Price And Quantity
- 250 INR
- 5 Kg Kilograms
- 1000 Kilograms Per Year
- 5 Days
- Free samples available with shipping and taxes paid by the buyer
- PP bags
- All India
Our firm has gained huge recognition in offering the premium quality Bija Tree Seeds (Pterocarpus marsupium) that is also known as Vijayasar or the Indian Kino Tree. These are producred from the trustworthy vendors of the market who grow these seeds under the most favorable conditions. Provided seeds are high in proteins with a good amount of amino acids. Also, these are good source of iron, which helps formation of hemoglobin in blood thus preventing anaemia. Some of the unmatched attributes of these Bija Tree Seeds are freshenss and high medicinal value.
Bija Tree Seeds ( Pterocarpus marsupium )
- Scientific Name: Pterocarpus marsupium
- Shape: Round leaf
- Size:- 1-1.5 cm radius
- Color: Yellow
- Usage: Germination (not for oil extraction)
- Age: Fresh (less than a year, good for germination)
- Origin: IndiaPacking: 5, 10, 20, 25, 50 (P/P)
- Availability: Throughout the year
- Category:- Tree / Forage Seeds
Quick Details :
- Botanical name : Pterocarpus marsupium
- Common Name : bija
- English Name : Indian Kino Tree
- family: Pterocarpus
Pterocarpus marsupium, or the Indian Kino Tree is a medium to large, deciduous tree that can grow up to 30 metres tall. It is native to India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka, where it occurs in parts of the Western Ghats in the Karnataka-Kerala region. It is also known by the names Malabar Kino, Benga, Bijiayasal (in western Nepal), Piasal (Oriya), Venkai, and many others.
Parts of the Indian Kino (heart wood, leaves, flowers) have long been used for their medicinal properties in Ayurveda. The heart wood is used as an astringent and in the treatment of inflammation and diabetes.
Similipal Kol tribes in Odisha pound a paste mixture of the bark of P. marsupium with the barks of Mangifera indica, Shorea robusta and Spondias pinnata to treat some dysentery illnesses.
In Karnataka the plant is known as Honne or Kempu Honne.Kannada people in India make a wooden glass (tumbler) from the heartwood of this herb (tree) and its aqueous solution is used to cure diabetes. Water is left overnight in the wooden tumbler and is consumed the following morning. The water draws healing properties from the wood overnight. The cup is made from the heartwood of the tree.
Pterocarpus marsupium is the only herbal product ever found to regenerate beta cells that produce insulin in the pancreas. Pterocarpus marsupium is also available in powder form which is made from the bark of the tree.
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