Lasora is also known as Sebesten plum, Cordia dichotoma, and Cordia Myxa is a well-known herb found largely in India belongs to the Boraginaceae family, sweet in taste while Sebesten plum uses are remarkably for medicinal purposes. It possesses antidiabetic, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, diuretic, appetite suppressant and anti-ulcer properties and recommended highly for cough, hemorrhage, and biliousness.
The cytoprotective effects prevent ulcers while maintaining stomach functionality against bacterias and germs. Because of the demulcent and expectorant approach, Sebesten plum Lasora is considered highly beneficial for cold effects, bronchitis, coryza, micturition, and influenza.
The abundant quantity of essential nutrients such as proteins, calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, chromium, copper, and oxalic acid encompasses various health benefits however the gallic acid, D-glucuronic acid, cystine, aspartic acid, and alanine are also present in Sebesten plum or Lasora uses increasing its value in the therapeutic industry.
Through the analgesic properties, various kinds of pains are relieved quickly; however, the anti-inflammatory substance reduces the swellings, irritation, and other infections. Lasora is extremely beneficial to treat or prevent ulcers while the anticatarrhal approach eliminates excess mucous from the body.
You will also find this herb aperient, which is used to treat constipation; however, it is a diuretic as well to treat vaginal issues. The juice contained from the Lasora is laxative and highly effective for a chest infection, urethra, leprosy, lung diseases, and uterus.
Uses of Lasora:
- Used for wound healing
- Treat fever and diarrhea
- Prevent dyspepsia
- Treat and prevent ulcers
- Give pain relieve
- Good for dynasty
- Prevent chest infection