Haritaki / Harde, Black (Himej) (Terminalia Chebula), Small Pieces

8,95
Haritaki / Harde, Black (Himej) (Terminalia Chebula), Small Pieces

Description

Himej (Black Harde) is known for its astringent, laxative and tonic properties. Himej promotes tissue growth, increase the digestion power, laxative to clean bowls and eliminate all the toxic, useful in asthma, piles and cough.*

 Usage: Chewing 1 piece of the Black Himej, increases digestion power.

Fry dried Himej in pure ghee or oil, make powder, take half to one teaspoon of powder with milk or water before going to bed.

Harad is a fruit that grows on the Terminalia chebula tree. This small, deciduous tree belongs to the Combretaceae family and is highly regarded in Ayurveda. Harad has a unique appearance with a round shape, a greenish-yellow color when unripe, and a dark yellow to black hue when fully ripe.

It has a slightly sour taste, which is why people often refer it to as the “King of Medicines” in Ayurveda due to its numerous medicinal properties. The fruit gets harvested when ripe and dried further to enhance its therapeutic potential. It is available in various forms, including whole fruit, powdered form, capsules, and extracts, making it convenient for different medicinal applications.

Haritaki / Harde, Black (Himej) (Terminalia Chebula), Small Pieces
8,95

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Peso 0,100 kg
Haritaki / Harde, Black (Himej) (Terminalia Chebula), Small Pieces

Description

Himej (Black Harde) is known for its astringent, laxative and tonic properties. Himej promotes tissue growth, increase the digestion power, laxative to clean bowls and eliminate all the toxic, useful in asthma, piles and cough.*

 Usage: Chewing 1 piece of the Black Himej, increases digestion power.

Fry dried Himej in pure ghee or oil, make powder, take half to one teaspoon of powder with milk or water before going to bed.

Harad is a fruit that grows on the Terminalia chebula tree. This small, deciduous tree belongs to the Combretaceae family and is highly regarded in Ayurveda. Harad has a unique appearance with a round shape, a greenish-yellow color when unripe, and a dark yellow to black hue when fully ripe.

It has a slightly sour taste, which is why people often refer it to as the “King of Medicines” in Ayurveda due to its numerous medicinal properties. The fruit gets harvested when ripe and dried further to enhance its therapeutic potential. It is available in various forms, including whole fruit, powdered form, capsules, and extracts, making it convenient for different medicinal applications.