Many Spiked Flacorita/Zarnab (زرنب, پتر تالیس، سروتر کستانی) is also known as Flacourtia jangomas and Coffee Plum. It is a small, deciduous shrub or tree that grows to a height of 6-10m. Trunk and branches are commonly thornless in old trees, but densely beset with simple or branched, blunt woody thorns when younger. It produces small white to whitish green fragrant flowers. The relatively juicy fruits are rounded pink to dark red and about an inch wide and are edible. It can be eaten raw, or transformed into juice, jam or marmalades.
Ingredient Name :
Taxus baccata Linn.
Arabic Name : Talisfar, Zarnab
Bengali Name : Birmi, Talish Patr, Bhada Getela
Chinese Name : Tzu shan
English Name : Yew, Common Yew, Chinwood
French Name : If commun
German Name : Eibe, Eife, Ibenbaum, Kantelbaum, Taxbaum, Ybe
Gujarati Name : Gethela Barmi
Hindi Name : Talispatr, Talis Patta
Kannada Name : Sthauneyak
Kashmiri Name : Badar, Budul
Latin name : Taxus baccata Linn.
Marathi Name : Sthauney Barmi
Persian Name : Zarnab
Punjabi Name : Birmi
Sanskrit Name : Mandhuparni, Talispatra, Sukapuspa
Urdu Name : Zarnab
1 to 3 g powder of dried leaves.
This herb is not recommended during pregnancy and lactation. Large doses (many times the recommended disage) may result in colic, dry mouth, hypotention, paleness, rash, syncopem vertigo and vomiting.
Useful in Following diseases:
- Cardiovascular Disorders
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.