Bal Harad seeds, also known as Terminalia chebula seeds or black myrobalan seeds, are the seeds of the Bal Harad tree. Bal Harad is a deciduous tree native to South Asia, particularly India and Nepal. The seeds are small, brown or black in color and have a hard outer shell. Bal Harad seeds are highly regarded in Ayurvedic medicine for their potential health benefits. They are believed to possess antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and digestive properties. The seeds are commonly used in herbal formulations, tonics, and remedies for various health conditions, including digestive disorders, respiratory issues, and skin problems. Bal Harad seeds can be consumed in powdered form or used to make decoctions, infusions, or extracts. They are a significant component of traditional Ayurvedic medicine and continue to be valued for their therapeutic properties.