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मंगलवार, 17 मई 2011

Bakul



BAKUL
BOTANICAL NAME MIMUSOPS ELENGI



FAMILY SAPOTACEAE
SUBSTITUTE MIMUSOPS HEXANDRA
OTHER NAMES
 SANSKRIT » Anangaka, Bakul, Bakula, Bakulah, Chirapushpa, Cirapuspa, Dhanvi, Dohala, Gudhapushpaka, Kantha, Karuka, Kesara, Kesarapa, Keshara, Madhugandha, Madhupanjara, Madhupushpa, Mukula, Padyamoda, Sharadika, Sidhugandha, Simhakesara, Sindhugandha, Sinhakesara, Sthirakusuma, Strimukhagandha, Strimukhamadhu, Surabhi, Tailanga, Vakula, Varalahdha, Visharada
 HINDI » Chirpup, Bakul, Bolsari, Maulsarau, Maulser, Maulsiri, Molsari, Mulsari, Tendu, Maulsari, Molsiri, Morsali
 URDU » Mulsari, Maulsari
 BENGALI » Bukal, Bohl, Bakul, Bakal, Bokul
 KANNADA » Bakula, Buckhul, Bukul, Kalhale, Kesara, Mugule, Okula, Pagade
 MALYALAM » Bakulam, Elangi, Elanni, Elengi, Ilanni, Iranni, Makuram, Mukura, Elani, Elengii, Elenjee, Erini, Makira, Makura
 MARATHI » Bakul, Ranjanasal, Bakhor, Bakula, Barsoli, Ovalli, Owli, Vavoli, Raini, Wovali, Wowli, Bkhor, Omval
 ORIYA » Simshakesara
 TAMIL » Alagu, Ilanci, Ilanji, Kesaram, Kosaram, Magil, Magilam, Vagulam


DESCRIPTION
A small to large, evergreen tree, upto 15 m high. Leaves variable, elliptic, oblong or oblanceolate. Petiole 1.2 - 2.5 cm long. Flowers white, fragrant, star shaped, axiallary, solitary or in fascicles of 2 - 6, pedicellate.

DISTRIBUTION
Globally this species is distributed in the Indo-Malesian region and Australia. Within India, it is distributed in the North, Peninsular India and Andaman Islands. It has also been recorded sporadically in Meghalaya. This species is globally distributed from Indo-Malesia to Australia. Within India, it is found in the coastal plains upto an altitude of 900 metres in the Deccan Peninsula and Andaman Island, and frequently cultivated in gardens for ornament; it is grown also as an avenue or shade tree throughout the greater part of India.

CULTIVATION
It is cultivated in gardens as ornamental plant. It is grown also as a avenue or shade tree throughout the greater part o India. The tree is a shade bearer and appears to be reproduced well under shade.

PART (S) USED LEAF, FRUIT, FLOWER
DOSE Leaf kwath 50 -100 ml, Flower churna 1 - 2 gm
CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS
Quercitol, Ursolic acid, Glucose, Quercetin, Hydroquercetin, Taraxerone, Taraxerol, Betulinic acid, Hentriacontane, Lupeol, Saponins

PHYSICAL CONSTITUENTS Leaf (Total ash 8.950 %, Acid insoluble ash - 2.3 %, Water soluble extractive 30.833 %, Alcohol soluble extractive 17 %)
Fruit (Total ash 3.41 %, Acid insoluble ash 0.79 %, Water soluble extractive 36.33 %, Alcohol soluble extractive 17 %)
AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES
 GUNA (Quality)
 RASA (Taste)
 VIPAK (Metabolism)
 VIRYA (Potency)
 PRABHAV (Impact)
 Guru
 Kshay, Katu
 Katu
 Sheet
 Dantdhadyakar

PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTION
Anti-bacterial, Hypotensive, Diuretic, Spermicidal, Spasmolytic, Anti-histaminic, Anti-pyretic, Nematicidal

THERAPEUTIC USES Urinary tract infection
 Anti-pyretic
 Headaches
 Menstrual problems
 Teeth disorders

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