English: Indian Fig tree, Country fig
Sanscrit: Udumbara, Krimiphala
Hindi: Umar, Gular
Fig is an evergreen tree with 20-25 feet tall, rich green foliage with big leaves that provides good shade, moderate to large sized spreading, deciduous, found throughout greater part of India, and it is often cultivated in villages for its edible fruit, leaves are dark green, 7.5-10 cm long, The bark has antiseptic, antipyretic and vermicide properties, and the decoction of bark can be used in the treatment of various skin disorders, fruit receptacles 2-5 cm in diameter, in large clusters, arising from main trunk or large branches.
Useful plant parts:
Root, bark, fruit.
Cluster Fig Tree, or Ficus racemosa, holds significant importance in Ayurveda. It’s utilized for various medicinal purposes:
Consult a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner for proper dosage and usage. Always seek professional advice before use.
To treat Asthma, Bleeding, Dysentery, and Pregnancy protector, to improve Vitality,
How to prepare medicines:
Dried fruit of fig, dried grapes, and cashew nuts kept in hot water for a night and mixed (Make juice) in the morning and drink to increase HB in blood, it is also good for lethargy and weakness.
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