CEPHALANDRA INDICA

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REMEDY OF THE DAY: CEPHALANDRA INDICA

Common names: ┬áSanskrit: Bimba; Bengali: Tela-kucha; Hindi – kanduri ki bill; Tamil ┬á- Korai; Punjabi – Kanduri; Persian – Kabare-hindi

Diabetes mellitus and insipidus, billiousness, bilious complaints, poisonous boils, abssess, and carbuncle, burning pains all over the body, profuse urination, giddiness, dysentry, white and bloody; headache owing to excessive exposure under sun’s rays; chronic fever associated with burning of eyes, face and other parts of the body; dropsy, jaundice, faltulence, haemorrhage from stomach, bllod poisoning.

Over sensitiveness to noise and external impressions.

Source: Drugs of Hindoosthan by Dr. S. C. Ghose

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