PANGRA NUTS also Known as Indian Coral Tree, Pangra Nuts
Erythrina Variegata

Pangra Nuts

Botanical Name
Family Name
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Common Name
Erythrina Variegata
Fabaceae
Leaves, Seeds
Grows wild in deciduous forests and is cultivated in gardens for the ornament.
Seeds
Indian Coral Tree, Pangra Nuts

Uses:

The leaves are laxative, diuretic, anthelmintic, galactagogue and emmenagogue
Leaves are also applied externally for joint pain.
The bark is used as a laxative, diuretic and expectorant.
Nuts are brown in color and have healing property. Also used in medicinal soaps.
It is used in digestive disturbances, worm infestation, blood disorders, urine related problems, and sexual problems and in menstrual disturbances.
It is also used in skin related troubles, obesity and fevers.
It is being used in lymphadenopathy, joint pains, wounds inflammation and eyes related problems.