Cobra's saffron meaning in English, hindi, telugu, tamil, marathi, Gujrathi, Malayalam, Kannada


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Cobra's saffron name in different Indian languages (regional)

Cobra's saffron meaning in English, hindi, telugu,tamil,marathi,Gujrathi,Malayalam,Kannada


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Cobra's saffron


Known for various names in various languages this herb is a native to India, Sri Lanka, and Nepal. From flowers, fruits, and seeds its roots are having high medicinal values. It is generally used as an aromatic, demulcent, stimulant and carminative substance. Oil extracted from its seeds is recommended for sores, wounds, scabies and rheumatism. And the dried flowers of the plant are used in bleeding hemorrhoids. As Its name has a mentioning of special snake the plant root acts as an antidote for snake poison. This bitter and astringent herb has various other usages too. Sudorific and tonic properties make it useful for the cure of respiratory as well as digestive problems.


What are Cobra's saffron called in Hindi, Marathi Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu and Other Indian Languages(Regional)?


In English it is called as Cobra's saffron, it is commonly known as Nagakesar in Hindi, in Tamil they call it Iravam, in Telugu it is known as Nagakesara, in Kannada it is known as Nagasampige

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