Due to its lovely golden blossoms that dangle from the branches, Amaltas is known as the “Golden Rain Tree” and has numerous health advantages. Ayurveda refers to this plant as “Sarvarogaprashamani,” one that heals all illnesses and protects the body from numerous microbial infections, whether it be the fruit pulp, leaves, roots, or flowers.
All the parts of Amaltas- The leaves, seeds, root, pulp, fruit, and bark have various potential properties that are responsible for its various uses. It may also be helpful in pacifying all three body energies: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.
Leaf: The leaves may have laxative qualities.
Seeds: Amaltas Seeds could be laxative and/or have antipyretic (fever-reducing) qualities.
Additionally, It might have carminative qualities, which remove gas from the stomach.
Fruits: Fruit extracts could have laxative qualities.
It may have analgesic properties that reduce pain and act as an antipyretic.
Flower: Amaltas flowers may have laxative qualities.
It might possess astringent (skin tissues tightening) characteristics.
It might have the ability to cure wounds.
Amaltas may be used as a treatment for constipation, according to some studies. Children with functional constipation may benefit from the 3-week treatment with the emulsion made from Amaltas. Amaltas can also be taken by pregnant women as a mild laxative. Constipation can be treated by taking the Amaltas pulp diluted in hot water. More scientific study is required to back up these statements.
It’s possible that amaltas have antitussive (cough-suppressing) qualities. The pods are burned, turned into ash, then combined with honey and salt. Fever may also be affected in some way. Cough relief from Amaltas leaves may also be possible. Amaltas may aid in increasing immunity and defending the body against illnesses. More scientific study is required to back up these statements.
Ringworms, eczema, and skin eruptions can all be treated using Amaltas leaves. Dermatological issues may benefit from the use of amaltas root. Amaltas fruit pulp has also been discovered to be effective in treating worms and skin conditions. Erysipelas can benefit from the use of amaltas leaves.