Chebulic Myrobalan is a flowering deciduous tree called in Common the Myrobalan or sometimes the Chebulic Myrobalan. It is native to the Indian subcontinent and the adjacent areas such as Pakistan, Nepal and the south-west of China stretching as far south as Kerala or even Sri Lanka where is called Aralu. This tree yields smallish, ribbed and nut-like fruits which are picked up when still green and then pickled, boiled with a little added sugar in their own syrup or used in preserves or concotions. The seed of the fruit, which has an eliptical shape, is an abrasive pit enveloped by a fleshy and firm pulp. Chebulic Myrobalan can reach heights of 20 meters.
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|Botanical Name||Common Name||Hindi||Malayalam|
|Terminalia Chebula||Chebulic Myrobalan||हर्रा / Harra||കടുക്ക / Katukka|