Check out!! Trees that are primarily grown in India and their benefits

5 trees that are primarily grown in India and their benefits

India is losing its green cover and we know that we are lagging behind in making up for it. But do you know vegetation has tremendously increased in India? We are talking about trees, and you will be surprised to know that India is the home to a large variety of trees. Here are five trees that are primarily grown in India.

Here are 5 trees that are grown primarily in India. Take a look at amazing benefits of these trees

1. Banyan Tree

Banyan tree is the most familiar tree in our country. Interestingly, it originated in India itself. These trees have the largest canopy coverage in India. Not many people know, but the banyan tree is also the national tree of India. It improves facial glow, cures ear problems etc.

Check out!! Trees that are primarily grown in India and their benefits
Banyan Tree

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2. Neem Tree

It is grown in both tropical and sub-tropical regions. Neem has endless medicinal properties and that’s what makes it popular in India. It is used to control pests and deal with pox viruses. Neem is a major ingredient in soaps and shampoos and is healthy for our skin.

3. Peepal Tree

The peepal tree falls in the category of dry season deciduous or semi- evergreen tree and grows primarily in India. This is one of those rare trees that release oxygen both in the day and the night.

Check out!! Trees that are primarily grown in India and their benefits
Arjuna Tree leaves

4. Arjuna Tree

Arjuna tree is generally found around river beds. It is not difficult to spot one. Arjuna exhibits yellow flowers from March to June. It has a woody fibrous fruit that appears between September and November. It treats boils in mouth and reduces blemishes as well.

5. Sal Tree

Sal is a large deciduous tree. The tree is native to the Indian sub-continent and grows primarily in India. The sal tree is hardly leafless. It is said that the tree provides good quality timber. Interestingly, the sal tree is worshipped by Hindus and Buddhists.

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