Name: Aegle marmelos
Names: Bael, Bilwa, Belaphal
Baci fruit, Koovalam,
Sreephal, Vilva, Vilvam
This ayurvedic herb is found throughout India from the sub-Himalayan forests to Burma (Myanmar).
Used: Fruit, root-bark, leaves, rind, flowers
The fruit, root-bark, leaves, rind of the ripe fruit and flowers. Contains a bitter principle, volatile oils, pectin and tannin. The wood-ash is rich in minerals and phosphates.
antipyretic, aphrodisiac, aromatic, alterative, astringent; digestive stimulant,
febrifuge, hemostatic, laxative, nutritive, stomachic, stimulant,
Ripe fruit is sweet, aromatic, cooling, alterative and nutritive.
Fresh fruit has laxative properties. Unripe fruit is astringent, digestive,
stomachic, and constipative. Pulp is stimulant, antipyretic and antiscorbutic. Fresh juice is bitter and pungent.
Decoction of the root and stem-bark is used in the palpitation of the heart. Leaf-juice is reported to have multifarious medicinal uses, including control of
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