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Terminalia chebula Retz. (Harad) belonging to Family-Combretaceae grows abundantly especially in Northern India and in the forests of Assam, West Bengal, Bihar and also Konkan. This has applications in Ayurveda, Homoeopathic and Unani system of medicines. The plant T. chebula is a gentle purgative, astringent, and is used in prescriptions for treating constipation, flatulence, dysentery, diarrhea, cyst, digestive disorders, vomiting, enlarged liver and spleen, cough, bronchial asthma since antiquity and for metabolic harmony. Its bark is diuretic. The fruits of the tree give various health benefits. The powder of mature fruits has also been in use in intermittent fevers, chronic fevers, anemia, and polyuria and against various human ailments including diabetes.
- chebula(Harad) is widely used in the traditional medicine of India and Iran to treat diseases that include constipation, dementia, and diabetes. It is one of the three constituents of triphala used in India as common herbal medicine.
This contains many phytoconstituents that are useful in various human-related diseases. The main purpose of this essay is to find information conducted on different pharmacological and phytochemical investigations done on different parts of the T. chebula plant. It may be useful in removing human health problems.
English-Chebulic Myrobalan, Black Myrobalan; Hindi; Harra, Harad; Ayurvedic-Haritaki, Kaayasthaa, Pathyaa, Shreyasi, Shivaa. (Jivanti Puutanaa, Vijayaa, Abhayaa, Rohini, Chetaki, Amritaa; Unani-Harad, Halelaa siyaah, Halelaa zard, Halelaa Kaabuli (varieties); Siddha/Tamil- Kadukkai.