Health Benefits of Bakul
Bakul tree is especially useful in treating gum problems and dental disorders such as bleeding gums, loose teeth, sensitive teeth, cavities etc. The unripe fruits are astringent and are recommended to be chewed for the purpose of fixing loose teeth. Its tender parts are used as tooth brush. The bark and seed coat are used for strengthening the gum. Its fruits are eaten raw and also prepared as pickle. The bark of tree is used to improve fertility in women. The fruits are edible and used to treat chronic dysentery.
Dose of Bakul in Medicine
It is used under the name of ‘Vajradanti’, in preparation of various herbal tooth powders along with many other ingredients such as catechu, pomegranate bark etc. The bark is described as astringent. A decoction of the bark is used as a gargle in diseases of the gums and teeth.
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