Bamboo Manna

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Biological Name: Bumbusa spinosa, Bumbusa orientalls, Bumbusa apous, Bumbusa arundinaciabamboo manna

Other Names: Bans, Vamsh Lochan, Vamsha Lochana, Bamboo Manna

Additional Info: The herb grows in the mountainous areas of India.

Elements Applied: Leaves, bark, female plant stems, roots, and seeds are applied in herbal medicine.

Used for: In general, the plant is used to relieve spasms, induce expectoration, rejuvenate the organism, boost blood circulation and reduce pains.

The leaves are particularly applied for killing helminthes, boosting sexual desire, inducing menstruation, fighting fevers and stimulating the organism.

Among the conditions cured by the plant are the following: vomiting, ulcers, skin conditions, palpitation, fevers, emaciation, dehydration, debility, coughs, consumption, colds, bleeding, asthma, and anxiety.

The plant stimulates liver and heart functionality, and calms the nervous system down. It fights fever thirst, eliminates anxiety, boosts blood circulation, kills helminthes, stimulates the system in the period of convalescence, and helps treat tissue deficiency.

Preparation and Intake: The plant is taken in form of powder, water or milk decoction.

Safety: Warning! May enhance congestion if taken purely. To avoid congestion, combine it with ginger or other bitter herbs.

There is no additional data concerning the plant’s safety level.

Exercise care. Plants applied in Ayurvedic medicine are commonly mixed with other herbal remedies in order to reduce the toxic effect one of them may produce on the organism. Taken only under medical control.