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Tamalapatra

Tamalapatra (CINAMOMUM TAMALA)

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Tamalapatra (CINAMOMUM TAMALA)

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Please select the varition of this herb you would like to purchase, Single Unit is 350 gm
Product Name Price Qty
Tamalapatra's Raw Herb
Rs.1,350
Tamalapatra's Powder
Rs.1,630
Tamalapatra's Oil
Rs.2,700
Tamalapatra's Extract
Rs.4,050

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Quantity: 350 gm, See dosage and product description below
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BOTANICAL NAME

CINAMOMUM TAMALA

FAMILY

LAURACEAE

OTHER NAMES

 

Sanskrit

Tamalapatra, Patra, Patranamaka, Patraka, Tamala, Gandhapatraka

Hindi

Tejpat, Tamalapatra

Urdu

Tejpat

English

Cassia cinnamon, Cassia lignea, Indian cassia lignea, Indian cinnamon

Bengali

Tejpat, Tehpatra

Gujrati

Tamalapatra, Taj

Kannada

Lavangapatti, Patraka

Marathi

Paccila, Karuvapatta, Tailpatram

Punjabi

Tamalapatra

Tamil

Tajpater

Telgu

Tamalapattiri, Lavangapatri, Talisapatri, Akupatri

OTHER INFORMATION

 

DESCRIPTION

A medium sized evergreen tree about 8 m high, bark thin, rough,

brownish. Leaves simple, opposite,

sub-opposite or alternate, 12.5 - 20 * 5-7.5 cm, ovate-lanceolate

or oblong, acuminate, coricaceous, glabrous, glaucous beneath,

3-nerved, petiole 7.5 - 13 mm long.

PHARMACOGNOSY

Leaf : Leaves 12.5 - 20 cm long, 5-7.5 cm wide at the centre,

3 converging nerves from base

to apex, young leaves pink; petiole 7.5- 13 mm long; margin entire,

apex acute or acuminate,

both surfaces smooth; odour aromatic; taste slightly sweet,

mucilaginous. Transverse section

of petiole and midrib shows epidermis externally covered with cuticle,

uniseriate, multicellular,

trichomes present, oil cells single or in group, isolated large stone cells,

much lignified showing striations found scattered.

DISTRIBUTION

Distributed in tropical and subtropical Himalyas, along the Eastern Himalyas

between 900-2400 m

in Assam, Sikkim, West Bengal, Mizoram, Meghalya and along the Western

Hiumalyas between 1000-1800 m in Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttaranchal

and Uttar Pradesh.

                       

CULTIVATION

The plant usually prefers moist shady slopes and is usually cultivated at an altitude of 800-1200 m.

Plants are raised from seeds sown in nursery beds during March-April.

PART (S) USED

LEAF, STEM, BARK, OIL

DOSE

Leaf powder 1-3 gm

CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS

Linallol, Cinnamaldehyde, Eugenol, Isoeugenol, Cinnamic aldehyde,

Quercetin, Kaempferol

PHYSICAL CONSTITUENTS

Foreign matter 2 %, Total ash 5 %, Acid insoluble ash 1 %,

Alcohol soluble extractive 6 %, Water soluble extractive 9 %, Volatile oil 1 %

AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES

 

GUNA (Quality)

Laghu, Pichil, Tikshan

RASA (Taste)

Katu, Madhur

VIPAK (Metabolism)

Katu

VIRYA (Potency)

Ushan

PRABHAV (Impact)

Kaphavatashamak

PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTION

Antibacterial, Hypoglycaemic, Antioxidant, Antifungal,

Antidermatophytic, Antimicrobial, Hypolipidaemic, Antiviral

THERAPEUTIC USES

Aromatic   ·   Thermogenic   ·   Alexiteric   ·   Anthelmintic   ·   Diuertic ·   Stimulant   ·   Carminative  ·   Cardiac disorders   ·  Cough   ·   Cold  ·  

Diarrhoea   ·   Proctitis   ·   Opthalmia   ·   Gonorrhoea

 

 

Additional Information

Weight(gm) -shipping 350.0000
Botanical Name CINAMOMUM TAMALA
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