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  • Haritaki is a herbaceous plant used primarily in Ayurveda. Haritaki is described as the ‘remover of diseases’.
  • The botanical name of haritaki is Terminalia chebula and it belongs to family Combretaceae.
  • Haritaki fruit is sweet, sour and astringent in taste, as well as slightly bitter and pungent.
  • The seven types of haritaki fruit are Vijaya, Rohini, Putana, Amrita, Abhaya, Jivanti, Chetaki.
  • Terminalia chebula is a tree with a rounded crown and spreading branches.
  • Terminalia chebula contains chebulagic, chebulinic acid and corilagin. Its fruits have laxative, stomachic, tonic and alterative 
  • It can be used for abdominal distention, constipation, flatulence, and hiccups.
  • It reduces lipid deposits in the blood and liver. Use with honey to help reduce cholesterol.
  • Haritaki is used both internally and externally to nourish the heart, liver, and kidney, and to treat diseases of the eye.
  • Botanical Description of Terminalia chebula
  • Dosage
  • Haritaki fruit
  • Haritaki - Energetics
  • Herb of the Month
  • Haritaki - Intro


  • Agastya Haritaki
  • Banyan Haritaki
  • Morpheme Haritaki
  • Chebulic Myrobalan
  • Haritaki (Terminalia Chebula)
  • Himalaya Haritaki
  • Triphala - Certified Organic
  • Haritaki Powder


  • Holistic Herbal DetoxAyurvedic Herb
  • General uses of haritaki
  • Medical Purposes
  • Uses
  • Rejuvenative Use Of T. Chebula
  • Triphala
Company Profiles
  • Company from Belgaum
  • Company from California
  • Company from New Delhi
  • Company from Hyderabad
  • Company from Kathmandu
  • Company from Lucknow
  • Company from New Jersey
  • Company from Orissa
  • Company from Salem


  • Effect of a Composite Indian Herbal Preparation, CIHP (III) on Avoidance Learning during Endurance Performance of Rats
  • Free radical scavenging reactions and phytochemical analysis of triphala, an
    ayurvedic formulation
  • Role of Medicinal Plants
    in the Rural Development Programs of India
  • Scientific studies on Terminalia chebula