English name: Belleric myrobalan/Belliric myrobalan
Telugu name: Tanikaya, Taani
Tamil name: Akkam, Todikai, Thanakkai, Tanri, tanrikkai, Tani
Bengali name: baida
Arabic name: baleelaj
Farsi name: Baleel
Malayalam, Hindi, Gujarati name: Baheda
Kannada name: Shanti kayi, Tare Kayi
Hindi name: Baheda, Bahera
Karshaphala – the natural product, which is the utilized part weights around 10 – 12 grams
Aksha phala – the organic product measures 10 – 12 grams, the natural product is utilized to play a sort of wagering diversion.
kalidruma – Because it is utilized as a part of playing a wagering amusement, it causes strains (kalaha). Thus, the tree which causes Kalaha is Kaidruma. (Druma implies tree).
It is a tree that grows up to a tallness of 60 – 80 feet. The organic product takes after Haritaki natural product yet it doesn’t contain the edges. Its surface is very plain.
Terminalia bellirica – medical uses :
Rasa (Taste) – Kashaya (Astringent)
Guna (qualities) – Rooksha (dry), Laghu (light to process)
Vipaka (taste change after processing) – Madhura (sweet)
Veerya (power) – Ushna (hot)
Impact on Tridosha – Balances Kapha and Pitta.
Bhedanam – Eases movement, has purgative activity. This is the reason Triphala is utilized as gentle diuretic.
Kasanashanam – assuages hack, chilly
Netrahitam – useful for eyes
Keshya – enhances hair quality and advances hair development.
Kruminashanana – assuages worm invasion
Vaisvaryanashana – mitigates dryness of voice
Bibhitaki detoxifies blood, lymph, muscles and greasy tissue of the body.
The seed part of Vibhitaki is valuable in
Trut – unnecessary thirst,
Chardi – retching
It equalizations Kapha and Vata. It is astringent in taste and causes slight laziness. Amla seed is very comparable in qualities
Look into: Phyto-pharmacology
Part utilized: Fruit skin, seed, seed bit.
Measurements: 3 – 6 grams in partitioned dosage, or as exhorted by Ayurvedic specialist.
Critical Ayurvedic medication:
All drugs with Triphala contain Bibhitaki. Eg: Triphala ghrita, Triphaladi Taila and so on.
Sura of Bibhitak (Beer) is not exceptionally inebriating, is anything but difficult to process, useful for wellbeing; not all that destructive, (as different wines) in wounds, iron deficiency, and sickness and other skin infections.