Ayurvedic Haritaki Formulation
This botanical herbaceous plant is widely used in
ayurvedic medicine practice and traditional medicine.
Common diseases generate health inquiries for natural
products to resolve suffering through Triphala
utilization. There are clinical trials and
scientific abstracts on this common herb plus historic
records on use as Vatadosha plus rasayana as explained
Powdered varieties and extracts and not preferred as much as
liquid formulas and whole fruit. Other names
include Harada and Black Myroblan with the nickname king
of medicines. Also referred to as Harithaki in
Sanskrit and Karkchettu. The fruit originates in
Northern and Central India with the Vijaya being the
preferred variety. Types of
Haritaki fruit depending upon
geographical region include Putana and Jivanti version.
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treat, cure or prevent any disease; research is
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We make no health claims on the ingredients all or in
part we simply say try it you might like the benefits.
Research abstract titles appearing in the Pubmed
Isolation of chebulic acid from Terminalia chebula Retz.
and its antioxidant effect in isolated biological hepatocytes
- Determination of hydrolyzable tannins in the fruit of
Terminalia chebula Retz. by high-performance liquid
chromatography and capillary electrophoresis.-
Statistical optimization of tannase production from
Penicillium variable using fruits (chebulic myrobalan)
of Terminalia chebula
The Ayurvedic medicines Haritaki, Amala and Bahira
reduce cholesterol-induced atherosclerosis in rabbits.
Haritaki. A comparative study of literature in Ayurveda
and Tibetan medicine.
Growth-inhibiting activity of active component isolated
from Terminalia chebula fruits against intestinal
Preparative isolation of hydrolysable tannins chebulagic
acid and chebulinic acid from Terminalia chebula by
high-speed counter-current chromatography.
chebula (fruit) prevents liver toxicity caused by
sub-chronic administration of rifampicin, isoniazid and
pyrazinamide in combination
Antioxidant effects of aqueous extract of Terminalia
chebula in vivo and in vitro.
Cytoprotective effect on oxidative stress and inhibitory
effect on cellular aging of Terminalia chebula fruit
Antioxidant and free radical scavenging activities of
[Supercritical-CO2 fluid extraction of the fatty oil in
Terminalia chebula and GC-MS analysis]
Potential of the aqueous extract of Terminalia chebula
as an anticaries agent.