Fruits contain a green fixed oil, saponin, tannins,
a resitious residue and three amorphous and hygroscopic
glycosidal compounds. A non-nitrogenous crystalline
substance isolated from the fruit pulp which is
identical with phyllembin (ethyl gailate) an active
principle isolated from Emiblica officinalis.
Extract of the fruit shows a marked bile - stimulant
activity, and increases the total solid content in the
bile secreted in anaesthetised dogs but aqueous extract
has poor activity; 30 mg/kg alcoholic extract shows
increase in bile secretion; blood pressure and
respiration do not get affected. But a higher dose 60
mg/kg produces a fall in blood pressure and a dose of
100 mg/kg is fatal. The cold water extracts possess
Clinical trial of Bibhitaka phala churna (Terminalia
belerica powder) in 137 cases suffering from kasa, swasa
and mixed cases of kasa-swas a indicated that the drug
has bronchodilatory, antispasmodic, antiphlegmatic,
expectorant and sedative activities. Kernel is narcotic
and astringent and is used as an application to inflamed
parts. Fully ripe or dried fruit mixed with honey is
used as an application in conjunctivitis. It is a
constituent of Triphala and is prescribed in diseases of
liver and gastrointestinal tract and in a large variety
of diseases as a rasayana.
Terminalia belerica (4:1) - 500 mg (Dry Fruit extract)
Dose and Anupana
1 capsule two times a day with water.
Prescribed doses should be taken timely.
Packing: As per Request
Expiry: 5 Years