Golden gift of Nature calotropics gigentea
DHANSHREE M. RIDHORKAR, Nabira Mahavidyalaya Katol
Calotropis gaigantea
Calotropis gigantea (Crown flower) commonly called as ‘Madar’ is a milkweed available in India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. The plant is belonging to Apocynaceae family which includes latex bearing plant. It is an important medicinal plant and widely used in Ayurveda for management of various health hazards.Traditional Indian medicine (ayurveda) is becoming increasingly popular, with many chronic conditions responding to it well. Most patients begin to take conventional medications as soon as their diagnoses are made, so Ayurveda treatments are usually undergone alongside and/or after conventional medical approaches. A detailed knowledge of the action of food, spices, and medicinal plants is needed in order to understand their potential influence fully. While societal use of ayurvedic plants and Indian spices is commonplace, without ill effect, the use of more concentrated products made from single plants, often in the form of teas or tablets, is of more concern.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 8

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