Charoli Scientific Name
Charoli Other Names
Hindi: Chironji, Priyal, Kath bhilawa
What is Charoli?
Charoli or Chironji is a slightly sweet almond like flavored seed often used in desserts or as an alternative to almonds. Apart from adding texture to desserts it is used in many Ayurvedic medicines for its therapeutic properties.
Charoli has a cooling property and is often used in summers as it helps in reducing body heat. Charoli also promotes healthy skin, prevents acne, adds moisture and lightens the dark spots and blemishes. It is often crushed and used in body scrubs.
Charoli helps in forming stools, aids in healthy bowel movement and cures diarrhoea. It is also found to improve and promote reproductive health.
Common forms of Charoli
Charoli is commonly used for:
- Treating skin hyperpigmentation
- Reducing acne and pimples
- Treating general weakness
- Treating male sexual dysfunction
- Aiding digestion
- Boosting immunity
- Promoting cardiac health
- Purifying blood
- Treating wounds and ulcers
Powder: As per requirement or as prescribed by the doctor
Charoli Side-effects and Warnings
Common side-effects: Not known
Not so common side-effects: Not known
Pregnant or Nursing Mothers: Not known
Children: Not known
Avoid intake if already suffering from indigestion