The scientific name of Jasmine: Jasminum sambac.

Name of Jasmine in different languages:-

English: Arabian jasmine

Sanskrit: Mallika, Malathi

Hindi: Madan mogra

Malayalam: Mulla, Kudamulla, Gandhamulla

Tamil: Mally.

Plant description:

Jasmine is an evergreen vine or shrub reaching up to the height of 3 m, the leaves ovate, up to 12.5 cm long, opposite or in whorls of three, simple, glabrous, The flowers are pure white, in clusters of 3 to 12 flowers at the branch end, blooming l throughout the year, strongly scented, open at night. The fruit is a berry, purple to black, 1 cm in diameter.

Leaf Arrangement

Shape-Oblong Margin-Entire Venation-Reticulated
 oblong  Margin_Entire  Recticulate

Useful plant parts:

Flowers, root

Medicinal uses:

To treat headaches, pain due to dislocated joints, insomnia, used as a cosmetic(to remove stretch marks and scars), coughs, to reduce depression, nervousness relaxation, and tension.

Ayurveda uses of Jasmine

Ivy Gourd, known as Tindora or Kundru in Ayurveda, has various applications in traditional medicine:

1. Blood Sugar Regulation: It’s used to help manage blood sugar levels, making it beneficial for individuals with diabetes.

2. Digestive Health: Ivy Gourd supports healthy digestion and is used to address digestive disorders.

3. Weight Management: It’s believed to aid in weight loss and weight management due to its metabolism-boosting properties.

4. Respiratory Support: It can be used to address respiratory conditions like cough and asthma.

5. Skin Conditions: Ivy Gourd may be applied topically to address skin issues like wounds and inflammations.

6. Anti-inflammatory: It’s used to reduce inflammation in various parts of the body.

7. Diuretic: Ivy Gourd is known to have diuretic properties, helping in the elimination of excess fluids from the body.

8. Liver Health: It’s believed to support liver function and promote detoxification.

Always consult a qualified healthcare practitioner or Ayurvedic specialist before using Ivy Gourd or any other herb for medicinal purposes. They can provide guidance on proper dosage and usage based on individual health conditions.

Chemical content:

Anesthetic property

It is used as an ingredient to prepare the Ayurveda medicine like:

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