Makoy Yuvika herbs !! solanum nigrum


Makoy is a herb found abundantly growing in all parts of the globe. In India, it grows as a weed in all the dry areas. It is a short-lived perennial herb that is native to Eurasia. Makoy is a small, erect, & delicate annual herb with soft & smooth branches n stems. It has alternate, egg-shaped leaves with white, cream & violet flowers in clusters. Its fruits are purple or black in color when ripe.

Uses of Makoy:

• The juice of this herb is commonly used to treat the fever & to alleviate pain.
• The juice of Makoy leaves is used in treating the mouth ulcers. This juice is also used to counter difficult menses.
• Makoy also helps in relieving pain in the ears.
• Its fruit is used as a cosmetic; as rubbing its seeds on the cheeks helps remove freckles.
• It is a very good herbal remedy for asthma as it removes catarrhal matter & phlegm from the bronchial tubes.
• Makoy also plays a role in supporting the joints by helping in the treatment of rheeumatic pain & gout.
• Various skin issues like acnes, psoriasis & freckles can be treated successfully with the help of Makoy.
• A decoction prepared from the leaves n stem of Makoy helps in the treatment of dieresis.
• Makoy is a key ingredient in various medicines prepared to resolve various liver disorders.
• It also helps in treating Urinary Tract Infections as it increases the secretion and discharge of urine.
• Various mouth-related problems like gum diseases n bad breath find its solution with the help of this herb.
• An infusion of the plant is used as an enema in infants suffering from abdominal upsets.
• A decoction of the stalk, leaves, and roots of this herb is beneficial for wounds and cancerous sores.
• Its berries are poisonous, which believes to get destroyed while but boiling them and make them safer to be used for preserves, jams, and pies.

Other Names: Inab al-tha’lab, Inab al-dhi’b, Damiyaa, Gurkamai, Kakmachi, Black Nightshade, Garden Nightshade, Petty Morel, Deadly Nightshade, Morelle noir , Schwarzer Nachtschatten, Giftbeere, Hundsbeere, Mondscheinkraut, Saukraut, Sautod, Piludi, Makoi, Makoy, Mako, Ganikayeagida, Ganikegida, ganike, Ganikesopu, Kage hanninagids, Solanum nigrum Linn, Kanoni, Ghati, Rubaah Turbuk, Angoor Shifa, Roozbaaragh, Mako, Kakmachi, Kakamachika, Makoh, Mako


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