The arjuna is around 20-25 meters tall; as a rule has a buttressed trunk, and structures a wide shelter at the crown, from which branches drop downwards. It has oval, conelike leaves which are green on the best and dark colored beneath; smooth, dim bark; it has light yellow blossoms which show up amongst March and June; its glabrous, 2.5 to 5 cm sinewy woody natural product, separated into five wings, shows up amongst September and November. The arjuna was brought into Ayurveda as a treatment for coronary illness by Vagbhata. It is customarily arranged as a drain decoction.
- It is used in the treatment of wounds, hemorrhages and ulcers, .