Madhuca longifolia is a tropical tree native to the plains and forests of central and northern India. It is a fast-growing tree that reaches a height of about 20 meters, has evergreen or semi-evergreen foliage, and belongs to the Sapotaceae family.
Prefers deep loamy or sandy loam soil with adequate drainage
Grows best in areas receiving rainfall between 550-1500 mm
Requires a sunny location
- Store in a pot
Madhuca longifolia flower extracts are used to treat heart disease, leucorrhea, menorrhagia, polyuria, bronchitis, and tonsillitis.
Rheumatism, chronic bronchitis, diabetes mellitus, and bleeding are all treated using the tree's bark.
Mahua leaves are used to treat rheumatism and haemorrhoids, while Mahua oil has emollient characteristics and is used to treat skin conditions, rheumatism, and headaches.
Botanical Name: Madhuca longifolia
Plant Type: Tree
- Outdoor Plant
- Attractive foliage (leaves)
- Religious Plant