Dried Haritaki | Terminalia Chebula | Harda | Kadukkai| Chebulic Myrobalan | Harad | Nallakaraka | Dried Inknut
Botanical Name: Terminalia Chebula Origin: India The native of Ink Nut is Southern Asia and India. Due to its high medicinal properties, the dried fruit of this tree is used in the Ayurvedic treatment.
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Botanical Name : Terminalia Chebula
English Name : Ink Nut, Chebulie
Tamil Name : கடுக்காய் – Kadukkai Pinju
Malayalam Name : കാട്ടുകൈ – Katukkai
Telugu Name : కరక్కాయ – Karakkaya
Hindi Name : हरड़ – Harad
Ink Nut is also known as bastard myrobalan, grows up to 60 ft in height. It belongs to the family of Combretaceae. The bark of this tree is a dark brown color. The leaves are 3-8 inch long and 2-4 inch width, it is hanging down in the clumps and in an oval shape.
The stem of the leaves has two knots at the apical end. The flower of this tree is greenish-yellow in color and grow on long white clusters.
The fruits of this tree are 1-2 inches long, it is in an oval shape and the back surface of the fruit has 5 prominent stripes. The fruits are plucked before the seed formation, it is known as hard. These are a dark yellow color. When the fruits are completely ripe is known as a big harad.
This tree grows up to 5000 ft above the sea level, it is widely grown in the hilly and forest area. Usually, this tree is found in the lower Himalayan area from Ravi banks to Western Bengal, Assam, and in the forests of high land areas. The native of this tree is Southern Asia, India, and now it is widely grown in China, Malaysia, and Sri Lanka.
General Health Benefits
Here are some of the Benefits of Haritaki mentioned in below:
- Kadukkai is helping to remove the toxins from the body, it helps to lose bodyweight.
- This is a natural blood purifier.
- It is amazing for treating cough for both infants and adults.
- It is also used to treat constipation.
- Kanukkai is also used to treat stomach related problems.
- Kadukkai decreases insulin sensitivity and helps to regulate the blood sugar levels in the body effectively.
- The Hartaki oil is used on the hair to prevent lice infection and dandruff.
- Kadukkai is effectively treating skin allergies.
- It has anti-cariogenic properties, it can be used for dental problems, bleeding gum, and mouth ulcers.
Aids in Digestion:
Kadukkai is improving bowel health and it is used to treat a wide range of gastric problems like heartburn, esophagitis, flatulence, diarrhea, indigestion, peptic ulcer, constipation, gastroesophageal reflux disease, etc. The Kadukkai fruit has the carminative property that helps to break down the food particles in the intestine and stomach.
The Haritaki has a hypoglycaemic property that plays an important role in the blood sugar level of the body. It helps to reduce the breakdown of the starch in the glucose. The Haritaki helps to reduce the blood sugar level and it relieves diabetic symptoms like urination, weight loss, excessive thirst, etc.
Promotes weight loss:
The Pinju Kadukkai helps to burn the excess fat in the body and it removes the AMA toxins from the body. It will gradually reduce the cholesterol level and improves the metabolism level in the body that helps to shed weight faster.
For skin health:
The Kadukkai has antioxidants and nutrients such as iron, potassium, vitamin C, and copper with helps to treat various skin problems.
There are no side effects in using this product. Seek medical advice for the usage of this product during pregnancy.
Harvesting & Manufacturing Methods
All herbs are 100% naturally harvested, dried, and pulverized without the chemical interactions that assure the natural herb powders.
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