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Haritaki (Terminalia chebula)



Product Name Price US$ Add To Cart
Herb Powder     (225 g./0.5 LB) 14.49
Herb powder       (450g/1 LB) 24.95
Herb powder     (900g.2.00 LB) 46.95
Capsules (60) 12.95

Capsules (120) 22.95

Tablet (120 tabs) 12.95

Certified Organic Hritaki
Certified Organic Powder          (225g. /0.5 LB) 15.49

Certified Organic powder

(450 g./1.00 LB)


Certified Organic powder (900g./2.00 LB)  50.95

60 (Cap.)  14.95

120 (Cap.)   27.95

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Medicinal uses:

It is astringent, light, easily assimilated, digestive, antiseptic, alternative, laxative, diuretic and carminative. It promotes digestive power, heals wounds and ulcers, cures local swellings, skin and eye diseases. Laxative, stomachic, tonic and alternative. Used in fevers, cough, asthma, urinary diseases

Home remedies:

  1. It is a safe purgative its powder can be used as purgative in the dose of 3-5gms.
  2. One should perform Kavala and Gandusha along with the decoction of Haritaki in the diseases of oral cavity.
  3. One should paste its dry powder on the teeth to make strengthen them.

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