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Bilva consists of pulp of entire, unripe or half ripe fruits of Aegle marmelos Carr, It is a tree, attaining a height of 12 m growing wild and also cultivated throughout the country, rind of fruit is removed and pulp is bruised and dried

Uses: Fever, Nasal bleeding, Diarrhoea, Skin disease, Intestinal worms, Cough, Diabetes, Vomiting, Cough, Stomachache, Infection in intestine.

Chemical Composition: A number of coumarins (including xanthotoxol and alloimperatorin methyl ether), flavonoids (including rutin and marmesin), alkaloids (including alpha-fagarine), sterols and essential oils have been isolated from plant parts. Pectin is an important constituent of the fruit.

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