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The Lodhra tree belongs to the genus Symplocos. It is widely used in various Ayurvedic medicines. Symplocos and its various species possess a wide range of metabolites with potential medicinal value against many different diseases.

The bark of the tree is used in many Ayurvedic formulations and is known as Cinchona bark in Europe. The bark is used for making the Tilaka mark on the forehead, and hence, the word ‘Lodhra’, which means ‘propitious’ or ‘Tilaka’ in Sanskrit.1


  • Hormone Harmony: Lodhra isn't just an herb; it's your body's conductor, bringing balance to hormones, especially for women, and helping you sail through the waves of life.
  • Skin Savior: Lodhra's powers extend to your skin, offering a soothing touch that tames irritations, acne, and blemishes, leaving you with a radiant, blemish-free canvas.
  • Digestive Delight: When tummy troubles strike, Lodhra steps in as your digestion's best friend, easing discomfort, reducing acidity, and ensuring you savor your meals without worry. It's not just a herb; it's a treasure chest of health benefits waiting to be explored!


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