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Behada

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Terminalia bellirica, known as bahera or beleric or bastard myrobalan, (Arabic: beliledj بليلج,[1] Sanskrit: Bibhitaka बिभीतक,[2] Aksha अक्ष[3]), is a large deciduous tree common on plains and lower hills in Southeast Asia, where it is also grown as an avenue tree. The basionym is Myrobalanus bellirica Gaertn
Famed as one of the trio of rejuvenating dry fruits that constitute the miraculous Triphala formulation, Baheda, or Bibhitaki is a classical ayurvedic ingredient that is extremely beneficial in relieving respiratory anomalies while balancing all the three doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha) and nourishing the dhatus within the body
The plant is usually found flourishing in scattered forests, upper layer trees of stream valleys, lower seasonal rain forests, sunny mountain slopes, monsoon forests, and mixed deciduous forests, and thrives best on fertile, loamy soils with good drainage.
Baheda is a tree of deciduous origin that grows to a height of up to 12-50 metres and a diameter of 3 metres with a roundish-oval crown. It usually has a buttressed trunk at the base with branches of up to 20 metres in length. The bark is usually 10-20 mm thick, bluish or ashey-grey in colour and covered with numerous fine longitudinal cracks and yellowish inner marks on the bark.
Common Names : Beleric Myrobalan, Barro, Bedda Nut Tree, Thani, Thandri, Baheda, Bastard Myrobalan, Bolsuiri, Belliric Myrabolan, Beach Almond, Agong, Belleric and Behere
Maximum Reachable Height: 40m
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Terminalia bellirica, known as bahera or beleric or bastard myrobalan, (Arabic: beliledj بليلج,[1] Sanskrit: Bibhitaka बिभीतक,[2] Aksha अक्ष[3]), is a large deciduous tree common on plains and lower hills in Southeast Asia, where it is also grown as an avenue tree. The basionym is Myrobalanus bellirica Gaertn
Famed as one of the trio of rejuvenating dry fruits that constitute the miraculous Triphala formulation, Baheda, or Bibhitaki is a classical ayurvedic ingredient that is extremely beneficial in relieving respiratory anomalies while balancing all the three doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha) and nourishing the dhatus within the body
The plant is usually found flourishing in scattered forests, upper layer trees of stream valleys, lower seasonal rain forests, sunny mountain slopes, monsoon forests, and mixed deciduous forests, and thrives best on fertile, loamy soils with good drainage.
Baheda is a tree of deciduous origin that grows to a height of up to 12-50 metres and a diameter of 3 metres with a roundish-oval crown. It usually has a buttressed trunk at the base with branches of up to 20 metres in length. The bark is usually 10-20 mm thick, bluish or ashey-grey in colour and covered with numerous fine longitudinal cracks and yellowish inner marks on the bark.
Common Names : Beleric Myrobalan, Barro, Bedda Nut Tree, Thani, Thandri, Baheda, Bastard Myrobalan, Bolsuiri, Belliric Myrabolan, Beach Almond, Agong, Belleric and Behere
Maximum Reachable Height: 40m

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