Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a wonderful herb, known in traditional Eastern medicine as a warming herb or spice, is an endless source of goodness, known as a potent anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and immune modulator. Turmeric not only detoxifies liver but also support several health conditions including gastrointestinal disorders. 01
Frankincense(Boswellia serrata) is a tree that is native to India, Africa and Middle East. It is commonly used in the traditional Indian medicine, Ayurveda. It is a phytopharmaceutical which is anti-inflammatory, helpful against osteoarthritis, and may help cerebral edema. Several reports have indicated Boswellia’s role in managing joint pains. 02
Shatavari(Asparagus racemosus), is a nourishing tonic for women during all stages of life. It balances hormones & menstruation, enhances libido & fertility and reduces menopausal symptoms. Since it is an adaptogen with regulating effect throughout the body, it helps to nourish a weakened and depleted system. 03
Valerian (Valerianawallichii) has long been used for sleep disorders and anxiety and has also been used for other conditions, such as headaches, depression, menopausal symptoms, sedation, irregular heartbeat, and trembling. The active constituents in Valerian appear to be valerenic acid and valerenal. These compounds have sedative (calming and relaxing) effects because they interact with the neurotransmitter GABA in the brain. 04
Saffron (Crocus sativus) is known to be one of the most famous and used spice. It is rich in nutrients and full of health, skin and hair benefits.It is being used from the ancient times as a herb in Ayurveda to enhance beauty. It could be used as a natural UV-absorbing agent. The carotenoids in saffron crocin, and crocetin have antitumor effects.
Soursop, also known as graviola,the fruit of Annona muricata, a type of tree native to tropical regions of the Americas.Many of the studies have reported benefits of soursop due to its high content of antioxidants. Study shows that antioxidants playsimportant role in reducing the risk of several diseases, including heart disease, cancer and diabetes.
Peaches (Prunus persica) originated in China8,000 years ago. Peaches are small fruits with a sweet white & yellow flesh and fuzzy peel. They are related toapricots, plum, cherries, and almonds. They’re packed with antioxidants andnutrients & fiber that benefits to protect your body against aging and disease like heart disease, high blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
Sesame seeds are tiny, oil-rich seeds that grow in pods on the Sesamum indicum plant. Sesame seeds are rich in healthy proteins, Fiber &magnesium, which help reduce heart disease risk factors, including elevated triglyceride and “bad” LDL cholesterol levels.
Vitex, which is the name of the largest genus in the Verbenacae plant family commonly known as the Chinese chaste tree. It is a folk medicine, particularly found in Southeast Asia. The fruits of Vitex negundo abound in terpenoids, which contributes towards rectifying hormonal imbalance in the female system. This helps assist in easing conditions of discomfort such as menstrual cramps and uterine fibroids, besides treating infertility.
Cissus quadrangularislinn is a plant of family Vitaceae, it is also known as “Bone Setter”, as it has prominent role in bone diseases, mainly osteoporosis (porous bone disease).Osteoporosis is a bone (metabolic) disease, which shows effect on the entire skeleton and is well characterized with low bone mass of the body. It leads to increase chance of bone fragility and decrease bone mineral density.
Centella asiatica commonly named Gotu kola is an Ayurvedic herb used to improve memory and nerve function. Gotu kola’s positive effect on brain function make it an effective antidepressant, anxiolytic and helps in managing neurological disorders.
Amla(Emblica officinalis) fruit is the king of whole food antioxidants, It is best known for boasting more antioxidant power than any other in-tact whole food. These gooseberries are abundant in India, and are an antioxidant powerhouse that modern medicine is only beginning to understand.
Aloe (Aloe barbedensis) is a gut healing powerhouse. Drinking Aloevera juice fights inflammation and soothes and relaxes the GI tract. It can even help to heal ulcers by supporting mucosal secretions and heal the lining of the GI tract, preventing leaky gut.