Botanical Name: Terminalia chebula
Plant Part Used: Fruits
Processing Method: Drying, Grinding
Commonly known as chebulic myrobalan, Terminalia chebula is a species of Terminalia. Native to South Asia, southwest China, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, and Malaysia, it is a deciduous tree with a height of 98 feet. It has oval leaves and white to yellowish flowers. It bears an unpleasant odour with yellow to orange-brown colour fruits. It has a rich content of terflavin B and chebulinic acid.
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Serving Size: 100g
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