Form: Raw Herb

Other Names: 

Habbul Ban, Sabhabh, Zanzalakht, Ghora Nim, Mahanim, Sen shu, Lien chou, Persian Lilac, Pride of India, Chinaberry Tree, Common Bead Tree, Azadirak commun Melia azedarach Linn, Zedrachbaum, Persischer Flieder, Chinesischer Holunder, Paternosterbaum, Bakanlimbodo, Bakain, Bakayan, Mahaneem, Turaka Bevu, Huchha Bevu, Chikka Bevu, Melia azedarach, Bakananimb, Tak, Drek, Mahanimba, Himadruma, Parvatanimba Vraksha, Bakain, Bakayen

Bakayan Phal , Melia azedarach , Mahanimb, Bakain Fal, Persian Lilac, Bkayan Phal , Bakayn, Bkayn, Mahaneem, Maha Neem, Mahanim बकायन फल , Bakhayan Fal, Bakyan, Bakyaan, Vembaka bakayan phal बकायन फल bakain fal

A multipurpose ornamental tree, the chinaberry tree (Melia azedarach Linn) is also known as the Bakayan tree, Persian lilac, Pride of India, and Maha Neem. This tree, which is indigenous to the Indo-Malayan regions, is frequently seen in parks and at the sides of roads in India. However, the Chinaberry tree (also known as the Bakayan tree) is more than simply a pretty tree to look at. Because of its medicinal properties, the Ayurvedic system values the Chinaberry tree (also known as the Bakayan tree) highly. The potent Neem tree is actually closely related to the Chinaberry tree (Bakayan tree), which is sometimes used as a substitute for Neem. Ayurveda uses almost all of the parts of the Chinaberry tree (also known as the Bakayan tree), including the bark, fruit, leaves, flower, and seeds. It calms the pitta dosha, in accordance with Ayurveda. It has a cooling efficacy as well as an astringent, pungent, and bitter taste. The indigenous tree of Indo-Malayan and Australasian regions, the bakayan is a species of deciduous tree and a member of the Mahagony family. This tree is mostly utilised for its wood and is also employed in numerous pharmaceutical formulations. The fruits are deadly to people if taken in big quantities, but not to birds because they eat the complete seeds, which gives the birds a drunken effect. To safeguard food that has been stored, this tree's leaves are utilised as a natural pesticide.

Benefits of Bakayan Phal:

Used to treat a variety of conditions, including gout, inflammation, mouth ulcers, dandruff, and piles.

While leaves are used to treat foul breath, gum issues, and moth ulcers, seeds are used to treat piles.

The powdered Bakayan seeds, combined with Amla powder and Muleti powder, can be used to treat heavy menstrual cycles, uterine issues, and vaginal infections.

The decoction prepared from the bark and leaves of the bakayan tree is used to cure persistent or chronic fever.

The bark of the Bakayan tree can also be used to make a decoction that can be used to treat arthritis, kidney issues, high serum creatinine, and uric acid.

Juice from fresh leaves can be used to treat skin conditions like ringworm, eczema, itching, and skin burns.

When taken regularly on an empty stomach in the morning, Bakayan dry seed powder can relieve intestinal parasites and illnesses.

Goiters, tumours on the body, excessive levels of body fat or cholesterol, and aberrant cell growth can all be treated using a powder produced from dry Bakayan leaves, bark, and seeds in the right amounts.

Bakayan is also a powerful blood purifier.