Nagkeshar Scientific Name
Nagkeshar Other Names
Hindi: Nagkesar, Nogkesar, Nagakeshar
Chinese: Tie li Mu
Russian: Meua Zheleznaia
Sanskrit: Nagkesar, Nagpushp
What is Nagkeshar?
Nagkeshar or Nagkesar is a powerful Ayurvedic herb that is found to work on Migraines. It is also helpful in treating fever, vomiting, UTIs etc.
It has expectorant properties that moves mucus from the lungs and aids in asthma. It has an astringent property that helps in treating bleeding piles, stomach irritation and dysentry. It is an effective anti-inflammatory and relieves pain, swelling and redness.
Common forms of Nagkeshar
Stamens, Powder, Oil, Seeds
Nagkeshar is commonly used for:
- Curing hemorrhage
- Treating indigestion
- Treating fever
- Treating bleeding piles
- Managing asthma
- Promoting wound healing
- Curing joint Pain
- Curing headache
- Reducing inflammation in rheumatism
- Treating skin disorders
Oil: 2-5 drops as required or as prescribed by the doctor
Nagkeshar Side-effects and Warnings
Common side-effects: Not known
Not so common side-effects: Not known
Pregnant or Nursing Mothers: Not enough conclusive scientific data, but use only under medical supervision.
Children: Not Known
Nagkesar is heat-producing or Ushna and can cause skin rashes if applied undiluted. Hence always use after diluting in coconut oil.