bastard teak

Bastard Teak

(Butea Monosperma Gum)

It is also known as Bastard teak, Parrot tree, Butea gum and Sacred tree. In the several regional languages in India, Palash is known by distinct names in the local languages.Palash has been mentioned in the ancient Ayurvedic manuscripts authored by Sushruta, Charaka as a rather powerful and important herb with medicinal, as well as religious and spiritual significance. The plant is used to make timber, resin, fodder, medicine, and dye. The wood is dirty white and soft. Being durable under water, it is used for well curbs and water scoops. Spoons and ladles made of its wood are used in various Hindu rituals to pour ghee into the fire.In India, the seeds are used for skin ailments; keratitis; piles; urinary discharges; and diseases of the brain, eye, head, and skin.

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