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Benefits of Chebulic Myrobylan (Harad)

Characteristics

How it looks - It is a moderate to large, deciduous tree with a rounded crown, spreading branches and yellowish white flowers. The shiny ovoid fruits are yellow to orange brown in colour with hard, pale yellow seeds.

What we use - Mature and immature fruits.

What it does

It is astringent, thermogenic, anodyne, anti-inflammatory, stomachic, laxative, purgative, digestive, carminative, anthelmintic, aphrodisiac, diuretic and febrifuge.

Herbal Medicines for the Cure of General Disorders

  • In piles - Taking a tsp of harad powder with jaggery before food is highly beneficial due to its astringent and laxative properties.

  • In hiccough - powder of harad with hot water in a dose of 5gm thrice a day relieves even long-standing hiccoughs.

  • In vomiting - Licking the powder of harad with honey is a sure remedy for nausea and vomiting.

  • In throat infections - l tsp of honey should be mixed in a glass of decoction of harad and consumed, twice a day.

  • In bleeding disorders & hyperacidity - Take equal quantities of harad powder and raisins, to your liking. Over a period of time you will find the bleeding corrected and hyperacidity relieved.

  • In arthritis - Mix a tsp of harad powder in castor oil and swallow. This relieves the pain and swelling and smoothens joint movements.

  • In low appetite - ½ tsp each of sonth powder, jaggery, harad powder and sendha powder should be eaten daily before meals.

  • In excessive perspiration - Rub a fine powder of harad all over body. Wait for a few minutes and rinse off with a bath.

  • In whitlow - Harad powder should be ground in the juice of raw turmeric and applied on the affected finger nail.

  • In dandruff - Powder the kernel of mango fruit, mix it with harad powder, paste them in milk and apply on scalp regularly to vanquish the most stubborn of dandruff.

  • In abdominal pain - Pain in the abdomen may be due to gas distension or indigestion. Grind harad, nutmeg and sweet flag or bach to a paste and use a tsp of this twice a day.

  • In mumps - Apply a thick paste of harad on the inflamed glands to reduce pain and swelling.

  • In eye inflammation - Cool and filter a decoction of harad to wash the eye with. Being astringent and healing, it relieves the swelling and redness quickly.

  • In toothache - Apply a fine powder of harad directly on the painful tooth for relief from the ache.

  • In fungal infections and scabies - Apply a paste of harad and turmeric to the affected part twice a day until the skin turns completely normal.

  • In any skin allergy - Wash the area with harad decoction and drink the same twice a day.

  • In obesity - Use triphala powder, a combinatation of harad, bahera and alma (chebulic and belleric myrobylan and gooseberry) a tsp daily with honey on empty stomach and watch the fat melt away after a couple of months.

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