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Baheda Fruit Whole Dry – Bibhitaki – Terminalia Bellirica

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Minimum Order Quantity 1 Kg
Color Brown
Packaging Size As Per Customer Requirements
Packaging Type As Per Customer Requirements
Botanical Name Terminia Bellirica
Processing Type Natural
Usage/Application Ayurveda
Dried Yes
Is It Dried Dried
Grade Standard Medicine Grade
Brand Sinhal
Size As Per Customer Requirements
Part Used Fruits Dry
Place Of Origin India
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Bibhitaki, also known as Baheda in Hindi, is one among three fruits of Triphala. Its actual Sanskrit name is Vibheetaki. Bheeta means, fear. Vibheeta means lack of fear and Vibhitaki means the fruit that takes away the fear of disease. But in Hindi, they usually pronounce ‘va’ as ‘ba’. So the name Bibhitaki. Its botanical name is Terminalia bellirica / bellerica.

English name: Belleric myrobalan / Belliric myrobalan, Bastard Myrobalan

Telugu name: Tanikaya, Taani

Tamil name: Akkam, Todikai, Thanakkai, Tanri, tanrikkai, Tani

Bengali name: baida

Arabic name: baleelaj

Farsi name: Baleel

Malayalam, Hindi, Gujarati name: Baheda

Kannada name: Shanti kayi, Tare Kayi

Hindi name: Baheda, Bahera

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