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Arabic Name : Basad, Marjaan, Hajar Shajaree, Bussad
Chinese Name : Hung san
English Name : Coral, Red Coral
French Name : Corail
German Name : Rote Koralle, Edelkoralle
Hindi Name : Munga, Parvara
Latin name : Corallium rubrum
Persian Name : Marjan, Shakhe Marjan, Bussad, Bissad, Bistaam
Sanskrit Name : Pravala
Urdu Name : Shakhe Marjan, Bekhe Marjan (Root), Busud
Coral is antacid, antibilious, antiphlegmatic, astringent, diuretic, emetic, laxative, nervine and tonic. Its chief use is in spasmodic cough, phthisis, chronic bronchitis, asthma, low fever, urinary diseases, spermatorrhoea, gleet, gonorrhoea, carbuncle and as a nervine tonic in headache, giddiness, migraine and vertigo.
As it is a rich natural source of easily digestible calcium, it is useful in general debility, weakness of heart, palpitation and osteoporosis. Also strengthens the brain and improves memory and also removes cold and catarrh due to weakness of brain.
Recommended Dosage: 62.5 mg to 125 mg Calcined Coral (Bhasma).
Contraindication: Coral is not recommended in patients with kidney disorders.