Bel Patra Plant, Bilva Patra, Tripatra, Stone apple, Wood apple, Aegle Marmelos

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  • 1 plant height with pot is 1 feet and pot size is 5 inches diameter.
  • Bel patra is a plant also known as bilva patra in Sanskrit.
  • The bel patra plant takes away all negative vibes and fills the surroundings with positivity
  • The three-leaf bel patra symbolizes the Trinity: Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh (Shiva).
  • The word ‘bilva’ means the bel tree and ‘patra’ means leaf.
  • In summers, the bel patra is also used as a refreshing summer cooler drink to beat the heat.
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Bel Patra Plant
Aegle marmelos, commonly known as bael, Bengal quince, golden apple, stone apple, wood apple, bili, is a species of tree native to India. It is present throughout Southeast Asia as a naturalized species. The tree is considered to be sacred by Hindus. Its fruits are used in traditional medicine and as a food throughout its range.

Religious significance-The Holy Bael
The fruit is also used in religious rituals. In Hinduism the tree is sacred. It is used in the worship of Shiva, who is said to favor the leaves. The tri-foliate form of leaves symbolize the trident that Shiva holds in his right hand. The fruits were used in place of coconuts before large-scale rail transportation became available. The fruit is said to resemble a skull with a white, bone-like outer shell and a soft inner part, and is sometimes called seer phael (head-fruit). However, it is quite likely that, the term ‘Seer Phal’ has coined from the Sanskrit term ‘ShreePhal, which again is a common name for this fruit. Many Hindus have bael trees in their gardens.

Medicinal uses

Research has found the essential oil of the Bael tree to be effective against 21 types of bacteria. It is prescribed for smooth bowel movement to patients suffering from constipation and other gastrointestinal problems.

Research also indicates that unripe Bael fruit is effective in combating giardia and rotavirus. While unripe Bael fruit did not show antimicrobial properties, it did inhibit bacteria adherence to and invasion of the gut (i.e. the ability to infect the gut).
Local names.

Indian Subcontinent
Hindi: Bel
Urdu: Sirphal
Oriya: Baela
Kannada: bilva
Konkani: gorakamli
Malayalam: koo-valam
Marathi: Kaveeth
Punjabi: Beel
Sinhalese: Beli
Tamil: Vilvam
Telugu: maredu

 

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