Use of Thankuni as Medicines, Classification of Medicine
Thankuni is a medicinal plant that is used for the treatment of Leprosy, Eczema, Psoriasis, Diarrhea and other conditions.
(Last Updated on : 16-01-2017)
or Thankuni is an important herbal remedy in Ayurvedic medicine
, notably for leprosy
and as a "tonic" herb. The properties of this plant are said to resemble those of Brahmi (Herpestes Monniera
), both being regarded as alterative, tonic, and useful in diseases of the skin
, nervous system
. The fresh juice of the leaves is given with milk
powder, as an alterative tonic.
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