Vedomax Phool Dhawa – Gule Dhawa – Woodfordia Fruticosa – Anogeissus Latifolia Wall

Vedomax Phool Dhawa – Gule Dhawa – Woodfordia Fruticosa – Anogeissus Latifolia Wall

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Dried Dhawa Phool is flower of the tree native to Indian subcontinent. It is also known as Conocarpus erectus, Combretaceae, Button Tree, Ghatti Tree, Axle-wood Tree, Dhaura and Nunnera. The flower is offered in Yagya or Homam. The flower is helpful in cure dysentery, leucorrhoea, menorrhagia, ulcers and dysuria. It also helps enhance skin and body tissues and cells. It has cooling and astringent effect and also provides relief in bleeding piles.

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The gum of the tree is used as a substitute of Gum Arabic. Uses of Axle wood(Dhawa Phool) tree: The powder of the bark of Anogeissus latifolia is applies externally as paste to treat wounds and localize swelling.

Dhawa Phool Herb Axle Wood is a small to medium-sized tree, growing up to 20 m tall. It is closely related to the Button tree. The species name latifolia is in reference to its wider leaves. Trunk is straight and cylindrical or sometimes more poorly shaped, branchless for 8 m, up to 80 cm in diameter.

Dhawa Phool Herb bark is smooth or with scales, pale to dark gray. Dry Dhawa Flower branches are drooping. Leaves are oppositely or nearly- oppositely arranged, simple, and entire, with grayish-yellow or whitish hairs below. Stalk less flowers are borne in dense, spherical heads on stalks in leaf axils or at the end of branches.

Dhawa Phool Herb are small and have parts in fives. Sepals are joined together in a stalk-like tube, expand at top into a 5-lob cup. There are no petals. Stamens are 10, in 2 rows. Fruit is a 2-wing pseudoachene, packed into a dense head. Sepal tube services till fruiting, and forms a beak.

Dhawa Phool Herb is one of the most useful trees in India. Its leaves contain large amounts of gall tannins, and are uses in India for tanning. The Axel tree(Dry Dhawa Flower) Herb is the source of Indian gum, also known as ghatti gum, which is use for calico printing among other uses. The leaves are also fed on by the Antiheroes paphia moth which produces the tassar silk (Tussah), a form of wild silk of commercial importance.

Deciduous or semi-evergreen forest, it is a common element in teak forests but also occurs in the under storey of dipterocarp forest, in bamboo forest and even in vegetation under semi-arid conditions like savannah woodland and dry rocky hills.

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