Kamarkas or Bengal Kino is also known as Flame of the forest, parrot tree, and bastard teak belongs to the Leguminosae family, grows widely in tropical and sub-tropical regions of Southern Asia and Indian Subcontinent. Bengal Kino is used highly in traditional medicine manufacturing because of the pharmaceutical, biological, and diuretic properties to cure various ailments and disorders. Bengal Kino is pungent and bitter and promotes post-digestive effects. The presence of antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, and hypoglycemic, astringent, and antifungal in kamarkas are considered effective in treating the swellings, infections, and promote chemo-protection. Essential minerals content, including phenolics, flavonoids, anthraquinones, alkaloids, potassium, sodium, and iron, enhance its usefulness in the medical industry and can be used as a protein supplement.
The anthelmintic activities prevent diarrhea; however, the laxative and aphrodisiacal approach make it useful for fractures, back pain, piles, dynasty, and ulcers. The proper consumption of kamarkas brings significant hypolipidemic, antidiabetic, and antiperoxidative impacts.
The paste of Kamarkas seeds as containing alkaloid palasonin is an efficient remedy for skin disorders, eczema, ringworm, and tinea. Being the potent astringent, this herb can treat somatic, hemorrhages, and dysentery.
- Detoxifying agent
- Bioactive Compound
- Treat thrombotic and pains
- Prevents stomach cancer and ulcers
- Relieves back pain during or after pregnancy
- Eliminates cardiovascular risks
- Activate mast cells in the human body
- Cure Impotency
- Good for chronic fever
- Boost memory