Yuvika herbs Harad Kabuli - Terminalia chebula
Harad big yellow - Harad badi pili - Haritaki
(Terminalia chebula) is a tree native to southern Asia and India. The dried fruit of the tree has a long history of use in Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India. Sometimes referred to as "chebulic myrobalan," haritaki is one of three dried fruits that make up the ayurvedic formula triphala.
Available in powder or dietary supplement form, haritaki has a bitter taste. It is rich in vitamin C and substances found to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.
People use haritaki to promote healing from a number of conditions ranging from sore throat and allergies to constipation and indigestion. In Ayurveda, haritaki is said to support the "Vata" dosha.
Other Names: Haleelaj, Ahleelaj, Ihleelaj, Haritaki, Hora, He zi, Chebulic Myrobalan, Bad amier Chébule, Myrobalan chébule, Chebulische Myrobalane, Hirdo, Himaja, Pilo-Harda, Hardo, Harad, Har, Anelekai, Har, Halela, Terminalia chebula Retz, Hirda, Haritaki, Harda, Hireda, Halela, Harar, Haser, Haritki