Cassia Auriculata is Helpful in Abdominal Disorders
|BOTANICAL NAME||CASSIA AURICULATA|
|SANSKRIT NAME||Avartaki, Bhumyahulya, Carmaranga, Mandari, Visanika, Ahula,
|HINDI||Tarwar, Awai, Aval, Tarwan, Taroda.|
|KANNADA||Avara gida, Avarike, Tangadi, Tangedi, Bobbade.|
|MALAYALAM||AVara, Aviram, Jimute, Ponnaviram, Avaram|
|TELUGU||Tangedu, Tangera, Merikatangaru, Tangar, Avaray|
|TAMIL||Aviraittol, Sadurguli, Summai, Avaram.|
|MARATHI||Tarwar, Tharoda, Taroda, Avul.|
In India it is found in dry zones of peninsular India, Western and Central India, and even it is cultivated in some parts of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal.
|PARTS USED||Leaf, flower, seeds.|
|DOSE||Leaf Juice 50 to 100 ml, flower juice 10 to 20 ml, Seed churna 3 to 6
Tanin, methanolic extracts.
|QUALITY (GUNA)||Laghu, Ruksha.|
|TASTE (RASA)||Kashay, Tikt.|
Special precautions to be taken while patient is on Anti epileptic medicines such as Carbamazepine where chances of increasing effects and side effects of Carbamazepine may happen. Diabetic patients who are on antidiabetic medications may also take precaution in consuming