article Posted July 23, 2018 08:07:50Mango leaves are called “Mango Planta” and are said to have healing powers.
They are said in Hindu and Buddhist traditions to have the ability to cure ailments such as arthritis, and also help in treating the respiratory disease bronchitis.
Mango is a tropical fruit that grows from the tropical forests of South-East Asia, in South America, Central America and the Caribbean.
The fruit is often eaten raw and it is sometimes eaten as a soup.
It has a long history in Asia, with it being cultivated as far back as 2,000 years ago.
The plant is used in traditional medicine and is considered by some to be the medicine of choice in traditional Chinese medicine.
The leaves contain a variety of medicinal ingredients such as turmeric, ginger and other botanicals, and the pulp of the plant is eaten as an ingredient for traditional medicines.
The traditional Chinese medicinal practices have traditionally used the leaves of the mango to treat a range of conditions including arthritis, hay fever, rheumatism, asthma, malaria, arthritis and other ailments.
According to the Indian Medical Research Council, a division of the Ministry of Health, a variety known as “Mangoes Leaves” are used as a traditional Chinese herbal medicine, and can also be used as an extract for medicinal purposes.
According the IMA, mangoes are an important part of traditional Chinese medical practices and can be used to treat various illnesses.
It is not the first time the plant has been mentioned in Indian medical texts.
In ancient Indian texts, the plant’s name was also used for “Mantra of a Mountain”, “Sage Flower” and “Marmot Leaves”.
The herb is also a popular ingredient in Ayurvedic medicine.
In India, there are several types of Mango Leaves and many different kinds of Marmot, which are commonly referred to as “Ganja Leaves”.