spellings of the Arabic term for myrobalan
(halilaj and ihlilaj).
Antibacterial activity of black myrobalan
(Terrninalia chebula Retz) against Helicobacter pylori.
Tannin content 28% in fruit, 21% in
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.
Tenders are invited for Research And Development (R&D) Project Proposals On Minor Forest Produces (Mfp) Such As Sal Seed & Leaf, Mahua Seed, Lac, Chironji, Wild Honey, Myrobalan
, Tamarind, Gum Karaya, Karanj Seeds Etc.
This passage specifies the halilag-i kabulig or Kabuli myrobalan
, Ibn Juljul's no.
The dialog, renown as tradition of Myrobalan
Fruit (Hadith-e-Halila) reported in the form of a letter that Imam wrote to his friend, Mufaddal ibn Umar al Jaufi.
The fruits have different names in different parts of the world; Haritaki Harad Hirada (subcontinent) Aralu (Sri Lanka) Zhang-Qin-Ge Hezi (China) Harra Harro (Tibet) Myrobalane (Germany) and Myrobalan
in dien (France) (SuryaPrakash et al.
1 The first stage of the process: the cloth is boiled in a decoction of myrobalan
, after which it is dried, then washed and squeezed in a bath of crushed myrobalan
and buffalo milk, and beaten.
English: Emblic, Emblic myrobalan
, Malacca tree, Indian gooseberry 16 Cajanus cajan (L.
Microsatellite genetic linkage maps of myrobalan
plum and an almond-peach hybrid--location of root-knot nematode resistance genes.
i) A-ru-ra, Terminalia Chebula Retz-chebulic myrobalan