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Scientific name of Chir pine: Pinus Roxburghii
Name of Chir pine in different languages:-
English: Himalayan longleaf pine
Sanskrit: Sarala, Madana
Hindi: Chir चीड
Malayalam: Charaḷam-ചരളം, Pine- പൈൻ
It is a large Himalayan tree, Erect, evergreen tree, reaches up to 50 m and trunk up to 2 m, which is covered with deeply fissured bark, color is reddish-brown. The leaves are very slender, size up to 35 cm long and needle-shaped, yellowish green in color.Fruits are cones, size up to 24 cm long and 8 cm broad. The turpentine is is extracted from the resin.
Useful plant parts: resin, oil
To control Vatha and kapha, Anti-wormal, Heal wounds, Digestive problems, to treat Nervous disorders, Skin problems like wounds, burns, boils, sores, it is aso useful in the treatments of respiratory disorders, and rhumatic disorders.
Chemical contents: Taxifolin, Pinenes, careen, longifoline, turpentine.
Medicinal Properties: Antiseptic, rubefacient, diuretic and vermifuge