Health The betel plant is referred to as the slender creeper with fine aroma and has its branches at the nodes. Its branches are somewhat swollen at the nodes. This particular plant is found to be smooth, shining and has huge stalked leaves with pointed apex. It .prises of seven ribs which arise from the base and one seeded small berries. It India it is known by the name of Pan and is considerably cultivated in the parts of Tamil Naidu, west Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Orissa ad Uttar Pradesh. It is found to be enriched with minerals and vitamins such as carotene, thiamine, riboflavin, vitamin C, niacin, thiamine and calcium. It is found to be having an aromatic odor and burning taste. It has several healing and curing properties. It acts as an aphrodisiac is beneficial in arresting the excessive bleeding and secretion. It .es with various home remedies. Weakness of Nerves: It proves to be an effective remedy for the nervous pain, debility and exhaustion. It is advised that a juice of betel leaves should be consumed with 1 tsp of honey two times a day for beneficial results. Headaches: To cure headaches it is advised that the leaves if betel leaves should be applied over the affected area for beneficial results. Respiratory Disorders: For curing the respiratory disorders it is advised that the betel leaves should be warmed with mustard oil over the affected area for beneficial results. Sore throat: For curing sore throat it is advised that the berries of the plant should be crushed finely and consumed with honey two times a day for beneficial results. Inflammation: for treating the arthritic inflammations it is advised that betel leaves should be applied over the affected area for beneficial results Wounds: For healing wounds it is advised that juice of betel leaves should be applied over the affected area and later the betel leave should be tied over it that will heal the wound in two days. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: