Malai Vembu / Chinaberry Powder

Brand : Mullai
Rs.90
Quick Overview

Malaivembu tree is frequently confused with Neem. However, the structure of the leaves and the colour of the flowers, A large evergreen tree native to India, growing wild in the sub-Himalayan region. In India, Muslims are credited with the spread of the tree. The bark is reddish brown, becoming fissured on mature trees. The deciduous leaves are bipinnate and 1-2 ft long. The individual leaflets, each about 2 in long and less than half as wide, are pointed at the tips and have toothed edges. In spring and early summer.

To Know More Details About Malai Vembu / Chinaberry Powder

50 grams


Botanical Name        : Melia azedarach
English Name            : Chinaberry
Tamil Name               : மலைவேம்பு / Malaivembu

Hindi Name                : बकैन  / Bakain

 


About Malaivembu (Chinaberry Leaf):-

Malaivembu tree is frequently confused with Neem. However, the structure of the leaves and the color of the flowers, A large evergreen tree native to India, growing wild in the sub-Himalayan region. In India, Muslims are credited with the spread of the tree. The bark is reddish brown, becoming fissured on mature trees. The deciduous leaves are bipinnate and 1-2 ft long. The individual leaflets, each about 2 in long and less than half as wide, are pointed at the tips and have toothed edges. In spring and early summer.

 

Benefits of Malaivembu (Chinaberry Leaf):-

  • Malaivembu for dengue: The plant is mainly used as dengue fever medication to improve the blood platelets count.
  • Malaivembu is useful for women’s infertility:  In ayurvedic treatment, this herbal plant parts are used to treat fertility problems and uses as a natural medication to conceive.
  • Malaivembu powder for mosquito repellent: The powdered leaves are also used as a natural mosquito repellent. The smoke from burnt leaves of malaivembu can prove helpful to solve the problem of mosquitoes.
  • Stomach worm medication: Those who are suffering from intestine worms can take advantage of the leaves of malaivembu. Chew and eat the fresh leaves everyday morning on empty stomach for a few weeks.

Procurement & Agriculture Method:

90% of Our Herbs are Wild crops and 100% organic by nature; remaining 10% are organically grown, dried, and pulverized with no chemical or preservatives.


Disclaimer:

 The Consumption details and benefits listed out in our website are taken from Tamil ancient books and Siddha records, as well as its been further fine-tuned by our Siddha Doctors Team. Anyhow you are requested to consult your Doctor before use.