Because of its anti-inflammatory and analgesic characteristics, Banyan Aerial Roots aids in lowering pain and inflammation related to arthritis. Because Banyan bark has anti-inflammatory properties, applying a paste of it to gums can alleviate gum irritation.


Herbs like banyan Aerial Roots are good for preventing diarrhea. In Ayurveda, diarrhoea is also referred to as atisar. It is brought on by eating unsuitable foods, drinking impure water, toxins, being under stress, and Agnimandya (weak digestive fire).

These things collectively cause Vata to become aggravated. This worsened Vata takes fluid from numerous bodily tissues into the intestine and combines it with the feces. This causes diarrhea or loose, watery bowel movements.

Due to its Kashaya (astringent) function, Banyan bark powder can help regulate the loss of water from the body by causing the stool to be thick.


A thick, white discharge from the female genitalia is known as leucorrhea. Leucorrhea, in Ayurveda, is attributed to an imbalance of the Kapha dosha. Banyan's Roots Kashaya (astringent) characteristic helps it perform well in leucorrhea. It lessens the effects of leucorrhea and aids in controlling exacerbated Kapha.

Skin Wounds

When used on skin cuts and injuries, banyan is a powerful herb for controlling bleeding. Due to its Kashaya (astringent) and Sita (cool) qualities, Banyan bark paste or Kwath (decoction) aids in controlling bleeding and speeds up wound healing.

Skin tan

Sunburn can be treated with banyan. Sunburn is caused by the Pitta dosha being more aggravated after prolonged sun exposure, according to Ayurveda. Due to the Banyan Aerial roots Sita (cold) and Ropan (healing) properties, applying paste made from the bark to the affected area has a fantastic cooling effect and lessens burning sensation.

Banyan's anti-allergic properties may be utilised to treat asthma. By lowering inflammation, it facilitates breathing and aids in the clearing of obstructions in the respiratory tracts. To treat asthma, one might externally apply Banyan tree bark paste.