Brahma Kamal

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Brahma Kamal, named after Brahma, the God of Creation, probably blooms only At   night. in the entire year, somewhere between July and September.

It is commonly known as Night blooming Cereus, Queen of the night, Lady of the night as its beautiful Lotus like flower blooms late night. In India it is called as Brahma Kamal.

It is also popularly known as Orchid Cactus as the flower has orchid like beauty and plant resembles cactus in habit.

Use of Brahma Kamal in traditional medicine:

  1. The entire plant of Brahma Kamal is used as a remedy for human diseases 
  2. It is helpful to treat fevers. The flowers, leaves are used for the treatment of cough, cold, bone ache and intestinal ailments.
  3. The rhizomes are used as antiseptic and for healing.
  4. The plant is used in the paralysis treatment which is known to be the Tibetan system of medicine.

How to grow Brahma Kamal:

  1. Brahma Kamal usually emerges from leaves, which are thick and flat and the leaves cover the stem.
  2. These plants grow long Leaves.
  3. It must be planted before winter as it is adapted to cool weather.
  4. Rough soil from mountains is required for this plant to grow as this soil retains less water. Brahma Kamal is a cactus type, so it  need much water and can be watered every two or three days.
  5. Do Not overwater
  6. It must be half shed and half-light.
  7. It blooms Mostly In Monsoon And Flowers Lasts only For one night and you must be lucky enough to see it bloom.Fragrance Is Amazing.
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