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The botanical name of Lodhra is Symplocos racemosa roxb, and it is a well-known herb used in Ayurvedic medicine. It is a member of the Symplocaceae family. The plant, which may reach heights of 6 metres, is most commonly found in the northeastern hilly regions of the Indian subcontinent (Nagpur, Manipur), Burma, and other tropical and subtropical regions of Asia, Australia, America, and Malaysia. The stem bark is the most important part of the plant and is used to make Ayurvedic and Unani remedies, even though the entire plant, including the leaves, roots, flowers, and all other parts, is highly valuable.
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An evergreen tree with tropical origins is called lodhra. Its stem, which ranges in colour from grayish-brown to pale-whitish brown, is irregular, rough, and speckled with white patches and fissures. The majority of plants have simple, elliptic-oblong or elliptic-lanceolate leaves with an attenuate base, narrow apex, and slightly curved margins. On both side curves, it is generally globular, polished, and shiny above the nerve pair. Flowers are white, bisexual, and tiny. It has five lobes and a unique scent. The majority of fruits in nature are drupes, which have a globose, cylindrical shape and a purplish-black colour. The 1-3 embedded seeds often have a woody endocarp, are oblong, and are firm.
Many regions of the world have different names for Lodhra. In English, it is primarily referred to as Lodh tree or Symplocos bark. In the Indian subcontinent, vernacular names of Lodhra include Lodh, Bodhra, Lodha in Hindi, Pachotti in Malayalam, Lodhra, Lodha, Lodh in Bengali, Vellilathi, Vellilothram, Velli, Velli lothi in Tamil, Lodhuga in Telugu, Vellilathi, Vellilothram, Velli, Velli lothi in Marathi, Lodhra in Kannada, Lodhaz in Gujarati, and Lodhar in Punjabi.
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