Irimedaḥ

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• Irimedaḥ - m. iriṇo hastino meda iva medo yasya (That whose fat is like the fat of an elephant). Vachellia Farnesiana. Its Synonyms: 2. arimedaḥ 3. viṭkhadiraḥ - śabdaratnāvalī and Rājanirghaṇṭa 4. kālaskandhaḥ 5. arimedakaḥ Its characteristics, as described in Bhāvaprakāśa, are “Irimeda is astringent in taste, hot in potency and cures diseases of oral cavity, teeth and rakta. It diminishes itching, poisonous effects, diseases of kapha, worms, skin diseases and inflamed ulcers.”