Intellect Tree Seeds - Black Oil Plant, Climbing Staff Tree
Price for Package of 10 seeds.
In India Herbal Pharmacopoeia, the Black Oil Plant is mentioned as a powerful tranquilizer. The Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India has indicated the use of its ripe seed in leucoderma and vitiligo.
The seeds, which contain the plant’s pharmacopoeial properties, are bitter and have an unpleasant odor. They possess emetic, diaphoretic, febrifugal and nervine properties and are used for increasing memory retention. They are also used to cure sores, ulcers, rheumatism and gout.
The seeds contain the alkaloids celastrine and paniculatin, which give the herb its therapeutic properties.
Key therapeutic benefits:
Black Cumin is a powerful brain tonic.
The seed oil is known to alleviate abdominal ailments.
The oil is also helpful in treating joint pain and external wounds.
Used in Abana, Geriforte, Himcolin, Mentat, Mentat Syrup, Mentat DS, Muscle & Joint Rub, Anxocare, Geriforte Aqua, Geriforte Vet
Celastrus paniculatus is a woody liana commonly known as black oil plant, climbing staff tree, and intellect tree (Sanskrit: jyotishmati ज्योतीष्मती, Hindi: Mal-kangani माल-कांगनी, Chinese: deng you teng 灯油藤). The plant grows throughout India at elevations up to 1800 m. Oil from the seeds is used as a traditional medicine in Indian Unani and Ayurvedic medicine.
C. paniculatus is a deciduous vine with stems up to 10 centimeters in diameter and 6 meters long with rough, pale brown exfoliating bark covered densely with small, elongated lenticles. The leaves are simple, broad, and oval, obovate or elliptic in shape, with toothed margins.
C. paniculatus is a climbing shrub found throughout India.
The seeds contain fatty acids and alkaloids, and have sedative and antidepressant actions.[medical citation needed] In Ayurvedic medicine, the seeds are used to sharpen the memory and the seed oil is used as a tonic for memory loss. These activities may be due to its neuroprotective actions.[full citation needed] A study in rats suggested that the aqueous extract of C. paniculatus seed has dose-dependent cholinergic activity, thereby improving rodent memory performance.
Celastrus paniculatus has a relative that grows in the United States that is poisonous, so it is important to identify this plant carefully.
4-6 weeks into moist soil at 2-5 ° C in the refrigerator
all year round
Cover lightly with substrate
Coir or sowing mix + sand or perlite
20-25 ° C.
bright + keep constantly moist not wet
until it germinates irregular heavy
Water regularly during the growing season
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