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Benefits of tulsi
BOTANICAL NAME:- Ocimum sanctum FAMILY:- Lamiaceae COMMON NAMES:-  ENGLISH:- Holy basil Hindi:- Tulsi Sanskrit:- Sursa Chemical Constituents:-  The main constituents of tulsi are- Oleanolic acid, Ursolic acid, Rosmarinic acid, Eugenol, carvacrol, Linalol and b-caryophyllene. Read Also: Benefits of Aloe vera & Saffron for skin BENEFITS OF TULSI Immunity Booster:-  Tulsi is rich in Vitamin C and zinc, […]
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Benefits of Amla
BOTANICAL NAME:- Emblica officinalis  FAMILY:- Euphorbiaceae  COMMON NAMES:-   ENGLISH:- Indian gooseberry  HINDI:- Amla  SANSKRIT:- Amlaki  CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS:-  Aamla contains high amounts of ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) and has a bitter taste that may derive from a high density of ellagitannins such as emblicanin A, emblicanin B, punigluconin and pendunculagin. It also contains polyphenols such as flavonoids, kaempferol, […]
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Manjishtha uses
Botanical name:- Rubia cordifolia  Family:-Rubiaceae  Common names:-  Common madder, Indian maddar Sanskrit name:- Manjishtha (very bright or bright red) Chemical constituents:- The roots contain quinones like glycosides including rubiadin, 1-hydroxy, 2-methoxy anthraquinone, 3-dimethoxy 2 carboxy anthraquinone, rubiprasin A, B, C, ruiearbonls, arborane triterpenoids, mangistin, alizarin, garancin, mollugin, furomollugin. Read Also: Natural Scrub for Your Face and […]
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Benefits of Bhringraj
Botanical name:- Eclipta alba  Family:- Asteraceae  Common names:-  Hindi name:- Bhringraj English name: – False daisy Sanskrit names:- Kesh Ranjan, Keshraj Chemical constituents:-  It contains various phytochemicals such as Coumestans, Polypeptides, Polyacetylenes, Thiophene derivatives, Steroids, Sterols, Triterpenes and Flavonoids. It also contains vitamin E, vitamin D, magnesium, calcium, iron Read Also: Best Brand of Hair Oil in India […]
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Benefits of Ashwagandha
ASHWAGANDHA BOTANICAL NAME:- Withania somnifera FAMILY: – Solanaceae Common Names:- Commonly known as Indian Ginseng, Winter Cherry Hindi name:- Ashwagandha The name Ashwagandha is a combination of the Sanskrit words “Ashva” meaning Horse, and “Gandha” meaning Smell, reflecting that the root has a strong Horse-like odour. Chemical Constituents:- The main phytochemical constituents are Withanolides-which are […]
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Mulethi Health Benefits
MULETHI  Botanical name:-  Glycyrrhiza glabra Family– Fabaceae Common name:- “Liquorice” means “Sweet Root” Sanskrit name is : Yashtimadhu English name : Sweetwood Hindi name : Mulethi Parts used- Roots Chemical Constituents:- The medicinal properties of  mulethi is mainly because of the presence of powerful phytochemicals namely Flavonoids, Chalcones, Saponins and Xenoestrogens. The Isoflavene Glabrene & […]
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Benefits of Turmeric
Turmeric is totally trending these days. We all have forgotten our traditional herbs and is fascinated towards the Modern system of medicines. We all are familiar with the effects & side effects of modern medicines still we prefer to go to choose that deadly combination because we all want instant relief. Ayurveda is a science […]
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Ginseng Botanical name and Health benefits
Ginseng Botanical name and Health benefits: Ginseng has been used for thousands of years & appears in the first known Chinese Materia Medica. According to Chinese beliefs Ginseng is the representation of the essence of Earth that dwells in a root. It’s a “tonic” herb, an herb that is used for nutritive, restorative, long-term purposes. […]
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Giloy Benefits And Uses
GILOY Botanical name:   Tinospora cordifolia Family:- Menispermaceae Common names:– Guduchi is a Sanskrit word which means “ That protects body from diseases”. Another name for this herb is “ Amrita” which refers to the “ Heavenly elixir” according to Hindu Mythology. Giloy is also called as ‘Amruta‘ in Sanskrit which means “Nectar”. Giloy is known […]
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