Ayurvedic plant Kumari(Sanskrit )- Aloe Vera

Botanical Description of - Aloe Vera

BOTONICAL NAME : Aloe Vera Barbadensis
FAMILY:  LILLIACEAE
STRUCTURE: Mature plant: They are succulent plants with perennial, strong and fibrous roots and numerous, persistent, fleshy leaves, proceeding from the upper part of the root, narrow, tapering, thick and fleshy, usually edges are serrated with spiny teeth
Seeds: Angular
Flowers: The flowers are produced in erect, terminal spikes. There is no calyx, the corolla is tubular, divided into six narrow segments at the mouth and of a red, yellow or purplish colour. The capsules contain numerous angular seeds.
HABITAT: Grows mainly in the dry regions of Africa, Asia, Europe and America.
PHARMACOLOGY: The important constituents are the two Aloins, Barbaloin and Isobarbaloin, Other constituents are amorphous Aloin, resin and Aloe-emodin. A mild purgative, sooths skin, Acts as a mild antimicrobial
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION : Contains Aloins, Barbaloin and Isobarbaloin,

 

 

 Ayurvedic Description of Kumari(Sanskrit )- Aloe Vera

SANSKRIT NAME : Kumari,Griha kanya, Ghrita kumarika
LOCAL NAMES(in India) :Gheekuaara (Hindi), Ghrta kumari (Bengali), korpad (Marathi), Aloe (English),
PROPERTIES
(ayurvedic)
Guna :- guru,snigdha picchila
Rasa :- Katu
Veerya :-sheeta
Vipaka :- Tikta
KARMA (Action) :
Normalize Normalizes kapha & pitta. a very good aphrodisiacs, diuretic, sooths skin, and anti inflammatory widely used in conditions of sun burn, dry skin conditions, burns, scars

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