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Elaeocarpus is a genus of tropical and subtropical evergreen trees and shrubs. The seeds of Elaeocarpus ganitrus are used to make rudraksha, a type of. Elaeocarpus sphaericus (rudraksha), belonging to the family Elaeocarpeaceae is popular in indigenous system of medicine including Ayurveda, Siddha and. The genus, Elaeocarpus, is believed to have more than sps. It is distributed from Madagascar in the west, to India, SE Asia, Malaysia, south China, Japan.

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Thank you for showing these An evaluation of the antidiabetic effects of Elaeocarpus ganitrus in experimental animals. The natural and planted forest stands of the species are therefore becoming increasingly threatened.

Sphaeficus he opened his lotus shaped eyes tears fell from them on the earth.

I was told that it is of Rudraksha but I doubt so. Blue Fig or Quandong – Elaeocarpus Angustifolius. It is interesting to note that large number of bees were on the flowers of this tree.

Khare Elaeocarpus ganitrus Roxb. Positive and negative effects of Rudraksh plant parts alone and in combination with other herbs on selected medicinal and aromatic crops.

A small tree seen in Lalbagh with many buds, no open flowers It looks like Anacardiaceae member, but not sure. You can enrich Rudraksh through Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge.


Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants. The type of bead formed varies with the environment and location of the trees; for instance, the Himalayan beads are larger, heavier and therapeutically more powerful due to the environment they grow in.

It encloses a dense cellular endosperm comprising of calcium oxalate druses and tubercles Singh et al. I saw this tree for the first time at Dehradun. Location- chandigarh habit- medium sized Tree habitat- shot at a garden temperature- 15 degree C minimum fruits- still raw almost 1inch across, round taste like that of the raw Terminalia bellirica fruit. Non Timber Forest Products, In Hindi another plant is also known Rudraksha- Guazuma ulmifolia of Sterculiaceaethe plant in photo is not the same.

Elaeocarpus sphaericus — Vikaspedia

The tree is tall and straight. I think the salt resistant plant which you were mentioning is Scaveola taccada. I had never dphaericus flowers’ pictures before now thru your efforts and elaeocarps will get to see the seeds.

Positive and negative effects of Rudraksh plant parts alone and in combination with other herbs on selected Ornamentals. Owing to these properties, the beads enjoy a good market and have an excellent commercial value.

Rudraksh based Traditional herbal combinations and its use in different stages of Sickle Cell Anaemia in Indian state Chhattisgarh.


Elaeocarpus sphaericus

Attachments elaeocarpue It is Elaeocarpus angustifolius Blume During my recent visit this month, I could find ripe fruits which were blue in color. Besides, conventional vegetative propagation methods using branch cuttings may result in plagiotropic growth Joshi et al.

In vitro propagation of Gigantochloa atroviolaceae Widjaja through nodal explants. It is related to Hindu mythology.

Elaeocarpus ganitrus – Wikipedia

The stem is cylindrical with a dirty white and coarse textured bark. The structures of elaeocarpidine, a new indole alkaloid.

December 03, ; Published: Elaeocarpus species sphxericus known to contain several chemicals such as triterpenes, tannins e. Fruiting is delayed; taking about years to fruit.

The seeds prefer a clayey or loamy, slightly acidic 6. How to cite this article: This study briefly elaeocadpus the botany, pharmacology, biochemistry and concerns in propagation and conservation of this species.

Another little known fact is that the timber of the Rudraksha tree was used to make aeroplane propellors during World War I. Many elafocarpus back I conducted field experiments on different aspects of Rudraksh with farmers and herb growers.