Although the seven varieties of T.chebula are described by Hooker; only two varieties are found and the others are their sub-varieties, namely, Terminalia chebula var. chebula. The leaves and shoots are hairless or only hairy when very young, and in Terminalia chebula var. tomentella (Kurz) C.B.Clarke, the leaves and shoots are silvery to orange and hairy.

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Turmeric, Haritaki, Neem, if you have these few things around your house, you will never fall sick. Every house a neem tree, few turmeric plants, little Haritaki. Same way, if you have little more land around your house, this three trees…...You see, two lakh trees are recorded. Two lakh trees and plants and herbs are recorded in Ayurveda.  In that three trees,  do not….will not have flower and directly will have fruit - pookadhu kaikum – means they will not have flower, they will directly have fruit, thes three trees, – Aala, Arasu, Athi, Banyan, Peepal, Fig – this three trees do not flower, directly give fruit. This three tree, they are called root to leaf aushadha. From the root to the leaf, they are medicines. This three trees, you can take anything it will be good to your body.  So, if you have little land around your home, try to have this few trees. One, first, foremost -  neem, second - banyan, turmeric plant.  Turmeric, can be had...you can have even in a small pot and Fig, Peepal, Banyan - Aala, Arasu, Athi, even the breeze will be healing your system.
Indian Gooseberry Arginine Search form Haritaki or Harde Whole is a plant that is widely used throughout the Indian subcontinent. Its scientific name is Terminalia chebula. It grows at altitudes of over 1800 meters above sea level and is a moderately small plant. It grows to about 2.5 meters tall, it is one of those plants that have been used for many centuries as a common household cure. It takes an important place in the culture and medicinal practices of ancient India. It is related to the turmeric and the roots and fruits of the plant are used.
Let me expand on, the Sacred Secret Science of Third Eye. The science which goes on raising the frequency of your perception. Listen carefully, which goes on raising the frequency of your perception. Yesterday, I gave you one simple technique, letting the turmeric and kum kum work on your Third Eye. Why you know? Turmeric is the powerful antidote for fluoride. Please understand, fluoride and turmeric both, enter into your system through skin. For example, the fluoridated water, you don’t have to drink fluoridated water, to get the fluoride toxin inside you. Fluoride is officially classified as a neuro toxin.  Listen carefully, fluoride, fluoridated water or object, you don’t have to take, drink, orally you don’t have to take inside, to get affected by the toxin. Even, if you take bath in the water fluoridated, fluoride can enter into your system. Through skin it enters. Same way, turmeric has the quality, to enter into your system through skin. Forty percent of the turmeric enters into your skin, when you rub it.  For example, if you rub 100 gram turmeric on your skin, 40 gram penetrates and gets into your system. The penetration rate is too high. It’s complete antidote for fluoride.

It is a totally wild scene here. I am at the program being run by Paramahamsa Nithyananda. The program is about developing the ability to increase intuition and there are some remarkable events showing up. For instance, the other day about 90% of over 2000 participants shared that they had intuitively recognized various objects using their third eye.


While the physiological function of the pineal gland has been unknown until recent times, mystical traditions and esoteric schools have long known this area in the middle of the brain to be the connecting link between the physical and spiritual worlds. Considered the most powerful and highest source of ethereal energy available to humans, the pineal gland has been seen as a gateway that leads within to inner realms and spaces of higher consciousness. Awakening the third eye acts as a “stargate.”


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Haritaki Fruit Powder (Terminalia Chebula) is a traditional rejuvenative used to cleanse and nourish the bodily tissues. Balancing for all doshas, especially Vata. The deciduous Haritaki tree grows at an altitude of 1,800 meters. The round tree is crowned and braches spread out, with a diameter of 1.5 to 2.5 meters. The long ovate leaves are acute, in opposite pairs about 10 to 20 cm long. The flowers are dull white with spikes and can be found at the end of the branches. The fruit is hard and yellowish green in color. Each fruit has a single seed that is light yellow in color. The tree can be found in the sub Himalayan tracks, from Ravi to West Bengal and in the deciduous forests of Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Assam and Maharashtra. It is known as haritaki, abhaya and pathya in Sanskrit; harad in Hindi; hirada in Marathi; alalekaayi in Kannada; kadukkai in Tamil; horitoky in Bengali; xilikha in Assamese and karakkaya in Telugu.
The Agni Purana, a text of ancient Hindu mythology, mentions Haritaki being prescribed along with Indian gooseberry as a concoction for longevity. According to Hindu mythology, Haritaki happened upon the earth by birthing from a drop of nectar that had fallen from the chalice of Lord Indra. The falling drop of nectar landed on the soils of India and the Terminalia tree was born.
Rapid evacuation of stool first thing in the morning leaving you with feeling healthy, empty, clear, relaxed and relived. This indicates that you are taking the correct amount of Haritaki plus. Start with 1 capsule each evening and gradually increase the amount until your body attains the desired results, for example: too little Haritaki and your system is not being fully cleansed, too much and your extended time in the bathroom may be uncomfortable. Find the balance that works for you always remembering that the cleansing is directly related to mental clarity, third eye (pineal gland) cleansing and function.
Terminalia chebula is medium to large sized deciduous tree growing up to height of 25-30mt and diameter of trunk of this tree is 1mt. This plant matures with numerous branches and rounded crown. Bark of this medicinal plant is dark brown in color with longitudinal cracks. Leaves are oval or elliptic, 7-8cm long, alternate or sub opposite in direction with a petiole of 1-3cm. These are oblique and unequal at the base and have 5-8 pairs of veins. Fruit of this plant is ovoid drupe, broad, blackish and have five longitudinal ridges. Flowers have dull white to yellow color with strong and unpleasant odor. Its flowers are hermaphrodite and fruits are yellow to orange-brown in color. Flowering of this Indian medicinal plant appears between April and August and plant bears fruits from November to January.
Haritaki is a natural antibacterial and antifungal that can be used to treat bacterial overgrowths such as candida, H. pylori in the stomach and, bacterial overgrowth in the mouth too. The Ayurvedic Triphala is made by combining three medicinal herbs: Haritaki, Bibhitaki, and Amalaki. A study conducted by India’s Government Medical College and Government Dental College, tested 5 different forms of natural treatments for reducing E. faecalis, which is a very common bacteria found in the mouth and which is a cause of gum disease. The study concluded that the Ayurvedic Triphala was the safest and most effective way of eliminating E. faecalis, making this a promising treatment for prevention from dental cavities.
Antiviral agents: Based on in vitro studies, extracts of Terminalia chebula may inhibit human immunodeficiency virus-1 reverse transcriptase (40), and Terminalia chebula and Ledretan-96 (an herbal formula containing Terminalia chebula) may protect against damage caused by influenza A virus (3). Based on animal studies, Terminalia chebula may inhibit replication of human cytomegalovirus (CMV) and murine CMV (MCMV) in MCMV infection models of immunosuppressed mice (41; 42), and the combination of acyclovir with Terminalia chebula Retz. may have strong therapeutic anti-herpes simplex virus type 1 activity in mice (43).
Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) is considered to be most suitable herbs for balancing vata dosha. Supporting the body's natural cleansing process by helping in removal of any accumulated natural toxins in the gastrointestinal tract. As a rejuvenative, it strengthens and nourishes the tissues and supports the proper function of the colon, lungs, liver and spleen. Haritaki is traditionally used as a remedy for all vata-related imbalances. It maintains regular elimination, helps promote healthy body mass, and supports comfortable and complete digestion.
The latest news is that Haritaki has been shown to increase brain function. Researchers found out to their surprise that haritaki improved brain function and slowed cognitive decline. This obviously is very profound considering the number of people who are noticing issues with brain function diseases such as Parkinson s disease and Alzheimer’s disease.
Haritaki contains antibacterial agents that clean the gut of harmful bacteria. Researchers point out that for every hour the human waste stays in the gut the bacteria multiply by many millions. Many of these bacteria are harmful and have been connected with diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases. Researchers have found that the bacteria penetrate the  intestinal walls, and create cuts. These cuts are similar to the lesions that appear in the brain as part of the onset of these diseases. Very interestingly, these cuts in the intestinal walls are showing up up to 20 years in advance of the cuts appearing in the brain. The conclusion is that the disease spreads through the central nervous system to the brain. Tests for early onset of Parkinson’s are now being conducted by looking into the intestines for signs of these cuts.