Scientific Name: Juglans Regia
Common Name or English Name: Walnut and Akhrot.
Commercial use: For all marketable purposes, leaves bark and fruits are the parts of walnut tree that are brought into use. Its oil is very useful besides that walnut tea is also very popular.
Edible oil of walnuts must not be stored for too long because it can rotten very quickly.
Environment: Walnut tree is basically cultivated in areas having cold climate, especially, the Himalayan region.
Flowers can be destroyed if the temperature goes beyond -2 degree.
Tree of Juglans Regia grows up to a height of 20m. Its leaves are 20-90 cm long. There are 21 species all around the world of walnut tree.
Utilization: Leaves of Juglans Regia have a very cutting edge but they also are used as stimulant in many cases but they are very useful in the treatment of skin disease such as eczema and vernal disease. Its fruits have a very sweet taste.
Its nuts are edible (cooked) in nature and are eaten as a dry fruit all over the world. Walnuts and its oil are extremely useful in lowering cholesterol level.
Walnuts trees are often planted in gardens because of their striking exterior. Walnuts can reduce the injurious effect of fat deposits on blood vessels.
Its seeds are used on cakes; ice-creams are also eaten in its raw form.
It also acts as a blood purifier and is useful in treating many respiratory ailments and back ache. Walnut also has many anti-cancer properties.
It is extremely helpful in treating an anemic patient.
– The outer shell of walnut is also used as wood polish.
– Its wood is also used make wooden showcases and window border.
– In many agricultural practices, leaves of walnut tree are used as pests repellent.
Take one hour before going to sleep and avoid drinking water afterwards. This tonic will increase the Dhatus, strengthens the lungs and increases blood circulation together with cleaning the bowels and alleviating the Vittas and Pittas.