Botanical Name : TERMINALIA CHEBULA
Family Name: COMBRETACEAE
Common Name: MYROBALAN, HARDAD, CHEBULIC MYROBALAN
Part Used : Fruits,Roots, Bark
Habitat : Grows Throughout India.
Description : Terminalia chebula is a much branched, medium sized tree. Leaves elliptic-obovate, densely woolly beneath, with 2 basal glands. All flowers yellowish-white, in axillary spikes. Drupe obovoid, orange-brown hermaphrodite in terminal spikes, pendulous drupes, glabrous, more or less 5 – ribbed when dried. Termanilia chebula is a good anti-aging agent, nervine, helpful in renal calculi, dysurea, and retention of urine and used for treating parasitic infection
Uses : Terminalia chebula is used for high cholesterol and digestive disorders, including both diarrhea and constipation, and indigestion. It has also been used for HIV infection. Terminalia chebula is used for dysentery. Terminalia chebula is also used topically as a mouthwash and gargle. It is astringent, purgative, stomachic and laxative. It is useful in asthma, piles and cough. It is also useful in healing of wounds and scalds. It is used as gargle against inflammation of mucous membrane of mouth. It is used in tanning of leather and purification of petroleum. It is an effective purgative and helps in removing toxins and fats from the body resulting in their reduced absorption. Used in all sorts of eye disorders like inflammation, conjunctivitis and is used as a wash.
Product Offered : Dried Big, small, Big Fruits without seeds