Cassia Tora Seeds

Cassia Tora Seeds

Botanical Name : Cassia Tora
Family Name : Caesalpinaceae


Grows in dry soil throughout tropical parts of india.


The plant bears flowers in the rainy season and fruits in the winter.

Cassia tora Linn. (Family: Leguminosae) is well known plant widely distributed in India and other tropical countries.

It is an annual under shrub and grows in wild wasteland.


Cassia Tora Seeds Extract is germicide, mucilaginous & laxative, used as a coffee substitute and has a maturant.

It is an annual under shrub and grows in wild wasteland.


Varieties : Machine cleaned / Sortex cleaned


Medicinal Uses

Different parts of the plant (Leaves, seed, and root) are reputed for their medicinal value.

It is well recognized traditional medicine as laxative and is useful for treatment of leprosy, ringworm infection, ophthalmic, skin diseases and liver disorders.

The flower, leaves, stem, root, and unripe fruit are used for treatment, especially in Ayurvedic medicine.

People use Cassia auriculata fordiabetes, eye infections (conjunctivitis), joint and muscle pain (rheumatism), constipation, jaundice, liver disease, and urinary tract disorders.

Cassia tora is an important medicinal plant of Ayurveda.

It is known as Chakramarda and Dadrughna due is due to its therapeutic efficacy to treat ringworm. Seeds are purgative, tonic and febrifuge


Grows in dry soil throughout tropical parts of india.

Known as

Foetid Cassia, Tora, Sickle Senna, Sickle Pod, Coffee Pod, Tovara, Chakvad.

Herbs Cassia tora seed /cassiaetorae semen / Cassia torea seed / cassia seed extract.

Cassia tora seed is widely used to relax the bowels, reduce inflammation in the liver, and improve eyesight, and is drunk as a roasted tea in Korea and China.

It has been used as a laxative and a tonic, and is also a popular health tea drink.

Cassia tora (C. tora) is a small shrub budding as weed in Asian and African countries.

It is a known edible leafy vegetable taken up by Asians.

Parts Used



25/50 Kgs

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