Pala Indigo / Indarjo Shireen (اندرجوشیریں) is also called Dyer’s Oleander and Wrightia Tinctoria, belongs to the genus wrightia and comes from the family of Apocynaceae. It is originated in India and is also a native of Burma.
Ingredient Name :
Wrightia tinctoria R. Br.
Bengali Name : Indrajav
Chinese Name : Tao tiao pi
English Name : Sweet lndarjao, Easter Tree, Ivory Tree
German Name : F�rber-Oleander
Gujarati Name : Mitha Indarjava, Gode Indarjava
Hindi Name : Safed Kuda, Metha Kuda, Khinna, Kutaja
Kannada Name : Kiridosige, Kodamurki, Hale
Latin name : Wrightia tinctoria R. Br.
Marathi Name : Mitha Indarjava, Gode Indarjava
Persian Name : Zaban Kunjashk
Punjabi Name : Indarjao Mitha
Sanskrit Name : Svetakutaja, Strikutaja, Kutaj Beej
Urdu Name : Indarjao Shirin
1 to 3 g powder of dried seeds.
This herb has no known warnings or contraindications.
Pala Indigo is a flowering plant with potent medicinal properties. Various parts of this plant- leaves, bark, seeds and root- are used for various health benefits.
According to the various Siddha and Ayurveda text manuals, wrightia tinctoria extracts can be used to treat skin problems, liver disorders and broad spectrum viral infections.
Some of the uses of Pala Indigo are:
- To treat burns, boils, wounds, rashes, mouth ulcers.
- To treat jaundice.
- To treat inflammatory skin problems such as psoriasis and non specific dermatitis.
- To kill intestinal worms.
- To treat diarrhea, gas, bloating, abdominal pain, piles and kidney stone.
- To boost the hormones
- To improves skin firmness and tightness.
Useful in Following diseases:
- Seminal Debility
- Sexual Debility
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.