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bael (bāl),

n Latin name:
Aegle marmelos; parts used: fruit (ripe and unripe), pulp, bark, roots; uses: in Ayurveda considered a rasayana, pacifies kapha and vata doshas, increases pitta dosha (bitter, astringent, light, dry); unripe fruit: astringents, digestive problems; ripe fruit: diarrhea, dysentery; roots: melancholia, fevers, cardiac tonic; leaves: cardiac tonic, skin ulcers, eye disorders; precautions: large doses may cause liver abnormalities. Also called
bel, beli, Bengal quince, bilva, or
shivadruma.
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