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myrobalan,

name for the cherry plumplum,
common name for a tree of any of many species of the genus Prunus of the family Rosaceae (rose family) and for its fruit, a drupe. The plum is generally cultivated in the temperate zones, though among the numerous varieties and hybrids are types suitable for many
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 and also for several Asian almondalmond,
name for a small tree (Prunus amygdalus) of the family Rosaceae (rose family) and for the nutlike, edible seed of its drupe fruit. The "nuts" of sweet-almond varieties are eaten raw or roasted and are pressed to obtain almond oil.
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 trees.
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When my husband got up from the sofa, also to go upstairs, he told, "after the news there is a very good tele-drama, King Athikaman giving to the renowned Tamil poetess Auvai, the Nelli-kani (fruit of the emblic myrobalan tree).
Rootstocks with plum parentage, including 'Controller 5,' 'Krymsk' clones 1, 2, 9 and 86, 'Marianna 2624,' and 'Myrobalan,' varied in susceptibility to the complex in nonfumigated soil (NF/F stem diameter increase proportions of 0.46 to 0.74).
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chebula, commonly known as black myrobalan, ink tree, or chebulic myrobalan (English), haritaki (Sanskrit and Bengali), harad (Hindi), harada (Marathi and Gujrati) Karkchettu (Telugu) and Kadukkaya (Tamil), is a flowering evergreen tree of the family Corn-bretaceae.
Antibacterial activity of black myrobalan (Terminalia chebula Retz) against Helicobacter pylori.
It seems that in early translations of Mahayana sutras, the term "King of Medicine" (Bhaisajya-raja) was an ambiguous term that could indicate either the intangible Dharma teachings (the ultimate medicine) and/or an actual healing substance, which Birnbaum identifies as the dried fruit of the myrobalan (Skt.
Therefore, give me jaggery and myrobalan fruit." The Buddha recovered fully.
TRIPHALA (Bellirica myrobalan) Good for: This is a digestive aid, believed to relieve constipation.
* Terminalia bellerica; belleric myrobalan, bahera, vern.
Trim fast-growing hedges - Lonicera nitida, Privet, Thorn, Myrobalan and flowering plum - with the sides parallel or tapering to the top and repeat in three to four weeks for a close knit hedge.
sastrani sarapatrani samidho 'tha vibhltakah / lohitani ca vasamsi sruvam karsnayasam tatha // 6.60.22 Weapons served as the sarapatra grass, myrobalan wood (88) was the kindling.