Liber Herbarum Minor (English)
The incomplete reference-guide to Herbal medicine







Bael, Bael de india, Bael fruit, Bael tree, Bel, Bengal-quince, Bili, Golden apple, Indian bael, Indian quince, Stone apple, Wood apple


Aegle marmelos Correa, Crateva marmelos Linnaeus


foliage, Ripe fruit, Seed, Unripe fruit

Diseases & Uses

Ungrouped Diseases & Uses

Abdominal trouble, Adstringent, Aids digestion, Anti-diarrheic, Anti-diarrhoeal, Antidiarrhoeic, Anti-dysenteric, Astrigent, astringent, benificial effect on the digestion, Bloody flux, Chronic dysentery, complaints of the stomach, Constipation, Costive, Costiveness, diaorrhea, Diarrhea, diarrhoea, Digestive, digestive trouble, Digestive weakness, disease of the eye, disease of the stomach, dispepsia, Dyschezia, dysentery, dyspepsia, Dyssynergic defaecation, Eupeptic, Eye disease, eye diseases, Good for digestion, good for the stomach, Icterus, improves digestion, indigestion, jaundice, ophthalmic disease, opthalmic disease, Poor digestion, Promotes digestion, Satrigent, stimulates digestion, stomach atony, stomach complaints, stomach debility, Stomach disease, stomach disorders, stomachic, stomach lassitude, stomach problems, stomach tonic, Stomach trouble, Warming digestive, weak stomach


Sweet drink

Local (Geographical) use

Phytomedical use in Nepal, Phytomedical use in the Guianas (Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana), Used in Bangladesh


 Allocryptopine, ascorbic acid, ash, Beta Caryophyllene, Calcium, Carbohydrates, Caryophyllene Oxide, Citral, Citronellal, Cuminaldehyde, D-Limonene, essential oil, eucalyptol, fat, Fibres, Gamma-Sitosterol, iron, mucilage, Niacin, P-Cymene, pectin, phellandrene, phosphorus, potassium, protein, psoralen, starch, sugars, tannin, tartaric acid, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, water, Β-Carotene

Source: LiberHerbarum/Pn2286

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