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Health Benefits of Albizia lebbeck Curtails anxiety and stress Albizia lebbeck has active components such as isoquercetin, quercetin , polyphenols and saponins that have strong impact on hormonal and nervous system in the human body. As a mild sedative, it wipes out the feelings of anxiety and stress. Albizia is helpful for people with chronic stress hormones in the body as it relaxes the mind. Helps with depression symptoms Albizia lebbeck promotes mood by rebalancing hormones in the body and soothes nervous system that complicates the hormone levels. It is helpful for people with feelings of suicidal tendencies, experiencing irrational anger or thoughts.

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Health Benefits of Albizia lebbeck Curtails anxiety and stress Albizia lebbeck has active components such as isoquercetin, quercetin , polyphenols and saponins that have strong impact on hormonal and nervous system in the human body. As a mild sedative, it wipes out the feelings of anxiety and stress. Albizia is helpful for people with chronic stress hormones in the body as it relaxes the mind. Helps with depression symptoms Albizia lebbeck promotes mood by rebalancing hormones in the body and soothes nervous system that complicates the hormone levels.

It is helpful for people with feelings of suicidal tendencies, experiencing irrational anger or thoughts. In ancient medicinal cultures, this herb assist the one to get peace. Sound sleep A decoction made with Albizia lebbeck is helpful for people with insomnia or sleeplessness. Besides soothing mind and nerves, it calms the body and provides long lasting and restful sleep. Respiratory ailments Albizia lebbeck helps the people with allergies, asthma and chronic respiratory conditions by reducing inflammation in sinuses and tracts.

It also lowers the impulse to cough or wheeze. It enhance respiratory health and speeds up recovery time. Acts as antioxidant Antioxidants present in Albizia lebbeck helps to eliminate free radicals in the body by scavenging harmful byproducts before mutation of cells or causing health problems. Healthy skin Its bark and leaves possess antioxidant properties that acts outside the body and prevents cutaneous conditions such as blemishes, rashes, psoriasis, acne and wounds due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that soothes the affected areas and lowers the appearance of irritation and blemishes.

Digestive health Powdered Albizia lebbeck helps people with gastrointestinal problems. It binds water and food material by speeding up digestion process and keeps bowel movements regular. Traditional uses Bark is used as the treatment for boils and dysentery. Seeds and leaves are helpful of ophthalmia. In India, leaves are used for night blindness; bark is used for dysentery and diarrhea; flowers are used for swellings, carbuncles, boils; seeds are used for diarrhea, piles and gonorrhea and roots are used for spongy and ulcerated gums.

In Indo-China, seeds and bark are used for diarrhea, dysentery, hemorrhoids; flowers are applied as poultice to boils. Take it internally for piles. Seeds powder is used for treating scrofula. Use it to treat ringworms or wounds wash the affected areas , bronchitis, leucorrhoea, helmenth infection, paralysis, leprosy and other genital diseases. The whole part is used to treat bites or stings from venomous animals. Leaves are used for ulcer, syphilis, cough, cold and respiratory problems.

Bark is helpful to cure blood diseases, excessive perspiration, leucoderma, bronchitis, inflammation, toothache and strengthen gums or teeth.

Roots are used to alleviate spasms and vitalize cardiovascular system. Apply the seed oil topically to cure leucoderma.

Use the seeds to cure diarrhea, piles and scrofulous swellings. For skin problems and blood purification, mash 10 gm of Albizia lebbeck bark in ml of water soak it overnight and filter it and drink this water to eliminate toxins from the body. For eye problems, grind Albizia lebbeck leaves and using the cloth tie it on affected area.

Let it remain for few minutes. To treat ear pain, extract the juice of Albizia lebbeck leaves and put few drops in ear. Mix the Albizia lebbeck leaves fried in ghee with honey and take it as a cure for cough.

For piles, apply the grinded Albizia lebbeck seeds to the affected area. It helps to dry warts in piles. Boil ml of water with 10 gm of Albizia lebbeck bark till the volume reduces to one fourth. Strain it and drink for liver associated problems and ascites. Grind Albizia lebbeck leaves and mix it with honey and water. Drink this solution to treat urinary problems. Mix the Albizia lebbeck flower juice with black pepper and juice.

Use this decoction for nasal instillation or oral medication for snake bites. The fragrance of flowers treats migraine and headache. Leaves and flower juice is used to eliminate intestinal worms.

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Health Benefits of Albizia (Albizia lebbeck)

Description of Albizia lebbeck Siris. Albizia lebbeck is a deciduous, perennial legume tree, upto 25 meter in height, with grey fissured corky bark, somewhat flaky, inner bark reddish. Distribution of Albizia lebbeck. The wood of lebbeck is suitable for construction, furniture and veneer. Description Albizia lebbeck is a deciduous, perennial legume tree, upto 25 meter in height, with grey fissured corky bark, somewhat flaky, inner bark reddish. It is multi-stemmed when grown in the open but capable of producing a single straight stem when grown in plantations.

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Many, see text Albizia lebbeck is a species of Albizia , native to Indomalaya , New Guinea and Northern Australia [1] [2] and widely cultivated and naturalised in other tropical and subtropical regions. The latter name is a play on the sound the seeds make as they rattle inside the pods. Being one of the most widespread and common species of Albizia worldwide, it is often simply called siris, though this name may refer to any locally common member of the genus. The leaves are bipinnate, 7.

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