Indrayan Fal

Colocynth, (Citrullus colocynthis), also called bitter apple or bitter cucumber, hairy-stemmed perennial vine of the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae), native to the Mediterranean region. The colocynth grows in sandy, coastal, or desert soils and commonly spreads vegetatively. The plant has small, pale greenish yellow flowers, forked tendrils, and hairy, deeply cut leaves. The rounded yellow or green fruits have a bitter taste and yield a strong purgative sometimes used in folk medicine.


Colocynth is an herb. The ripe fruit and seed are used as a medicine.
Despite serious safety concerns, colocynth is used for diabetes, high cholesterol and blood fats called triglycerides, constipation, and tuberculosis. It is also used in combination products for treating liver and gallbladder ailments.
Colocynth is used on the skin for nerve pain in people with diabetes.
The seeds of colocynth fruit are used in bread.

The roots of Bitter Apple ( Indrayan ) is beneficial to treat Acne and it also prevents inflammation associated with Acne.

Colocynth contains chemicals called cucurbitacins. These chemicals are extremely irritating to mucous membranes, including those in the stomach and intestines.


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