Bilva tree has always held a special place in Hindu culture. Both, mythologically and traditionally, this tree secures a vital place and owing to its significance, the tree is considered sacred and worshipped. Although, all the parts of the tree are used for some or the other purpose, here we will discuss mainly the two important parts namely, Bilva patra and Belgiri.
Diabetes: The powder of the leaves can be mixed with the powders of danamethi, jamun guthli, karela, gudmar and other anti-diabetic herbs. A teaspoon of the combination can be taken on empty stomach twice a day.
Swelling and wound: Application of bilva patra powder mixed with water over the swollen or wounded area is effective in both –bringing down the swelling and healing the wound.
Belgiri (fruit pulp)
Intestinal ulcer: Owing to its healing property, belgiri is used with herbs like mulathi and mishri. This helps in bringing down the pain and recovering from the wound.
Amoebiasis: It has proved its efficiency in treating amoebiasis. It helps in digestion, reduces the cramps and clears the bowel.
This herb is potentiated because of its religious value. Therefore, draw the benefits of this herb and stay healthy.