Navara, a special cereal, has equal importance in food and curative purposes. It has the properties to rectify the basic ills affecting the circulatory, respiratory as well as the digestive system.
Black glumed Njavara has been used in Ayurveda treatment from the age of Charaka – ie. BC 600.
Honey, the sweet, golden liquid produced by bees from the nectar of flowers in its purest form.
Commonly honey is used as a natural sweetener in many parts of the world. It is also used either with warm water or lemon juice to reduce weight. It scrapes out the excessive sputum, smoothens the inflamed mucus membrane of the upper respiratory tract and thereby retrieves irritating cough. Honey, along with other Ayurvedic medicines is used to alleviate cough & asthma.
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Thulasi being top on the list with major part of it is believed to be auspicious with its medicinal aura. Thulasi called as Holy Basil due to its auspicious properties. Thulasi is considered as important herb due to its adoptogenic property which is very important to balance difference systemic processes in our body. Thulasi extract gives strong aroma and due to its astringent taste it gives strong positive impact on health when consumed in different modes. Continue reading
Ginger is a common rhizome available widely in India and it has classical references for its better use in Ayurvedic formulations. Basically, it is used in a wet form in culinary purposes; however it is used in the dry powder form for various medicinal purposes. Ginger is said to be quite effective in digestive system disorders and it is even called as Baishajya for that matter as it acts as medicine. The extract of ginger like Zingerone is useful to promote digestion and to prevent gastric related disorders like diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, flatulence, indigestion etc.
Rice bran along with the germ is an inherent part of whole grain which is produced as a by-product of white rice processing. It consists of phytonutrients like oryzanols, tocopherols, tocotrienols, phytosterols and importantly dietary fibers. It offers various health benefits due to its content of antioxidants, vitamin E, B vitamins, and essential fatty acids. Rice bran is naturally lactose-free, gluten-free and hypoallergenic, making it a tolerable health product.
Dhania’s Latin name is Coriandrum Sativum and it derives from the same family as cumin.Coriander is a source of Vitamins B, C, & K, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, iron, phytonutrients, and flavonoids. In Ayurveda, the rasa or initial taste of coriander is astringent.
It then creates a sweet taste as it’s digested. Coriander is fine for all three Ayurvedic body types to use and it does not provoke Pitta, unlike many other spices. In ayurveda it is especially indicated in treating Pitta aggravation. The consumption of Dhania in the form of choorna or Decoction will effectively reduce the cholesterol level in the blood and also reduces the deposition along the inner walls of the veins and arteries.
Amla, Scientifically called as Emblica Officinalis is widely available in India and used for preparing many ayurvedic formulations, and widely used as supplements and culinary purposes. Due to its potency and medicinal qualities, Amla which is used in powder form is very useful in various health issues. Among multiple qualities and pharmacological properties, Amla Powder is predominant in Antioxidant, Hypolipidaemic, Antiartherosclerotic, Antifunal, and Antiinflammatory properties.Hence it is used in various health issues like digestive disorders, to promote weight loss in obesity individuals, and various skin disorders, and even to prevent hair fall.