"Amaltas bark, flowers, roots, leaves, and seeds have been extensively used in the Unani and Ayurvedic system of medicine and are famously known as 'Indian Laburnum.'
It possesses anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, hyper-protective, and anti-tussive properties.
Leaves of the Amaltas are used in the treatment of insect bites, swelling, jaundice, rheumatism, rheumatism ulcers, facial paralysis, piles, skin eruptions, ringworms, and eczema.
Roots of Amaltas are useful in ailments like blood sugar, joint pain, migraine, chest pain, blood dysentery, fever, heart diseases, retained excretion, biliousness, biliousness, rheumatic condition, hemorrhages, wounds, ulcers and boils and various skin diseases.
Flowers, seeds, and roots of the Amaltas are used to treat liver problems, inflammation, constipation, urinary tract infections, leprosy, and many other issues.