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Herbal plants and medicinal properties
Botanical Name :- Madhuca indica
Indian name :- Mahua
Madhuca also known as butter tree is a large tree with 20 meters height. The bark, leaves, flowers and seeds of the tree constitute the drug. The name Madhuca comes from the Sanskrit name of the plant. The tree is native of the central India. It is common to the mountainous regions of Himalayas. The leaves of the tree contain alkaloid glucosidic saponin. the seeds contain a fatty oil.
Properties :- Madhuca is useful in arresting secretions or bleeding because of its tannin content. The bark of the tree is an astringent and tonic. The flowers of the tree help the removal of catarrhal matter and phlegm from the bronchial tubes. They also exercise the soothing effect of the skin. A decoction of the bark can be given internally in rheumatic diseases. It is also be taken in diabetes mellitus with beneficial results. Madhuca oil extracted from the seeds has laxative properties. It helps cure piles by relieving chronic constipation. The leaves of Madhuca are effective in the treatment of eczema.
Botanical Name :- Azadirachta indica
Indian name :- Neem
Margosa is a very common tree in India. It is a large evergreen tree growing some 10 to 10.5 metre tall. The leaves of this trees are divided into numerous leaflets each resembling a full-grown leaf. This herb is a native of South Asia. The seeds contain substantial amount of essential oil known as Margosa or neem oil. The bitter constituents separated from this oil are nimbin, nimbinin and inmbidin. The flowers contain a bitter substance and irritant bitter oil.

Properties :- Neem tree is generally considered to be an air purifier and a preventive against malarial fever and cholera. All parts of the tree possess medicinal properties. The leaves are useful in relieving flatulence, promoting the removal of catarrhal matter and phlegm from the bronchial tubes and in increasing secretion and discharge of urine. The gum discharged by the stem is stimulant and tonic with soothing effect on the skin and mucous membranes. It is beneficial to the treatment of malaria, piles, leprosy, skin disorders, eye disorders, oral disorders and ear ailments.