Agaystha (Sesbania grandiflora Pers): Medicinal Properties & Uses, Used Parts, Dosages,
Sesbania grandiflora Pers.
Munidrum, Bangasen, Bakrapuspa, Agasthya, Bagphal, Bakphul, Agaystha, Agathiyo, Agati, Abishi, Buko, Ogasthi.
- A fast growing tree archives 20-30 ft of height.
- It having very short lifetime.
- Flowers come in the autumn.
- Flowers are used as vegetables and very much popular in India.
- It is seen all over the India but considered as the native of Malaysia.
- Guna: Ruksha, Laghu
- Rasa: Tikta
- Vipak: Katu
- Virya: Sheeta
- Lepa or paste of bark and root used in Osteoarthritis
- Paste of bark or root used in Gout
- Paste of the leafs are used in Acne or Pimples
- Juice of the leafs are used as nasal drops or as Nasya for the treatment of Headache, Running nose.
- Juice of leafs are used in Apasmar or Epilepsy.
- Fruits are used as memory booster.
- Leafs and Flower are used in retinal dysfunction.
- It is useful in indigestion.
- It is used in dysentery.
- It is useful in the treatment of worms.
- It is used for the treatment of pain abdomen.
- It is used in the pleural effusion.
- Useful in cough.
- Used in running nose.
- Useful in the management of fever.
- Useful in the treatment of leucorrhoea
- Useful in the treatment of skin diseases.
- Useful in the treatment of Typhoid and malaria fever.
- It is use in the treatment of poisoning.
- Juice 10-20 ml (Internal use)
- Kwath 50-100 ml (internal use)