Kadam Scientific Name

Neolamarckia cadamba

Kadam Other Names

English: Bur-flower tree, Laran, Common Bur Flower
Chinese: Dà yè huáng liángmù
German: Kadamb
Hindi: Kadam, Kadamb
Indonesia: Kalempajan
Italian: Kadam, Kadamba
Japanese: Kadamu
Sanskrit: Ashokari, Dhara-kadambo, Dhārākadambaḥ

What is Kadam?

Kadam, commonly known as Common Bur Flower, is a large, evergreen tree with white and yellow flowers. In Ayurveda, it is used as medicine in treating diabetes and protecting the body from uncommon bacteria. This herb possesses strong medicinal properties, which help to improve the health of the person.

Common forms of Kadam

Bark, Fruit

Kadam is commonly used for:

  • Reducing digestive disturbances
  • Treating parasitic infection
  • Treating high cholesterol and triglycerides
  • Supporting antibacterial activity
  • Treating musculoskeletal diseases
  • Treating fungal infections

Kadam Dosage

Bakr Powder: 3-6g
Fruit Juice: 10-20ml

Kadam 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.

Not known.

Where to Buy Kadam in the US?

Chinmayi Kulkarni

Chinmayi is a Nutritionist turned Marketer, with Masters in both Marketing and Nutrition. Her focus is to combine her knowledge to understand and evangelize Ayurveda.

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