Gymnosporia emarginata (Willd.) Thwaites Main specimen
Celastraceae
{ Human uses | Medicinal }

The leaves of Gymnosporia emarginata are used as a poultice for eye pain.
The fresh leaf juice is given in jaundice, anemia, liver disorders.
The leaves paste is applied in wounds.
The leaves are chewed to treat jaundice.

A decoction of leafy twigs is used as a mouth wash to relieve toothache.

The fruit is used as a blood purifier.

The bark is grounded to a paste and applied with mustard oil to kill lice in the hair.

Sources :
- Khare, 2007, Indian Medicinal Plants, An Illustrated Dictionary
- Quattrocchi, 2012, CRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants