“Sweet Indrajao is used to treat psoriasis!
Its white flowers appear like snowflakes on a tree from a distance. The flowers have five white petals, found at the end of its branches and blossom from March to May.
It is a deciduous tree reaching a height of around 15 meters or 50 feet. It has astringent, anti-bacterial, anti-microbial properties and has been used in traditional medicine to treat dysentery, diabetes, and skin disorders.
Other names include Pala Indigo in English, Dudhi in Hindi and Bhurevadi in Marathi.”