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Scientific name of Deodar: Cedrus deodara
Name of Deodar in different languages:-
Sanskrit: Devadaru, Paribhadra, Amarakashta, Suradaru, Bhadradaru, Snehavriksha
English: Himalayan cedar
Malayalam: Devadaram-ദേവതാരം, Devadaru-ദേവതാരു
It is mostly found throughout the Western Himalayan area at the altitude of 1,500 to 3000 meters. It is an evergreen large tree reaching up to 50 m tall, with a coniferous shape, trunk up to 3 m (10 ft) meters in diameter. The leaves are needle-shaped, up to 5 cm long, occasionally up to 7 cm long, slender, borne singly on long shoots in dense clusters, bright green to bluish-green color. The fruits are cones up to 13 cm long 9 cm broad with barrel-shaped, when mature it release a winged seed.
Useful plant parts:
Leaves, Heartwood, and Oil
Used in the treatment of head-ache, Wounds, Earache, diabetes, chronic cough, skin problems, epilepsy, and the common cold.
Taxifolin, cedeodarin, dihydromyricetin , cedrin, cedrinoside, deodarin, α-terpineol, linalool, limonene and eugenol.
anti-diarrheal, carminative, diuretic, diaphoretic, insecticide, laxative, anti-inflammatory, and sedative
Deodar is used as an ingredient to prepare the Ayurveda medicines like:-
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