Betel Leaf (101 pieces)
This Betel Leaf charged by GANESHA MANTRA. The betel leaf enjoys the delight of place amongst all the accessories of a traditional Hindu pooja thali. The betel leaf denotes freshness and prosperity. Betel leaves or the tambool, which contains betel leaf, betel nut and lime, marks the beginnings of all auspicious events.
Betel leaf is an evergreen perennial, with glossy heart-shaped leaves and white catkin inflorescence, and grows to a peak of about 1 metre. The Betel plant originated in Malaysia and now grows in India, Indonesia and Sri Lanka. The very best Betel leaf is the "Magahi" variety (from the Magadha area) grown close to Patna in Bihar, India.
Since antiquity, Betel leaf is way more well-liked in India than in any other country of the world. This would be evident from the numerous citations laid down within the historical Indian scriptures. In these citations, significance of the leaves has been explained in relation to every sphere of human life together with social, cultural, religious and even day-to-day life, which is very a lot related even today. For example, a properly-ready betel quid is still considered an excellent mouth freshener and delicate vitalizer, routinely served on the social, cultural and religious events like marriage, religious festivals, etc.
Betel leaves are stimulant, digestive, carminative, anti flatulent, anti inflammatory, invigorating, anti phlegmatic, ache reliever. In Ayurvedic drugs, they're used as an aphrodisiac. In Malaysia, they're used to deal with complications, arthritis and joint pain. In Thailand and China, they're used to relieve toothache. In Indonesia, they are drunk as an infusion and used as an antibiotic. They're also used in an infusion to remedy indigestion, as a topical remedy for constipation, as a decongestant and as an assist to lactation. In India, they use betel to cast out (remedy) worms.
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