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Query from: niru, india, 06/22/08
Topic: TAMIL-ENGLISH      Submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject: TAMIL TO ENGLISH

want to know tamil name for bilberry?? where i will get this in india

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Response from: Latha Jayaprakash,   
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Source: This information comes from my own knowledge.
Dear Niru,

I don't think it has a Tamil name for that. But when I saw the picture at the wikipedia site, it looks like "Naval pazham' smaller variety, which we get here in Chennai. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bilber… As far as I have heard it is shrubs and not trees like as in Naval pazham. Just as you go through the site you'll know what I mean by that

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Response from: s.j lakshmi,   
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Hai niru,

I think there is no specific name for bilberry in Tamil. I think you may get it in fruit shops.

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Response from: Lathaa Manavalan,   
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Source: www.pfaf.org/database/plants.php?Va…
Online Tamil DictionaryYou can search equivalent English word for known Tamil word and vice versa. ... bilberry, ???????????. Caregory : Botany, Plants - Botanik, ... www.tamildict.com/display.php?actio…

You can go to any siddha shop or herbal shop and get it Ayurvedic ProductsDescription, : Manufacturers of Herbs, Herbal Products, Ayurvedic Medicines & Extracts(Plant/Herbsl) like Bilberry extract 25%, etc. ... www.indianyellowpages.com/foreign-y…

Herbal and Natural Remedies,Green Tea Extract Suppliers,Grape Seed ...Herbs & spices [India]. We have many trusted and reliable suppliers operating in the areas related to ... Bilberry extract 1) Appearance: deep purple powder ... www.tradeget.com/products/X583/herb…

Medicinal Plants [Archive] - AgricultureInformation.comHerbal Cultivation Training (HCT) at Madurai, TN, India. ... coleus dry roots · we sell herb extract,bilberry extract,arbutin · Increasing Prevalence Of ... www.agricultureinformation.com/foru…

The dried leaves of bilberries are used in the treatment of a variety of complaints[4]. These leaves should be harvested in early autumn, only green leaves being selected, and then dried in gentle heat[4]. The leaves should not be used medicinally for more than 3 weeks at a time[254]. A tea made from the dried leaves is strongly astringent, diuretic, tonic and an antiseptic for the urinary tract[4]. It is also a remedy for diabetes if taken for a prolonged period[4]. Another report says that the leaves can be helpful in pre-diabetic states but that they are not an alternative to conventional treatment[254]. The leaves contain glucoquinones, which reduce the levels of sugar in the blood[238]. A decoction of the leaves or bark is applied locally in the treatment of ulcers and in ulceration of the mouth and throat[4]. A distilled water made from the leaves is an excellent eyewash for soothing inflamed or sore eyes[7]. Whilst the fresh fruit has a slightly laxative effect upon the body, when dried it is astringent and is commonly used in the treatment of diarrhoea etc[4, 7, 254]. The dried fruit is also antibacterial and a decoction is useful for treating diarrhoea in children[254]. The skin of the fruits contains anthocyanin and is specific in the treatment of hemeralopia (day-blindness)[7]. The fruit is a rich source of anthocyanosides, which have been shown experimentally to dilate the blood vessels[238], this makes it a potentially valuable treatment for varicose veins, haemorrhoids and capillary fragility[254].

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