Calotropis Gigantea Extract
We are considered as one the leading manufacturers, exporters and suppliers of an excellent quality Calotropis Gigantea Extract. Offered extract is extracted from the calotropis flowers and then processed under the guidance of our skilled professionals at our well-cleaned manufacturing unit. This extract is used to formulate the medicines of the different diseases like Fevers, Rheumatism, Indigestion, Cough, Cold, Eczema, Asthma, Elephantiasis, Nausea, etc. In addition, we provide this Calotropis Gigantea Extract in safe packaging options in order to maintain their taste and aroma.
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Common Names: Giant Milkweed, Crown Flower, Swallow Wort
Common Hindi Names: Aak, Alarkh, Madar, Sveta Arka
Flower: 5.1cm Across
One Of The Two Common Species Of Calotropis, Native To India.
Calotropis Grows Wild Up To 900 Meters Throughout The Country On A Variety Of Soils In Different Climates, Sometimes Where Nothing Else Grows
Calotropis Is Used As A Traditional Medicinal Plant With Unique Properties. Traditionally Calotropis Is Used Alone Or With Other Medicinals To Treat Common Disease Such As Fevers, Rheumatism, Indigestion, Cough, Cold, Eczema, Asthma, Elephantiasis, Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea. According To Ayurveda, Dried Whole Plant Is A Good Tonic, Expectorant, Depurative, And Anthelmintic. The Dried Root Bark Is A Substitute For Ipecacuanha. The Root Bark Is Febrifuge, Anthelmintic, Depurative, Expectorant, And Laxative. The Powdered Root Used In Asthama, Bronchitis, And Dyspepsia. The Leaves Are Useful In The Treatment Of Paralysis, Arthralegia, Swellings, And Intermittent Fevers. The Flowers Are Bitter, Digestive, Astringent, Stomachic, Anthelmintic, And Tonic. Calotropis Is Also A Reputed Homoeopathic Drug.
Calotropis Yields A Durable Fiber (commercially Known As Bowstring Of India) Useful For Ropes, Carpets, Fishing Nets, And Sewing Thread. Floss, Obtained From Seeds, Is Used For Stuffing Purposes. Fermented Mixture Of Calotropis And Salt Is Used To Remove The Hair From Goat Skins For Production Of "nari Leather" And Of Sheep Skins To Make Leather Which Is Much Used For Inexpensive Book-binding. Fungicidal And Insecticidal Properties Of Calotropis Have Been Reported.
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