Do u like the mesmerizing fragrance of mogra ? Yes, then grow mogra plant in pot.
The soothing fragrance of mogra flowers mesmerize the senses of one and all. Endowed with the exotic perfumes, mogra flower is one of the most beautiful and fragrant amongst all the 15,000 flowering plant species in India.
Majorly used as decorative flowers, these scented flowers are also used for medical motives and religious purposes.
Jasminum sambac is an evergreen shrub that bloom for 6-9 months out of the year (provided good care).
Uses of mogra Flower
- The scented flowers are used for making perfumes and incense
- The flowers are also flavor mogra tea and other herbal or black tea
- Its oil is also used in creams, shampoos and soaps. It is considered to be a great skin toner and conditioner
- In India mogra flowers are stringed together to make garlands
- Women in India wear this flower in their hair. Especially in south India, mogra flowers are an integral part of their decoration of hair
- Some communities even use this flower to cover the face of the bridegroom
The mogra flower forms a vital ingredient of almost all ayurvedic medicines owing to its diverse curing qualities. Specifically it is used to remove intestinal worms
- It is considered to be an apt and biological cure for jaundice and other venereal diseases
- The flower buds help in treatment of ulcers, vesicles, boils, skin diseases and eye disorders
- The leaves extracts against breast tumours
- Drinking mogra tea regularly helps in curing cancer
- Its oil is very effective in calming and relaxing.
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