Ethno-veterinary and herbal remedies have been used for millennia, passing knowledge to the general population of the society, including the farming industry. Even if conventional medicine has rapidly declined as a result of recent advancements in the therapeutic field, plant-based treatments continue to play a significant role as potential sources of therapeutic aids in healthcare systems around the globe for both people and animals. Currently, traditional plant usage in veterinary medicine have been reported and documented in numerous regions, including Spain, Italy, Argentina, Brazil, and Kenya. The medicinal value of Cassia fistula Linn, also known as Golden Shower, Amaltas, or Indian Laburnum, has been recognised since ancient times. It is a common component of various traditional remedies, including ayurveda, siddha, unani, and Chinese herbal medicine for treatment of various diseases.