Ficus racemosa Linn.

Arabic Name : Teen Ahmaq
Bengali Name : Jajnadumur, Jagnadumur
Chinese Name : Ju guo rong
English Name : Cluster Fig, Redwood Fig, Country Fig
French Name : Figue De Faisceau
German Name : Traubenfeige
Gujarati Name : Umbaro, Umerdo, Umardo, Umarado
Ficus racemosa Linn
Hindi Name : Doomar, Gular
Kannada Name : Attihanninamara, Oudumbara, Athimara, Attigida
Kashmiri Name : Rumbal
Latin name : Ficus racemosa Linn.
Marathi Name : Atti, Gular, Umbar, Audumbara
Persian Name : Anjeera Ahmaq
Punjabi Name : Kath Gular, Gular
Sanskrit Name : Udumbara, Sadaphala
Urdu Name : Post Gular (Root Bark)

Description : The root-bark is antidiabetic, antidysentery, astringent, diuretic, exhilarant, expectorant, refrigerant, stomachic, styptic and vermifuge. It is a good remedy for excessive appetite. Also used in diabetes, leucoderma and menorrhagia.

Recommended Dosage : Bark : 5 to 7 g powder of dried bark; Fruit : 2 to 4 Pc

Contraindication : This herb has no known warnings or contraindications.

Teen Ahmaq Jajnadumur Jagnadumur Ju guo rong Cluster Fig Redwood Fig Figue De Faisceau Traubenfeige Umbaro Umerdo Ficus racemosa Linn Doomar Gular Attihanninamara Oudumbara Athimara Attigida Rumbal Ficus racemos