Wrightia Tinctoria is known as shweta kutaja in ayurveda. Ayurveda acharyas laud its health benefits and uses in psoriasis, skin care and hair care
Wrightia Tictoria is also known as Pala indigo plant or dyers’s oleander . It is widely available in India, Southeast Asia and Australia. It needs mostly dry and little moistness to grow.
Chemical constituents of Shweta Kutaja
Wrightia Tinctoria contains phytochemical Beta Sitosterol, Beta Amyrin, Cycloartenone
Texts of Ayurveda recognise this plant by name “Shweta Kutaja”.
This plant is small sized tree or large shrub which grows from 4 meters to 14 meters height. The leaves are long and are oppositely arranged. White coloured flowers bloom between March and June.
The seeds of this plant are also known as Indrayava or Indrajao.
Ayurveda health benefits and uses of Wrightia Tinctoria-Shweta Kutaja
Indrayava or Indrajao balances all three doshas (vata, pitta and Kapha ). It is light (laghu) to digest and absorbs moistness (rooksha) while getting digested. It has bitter taste (tikta rasa) mixed with astringent taste (Kashaya rasa). This herb has cold potency (sheeta veerya). Usually the bark and seeds of this plant are used in ayurvedic preparations.
The health benefits are praised as follows in texts of ayurveda
Wrightia Tinctoria amazing benefits in Skin diseases like Psoriasis:
Various studies point that these phytochemicals of Shwetha Kutaja
1. Help to reduce keratinocytes multiplication
2. May inhibit the co-stimulatory molecules communications
3. There are possibilities that they may sort, isolate and attenuate neoplastic keratinocytes
4. Helps in Reducing xerosis of skin and associated itching
Shweta kutaja or Wrightia Tinctoria when applied externally helps to heal stubborn wounds. It stimulates the growth of granulation tissue and hastens the healing process. Decoction and oil of this herb is useful in healing psoriasis, (Check Psoriban ayurvedic herbal Cream for psoriasis), acne and pimples. Boil 2-3 leaves of this plant in a glass of water to reduce it to ½ glass. This water can be splashed on face to get rid of oiliness, acne and pimple. Same decoction can be used to wash wounds.
Various researches have shown that the extract of this herb has anti-diabetic properties. This herb is helpful for persons who are obese and also diabetic. (Check our Obese Vajikarana Therapy and Diabetes Vajikarana Therapy).
This herb is usually added as an ingredient in herbal shampoo. Since this plant heals the skin lesions, it helps to heal dandruff or flaky scalp. Boil 4-5 leaves of Wrightia Tinctoria in 4 glasses of water to reduce it to 2 glasses. Wash your scalp with this water to get rid of dandruff.
Troublesome Digestive system:
Wrightia Tinctoria is very effective in problems of digestive system. It is very effective in ulcerative colitis, IBS, bacillary dysentery and diarrhoea. This ayurvedic herb helps in bleeding piles or haemorrhoids. Shweta Kutaja also helps in viral enteritis and intestinal parasites. A decoction made from bark and leaves of this herb can be used in above mentioned conditions. The dosage is 50 to 100 ml per day.
This herb is recommended in jwara or fever. The decoction of this herb helps to bring down malarial fever.
Due to its moistness absorbing properties this herb is used to treat obesity. It helps to scrape of stubborn fat. (Check NILOBESE AYURVEDIC HERBAL WEIGHT LOSS TEA and NILOBESE AYUVEDIC HERBAL CAPSULES FOR WEIGHT LOSS).
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