Vol. 10, Issue 3, Part A (2022)
A review on Terminalia bellirica and aloe barbadensis
Author(s): Shivani, Ravinder Kumar, Shruti Sharma, Pankaj Palsra, Rakesh Thamman
Abstract: Many medicinal plants are used in Ayurveda to treat disorders such as obesity, diarrhoea, digestive system weakness, greying of hair, kidney stones, memory loss, ageing, eye sight strengthening, immunity building, and many other diseases. The fruits of Terminalia bellirica have therapeutic properties. These have laxative, astringent, anthelmintic, and antipyretic properties. Hepatitis, bronchitis, asthma, dyspepsia, piles diarrhoea, coughs, hoarse of the voice, eye disease, Scorpio-sting, and hair tonic are all treated with its fruits. The fruit's pulp can help with dysentery, diarrhoea, dropsy, piles, and leprosy. Purgatives are made from half-ripe fruit. The fruit's kernel is narcotic. A. barbadensis is a natural product that is currently widely utilized in cosme, despite the fact that there are several indications for its usage. In Ayurveda, Aloe barbadensis is called as Kumari or Grit Kumari. This article provides a brief overview of T. belerica and A. barbadensis.
How to cite this article:
Shivani, Ravinder Kumar, Shruti Sharma, Pankaj Palsra, Rakesh Thamman. A review on Terminalia bellirica and aloe barbadensis. Int J Herb Med 2022;10(3):50-55.