Harde Fruit Tea Bag

$5.49

Botanical NameTerminalia chebula

Common Name:

  • English: Chebulic myrobalan, Black Myrobalan
  • Ayurvedic: Haritaki, Kaayasthaa, Pathyaa, Shreyasi, Shivaa
  • Unani: Harad, Halelaa siyaah, Halelaa zard, Halelaa Kaabuli
  • Also, known as: Haritaki, Harra, Harro, Harroh, Haser, Helikha, Hezi, Himaja, Hirda, Hirdo, Hireda, Abhaya, Ahlilaj kabuli, Alalekai, Alayla, Amagola, Arabi, Aralu, Areyra, Aridadi, Aadamier chebule, Sa-mothai, Samo-thai, Shajar shiir hindi, Sirri hindi, Silikha, Siva, Sringitiga, Bal har, Habra, Hacha, Halela, Halela kabuli, Halela zard, Halileh, Halileh kaboli, Halilehsiyah, Halileh zard, Hallilaj, Harad, Harar, Harda, Hardo, Black myrobalan, Bush kaduka, Chebulic myrobalan, Chebulische Myrobalane, Divya, Ga ja, Harir, Hlilej khel, Hlijej sfer, Hokikha, Ihlilaj kabuli, Inknut tree, Inknut, Jivathi, Kabuli-harda, Hora, Kashi, Katukka, Kayastha, Kotpung-pla, Kurka, Medicine terminalia, Mirobalan de caboul, Mirobalano, Myrobalan, Myrobalano nero, Myrobalans, Kadukka, Kadukkai, Kale har, Karaka, Karakkaya, Myrobaran, Pathya, Pile har, Pilo-harde, Post-e-haleela kabli, Post-e-haleela siyah, Post-e-haleela zard, Pulo-harda, Rispiger Myrobalanenbaum, Rong mao he zi, Silikha, Suddha, Terminaalia, Vayastha, Vijaya, Yellow myrobalan, Yellow myrobalan plum, Zama, and Zangli har

Habitat: India

Origin: India   

Harvested: Wild or cultivated

Parts Used: Fruit                                                      

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