False Daisy, Bringaraja (Sanskrit), Kesharaja (Sanskrit), Han
Lian Cao (Chinese), Bhangra (Hindi)
Alterative, Astringent, Febrifuge, Hemostatic, Laxative,
Nervine, Rejuvenative, Vulnerary, Yin Tonic.
Alopecia, Anemia, Balding, Cirrhosis, Dysentery, Gray Hair,
Hepatitis, Insomnia, Jaundice, Liver Stagnation, Loose Teeth,
Restlessness, Spleen Enlargement, Tinnitus.
Application: Tea, Tincture, and Capsules: In India, Bringaraj
is taken with honey to prevent senility, and it is also used in massage
oils as a rejuvenative.
Application: Made into an oil that is used on the scalp to
benefit hair. Compress to reduce inflammation.
Bitter, Pungent, Sweet, Cool.
Constituents: Saponins, nicotine, tannin, beta carotene,
Contraindications: Avoid in cases of severe chills.
herb helps one have beautiful skin.