Form: Dried Raw Herb- Seeds

Kanchan Seeds/Indrayani Seeds: Kachnar is a deciduous tree with a spreading crown and a short bole that grows to a height of 5 to 15 metres. The tree's twigs are skinny, angled, light green, hairy, and brownish grey in hue.

The inner bark is pinkish in colour, fibrous, and bitter. The outside bark is scaly, smooth to slightly fissured, and brownish grey in colour.

This plant from Kanchan Seeds, which is an orchid tree and a member of the Fabaceae (legume) family, is bursting with healthful and delicious nutrients (if made the right way of course).

Be aware that raw blossoming orchid buds taste harsh. Kanchan Seeds typically grows to a height of 50 to 60 feet and requires little maintenance. Given their beauty, it is only fitting that the red blossoms of Indrayani Seeds have been compared in English to the red lips of the beloved.

Advantages of Kanchan/Champak Seeds

1. In scrofulous enlargements of cervical glands, the bark powder is given with dried ginger powder and rice water. Decoction of flower 
buds is given to treat bleeding disorders such as abnormally heavy or prolonged menstruation, bleeding piles, blood in urine, and 
bleeding from mucous surface. The flowers have laxative action. Leaves are nutritive, anti-diabetic. Kanchan Seeds are used both 
internally and externally.

2. The bark powder is administered along with dried ginger powder and rice water in cases of scrofulous enlargements of the cervical glands. 
To cure bleeding diseases such abnormally heavy or protracted menstruation, bleeding piles, blood in the urine, and bleeding from the 
mucosal surface, flower buds are infused in a decoction. The blooms have a diuretic effect. Leaf nutrition and anti-diabetic properties. 
Kanchan Seeds have both internal and exterior applications.

3. It soothes and treats conditions caused by the Kapha and Pitta Doshas.

4. It helps manage weight loss and cleanses the blood.

5. It is used in the treatment of diabetes, worms, tumours, haemorrhoids, and tuberculosis.

6. Promotes digestion and aids in the treatment of liver diseases.

Other Names: Michelia Champaca, Beej Kanchan