White Frangipani Scientific Name
White Frangipani Other Names
English: White Plumeria
Hindi: Khair Champa, Gulcheen
What is White Frangipani?
White Frangipani is known for its district physical features. It can be easily spotted as a white flower with a dab of yellow near the middle of the flower. It is intensely fragrant, tubular, and waxy. Its main medical property is that it acts as a latex which is often corrosive and drastic. Latex is frequently applied to scabies, herpes, and ulcers. The seed is hemostatic, which means it stops hemorrhage. Moreover, its bark is bruised and applied as a plaster over hard tumors. Some find White Frangipani to be cardiotonic, diuretic, hypotensive and purgative.
Common forms of White Frangipani
Root Bark, Flowers, Seeds
White Frangipani is commonly used for:
- Treating Malaria
- Treating Leprosy
- Treating Rheumatism
- Curing Abdominal tumors
- Treating skin diseases (when milky sap from stem and leaf is applied to the skin)
- Treating hard tumors
White Frangipani Dosage
White Frangipani 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.