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Arabic Name : 'Ood Hindee, Shajarat al-ood, Aghaaloojee, 'Ood Gharqee
Bengali Name : Agaru Chandan, Agarkashth
Chinese Name : Ch'en hsiang
English Name : Aloewood, Eaglewood, Agarwood, Oud
French Name : Aloès bois
German Name : Agarbaum, Adlerholzbaum
Gujarati Name : Agar
Hindi Name : Agar
Kannada Name : Krishna Agaru
Latin name : Aquilaria agallocha Roxb.
Marathi Name : Agar, Kala Agar
Persian Name : Ood Hindi, Agar
Punjabi Name : Ood
Sanskrit Name : Agaru, Aguru, Krishnaguru
Urdu Name : Ood Hindi, Ood Gharqi, Ood Kham, Agar
Recommended Dosage: 500 mg to 2 g powder of dried heart wood.
Contraindication: This herb is contraindicated during pregnancy and lactation.
The bark is acrid, anodyne, antiasthmatic, antiinflammatory, antidiarrhoeal, antidysenteric, antimicrobial, aphrodisiac, aromatic, astringent, bitter, cardiotonic, carminative, cholagogue, demulcent, deobstruent, depurative, digestive, diuretic, nervine, rejuvenating, sedative, stimulant, thermogenic and tonic. It is an ingredient in various nervine tonic, carminative and stimulant preparations. It is useful in gout and rheumatism and to check vomiting. Also useful in seminal and sexual debility, giddiness, nausea, cirrhosis of the liver, high blood pressure, halitosis and leucorrhoea. It relieves spasms especially in the digestive and respiratory systems and lowers fevers. Strengthens the chief organs of the body and is also used in anxiety, depression and calming of minds.