Bakayan Phal (Fruit) – Melia azedarach – Mahanimba – Bakain

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Bakayan Phal (Fruit) Bakain , Persian Lilac

Latin – Melia azedarach

 

Synonyms  : 

Melia semperrirens Sw.
Melia bukayun Royle.

Parts : Fruit

Origin : India

Other Names – Mahanimba, Maha nimba, Khammaga, Ghoranim, Mahanim, Gora-Nim, Persian Lilac, Chinaberry, Bead Tree, Bastard Cedar, Indian/Barbados/Cape Lilac, Bakain, Drek, Deikna,  Bakan Limado, Bakai Nimbu, Bakain, Drek, Deikna, Bakarja, Malla Nim, Kadu Bevu, Malaveppu, Bakana Nimb, Dharek, Drek, Ramyaka, Dreka, Malaivembu, Mallay Vembu, Puvempu, Malaivembu,  Turakavepa, Taraka Vepa, Maghz-E-Bakain, Bakaayan, Paraiso, Bagaluñga, Balagañgo, Lilas Des Antilles, Lilas Des Indes, Fleurs Lilas, Piment D’eau, Zedarachßaum, Paternosterßaum. Marambung, Mindi, Gringging, Albero Dei Paternostri, Gringging, Bakena, Bakaina, Bakaino, Persian Lilac

 

Melia azedarach is known as Maha nimba, Nimbaraka, Karmuka, Visa mustika, Ramyaka, Girika, Udreka, Kshira and Kesha Mushtika, Arista, Brihannimba and Parvatanimba in Sanskrit.

 

Ayurvedic Classification : 

Rasa (taste on the tongue):          Kashaya (Astringent), Katu (Pungent), Tikta (Bitter)
Guna (Pharmacological Action): Ruksha (Dry),
Virya (Action):                                 Shita (Cooling)
Vipaka (Post Digestive effect) :    Katu (Pungent)

 

Doshas : Pecifies Pitta dosha

 

Ayurvedic  Karma / Actions

Grahi: Inspissants; stomachic, digestive, and heating qualities dry the fluids of the body.
Kasahara: Removes cough.
Pittahara: Pacifies Pitta Dosha.
Raktadoshahar:  blood purifying.

 

 

Weight

50g Sampler, 250 grams, 1kg

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