Terminalia arjuna is a tree of the class Terminalia. It is ordinarily known as Arjuna or Arjun tree. The Arjuna is around 20– 25 meters tall, normally has a buttressed trunk, and structures a wide shade at the crown, from which branches drop downwards. It has oval, funnel shaped leaves which are green on the best and dark colored underneath, smooth, light bark, it has light yellow blooms which show up in March and June. The arjuna is generally discovered developing on stream banks or close to dry waterway beds. The arjuna leaves are bolstered on by the Antheraea paphia moth which creates the tassar silk, a wild silk for business significance. The Arjuna plant (lat. Terminalia Arjuna) has customarily been utilized to treat coronary illness.
Arjuna inferable from its power advances cardiovascular working and gives nourishment to the heart muscles, there by reinforcing, the dispensed heart rhythms and controls the heart rate. Helps to brings down the blood clots and diminishes anxiety and stress. It reduces the solidifying of the veins there by forestalling strokes and heart attacks. It contains natural calcium.