Rhus coriaria Linn.

Rhus coriaria Linn

Arabic Name : Summaaq, Timtim, Tamtam, Tumtum
Bengali Name : Sumok
English Name : Sumach, Elm-leaved Sumach
French Name : Sumac
German Name : Gerberstrauch, Sizilianischer Sumach
Hindi Name : Tatrak, Raitung
Kashmiri Name : Samak, Chokmusur
Latin name : Rhus coriaria Linn.
Marathi Name : Sumak
Persian Name : Samaaq, Sumaaq
Punjabi Name : Minas, Ninawa, Samakdana
Sanskrit Name : Tandidik
Urdu Name : Sumaq

Description : The root-bark is an antiseptic, a powerful astringent, diuretic, stomachic, styptic and tonic. It is useful in dysentery, diarrhoea, vomiting, haemoptysis, leucorrhoea and diuresis.

Externally, used for blackening the hair.

Recommended Dosage : 3 to 6 g powder.

Contraindication : This herb has no known warnings or contraindications.

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