Lote Tree Leaves

The lote tree leaves is a type of leaf of the ziziphus spina-christi or Christ’s thorn jujube, a plant that is native to parts of Africa, Asia and the Middle East. It is also known as sidr or nabak leaves, and it has a number of important benefits for the body and mind. It is an excellent remedy against black magic, jinn possession, and evil eye.

It is mentioned in the Quran three times: Surah 53 verses 14-16, surah 34 verse 16 and surah 56 verse 28. The Arabic name for the lote tree is sdrat al-muntaha, which means “lote tree of the furthest boundary” or “lote tree of the end.” It is a symbolic figure of the limit of human knowledge as we cannot go beyond what has been revealed in the religious scriptures.

Medicinal Properties of the Lote Tree Leaves

The sidr leaves are rich in calcium, iron and magnesium, and they have strong anti-inflammatory and antiseptic qualities. They are used in the preparation of natural wound disinfectants and as a component of herbal shampoos for dandruff, lice and head hair. They are also a great natural treatment for earaches, abscesses and furuncles.

They have anti-inflammatory components that lower blood pressure, regulate your cholesterol levels and improve your circulation. They can even alleviate symptoms of constipation, asthma and stomach ulcers. It is an effective remedy against the effects of stress, and it can also treat insomnia. It can help reduce the rate of heart attacks and strokes, as it contains antioxidants that protect against free radical damage.

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