Indian Bael and Bael Tree Introduction and Properties

Indian Bael tree is a very big and very Beneficial tree. Today we will learn about it.

Indian Bael Name

Name of Indian Bael in Different Languages. The Botanical name of Indian bael Aegle marmelos  (Linn.) Corr. Syn-Crateva is marmelos Linn. It belongs to the (Rutaceae) family. Indian bael names in other languages-

Indian Bael and Indian Bael Tree

Indian Bael Tree

Sanskrit– Shriphal, Kantaki, Sadaphal, Mahakapittha, Granthil, Gohritaki, Mangalya, Malur, Trishikha, Mahaphal, Bilva, Hridyagandha, Shaulya, Shailke leaves, Lakshmiphal, Gandphal, Duraruha, Trishakha leaves, Shivam, Satyaphal, Satyadharma, Sitanan, Nilamallik, and etc.
Hindi-bael, sreefal;
Arabic– (SafarjaleHindi);
English-Bael tree, Bael fruit, Indian bael;


What is the origin of bael?

Bael tree is tree thousands – millions of years old. According to Shastra Purana, it is a divine tree. Yellowed fruits turn green after 1 year. And after plucking and keeping its leaves, even after 6 months, you can use bael leaves for any work.

considered holy and impurity preventer. worshiped with bael leaves in the month of Sawan. Every part of the tree is very beneficial

External Appearance:-

Indian bael tree height?

Indian Bael tree is 20 to 35 feet high and the roundness is 3 to 4.5 feet.

Its fruits are 2 to 3 inches round in shape. The fruit is solid on the outside and soft on the inside. The seeds are small and numerous.


What are the medicinal uses of the bael tree?

Chemical Organization:-

The bael contains tannic acid, volatile oil, bitter substances, and a greasy paste. Its root, leaves, and bark contain sugar-reducing substances.


Digestive, Heart, Blood column, Urinary and subsequent sugar lowering, Blood diarrhea, Diabetes, White leucorrhoea, Menorrhagia – It is anti-inflammatory.

Digestion, heart, blood column, urine and lowering sugar, blood diarrhea, diabetes, white leucorrhoea, diarrhea, blood pressure.

Small Aegle Marmelos Fruit:-

Digestive, aliphatic, hot and ‘colic’, rheumatism, collecting, expectorant and intestinal
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Half-Ripe Fruit:-

Bitter, astringent, hot, aliphatic, laxative, digestive, heart, and cough killer. The seed oil is very hot and has a strong aphrodisiac.


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Ripe Fruits:

Bitter, containing liquefied juice, sweet juice predominant, hot, burning. Mridurechak (constipating in large quantities) is the heart and force-producing air-conditioned air.


It is useful in congestive, digestive, expectorant, antipyretic, diabetes, ascites, eructation, fever, etc.

Root and bark:-

Some intoxicants for nerve fibers, used in fever, urinary incontinence, weakness of the heart, etc.

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Disclaimer:  Consult an Ayurveda specialist or doctor before consuming it after reading the post or blog. Because I am not an ayurvedic specialist and neither am I a doctor. I am telling you about this advice after consulting a big ayurvedic specialist and doctor and after reading or listening to ayurvedic books


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