- The fruits are rich in tannin and are used in the leather industry.
- A dye can be prepared from the fruits.
- The fruits also have numerous medicinal properties.
- The wood is used as construction timber and for furniture, carts and implements, but is not of much value.
Terminalia chebula, commonly known as black-or chebulic myrobalan, is a species of Terminalia, native to South Asia from India and Nepal east to southwest China, and south to Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and Vietnam. Fruits are astringent, laxative, alterative, fine powder useful in carious teeth and bleeding gums. Bark is diuretic, cardiotonic. Used in ulcer. An ingredient of “Triphala“‘ of Ayurvedic preparation.
Haritaki/Harro is scientifically known as Terminalia Cebula. It is a herb belonging to the plant family Combretaceae (Almond family) and has numerous medical advantages. Myrobalan is a sweet, astringent, warming herb with an unpleasant taste. The plant is native to South Asia, from India and Nepal east to southwest China, and south to Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and Vietnam.
Harro fruits, roots and bark all are beneficial for health is various purposes. Some of them include, Improved Digestion and Better Gastrointestinal Health, Antioxidant and Antibacterial Protection, Decreases Stomach Acidity and Guards against Ulcers, Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome, Helps in Weight Control, Eye Disorders, Fight skin allergies, Lung Disorders, Better Skin and Hair, Bleeding, Good for Joint Pain, Diarrhea and Dysentery, Good for Teeth Whitening, Mouth Ulcers, Mumps and many more.
Some of its major uses are as follows:
- for Digestive Health Issues
- for Daily Health & Vitamins
- improves memory
- helps with urinary stones.
- Prevent hair loss and dandruff
- Removes acne and ulcer
- Helpful in constipation
- Fight skin allergies
- Prevents cough and cold
- Prevent diabetes
- Helps in weight loss
- Boost immunity
- Improves heart condition
- Antioxidant Benefits
- improves appetite
- helps in digestion
- helps nervous irritability
- Combination with Emblica officinalis (gooseberry or amla), may help lower cholesterol and prevent the death of heart tissue
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