myrobalan

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myrobalan,

n Latin name:
Terminalia chebula; parts used: fruit, leaves, stem; uses: in Ayurveda, pacifies tridosha (light, dry), cardiotonic, anti-anaphylactic, antimutagen, antitumor, antibacterial, antiviral, immuno-modulator, antiamoebic, antioxidant, apreient, astringent, carminative, fungicide, demulcent, purgative, alterative, febrifuge, antiasthmatic, bronchitis, burns, cough, inflammation, measles, prolapse, ulcers; precautions: none known. Also called
Abhay, chebulic myrobalan, hara, haritaki, or
inknut.
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Myrobalan.
myrobalan, arjun (är·jōōnˑ mī·rōˑ·b·län)),
n See arjuna.
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Myrobalan, arjun.
myrobalan, beleric,
n Latin name:
Terminalia belerica; part used: fruit; uses: in Ayurveda, pacifies tridosha (astringent, sweet, light, dry), anti-oxidant, cholinergic, hypolipidemic, antimicrobial, hepatoprotection, anti-ulcer, antiobesity agent, antimutagenic, antiinflammatory, tonic, purgative, immunity, coughs, eye sties, skin conditions, liver conditions; precautions: oil is purgative in large doses. Also called
bahera, bhaira, bibhitaki, vibeekaka, or
vibitaki.
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Myrobalan, beleric.
myrobalan, emblic,
n See amla.