Hindi:- Arjun, Koh, kahu, Anjan
Sanskrit:- Kakumbh,Indrad, Arjun parth, Dhananjaya
Marathi:- Sarda, Sardhol
Bengali:- Arjun Gach
English:- Arjuna Myrobalan
Latin:- Terminalia Arjuna
Other common names are:-
White Marudah, Koha, Kahu, Arjan, Arjun Sadada, Sadura, Dhanvi, Indradruma, Kakubha, Karvirak, Kadukkaya, Kakubha, Kalidruma, Karkchettu, Karshaphala, Kumbuk, Manja lawai, Mirobalanos índicos, Mirobaran no ki, Chebulische, Dhavala, Gall nut, Haritaki, Haritali, Harra, Harro, He li le, He Zi, Indradru, Ink nut, Jangalii harro, Kadukka, Kadukkai, Myrobalan, Myrobolan Bellirique, Rispiger, Thuulo harro Tropical Almond, Veeravriksha, White Murdh, Arjuna Myrobalan, Sadad, Partha, Svetavaha, Sadad, Sajada, Matti, Bilimatti, Neermatti, Mathichakke, Kudare Kivimase, Nirmasuthu, Vellamaruthi, Kellemasuthu, Mattimora, Torematti, Arjon, Marudam, Maddi, Bala Harade, Balera, Behada, Beleric Myrobalan, Belleric Myrobalan, Carambole Marron, Chebulic Myrobalan, Belliric Myrobalan, Bhibitaki, Bibhitak, Bibitaki, Myrobolan Chébule, Myrobalanenbaum, Nadisraja, Partha, Pathya, Vibhitaki, Black myrobalan, Arjun, Thella maddi, kumbuk, Marudha maram, Neer maruthu, Hole Matthi, Abhaya, Amandier Indien, Amandier Tropical, Arale, Arjan des Indes, Arjuna, Badamier Géant, Baheda, Bahera, Axjun Argun, Badamier, Badamier chebule, Hirala, Indian Almond, Indian gall nut, Indian gallnut, Indian gall-nut, Gallnut, Hara, Harad, Harada, Harade
This is evergreen and deciduous trees mostly grow in tropical regions having near about 200 types of species. these trees are a good source of gum, timber, dyes, and tannin.in Tibetan medicine it is known as the king of medicines.its bark, leaves have an important place in folk medicines. It requires fertile sandy soil with good sunlight to grow. Its seeds are sown mostly on 18-24` C temperature.
Parts used:- Bark
Properties:- Arjuna is one of the best cardiac tonics. Having somewhat red-colored bark, it is also known for a stress reliever. Arjuna balances Pitta and Kapha doshas. It has antioxidant properties too.
Uses of Arjuna:-
1:-Arjuna has astringent Properties hence it detoxifies the blood
2:- it helps to clean urinary tract infections.
3:-Arjuna plays an important role in lowering Cholesterol.
4:-It stimulates stamina and helps in increasing the energy level of the body.
5:- As it is one of the best cardio tonics so It helps to stabilize the heart functioning. 6:- it helps in clearing skin infection like Acne, pimples.
How to take Arjuna:-
1:- ¼ to ½ teaspoon of Arjuna bark powder to be taken twice a day with honey/water after meals.
2:- For acne pimples make a paste of arjuna bark powder, add honey, mix this paste and apply this paste on face after 5-10 minutes wash the face with water.