|Common Name||Arjun tree|
|Botanical Name||Terminalia arjuna|
|Synonyms||Thella maddi, kumbuk, marudha maram, neer maruthu, Hole Matthi|
|Part used||Bark and leaves|
|Product nature||Dry Arjun Bark|
The Arjuna tree is about 20-25 meters high, supported by the trunk, forming a broad crown on the crown, with its branches hanging down. It has oblong conical leaves with green tops and brown bottoms. Between March and June, pale yellow flowers appear on the tree.
The tree usually grows near river banks or dry river beds in Bangladesh, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, and south-central India.
Arjuna in powder form is used to treat wounds, bleeding, and ulcers. Traditionally, dried Arjun bark has been used to treat heart disease and is known as the “guardian of the heart”.
It also has antibacterial, anti-mutagenic, hypolipidemic, antioxidant and cholesterol-lowering, and anti-inflammatory effects. Dry Arjun bark can regulate cholesterol by lowering the content of LDL in the liver and act as a natural liver tonic.