IronwoodTree (M. ferrea) is a hot, dry digestive and good for fever, foul breath, sweats, scabies, skin eruptions, itching, small tumors, headache, blood and heart problems, sore throat, cough, hiccough, vomiting, excessive thirst, dysentery and bleeding piles. Dried flower bud is anti-dysenteric and used for dysentery with mucus.
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What is Ironwood used for in woodworking?
Ironwood will almost grind your cutting tools back while you are trying to cut the wood. The wood pores are almost filled with 鈥渟and.鈥?It is a wonderful wood on the lathe, to make ornamental things. It has no real use in the cabinet shop or for veneers.
What are the characteristics of Ironwood?
It has characteristics similar to what you are describing. So, if your ironwood is my ironwood, here is my experience with it: It is extremely hard and abrasive. It will not split. Ironwood will almost grind your cutting tools back while you are trying to cut the wood.
Can you grow Ironwood lumber?
It doesn鈥檛 grow very big here, so having ironwood lumber is not a possibility. When I cut it in my timber, you can actually sometimes see sparks from the chainsaw as the bar makes its way through the wood. Burns like coal though 鈥?as I鈥檓 sure you already know.
What is the scientific name of ironwood tree?
Ironwood Tree Quick Facts Name: Ironwood Tree Scientific Name: Mesua ferrea Origin Sri Lanka, India, southern Nepal, Burma, … Colors Green turning to brown as they mature Shapes Ovoid to sub globose, dehiscent capsule, … 2 more rows …