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It is commonly used in Indian Kitchen for enhancing the taste of the different foods. Additionally, it stimulates the digestive enzymes, which helps to improve digestion of food and increases the bioavailability of the nutrients during the digestion process in the intestine. In Ayurveda , Tejpata used to reduce AMA toxins in the body and for the problems with the digestive health. It reduces gas formation, flatulence, abdominal pain, indigestion, diarrhea, common cold and asthma.

Botanically, Tejpata is recognized as Cinnamomum Tamala and belongs to Lauraceae laurels family and a relative of cinnamon. The flowers of this plant are also used in folk medicine. So, it can also be used in human yeast infections. Tejpatta Indian Bay Leaf is an antioxidant. When it is added in fat rich food, it increases the shelf-life by preventing oxidative degradation of lipids.

So, it can become the alternative to synthetic antioxidants used in food preservation. Furthermore, it acts as a digestive stimulant, which is likely to induce the appropriate secretion of digestion enzymes.

Therefore, it helps to maintain the proper digestion and enhances assimilation absorbing the nutrients from the food. It is more effective in problems occurring with weak digestive fire and accumulation of the AMA toxins in the body.

Tejpatta Indian Bay Leaf is an important ingredient of Trijataka, which is an excellent remedy for the abdominal diseases. In the ancient India, spices were used to prevent water-borne diseases and one of these spices is Tejpatta. It also induces sweating and digestive stimulant in higher dosage. Tejpatta is an excellent remedy to remove the gas from the human gut. It is anti-flatulent, antispasmodic, and digestive.

It is likely to prevent gas formation in the gut when added to the food. You should remember it should only be used in cases of Vata and Kapha predominance.

In people having intestinal gas along with gastritis or acidity, then it is not the suitable remedy. Tejpatta has antispasmodic and carminative action, which helps to treat abdominal pain and cramps. It is more likely to be effective when pain or cramps are due to accumulated gas in the abdomen. Tejpatta reduces cholesterol and helpful in the treatment of Hyperlipidemia.

We can use it along with herbs like Dalchini Cinnamon , Laung clove , and Trikatu herbs. Tejpatta Indian Bay Leaf is non-toxic and considerably safe when used in food. Its dosage less than 1 gram per day is also likely to be safe when used for therapeutic purposes.

The dosage more than 1 gram per day may induce sweating and dieresis in some people. The most common side effect of Tejpatta is excessive sweating perspiration that occur with higher dosage.

In some people already having gastric troubles, it can worsen the following symptoms:. Pregnancy: The safety profile of Tejpatta is not well-established in pregnancy. However, it might be safe in the food amounts, which should be less than mg per day. In ayurvedic medicine , it is used to prevent miscarriage in some women with the weakened uterine wall. It provides strength to the uterine musculature and supports the pregnancy. According to this point of view, it might be safe during pregnancy.

Lactation: Tejpatta has Galactagogue action, which means it increases breast milk supply. Therefore, it can be used during lactation and considerably safe for both mother and child.

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Therapeutic and Pharmaceutical Potential of Cinnamomum Tamala

Tejpatra- Cinnamomum tamala is an Ayurveda herb mentioned for the treatment of bad odor from mouth, black spots on the face, dental caries, swelling, cough and in complications of tuberculosis. Latin name- Cinnamomum tamala Nees. Laurus nobilis Family- Lauraceae. The bark of the tree is little brittle when cut and is brown in color with good odor.

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Cinnamomum tamala

It is commonly used in Indian Kitchen for enhancing the taste of the different foods. Additionally, it stimulates the digestive enzymes, which helps to improve digestion of food and increases the bioavailability of the nutrients during the digestion process in the intestine. In Ayurveda , Tejpata used to reduce AMA toxins in the body and for the problems with the digestive health. It reduces gas formation, flatulence, abdominal pain, indigestion, diarrhea, common cold and asthma.

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Tejpata (Indian Bay Leaf) – Cinnamomum Tamala

It is thought to have been one of the major sources of the medicinal plant leaves known in classic and medieval times as malabathrum or malobathrum. It is called biryani aaku or bagharakku in Telugu. The Lepcha of Sikkim call it naap saor koong. They are often labeled as "Indian bay leaves ," or just "bay leaf", causing confusion with the leaf from the bay laurel , a tree of Mediterranean origin in a different genus; the appearance and aroma of the two are quite different. Bay laurel leaves are shorter and light- to medium-green in color, with one large vein down the length of the leaf, while tejpat leaves are about twice as long and wider, usually olive green in color, with three veins down the length of the leaf. There are five types of tejpat leaves [7] and they impart a strong cassia- or cinnamon-like aroma to dishes, while the bay laurel leaf's aroma is more reminiscent of pine and lemon.

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Tejapatra – Cinnamomum tamala Uses, Research, Remedies

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