Vijaysar Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Vijaysar is widely used in Ayurveda as a rejuvenating herb. The bark of Vijaysar has significant importance in Ayurveda in managing diabetes and is also known as “The miracle cure for Diabetes” mainly due to its bitter nature.
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Vijaysar has anti-diarrhea activity and helps manage symptoms of diarrhea. One of the studies state that the heartwood extract of Vijaysar significantly reduced the frequency and severity of diarrhea due to the presence of flavonoids.
Yes, Vijaysar reduces excess fat in the body due to its anti-obesity property. It increases the metabolism of the body and reduces cholesterol and triglyceride levels, thereby, reducing the body weight.
Vijaysar helps manage cholesterol levels due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. These properties help to lower the level of bad cholesterol (LDL) in the body and thereby maintaining healthy cholesterol levels.
The heart wood of Vijaysar has various medicinal properties. Drinking water kept overnight in Vijaysar wood tumbler helps in managing blood sugar levels. Vijaysar wood is used as an astringent which causes the contraction of skin cells and also manages inflammation due to its anti-inflammatory property.
Yes, Vijaysar helps in removing worms from stomach due to its anthelmintic activities. It expels the parasitic worms from the body without harming the host.
There are no major side effects of Vijaysar if taken in the prescribed amount. However, It is generally advisable to consult your doctor before taking Vijaysar.
Yes, Vijaysar is used for managing dental problems like toothache due to its astringent and healing properties. It causes contraction of skin cells in the mouth and provides strength to gums and teeth.