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Maha Vilvam

Posted Date October 04, 2015




1.Vilvam (Bael)

2.Maha Vilvam

3.Kasi vilvam Sthala Vriksham in Viralimalai Murugan Temple and Natarajar Dhyana Sabai Neyveli

4.Ega Vilvam (Rare bael) one tree availiable in SRI SAILAM,Andhra Pradesh

We can found Maha Vilvam tree in one of the Chennai Navagraha temples in Kovoor near Porur Thirumaeneeswarar- Budhan ( mercury ) sthalam temple the Sthala Viruksham is Maha Vilvam tree. It is very Rarity tree ...


The Maha Vilvam tree is unique because it has [ 5,7,9,13 ] leaves in one stalk.

The priest told "It is a rarity and his grandfather found this tree and one who finds a mahavilvam tree itself is destined for moksham!! . This Maha Vilvam also has many medicinal properties in it ".



Medicine made up of Maha vilvam(16 petals), Karu nochchi, should be taken with strict food discipline can cure diabetes within 24 days completely.



Maha Vilvam is a holly tree commonly found in the Sacred Groves from Kanyakumari to Kashmir in the foot hills and in plains which has many medicinal secrets.


Vilva trees are the Sthalavirusham of the most of the Shiva temples in India. The Botanical Name of the Vilvam is Aegle marmelos(L.) Corr., which belongs to the Orange family Rutaceae.


All the parts of the plant are used as an important medicine. Even though all the parts of the plants are useful, the leaves and fruits are mostly used as important drug in the ancient system of medicine to cure almost all the common ailments of the Human being.


In this present study the qualitative phytochemical analysis of Aegle marmelos leaf extract was carried out and the results were discussed.


The mentions of Vilva plant have been found in ancient Indian scriptures such as Vedas and Purana like Yajurveda and Mahabharata. Hindus hold the Vilva tree in great venerations. It is one of the most sacred trees of India.


The leaves are ternate and hence one of the vernacular names is Tripatra. It is generally cultivated near temples and is offered to Lord Shiva, whose worship cannot be completed without the leaves of this tree. Lord Shiva is believed to live under the Vilva tree. It is also called Shivadurme, the tree of Shiva.


According to Hindu mythology, the tree is another form of Lord Kailashnath. It is also sacred to Parvati and is the Vilva rupra, one of the Patricas, or nine forms of Goddess Kali. The planting of this tree by the waysides gives long life. Its leaves are also used as enchantments. It is incumbent upon all Hindus to cultivate and cherish this tree.

MahaVilva is a divine tree which thrives well in all agro climatic conditions form Kanyakumari to Kashmir and all parts of the useful. It pleases the Lord as well as cures all common ailments of Human being by all means.


It is our humble duty to protect the species and save the environment and save the mankind from destruction. In the light of the above seen evidences Vilva is a sacred tree with immense religious and medicinal secrets on it.


Medicinal Value of Vilvam/Bilva/Bael

Vilva leaf juice is put in the eyes and paste of leaves is applied over the eyelids.

Vilva leaves are used for fomentation in disease condition like swelling pain in ribs.

Vilva leaves alleviates oedema and pain.

Vilva is a cardiac tonic, haemostaic and alleviates swelling, hence is root used in cardiac dedillity and palpitation.

Vilva root bark and leaf juice are used to alleviate oedema.

Vilva root alleviates the inflammation of uterus, hence it is used in pregnancy, leucorrhoea and puerperal disorder.

Vilva root tranquilises the nerves hence it is used in vata disorder, insomnia. Epilepsy and hysteria.

Vilva unripe fruit is an appetizer, digestant and astringet. Ripe fruit is a sweet, mild laxative.

Vilva leaves juice is leaver stimulant.

Vilva root bark, unripe fruit are useful in loss of appetite, diarrheoa, dysentery, sprue, pain in abdomen.

Vilva unripe fruit ground to paste and cooked with sugar is very beneficial in bleeding piles.

Vilva sharbat of ripe fruit pulp can be used as it act as digestive and alleviates diarrhoea.

Vilva leaf juice mixed with black pepper used in jaundice.

Vilva fruit (ripe or unripe) useful for prevention of cholera.

Vilva is haemostatic it is also used in hemorrhoids.

Vilva roots are useful in vata disorders, fruits in disorders of inter channel. Vilva, Durva and Tulsi are used in vata, pitta and kapha disorders.



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