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Latin. Geranium sp.

Tibet. Ligadur


Botanical Name Geranium sp.
English name Cranesbill
Tibetan Name Ligadur
Parts Used Root


Pharmacological properties

Astringent action
Anti-diarrheal activity
Anti-ulcer activity
Styptic action
Hepatoprotective activity
Antioxidant activity
Anti-inflammatory effect
Anti-diabetic activity

Ethnomedicinal uses

Rejuvenation action:
Balances Wind-heat disorders
Strengthens the eyes and relieves eye inflammation
Balances blood sugar
Balances blood pressure

Gastrointestinal system:
Relieves intestinal inflammation and infections
Stops diarrhoea (with mucus and blood)
Stops vomiting
Relieves haemorrhoids

Immune system and detoxification:
Relieves cough and sore throat
Lowers fever
Analgesic and anti-inflammatory activity
Clears throat
Treats epidemic diseases (e.g. flu)
Has antibacterial activity
Purifies lymph nodes
Clears lung inflammation
Clears nerve and blood vessel inflammation
Relieve limb swellings, pain and numbness
Heals mouth ulcers, bleeding gums
Heals canker sores
Stops internal haemorrhages
Stops hemoptysis, hematuria
Stops excessive menstrual flow
Clears vaginal infections
Relieves arthritis
Relieves joint, ligament and tendon pain
Relieves skin itching and irritation
Moves blood, clears stasis and promotes healing

Used in our products