Ficus religiosa, often known as sacred fig, is a fig species endemic to India and Indochina. It is a member of the Moraceae family, which includes figs and mulberries. Bodhi tree, pippala tree, peepul tree, peepal tree, or ashwattha tree are some of its other names (in India and Nepal).
The bark and ripe fruits of the Peepal plant can be used to treat asthma.
When it comes to gastrointestinal issues, peepal leaf is a wonderful antidote.
The bark of the peepal tree can be used to make tea that can assist with eczema and itching.
After a snake bite, a peepal tree leaf extract can be used to eliminate the poison from the body.
Oxygen supply is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Botanical Name: Ficus religiosa
Plant Type: Tree
- Outdoor Plant
- Attractive foliage (leaves)
- Religious Plant