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 +[[wp>​Ayurvedic Medicine]]
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 +[[wp>​Caesalpinia bonduc]]
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 +Search [[wp>​MedLine]] [[wp>​PubMed]] for Emblica officinalis ([[wp>​Latin]] [[wp>​Botanical name]]) http://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​entrez/​query.fcgi?​cmd=Search&​db=PubMed&​term=Caesalpinia%20bonduc
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 +Botanical Classification | Family | Other Names | Habitat | Morphology
 +Chemical Constituents | Pharmacology | Toxicology
 +Plant part used | Indication | Uses
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 +Botanical Classification
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 +Plantae
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 +Magnoliophyta
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 +class
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 +magnoliopsida
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 +Order
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 +fabales
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 +Family
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 +fabeaceae
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 +Genus
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 +Caesalpinia
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 +Species
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 +bonduc
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 +Botanical – fabeaceae
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 +Ayurvedic – shimby kul
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 +Other Names
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 +    * English : Fever nut, Bonduc Nut
 +    * Hindi : Kantkarej, Kantikaranja
 +    * Kannada : Gajikekayi
 +    * Malayalam : Kalanci
 +    * Sanskrit : Latakaranjah,​ Kuberaksi Kantakikaranjah
 +    * Tamil : Kaliccikkai Telugu : Gaccakaya
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 +Habitat
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 +Throughout India, in the plains on waste lands and coastal areas.
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 +Morphology
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 +A large straggling,​very thorny shrub, branches armed with hooks and straight hard yellow prickles; leaves bipinnate, large, stipules foliaceous, pinnae 7 pairs, leaflets 3-8 pairs with 1-2 small recurved prickles between them on the underside; flowers yellow, in dense long peduncled supra-axiUary racemes at the top; fruits inflated pods, covered with wiry prickles, seeds 1-2 per pod, oblong or globular, hard, grey with a smooth shiny surface.
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 +Chemical Constituents
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 +The defated kernels contain a-. 3-, y-, 8-and e-caesalpins,​ caesalpin F and a homoisoflavone,​ bonducellin.
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 +Pharmacology
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 +According to ayurveda it contains
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 +    * Guna (properties) –laghu (light), ruksh (dry)
 +    * Rasa (taste) – kashaya (astringent),​ tikta (bitter)
 +    * Virya (potency) – ushna (hot)
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 +Toxicology
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 +No toxic effect was seen on human body with its consumption
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 +Plant part used
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 +Seeds
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 +Indication
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 +   1. Inflammation
 +   2. Pain
 +   3. Arthritis
 +   4. Indigestion
 +   5. Liver related ailments
 +   6. Worm infestation
 +   7. Diabetes
 +   8. Skin related ailments
 +   9. Fever
 +  10. Piles
 +  11. Diarrhea
 +  12. Dysentery
 +  13. Cough and cold
 +  14. Contraceptive
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 +Uses
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 +The root bark is emmenagogue,​ febrifuge, expectorant,​ anthelmintic and stomachic. It is useful in amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea,​ fevers, cough, asthma, intestinal worms, colic, flatulence and dyspepsia. The leaves are anthelmintic,​ emmenagogue and febrifuge, and are useful in elephantiasis,​ intestinal worms, splenomegaly,​ hepatomegaly,​ amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea,​ fevers and pharyngodynia. The seeds are bitter, astringent, acrid, thennogenic,​ anodyne, anti-inflammatory,​ anthelmintic,​ digestive, and stomachic, liver tonic, depurative, expectorant,​ contraceptive,​ antipyretic,​ aphrodisiac and tonic. They are useful in vitiated conditions of tridosha, arthralgia, inflammations,​ hydrocele, cough, asthma, leucoderma, leprosy, skin diseases, dyspepsia, dysentery, colic, hemorrhoids,​ intestinal worms, hepatopathy,​ splenopathy,​ diabetes and intermittent fevers.
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 +Source: http://​www.ayushveda.com/​herbs/​caesalpinia-bonduc.htm
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 +BONDUC NUT
 +Leguminosae subfamily Caesalpiniaceae
 +aka Fever Nut
 +(Caesalpinia crista)
 +[cì huo su mu]
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 +!OVERDOSE TOXIC and EMETIC!
 +CONTAINS: SEEDS contain 20-24% starch, sucrose, phytosterols (including sitosterol),​ heptocosane.
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 +OIL contains unsaturated acids: palmitic, stearic, lignoceric, oleic, linolenic.
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 +Tropical to subtropical tree/shrub, the fruit of which is used in Oriental medicine.
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 +PROPAGATION:​ By seed which has been soaked in warm water for several hours before sowing.
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 +PART USED: Fruit
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 +USES
 +MEDICINAL:
 +Regarded in Oriental folk medicine as depurative, emmenagogue,​ emollient, laxative, rubefacient,​ tonic, vermifuge, and vesicant. Has been used for congestion, convulsion, earaches, fever, gonorrhea, hydrocele (collection of fluid in a sac surrounding the testicle), inflammations,​ leprosy, palsy, skin problems, snakebite, swellings, and toothache.
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 +Plant has been used for asthma, colic, and dropsy.
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 +Fruit oil has been used for rheumatism.
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 +An oil from the leaves has been used in Indochina for convulsions and palsy. The Unani of Indochina have used it as a preventative for contagious diseases, colic, hydrocele, inflammations,​ leprosy, malaria, and skin problems.
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 +In Ayurvedic medicine the sprouts and root bark have been used to treat tumors; the juice of the leaves for elephantiasis,​ smallpox, and worms; the oil from the fruit for indolent ulcers; the fruit for diarrhea, dysuria, impotency, leucorrhea, piles, urinary discharge, worms, and wounds.
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 +At one time was used in Oriental medicine as a substitute for quinine in cases of malaria (100-200 mg dose), although more recently, an isolate from the seed proved ineffective against malaria in experiments on birds.
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 +COSMETIC:
 +In India the leaf juice has been used as an underarm deodorant.
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 +Source: http://​earthnotes.tripod.com/​bonduc.htm
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 +Adapted from [[Fair Use]] Source: http://​oneearthherbs.squarespace.com/​downloads/​BestOfTheBestHerbs.pdf
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 +[[Alan Keith Tillotson]],​ Ph. D., A.H.G., D.Ay,  (Author), Nai-shing Hu Tillotson, O.M.D., L.Ac., [[One Earth Herbal Sourcebook]]:​ Everything You Need to Know About Chinese, Western, and Ayurvedic Herbal Treatments]],​ Burlingame, California: Kensington, 2001. [[ISBN 1575666170]] ​ Paperback: 596 pages.  ​
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 +[[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]] - [[Anisha Durve]], [[L.Ac]], [[DOM]] - [[Ayurvedic Institute Herb Seminar 1999-06-18-24]],​ [[Ayurvedic Institute]],​ 1999
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 +Adapted from [[Fair Use]] Source: [[Will Maclean]], [[Clinical Manual of Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines]]:​ a Guide to Ethical and Pure Patent Medicines, [[Pangolin Press]], 2003, Revised Edition: p.
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