Here Are Five Common Gut Related Problems In Which Bael Acts Amazingly
The antibacterial property of bael helps lower the colonization of harmful bacteria in the gut and treats diarrhea.
Tannins and mucilage content of the bael fruit reduces the secretion of gastric acid and prevents the damage to the stomach lining, thus reducing the ulcer formation.
Inflammatory bowel syndrome (IBS)
The bael fruit is rich in anti-inflammatory compounds called tannins, which ease stomach upset by reducing the inflammation within the digestive tract.
Bael stimulates the action of digestive enzymes and improves digestion.
The ripe bael fruit is loaded with fiber which adds bulk to the stools and promotes bowel movement.