Chebulic Myrobalan / Bari Har (بڑی ہڑ) is also known as Terminalia Chebula, is a fruit which is used extensively in ayurvedic medicines. It is in fact one of the herbs used in ayurvedic medicine “Triphala” which is a powerful antioxidant and detoxifier.
It has rejuvenative, laxative, astringent, purgative and dry properties.
Paste made from the herb is effective in healing process of the wounds and ulcers. It also reduces swelling and acts as a cleanser.
It relieves the eyelids and conjunctivitis.
Regular gargling with the herb’s decoction helps in oral ulcers, sore throat and stomatitis.
It acts as an active astringent and relieves bleeding and loose gums and also gums ulceration.
It is also the main ingredient in Triphala, which is used to treat bleeding gums, hair wash and cleaning teeth in pyorrhea.
Several gastrointestinal ailments such as ascites, tumors, enlargement of liver-spleen, piles, colitis and intestinal worms can be treated.
It is a memory enhancer and is salutary in urinary stones and dysuria.
It is effective in digestion and improves appetite.
It has astringent and anti-inflammatory properties, it is beneficial in vaginal discharges such as leucorrhea and urethral discharges such as spermatorrhea.
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