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Nimbuka (Lemon) - in sanskrit with meaning

निम्बूक
Nimbuka
Nimbuka (Lemon)
Nimbuka (Lemon)

निम्बूकं निम्बुकं राजनिम्बूकमपरं स्मृतम्
निम्बूकमम्लं वातघ्नं पाचनं दीपनं लघु
राजनिम्बूफलं स्वादु गुरु पित्तसमीरजित् ॥१॥
Nimbuukam Nimbukam Raajanimbuukamaparam Smrtam |
Nimbuukam-Amlam Vaata-Ghnam Paacanam Diipanam Laghu |
Raajanimbuuphalam Svaadu Guru Pitta-Samiira-Jit ||1||

Meaning:
1.1: Nimbuka (Lemon) has another bigger variety which is named as Rajanimbuka,
1.2: Nimbuka (Lemon) is Amla (Sour, Sourness, Acidity), mitigates Vata (A Dosha in Ayurveda which is compared to Air (responsible for movement). The qualities are coldness, dryness, lightness etc), Paacana (Digests Ama but does not stimulate Jatharagni (Digestive Fire)), Dipana (Stimulates the Jatharagni (Digestive Fire) but does not digest Ama) and Laghu (Light, Small, Minute),
1.3: Rajanimbuka is Swadu (Sweet), Guru (Heavy, making Big or Fat) and mitigates Pitta (A Dosha in Ayurveda which is compared to the Sun [Heating Principle]. The qualities are heat, sharp acting, fluidity etc) and Vata (A Dosha in Ayurveda which is compared to Air (responsible for movement). The qualities are coldness, dryness, lightness etc).


(from Madanapala Nighantu)

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Translated by greenmesg

List of Fruits:
- Amra (Mango)
- Dadima (Pomegranate)
- Draksha (Grapes)
- Jambu (Rose Apple)
- Kadali (Plaintain / Banana)
- Kharbuja (Musk Melon)
- Naranga (Orange)
- Narikela (Coconut)
- Nimbuka (Lemon)
- Panasa (Jackfruit)
- Peruka (Guava)
- Seva (Apple)

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