Family: Cassia Fistula is
basically belongs to the family of Fabaceae.
Common Names: The most common names of Cassia
Fistutla are Indian laburnum, kallober, canafistula, , samyaka,
hiyari agaci, purging fistula, klober, purging cassia, gurmala,
ch'ang kuo tzu shu, chacara, baton casse, nanban-saikati,
sember kachang kayu golden shower, keyok, klohur
Part Used: The most useful and essential
part of Cassia Fistula in Fruit, Leaves, and Bark.
Hindi name: The golden tree.
Basics: Cassia Fistula is an average sized
tree growing to 9-20 m long with rapidly enlargement. The
leaves of Cassia Fistula are semi-evergreen or delicious,
14-62 cm high, pinnate with 4-8 couple of leaflets, each leaflet
8-20 cm lengthy and 5-8 cm wide.
The flowers of cassia fistula are basically formed in pendulous racemes 21-40 cm long, every flower length 5-8 cm whole with five yellow equal shape and size of petals. The fruit, legume is 35-65 cm stretched and 2.0-3.0 cm wide, with a strong smell and including quite a few seeds. Some seeds of the Cassia Fistula are poisonous.
terminalia belerica | terminalia chebula | tinospor cordifolia | tribulus terrestris | valeriana wallichi | zingiber officinalis
Medical usage: There are
so many Cassia plants of same family in total world which
are mainly used as so many herbal medicinal processes.
This related folks of plants is normally used for their laxative
or cost-effective actions.
Canafistula is not exclusion; it is frequently used for greatly
effective sensible or modest laxative that is safe for the
use of children also.
However, in big doses, the bark and leaves can cause of irregular
vomiting, nausea, unexceptional pain in abdominal and cramps.
Cassia fistula is also used as a medicine or drug for tumors of
the stomach, glands, liver and throat, epilepsy, for burns, hematuria,
cancer, convulsions, constipation, dysuria, delirium, diarrhea,
gravel, glandular tumors and pimples.
In Ayurvedic medicine process, the seeds are certified with laxative,
carminative, aperitif, and ant bilious properties.