we are indulged in exporting, manufacturing, supplying and trading of nirmali seeds in Tuni, Andhra Pradesh, India. Nirmali commonly known as the clearing nut tree, finds mention in Manu Samhita. In Ayurveda, Susruta mentions the use of its seeds for clearing muddy water in the chapter Water. According to the Charak Samhita, Nirmali is effective in curing eye diseases.
Nirmali, botanically known as Strychnos potatorum (Linn), belongs to the family Loganiaceae. Known as Kataka or Ambu prasada in Sanskrit, Nirmali in Flindi and Bengali and Tettran Kottat in Tamil, it is a tall deciduous tree growing up to a height of over 12 metres.
Found abundantly in West Bengal, Central India and South India up to an altitude of 1,200 metres, the tree is very common in dry deciduous forests of the Indian peninsula.
Its bark is thick, blackish, corky with deep vertical cracks, trunk often Irregularly fluted. Leaves are elliptic and 5-12 cm long and nearly sessile, suhcoriaceous, glabrous and shining. It has white fragrant flowers in auxiliary sessile cynies and fruit are berries, which are thin shelled, deep bluish black and globose.