Danthapala\Dhentapala is the common name used for describing a flowering tree commonly found across India, Australia and parts of Southeast Asia. The scientific name for this plant is Wrightia tinctoria but goes by the name Sweet Indrajao, Danthapala or Vettupala. In the northern part of India, this also goes by the name Shwetha Kutaja. The leaves of this plant is a commonly used ingredient of many Ayurvedic preparations for skincare. In India, traditional medicines use the leaf of Danthapala tree to treat Psoriasis and other skin conditions.
Danthapala oil is prepared by heating the leaves of Danthapala tree in coconut oil under sunlight until the leaves dissolve completely. This oil has been effectively used as a remedy in India for addressing dandruff and other skin related conditions. Ayurveda and other forms of traditional medicines have used Danthapala oil as a key ingredient for their skin care and healing products.
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