Withania Somnifera, also referred to as Ashwagandha, is a significant medicinal herb that has been utilised for more than 3,000 years in Ayurvedic and indigenous medicine. Withania coagulans has several medicinally significant properties, including antifungal, anthelmintic, antibacterial, hypolipidemic, antioxidant, anti-cytotoxic, hypoglycemic, and other activities. Withania coagulans fruit is becoming more and more well-known as an anti-diabetic. The current review examines Withania coagulans's economic significance, distribution, chemical make-up, pharmacological action, and traditional usage.
Nutritional Value of Withania Coagulans:
The plant is rich in carbohydrates, free amino acids, alkaloids, tannins, steroids, esterase, phenolic compounds, organic acids, essential oil, fatty oil, and free sugar.
How to use Withania Coagulans:
Withania Coagulans is used in the form of:
- Whole fruit
- Whole flower
Benefits of Withania Coagulans:
Benefits of Withania Coagulans for diabetes:
Withania Coagulans’ flowers and fruits are frequently used in traditional medicine to treat diabetes. It was found to lessen signs and symptoms while maintaining normal blood glucose levels during the experiment in an animal model of type 2 diabetes. Consequently, it can be used to control blood sugar levels.
Benefits of Withania Coagulans for liver:
It has been demonstrated through scientific tests that the fruit extract of Withania Coagulans contains liver-protective properties. The study involved monitoring the blood enzyme levels to ascertain the protective impact of Withania Coagulans.
Benefits of Withania Coagulans for reduced urine output:
As per research, the fruit extract of Withania Coagulans has a diuretic effect since it increases the amount of urine and electrolyte excretion.
Benefits of Withania Coagulans for wounds:
In an animal study, the fruit extract of Withania Coagulans was applied to the wound of an animal. In this study, the extract increased the rate of wound healing (wound contraction). This indicates that Withania Coagulans has wound healing properties.
Benefits of Withania Coagulans for infections:
Fruit extract of Withania Coagulans was evaluated in a study for its antibacterial activity. It was found to show antibacterial activity against Vibrio cholera and Staphylococcus aureus. It also showed anti-helminthic activity. Furthermore, the entire plant extract exhibited antifungal activity against several potentially pathogenic fungi.
For how long can Withania Coagulans be taken?
Always consult your doctor about the recommended dosage and the recommended eating window for Winthania Coagulans. Never take any herbs or supplements without first talking to your doctor.
Can Withania Coagulans be added to milk to make curd?
The leaves and fruits of paneer dodi have a special ability to cause milk to curdle and coagulate. For milk curdling, a little piece is put to the milk after being massaged with some milk or water.
Is Withania Coagulans good for piles?
The Withania Coagulans seeds help to lessen piles' irritation. However, avoid consuming paneer dodi without first consulting your physician.
Is Withania Coagulans good for teeth?
Teeth can be cleaned with the plant's wood. The twigs are chewed to clean teeth, and the plant's smoke can be inhaled to cure toothaches.
Are there any side effects of Withania Coagulans?
Withania Coagulans doesn't have any known adverse effects. However, before taking Withania Coagulans, you must speak with your doctor.
Can I use Withania Coagulans during pregnancy?
You must consult your doctor before taking Withania Coagulans during pregnancy. In fact this is true for any herb. Do not take any herb or supplement without consulting your doctor when you are pregnant.