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Albizia Lebbeck (Bilvara / White Shirisha) Bark Powder

Albizia Lebbeck (Bilvara / White Shirisha) Bark Powder

Albizia Lebbeck (Bilvara / white Shirisha) Bark Powder

 

Common name: Siris tree, albizia, East Indian walnut, frywood, Indian albizia, Indian siris, Indian siris tree, koko, lebbeck tree, lebbek, lebbektree, rain tree, raintree, raom tree, shack-shack, silver raintree, singer-tree, siris, siris rain tree, siris-tree, siristree, soros-tree, Tibet lebbeck, white siris,  woman's tongue tree

Hindi: Saras सरस  Siris
Kannada: ಬಾಗೆ Baage, ಸಿರಿಸ , ಸಿರೀಸ Sirisa, ಸಿರಿಸಲ Sirisala 
Manipuri: Khok 
Tamil: சிரிடம் Siridam 
Malayalam: Vaga, Karimthakara, Karivaka, Kattuvaka, Nenmenivaka, Vaka
Urdu: Tinia 
Nepali: कालोशिरीष Kaalo Siris 
Mizo: Thingchawk-e
Assamese : Kothiya-koroi, Sirish
English : Black Siris, East Indian Walnut, East India walnut, Frywood

lebbekboom (Afrikaans)
daqn el-Basha, dign el basha, labakh, laebach, lebbek (Arabic)mkingu, mkungu (Swahili)
lebbek (Ethiopia) Asia: chreh (Cambodia)
kokko (Myanmar)
tekik, kitoke, tarisi (Indonesia)
ka `sê, mai thone (Laos)
batai, batai batu, kungkur, oriang (Malaysia)
aninapala, langil (Philippines)
chamchuri, kampu, ka se, khago, cha kham, chamchuri, kampu, phruek, suek (Thailand)
English: acacia tree, Broome raintree, East Indian walnut, flea tree, frywood, Indian siris, koko, lebbek, lebbeck, lebbektree, powderpuff-tree, rain tree, raom tree, rattlepod, siris tree, soros-tree, Tibet tree, woman's-tongue-tree Europe: bois noir, bois savane, ebénier d'Orient
tcha tcha (Creole) (French)
Lebachbaum, Andamanen-kokko (German)
albizia indiana (Italian) 
Indian subcontinent: bage, begemara, bengha, beymada, bhandir, diriina, chinchola, darshana, dieng-salvrin, dirasan, dirasanam, dirisana, doddabagi, gachoda, garso, goddahunse, harreri, hirih, kala siris, kalbaghi, kalshish, karuvagei, katu vagai, katvaghe, kinhi, kokko, kona, kothia koroi, lasrin, mathirsi, moroi, munipriva, nenmenivaka, salaunjal, samkesar sirisha, sarin, sarshio, seleyadamara sirsul, shrin, shireesha, shirish, shirson, sirai, sirar, siras, sirin, siris, sirish, sirisah, tantia, vagai, vagei, vaka, vakai, vellavaka, velvgai, voghe
  khok (Manipuri)
  sridam (Tamil)
  vaga (Malayalam)
  tinia (Urdu)
  kaalo siris, kalo siris (Nepali)
  mara, maara, sooriya mara, suriya mara (Sinhala), bhandi, sirisah (Tamil), kona, vageri, vakai siridam (Sri Lanka) 
Latin America: bano-oriental,  ébano-oriental, coração-de-negro, língua-de-mulher, língua-de-sogra (Brazil)
canjuro (Mexico)
mata-raton (Panama)
acacia
baile de caballero (Venezuela)
acacia chachá, algarroba de olor, amor plantónico, aroma, aroma fracesca, cabellos de ángel, faurestina, florestina, lengua de mujer, lengua viperina (Spanish) Pacific: schepil kalaskas (Carolines)
'arapitia (Cook Islands)
vaivai ni vavalagi (Fiji)
white monkeypod (Hawaii)
kalaskas, mamis, trongkon kalaskas, trongkon-mames, tronkon mames (Marianas Islands)
gumorningabchey, ngumormingobchey (Yap) Lesser Antilles: vieille fille, shack-shack Madagascar: bonara, bwar nwar
fany
faux mendoravina

Tree part: Bark  

Good for: Entire body and balancing bodily fluids by respiration, perspiration, urination, defecation, and expectoration

Treating:  Insects and plant-based poisons (Anti-poisonous herb) from the entire body 
mainly removes blemishes or toxins gathered in the scalp (Head), 
skin disorder and urine problems, breathing-related issues 
Alzheimer`s and Parkinson`s diseases, arthritis,  burns, allergic rhinitis,  bronchitis, and leprosy

Improves: skin complexion, lung functions, sense organs activities, immunity, and rejuvenation

Used as: an immunity booster, blood purifier, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-poison and anti-allergic 

used in:  toothache and diseases of the gum. Decoction of the barks is protective against bronchial asthma, allergic disorders, piles, and diarrhea 

Side effects: No 

Shirisha bark powder

Chemical Composition of Bark

Flavonoids, oleanolic acid, albigenic acid, albigenin, acacic acid. d-catechin,  d-leucocyanidin. alkaloids, anthraquinones, essential oils, flavonoids, glycosides, phenolics, phytosterol, saponins, steroids, and triterpenoids, 7–11% condensed tannin
cardenolide glycosides of digitoxin nature

Using method: cold infusion or hot decoction, not more than 30 ml /day (6 hours - 12 hours gap) on an empty stomach early morning



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