What is Combretum quadrangulare?
Combretum quadrangulare, also known as Terminalia quadrangulare, is a species of flowering plant native to India and Southeast Asia. It belongs to the Combretaceae plant family, and is an important plant in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. It has been used to treat a variety of conditions, from infections to diabetes.
Where is Combretum quadrangulare generally used?
Combretum quadrangulare is traditionally used to treat a range of conditions, such as fever, infections, inflammation, skin disorders, and diabetes. It is also used as an astringent, diuretic, and tonic.
Where is Combretum quadrangulare found?
Combretum quadrangulare is found in India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines. In supplement form, it is available in capsules, tablets, and liquid extracts.
What are the health benefits of Combretum quadrangulare?
- Supports healthy blood sugar levels
- Reduces inflammation
- Helps to relieve fever
- Supports healthy digestion
- Protects against infections
- May help to reduce skin conditions
- Can be used as a tonic and astringent
Interesting Facts about Combretum quadrangulare
- Combretum quadrangulare has a long history of use in Ayurveda medicine.
- The leaves and bark of the plant are used in traditional medicine.
- The plant is also known as ‘Chebulic myrobalan’ in Indian medicine.
List of Other Similar Ingredients
- Terminalia arjuna
- Terminalia belerica
- Emblica officinalis
- Phyllanthus emblica
- Cyperus rotundus
- Withania somnifera
- Tinospora cordifolia