Accession Number: pdtdbp00009

Details of the Plant

Plant Name : Banana
Alternative Names : Bananier Nain, Canbur, Curro, Plantain, வாழைப்பழம்
Scientific Name : Musa paradisiaca
Medicinal Parts : Root, Trunk Juice, Fruit, Flower
Plant Category : Fruit, Vegetable
2° Metabolites (17/27) :
α-Carotene, β-Carotene, Carbohydrates, Choline, Fat, Fluoride, Iron, Lutein, Magnesium, Manganese, Norepinephrine, Phosphorus, Potassium, Serotonin, Sodium, Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B9, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Zeaxanthin, Zinc
Phytochemical IDs : pdtdbl00043, pdtdbl00035, pdtdbl00042, pdtdbl00005, pdtdbl00067, pdtdbl00066, pdtdbl00015, pdtdbl00008, pdtdbl00009, pdtdbl00010, pdtdbl00011, pdtdbl00012, pdtdbl00013, pdtdbl00016, pdtdbl00017, pdtdbl00018, pdtdbl00003
Plant Description :

Carbuncles all kinds of tumors, swellings, measles, headache with fever and sunburn. Stimulates the smooth muscle of the intestine, treat certain forms of heart collapse.

Banana is used for bone strengthening, cardiac protection, treatment of neuritis, anemia, decrease homocystine (one of the triggering factor in coronary artery disease (CHD) and stroke episodes) levels within the human body, and constipation problems.

Plant Keywords : Banana, Musa paradisiaca, Bananier Nain, Canbur, Curro, Plantain, வாழைப்பழம்
Plant References :

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