Bhangra (Bhringraj) - भांगरा - False daisy - Eclipta Alba

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Bhangra - भांगरा - false daisy - Eclipta Alba.


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Introduction:

       Flavieria repanda is famous for thick, soft and black hair. Its bushes grow in wet soil near by ponds all over the year at the height of 6,000 feet. It has another kind that is called “Pit Bhrangraj” of which plants are found widely in Bengal, Assam, Maharastra and Chennai states.

       Flavieria repanda is a kind of bush which spreads on the earth. There are three kinds of flavieria repanda first one has white flowers, second has yellow flowers, and third has blue flowers. We can get its two kinds easily but round mouthed flavieria repanda is found hardly. Its leaves seem like spear and resemblance to the leaves of pigeon pea. Its flower has a small knob. Many petals grow after increasing this knob. These petals fall down after ripening. Flavieria repanda has small seeds like black cumin seed.

Name in different languages:

English           :           False daisy

Hindi              :            Bhangra, Bhringraj

Latin              :             Eklipta postrata

Sanskrit          :             Markav, Bhrangraj, Keshraj, Keshranjan, Kuntalvardhan,

Gujrati            :              Bhangro, Kalo Bhangro

Marathi           :             Bhaka, Bangra, Bhrangraj

Bengali           :              Kesri, Kasoriya, Bhimraj, Keshutt    

Punjabi           :              Kishori, Keshraj, Kesri, Bhimraj

Arabic             :              Kadimool-Bint

Kokan             :              Hatukenari

Oriya              :               Kesarda

Tamil              :              Kekeshi, Kevi, Shilaei, Kaikeshi

Quality:  

It is useful for the eyes and makes the hair black. It is expectorant and antiphlogistic. It also alleviates the poisoning.

       Flavieria repanda eliminates the phlegm and gas. It is beneficial in fever, leprosy andforehead-ache. It is useful for skin and teeth. Its use enhances brain power and sexual vigour. It is good remedy in intestines’ enlargement, headache, eye diseases, asthma, cough, bascillary dysentery, heart problems and itching. It also kills stomach worms. Its leaves’ water enhanceseyesight and makes the sperm thick. It is also a good remedy for the treatment of abdominaltumour. Its use remains a person far from old age to some extant. If one takes it adequately and regularly, it changes the face.

       Its use shows magical results if a person takes its juice regularly and follows the rule of celibacy as well as worships GOD. Its use makes young to the old person, strong to weak and brilliant and minded to younger ones.  

       If someone has swallowed the poison of poison, give the juice of flavieria repanda to the victim. Its use alleviates the poison soon. If one mixes opium tablet in the juice of flavieria repanda, the tablet burns.

       There is disease in the fingers of hands which is called “Balay” or “Bisari”. This is very dangerous and painful disease but flavieria repanda is the best medicine for its treatment. Grind the leaves of flavieria repanda with whey and tie on insect’s bitten affected portion. Keep it making wet when it dries. Its use provides relief within 15 minutes. It also ends the burning sensationcaused by poison. The patient who has been suffering from agony and weeping as well as crying because of unbearable pain will sink into sound sleep after its use.

Useful in various diseases :

1. Liver enlargement:

  • Take 5-10 ml juice of flavieria repanda twice a day provides relief in all problems related to liver. It is also beneficial in liver enlargement, piles and stomachache.
  • Taking the juice of flavieria repanda with 2 grams caraway powder is good remedy in enlarged liver.
  • Mix a little caraway powder in the juice of flavieria repanda. Give this mixture with water to the child. Its use normalizes to the enlarged liver.

2.Skin diseases:

          Applying the juice of flavieria repanda on the skin cures all chronic diseases of the skin like- itching, leprosy and scabies. Taking 5 to 10 ml juice of flavieria repanda twice a day keeps the liver active and provides new freshness to the body.

3. Jaundice:

Mix black pepper in the juice of flavieria repanda. Taking this preparation mixing with curd is a good treatment of jaundice.

4. Migraine:

Boil the juice of flavieria repanda with equal quantity of goat milk and drop it into the nose. Or mix black pepper powder in the juice of flavieria repanda and apply it on the forehead. Both uses are beneficial for the treatment of migraine.

Bhringraj Powder Dosage

Children250 to 1000 mg
Adults1 to 3 grams
Maximum Possible Dosage9 grams per day (in divided doses)

How to Take Bhringraj Powder

Doses (how many times should I take Bhringraaj Churna?)2 to 3 times a day
Right Time (When should I take?)Before meal
AdjuvantWith lukewarm water, Cow’s Ghee, Honey or Brown Sugar; Honey (in respiratory diseases), Milk (in chronic fever), Mishri – Sugar (in liver disease and jaundice), Old Jaggery and Haritaki (in heartburn, hyperacidity)

Bhringraj Juice Dosage

Children1 to 3 ml
Adults3 to 10 ml
Maximum Possible Dosage30 ml per day (in divided doses)

How to Take Bhringraaj Juice

Doses (how many times should I take Bhringraj Svarasa?)2 to 3 times a day
Right Time (When should I take?)Before meal
AdjuvantHoney (in respiratory diseases), Milk (in chronic fever), Mishri – Sugar (in liver disease and jaundice), Old Jaggery and Haritaki (in heartburn, hyperacidity)

Bhringraj Extract Dosage

Children125 to 250 mg
Adults250 to 500 mg
Maximum Possible Dosage1500 mg per day (in divided doses)

How to Take Bhringraj Extract

Doses (how many times should I take?)2 to 3 times a day
Right Time (When should I take?)Before meal
AdjuvantWith lukewarm water

You might also get Bhringraj Capsule or tablets. If they contain a natural form of the herb i.e. powder, then the dosage should be calculated based on the dosage given under “Bhringraaj Powder Dosage” heading above. If capsules or tablets contain extract, then its dosage should be calculated according to “Bhringraja Extract Dosage”.

Disclaimer :

Be sure to follow relevant directions on product labels and consult your pharmacist or physician or other healthcare professional before using.

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Courtesy : AyurvedShala

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