Large Trees

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Neem:

Neem tree is a source of medicine to treat more than a 100 health problems, from rashes to malaria and diabetes. It also serves as the health guard of our ecosystem…(More About Neem)


Giloy:

Giloy also known as Guluchi / Guduchi, is a famous Ayurvedic perennial climber herb in India. It grows in deciduous forests often on mango, banyan or neem tree…(More About Giloy)


Moringa:

Moringa is a fast-growing, drought-resistant tree – with an abundance of minerals, vitamins, calcium, proteins, and beneficial antioxidants and amino acids. This generous and bountiful plant is life sustaining…(More About Moringa)


Teak:

The Teak tree is renowned for its durable wood and for the tree’s medicinal value. Virtually every part of the teak tree has medicinal uses…(More About Teak)


Mahua:

The Mahua tree is native to the Indian subcontinent and grows in forests. The flowers and trees have a religious significance. Various parts of Mahua tree are used for treatment of variety of diseases…(More About Mahua)


Amla:

For millennia, Ayurveda has been prescribing Amla for various ailments. This fruit, in fact, harbors five out of the six tastes: sour, sweet, pungent, bitter and astringent. All parts of the tree have medicinal properties, with the fruit being the most potent…(More About Amla)


Imli:

Imli tree, commonly known as Tamarind tree, it is one of the fruit tree species that is used in various food recipes and also as traditional medicine.There are many references to the tamarind tree in Hindu mythology…(More About Imli)


Bel:

Bel is an ancient sacred tree in India.The use of this plant is seen in Scripture like Vedas and Mahabharata. The plant species act as a climate purifier by absorbing poisonous gas from the atmosphere. The products obtained from Bel are highly nutritive as well as therapeutic…(More About Bel)


Mithi Neem:

Mithi Neem/Curry leaf (Murraya koenigii) is a very commonly available garden plant. This plant is native to India and found almost everywhere in the Indian subcontinent. The leaves and fruits are also used as a herb in Ayurvedic medicine…(More About Mithi Neem)


Ashok:

The Ashoka tree is a small evergreen rain-forest tree that has beautiful and fragrant red and yellow flowers. It is considered to be a sacred tree in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. The seeds, bark, roots and the flowers have medicinal properties…(More About Ashok)


Subabul:

Subabul has a wide variety of uses and it was this multiplicity of roles that led to the worldwide reputation of the species as a ‘miracle tree’. Various parts of this plants are used to provide the healthy benefits…(More About Subabul)


Gular:

Gular or Cluster fig tree is a sacred, large tree distributed throughout India. It is used to treat various diseases in Ayurveda and also has a religious significance…(More About Gular)


Desi Mango:

Mango tree is a native of India. It is grown since thousands of years (more than 4000 years). This popular tree and its parts have been proven to contain properties that can help in improving overall health of a person. The mango is a national fruit of India….(More About Desi Mango)


Kadamba:

Kadamba is a large, evergreen tree with beautiful & unique flowers. It is a fast growing tree with a broad crown and is even planted sacredly near temples. It has several references in mythology and Ayurveda…(More About Kadamba)


Mulberry:

The word ‘mulberry’ is usually associated with silkworms, but the Indian Mulberry also plays an important role in Ayurveda. Various parts of the Indian mulberry are used for medicinal purposes, such as containing fever, and also as a tonic…(More About Mulberry)


Bamboo:

The bamboo is a remarkable plant- it is a grass, a tropical reed, a food source and a medicinal plant that has been used in Ayurveda. It is the fastest growing of all known plants. The tree grows wild in most parts of India…(More About Bamboo)


Tendu:

Tendu is also known as the ‘Divine Fruit’ due to its various health benefits. It promotes a strong immune system and longevuty…(More About Tendu)


Palash:

Butea (Palash) is native to India and is found throughout the country. Palash tree is also known as ‘flame of the forest’ because of its red coloured flowers. It is a medicinal tree and its different parts are used to cure various clinical disorders…(More About Palash)


Peepal:

Peepal or Ashwatha tree is of great importance in Ayurveda. It is believed to cure diseases such as gonorrhoea, haemorrhoids, diarrhoea, dysentery, gastrohelcosis, neuralgia and inflammations. Peepal tree is of religious importance also in India…(More About Peepal)


Gleditsia:

Gleditsia has been used as a medicinal herb for centuries in different regions of the world. Both traditional uses and modern medicine researches about Gleditsias from different countries, are showing strong similarities in influences on human health…(More About Gleditsia)


Vijaysar/ Bija

Vijaysar is safe and cheap method to take care of Diabetics, weight control and reduce joints pain. Vijaysar was first introduced by Sushruta , thousands of years ago for this disease. (more about Vijaysar)


Other Important Large Trees we have:

Arjun (Terminalia arjuna)

Lasoda (Cordia dichotoma)

Harra (Terminalia chebula)

Bahera (Terminalia bellirica)

Achar (Buchanania latifolia roxb) , also known as Chironji

Gulmohar (Delonix regia) , also known as Flame of the forest

Karanj (Millettia pinnata)

Semal (Bombax ceiba)

Bay Leaf (Cinnamomum tamala) , also known as Tejpatta

Kachnar (Bauhinia variegata)

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