Grewia optiva J.R.Drumm. ex Burret
Sanskrit: dhanvanah, todana
Vernacular names: beul, beulang, bheku, bhekua, bhekul, bhekula, bhimal, bhiunal, bihul, biul, dhaman, dhamman, dhanvanah, todana, makakosi, pankath, phusre, sweto phorsa.
Used in Ayurveda. Leaves applied on eruptions. Crushed bark extract taken for indigestion and gastric problems, also used as lubricant during difficult childbirth. Fruits for fever. Veterinary medicine, bark paste as plaster and fresh bark as bandage on fracture of cattle. Ceremonial, rituals, religious ceremonies, branches used for worship.
102 Published articles of Grewia optiva