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Arjuna is used as a cardio tonic herb in Ayurveda as it improves the functioning of cardiac muscles. It contain antioxidant properties which maintain the cholesterol level.
It also contain medicinal properties which can benefit in the treatment of Coronary artery disease and reducing the risk of heart failure. The bark of Arjuna is used as an astringent, sweet, acrid, cooling, aphrodisiac, urinary astringent and expectorant.The bark is used to heal wounds. It is also used in heart-disease, contusions, and fractures.
Juice of leaves used in ear-aches. Best herb for heart disease (prevents and helps in the recovery of), angina and heals heart tissue scars after surgery. Also useful for bile, edema, fractures, broken bones, diarrhea, malabsorption, and venereal disease. External treatment for ulcers, acne, skin disorders. It is also useful as an antidote to poisons. It is used as a remedy for scorpion-sting. Arjuna herb works as a heart tonic that helps maintain heart health. It also strengthened heart muscles. Arjuna promotes proper blood flow and normal homocysteine levels. It contains some astringent properties which make it one of the best applicator on wounds. Arjuna contain properties which can help in reverse hardening of the arteries
Terminalia Arjuna,White Marudah,Koha, Kahu, Arjan, White Murdh, Arjuna Myrobalan, Orjun, Yerra maddi, Sadada, Sada
Is it safe to take Arjuna?Yes, it is safe if taken in small quantities as large doses can harm.
In what form Arjuna can be used?It can be used in form of stem bark, powder, and extract.
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