Celastrus paniculatus Seeds, Celastrus Seed, Natural Memory Enhancer, Climbing staff tree, Intellect tree, Malkangni Seeds,

I OZ 28 Grams Celastrus paniculatus Seeds, Celastrus Seed ,Malkangni Seeds.
I OZ 28 Grams Celastrus paniculatus Seeds, Celastrus Seed ,Malkangni Seeds.
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COMMON NAMES: Adilearicham, Bavangi, Black ipecac, Black oil plant, Black oil tree, Celastrus dependens, Climbing staff plant, Climbing staff tree, Dhimarbel, Intellect tree, Jothismadhu seed oil, Jyotismati, Kaluganne, Kanagiliballi, Kangodi, Karigonne, Maiya-kodi, Mal kangni, Malaria teega, Malkamni, Maner Tiga, Palleru, Peng, Pigavi, Polulavam, Oriental bittersweet, Sphutabandhani, Svarnalota, Teegapalleru, Valuluvai, Velo.

Celastrus Paniculatus is a deciduous climbing shrub that can grow to a very large size. The base stem of this shrub will grow up to 10 inches (25 cm) in diameter and produce many woody branches that will cling to surrounding flora for support. The inner bark is light and cork like, with yellow sapwood. The leaves are oval shape and grow on singular stems, they range from light to dark green, the flowers are tiny, whitish green to yellow green and grow on the top of the main stalk. Celastrus is prized by native peoples throughout India for its seeds; the seeds grow in round pods that gradually change from a light yellow to a deep red color as they mature. The seeds are small, oval shaped and grow six per seedpod, they are also known to cause yellow-orange stains on anything their oils come into contact with.

Celastrus Paniculatus is a hardy shrub that grows in a wide variety of climates and environments. It is native to the Indian continent, but is known to grow wildly in Australia, China, Taiwan, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam as well as many of the Pacific islands. The Celastrus family of shrubs has also been transplanted and grows on every continent except Antarctica. This hardy bush has been seen growing above an elevation of 5900 feet (1800 meters), along the Himalayan mountainside and in other high altitude environments.

Ayurveda healers have used Celastrus seeds and the oil contained within them for centuries. Modern research has shown that the seeds yield as much as 52% oil by weight. It is in the nutrient rich oil that the active compounds are found, compounds such as celastrine, paniculatin among other active alkaloids. These active compounds are used as an antimalarial agent, and are currently used in modern medicines like Pristimerin.

TRADITIONAL USE: For thousands of years, Ayurveda medicine men have used the Celastrus seeds for their potent medicinal properties. It was used for many different ailments, but most notably it was administered as a powerful brain tonic, appetite stimulant, and emetic. According to Greco-Arabic Yunani medicine, the oil of the Celastrus seed was used to treat physical weakness, mental confusion, alleviate asthma symptoms, reduce headaches, cure joint pain and arthritis; and they also created a potent balm that the men believed worked as a sexual stimulant, much like modern phosphodiesterase inhibitors (i.e. sindenafil (Viagra), tadalafil (Cialis), ect.). The medicine men made a tonic of the seed oil, they used this tonic to mitigate mental fatigue, memory loss, as well as to boost memory recall, retention, and other thought processes. Traditional healers from the Chhattisgarh, Bastar region of India are known to prescribe Celastrus seeds to their patients, they recommend that anyone suffering from forgetfulness begin adding one seed to their diet daily, and then gradually increase their dosage up to 100 seeds per day. It is this ability to improve mental function, memory recall and retention that has made this one of the choice herbal supplements for those working to improve dream recall, and to achieve lucid dreams.

TRADITIONAL PREPARATION: Although there are many different preparations, the most prevalent and common methods all use the seeds to extract their essential oils. An older and more traditional extraction method involves taking the seeds and placing them in a pot of boiling water or goat's milk, over a period of several hours the essential oils would rise to the surface, the seeds were strained out and the remaining mixture was allowed to settle, finally, the oil was then carefully siphoned out and into another container. A more modern method of extraction involves placing a large quantity of seeds into a screw press, and under the force of the press, the seedís oil squeezed out and collected. Modern research into the effects of Celastrus Paniculatus has shown that the seeds can be just as effective with little to no prior preparation.

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B Balanites roxburghii Bambusa arundinacea Barringtonia acutangula Bassia latifolia Bauhinia purpurea Bauhinia retusa Bauhinia tomentosa Bauhinia variegeta Bauhinia vahlii Berberis aristata Betula utilis Bischofia javanica Bixa orellana Bombax ceiba Borassus flabellifer Boswellia serrata Seeds Broussonetia papyrifera Butea monosperma

C Caeselpinia pulcherrima Callistemon vimminalis Camellia Sinensis Canavelia ensiformis Canavelia gladiata Capparis spinosa Carica species Cajanus cajan Carissa carandas Carum roxburghianum Caryota mitis Caryota urens Cassia alata Cassia angustifolia Cassia auriculata Cassia Fistula Cassia floribunda Cassia glauca Cassia grandis Cassia javanica Cassia marginata Cassia nodosa Cassia occidentalis Cassia renigera Cassia siamea Cassia spectabilis Cassia tora Castanea sativa Casuarina equisetifolia Catharanthus roseus Cedrus deodara Ceiba pentandra Celtis australis Centella asiatica Chorisia speciosa Chickrassia tabularis Cinnamomum camphora Clerodendron infortunatum Clitorea ternatea Cocos nucifera Coffea arabica Colvilea racemosa Cordia dichotoma Cordia sebestina Crotalaria juncea Cryptomeria japonica Cupressus torulosa Cycas revoluta Cydonia oblonga

D Dalbergia assamica Dalbergia latifolia Dalbergia sissoo Datura metel Delonix regia Dendrocalamus strictus Derris robusta Dichanthium annulatum Dillenia indica Diospyros melanoxylon Dodonea viscose Dolichos lablab Duranta repens

E Elaeocarpus ganitrus Emblica officinalis Enterolobium contortisiliquium Erythrina indica Eucalyptus citriodora Eucalyptus globulus Eucalyptus robusta Eugenia jambolana

F Ficus benghalensis Ficus religiosa G Glircidia sepium Gmelina arborea Grewia asiatica Gynocardia odorata Grevillea robusta

H Hardwickia binnata Helicteres isora Hibiscus abelmoschus Hibiscus cannabinus Hibiscus mutabilis Holarrhennaantidy sentrica Hyoscyamus niger

I Indigofera tinctoria Ipomea palmate

J Jacaranda mimmosifolia Juglans regia

K Kigelia pinnata Koelreuteria paniculata Kydia calycina

L Lagerstroemia flos-regina Lantana camara Lawsonia alba Leucaena leucocephala Litchi chinensis Livistona chinensis Livistona jenkinsiana

M Magnolia grandiflora Mallotus philippinensis Malus bacatta Mangifera indica Manilkara hexandra Medicago sativa Melia azedarach Mesua ferrea Michelia champaca Milletia ovalifolia Millingtonia hortensis Mimosa pudica Mimusops elengi Mitragyana parvifolia Moringa oleifera Morus alba Mucuan deeringiana Mucuna prurita Mucuna utilis Murraya exotica Murraya koenigii Myristica fragrans

N Nelumbo nucifera Nerium indicum Nigella sativa Nyctanthes arbortristis

O Oroxylum indicum Ougeinia dalbergioides

P Panicum maximum Parkinsonia aculeate Passiflora edulis Peganum harmala Peltophorum africanum Phoenix acualis Phoenix dactylifera Phoenix sylvestris Picea smithiana Pinus gerardiana Pinus khasya Pinus patula Pinus roxburghii Pinus wallichiana Piper nigrum Pithecelobium dulce Platanus orientalis Polyalthia longifolia Pongamia PinnataTop Prosopis cineraria Psidium guajva Pterocarpus dalbergioides Pterocarpus marsupium Pterocarpus santalinus Pterospermum acerfolium Punica granatum Putranjiva roxburghi Pyrus communis

Q Quercus incana Quercus serrata

R Rhododendron arboreum Ricinus communis Rivea corymbosa Robinia pseudoacacia

S Top Salvadora oleoides Samanea saman Santalum album Sapindus mukorossi Sapium sebiferum Saraca indica Semecarpus anacardium Sesbania sesban Shorea robusta Spathodea campaulata Sterculia urens Strychnos nux-vomica Swietenia macrophylla Swietenia mahagony Syzgium cuminii

T Tamarindus indica Taxodium mucronatum Taxus bacatta Tecoma stans Tectona grandis Terminalia arjuna Terminalia alata Top Terminalia bellerica Terminalia chebula Terminalia myriocarpa Thespesia populnea Thevetia nerifolia Thunbergia grandiflora Toona ciliata Trewia nudiflora

W Withania somnifera Wrightia tinctoria Wrightia tomentosa

Z Ziziphus jujuba