cassia auriculata is an evergreen shrub that grows in lots of components of india and in other components of asia. the flower, leaves, stem, root, and unripe fruit are used for treatment, particularly in ayurvedic medicinal drug.
human beings use cassia auriculata for diabetes, eye infections (conjunctivitis), joint and muscle pain (rheumatism), constipation, jaundice, liver disease, and urinary tract issues.
avaram, avari panchaga choornam, kalpa herbal tea, ranawara, senna auriculata, tanner's cassia.
insufficient evidence to rate effectiveness for:
joint and muscle pain (rheumatism).
eye infections (conjunctivitis).
urinary tract sicknesses.
more proof is needed to rate the effectiveness of cassia auriculata for those uses.