Research for Herbs & Ingredients

Agarwood Agaru (Aquilaria Agallocha)

This is a big tree growing up to 60 to 80 feet and with thick stem of 3 to 4 ft diameter. It is native to South East Asia. The bark is papery thin and was sometimes used for writing like Betula utilis tree bark (Bhojpatra in Sanskrit). Leaves are thin like leather, shiny and…

Bergamot (Citrus Bergamia)

Bergamot (citrus bergamia) is a fragrant citrus fruit with a delicate and refreshing aroma. A pear-shaped Mediterranean sour orange tree (Citrus aurantium bergamia) having a rind that yields an essential oil used in perfumery. food and as a medicine Tamil Nadu - Region of Availability Bergamot is a fragrant citrus fruit with a delicate and refreshing…

Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum)

Native to southern India and Sri Lanka, cardamom still grows abundantly in forests at 2,500-5,000 feet above sea level. The plant is a perennial, growing to about fifteen feet with mauve-marked, orchid-like, white flowers and very long, lance-shaped leaves. It is widely cultivated in India, southern Asia, Indonesia, and Guatemala. It prefers shady locations and…

Cedar / Deodar (Cedrus Deodara)

Cedarwood is a plant native to cold climates, it is normally found at high altitudes. The chief components of cedarwood essential oil are alpha cedrene, beta cedrene, cedrol, widdrol, thujopsene, terpineol, linalool, limonene, anethole, caryophyllene, eugenol, taxifolin, cedeodarin, wikstromal, deodarone, cedrinoside and flavonoids.C. and a group of sesquiterpenes, which contribute a great deal to its medicinal…

Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum)

Cinnamon, which has the scientific name Cinnamomum zeylanicum, originated in tropical Asia and was, particularly used in Sri Lanka and India. Now, the shrub is grown in almost every tropical region of the world. The spice, owing to its vast medicinal uses, has found a prominent position in traditional medicines, especially in Ayurveda, which is…

Citronella (Cymbopogon Nardus)

Citronella is an herb that mainly grows in some Asian countries and some islands of the South Pacific. It has a rich, crisp, lemony aroma and thus bears the name Citronella. The essential oil of citronella is extracted from two varieties of citronella. The first one is the Ceylon variety, whose scientific name is Cymbopogon…

Clove (Syzygium Aromaticum,)

Indigenous to Indonesia and Madagascar, clove (Eugenia Caryophyllata) can be found in nature as the unopened pink flower buds of the tropical evergreen tree. Clove is the dried bud of the flower from the tree Syzygium aromaticum. It belongs to the plant family of Myrtaceae. The plant is an evergreen plant growing in tropical and…


Eucalyptus actually refers to a large genus of flowering trees that has over 700 different species, most of which are located in Australia and New Zealand, although some of the more widespread species can be found throughout Southeast Asia. Most of its species range from the size of a small shrub to a medium-sized…

Evening Prim Rose (Oenothera Biennis)

Native to North America,the herb is now commonly found in many temperate zones around the world, thriving in open areas, especially dunes and sand soil. This biennial herb produces only leaves the first years and bright yellow flowers and seeds the second. It grows to about 8 inches and has red blotches on the stem, crinkled…

Frankincense (Olibanum / Boswellia)

Frankincense Oil is extracted from the gum or resin from Frankincense or Olibanum trees, whose scientific name is Boswellia Carteri. Boswellia are moderate-sized flowering plants, including both trees and shrubs, and are native to tropical regions of Africa and Asia. The distributions of the species are primarily associated with the tropics.[4] The greatest diversity of…

Ginger (Zingiber officinale)

Native to southeast Asia, ginger is now cultivated in the US (including Hawaii), India, China, the West Indies, and other tropical regions. Ginger root is a tender creeping perennial from the tropics that grows to about four feet high, producing thick, aromatic, fibrous, knotty, buff-coloured tuberous rhizomes. The stems are erect and annual with long,…

Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi)

"Citrus paradisi" most commonly known as grapefruit is a real miracle fruit. Grapefruits can be white, yellow, pink or red in color with a taste ranging from sour to sweet. The calories in grapefruit are very low, but the flavor and nutrients are high. Just a half grapefruit each day can ensure the average adult is meeting…

Hemp Seed (Cannabis Sativa)

Hemp seeds are the seeds of the hemp plant, Cannabis sativa. Hemp seeds are the seeds of the hemp plant, Cannabis sativa. These small, brown seeds are rich in protein, fibre, and healthful fatty acids, including omega-3s and omega-6s. They have antioxidant effects and may reduce symptoms of numerous ailments, improving the health of the…

Indian Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera)

Nelumbo nucifera, also known as Indian lotus, sacred lotus, bean of India, Egyptian bean or simply lotus, is one of two extant species of aquatic plant in the family Nelumbonaceae. The Linnaean binomial Nelumbo nucifera (Gaertn.) is the currently recognized name for this species, which has been classified under the former names, Nelumbium speciosum (Willd.)…

Intellect Tree (Celastrus Paniculatus)

Intelect Tree (Celastrus paniculatus) is a woody fruit-bearing vine, commonly known as black oil plant, climbing staff tree. Intelect Tree has been described by users online as a “brain tonic.” It produces a light, refreshing burst of mental energy within a short while of consumption. It creates the feeling of fluid, alert thoughts, and heightened…

Jasmine (Jasminum)

Blooming in the summertime, jasmine flowers are known for their sweet, exotic fragrance on warm evenings. Jasmine is a very famous flower. It has a strong yet sweet, pleasant and romantic fragrance, which is very common of nocturnal flowers. Jasmine flower is often associated with romance and love. Heroes in romantic novels and movies can…

Lavender (Lavandula Officinalis / Lavendula Angustifolia)

Lavender is a culinary and aromatic herb mainly used to improve sleep and reduce harmful stress levels in the body Kashmir - Region of Availability Lavender grows in a wide range of climates. It is easily cultivated in gardens but also considered an invasive plant in many parts of the world. The plant is native…

Lemon (Citrus limon)

Lemon tree is a small, evergreen tree native to Asia (as well as the fruit that grows on the tree).When life gives you a lemon… squeeze it, mix it with six ounces of distilled water and drink twice daily.” –Jethro Kloss in his book Back to Eden” Assam - region of Availability The health properties…

Lemongrass (Cymbopogon Citratus)

Cymbopogon citratus also known as Lemongrass is an herb which belongs to the grass family of Poaceae. It is utilized for its distinct lemon flavor and citrusy aroma. It is a tall, perennial grass which is native to India and tropical regions of Asia. It is a coarse and tufted plant with linear leaves that…

Licorice (Glycyrrhiza Glabra)

Licorice is a woody-stemmed perennial herb that grows to about 1-2 meters. The long and wrinkled roots of licorice branch horizontally and spread out under the ground. Along with its use in food, it is also valued for providing longevity and vitality since ancient times. Licorice or liquorice comes from the Glycyrrhiza plant species and…

Myrrh (Commiphora mirrha)

Myrrh tree, or “Commiphora myrrha”, common in Africa and the Middle East, is botanically related to Frankincense. This tree is very distinctive due to its white flowers and knotted trunk. The tree doesn’t have many leaves because it has to adapt to dry desert conditions where it grows, and It can sometimes take on very twisted shapes due…

Orange (Citrus sinensi)

"Citrus sinensi” is commonly known as orange, its essential oil is also called “sweet orange oil,” it’s derived from the outer peel of the fruit, which has been highly sought after for centuries because of its immune-boosting effects. If you’re unfamiliar with various oil uses and benefits, you might be surprised to know just how many different common…

Oregano (Origanum vulgare)

Oregano is a popular herb that many people think of as merely a spice to improve or enhance food flavor, but in reality, this perennial herb, with the scientific name of Origanum vulgare, has a treasure of health benefits that most people don’t realize at all. Native to southwest Eurasia and the Mediterranean area, oregano…

Peppermint (Mentha piperita)

Peppermint is a hybrid between watermint and spearmint and is native to Europe. Historically, the herb has been known for its medicinal uses, and its impressively long history often gives it the prestigious title as the world’s oldest medicine. Peppermint (Mentha × piperita, also known as Mentha balsamea Willd.)[1] is a hybrid mint, a cross…

Rose (Rosa)

Roses are widely considered the most beautiful flowers in the world. Maharashtra - Region of Availability The flower is an integral part of innumerable stories, legends, myths, and legacies. People who do not know about any of its medicinal properties can still tell you about one undeniable property; a beautiful, red rose can invoke romantic…

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)

Rosmarinus officinalis, commonly known as rosemary, is a woody, perennial herb with fragrant, evergreen, needle-like leaves and white, pink, purple, or blue flowers, native to the Mediterranean region. Rosemary is in the same taxonomic family as mint, but doesn’t have the same characteristic flavor. It has a warmer, bitter, and more astringent taste that gives…

Sage Leaf (Salvia officinalis)

Scientifically known as Salvia officinalis, sage is closely related to rosemary, and they are often considered “sister herbs” Its botanical name is a clue to its medicinal importance. Salvia comes from salvare which, in Latin, means to cure. Jammu - Region of Availability In fact, many of sage’s health benefits are derived from the rosmarinic…

Sandalwood (Santalum)

Sandalwood oil comes from the wood and roots of Santalum album, or the East Indian sandalwood tree. Sandalwood oil has many traditional uses. For centuries, East Indian sandalwood oil has been a popular ingredient in Ayurvedic medicine, the folk medicine of India. It’s also been used in traditional Chinese medicine. Sandalwood has anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antimicrobial, and…

Spearmint (Mentha spicata)

Spearmint or Mentha spicata is a pleasant-smelling species of mint found in health-food products, toothpastes, mouthwashes, and cosmetics. It is often used in medicine for its therapeutic properties. It is packed with numerous health benefiting vitamins, antioxidants, and phytonutrients [1], [2]. Spearmint oil is a natural analgesic and reduces musculoskeleton pain [3]. It has also…

Tea Tree (Melaleuca Alternifolia)

Tea tree oil is a natural plant extract from the native Australian Melaleuca alternifolia plant. It can be extracted when the leaves from the plant are distilled with steam in order to obtain the oil. A highly versatile oil, tea tree essential oil or Melaleuca oil is known to treat a lot of different ailments.…

Tulsi / Holy Basil (Ocimum Sanctum)

Holy Basil, which has the scientific name Ocimum Sanctum is undoubtedly one of the best medicinal herbs that have been discovered. It has endless miraculous and medicinal values and has been worshiped and highly valued in India for thousands of years. Punjab - Region of Availability It is a very powerful herb used in traditional…

Turmeric (Curcuma Longa)

Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is perennial herbaceous plant that grows up to 1mt in height. The leaves of this plant are alternate, smooth, green, tapering at both ends and arranged in the pair of two. Leaves are further divided in leaf sheath, leaf blade and petiole. A false stem is arising from the leaf sheath and…

Valerian (Valeriana Officinalis)

The valerian flower can be easily identified by its white or pink petals. The plant is native to most parts of Europe and also parts of Western Asia. It grows naturally in a mild, temperate climate and can survive hot summers and moderately cold winters. Valerian (Valeriana officinalis, Caprifoliaceae) is a perennial flowering plant, with heads…


Arjuna strengthens and tones the circulatory system, rejuvenates the soft tissues, and promotes proper function of the heart muscle. It's properties support the maintenance of healthy cholesterol levels already within the normal range, balanced blood pressure, and proper coagulation in the blood.


Brahmi reduces stress and anxiety as it decreases the levels of cortisol, which is known as the stress hormone. and promotes proper function of the heart muscle. Brahmi is known to help ease the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease due to the presence of the amyloid compound in the neuron that is responsible for damaging the brain.


Mandookparni acts as a powerful brain food, and known for its ability to enhance mind power (Medhya Rasayana effect). It supports and improves all aspects of mental functioning. It helps retard the aging process.


Onosma bracteata is mainly distributed in India and Nepal in high altitude regions. In India it is found in Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh and in the north-western Himalayas.


It is used in Ayurvedic formulation for chronic cough, sleeplessness, epilepsy, hallucinations, anxiety etc. The herb induces a feeling of calm and peace, good sleep and a relief in anxiety, stresse, mental fatigue; producing a significant reduction in the level of anxiety, neuroticism; arising due to various levels of stress.


It helps prevent aging and impart longevity, immunity and body resistance against diseases. It helps in curing swellings, skin and eye diseases. It can be used as home remedy against fever, cough, asthma and urinary disease. It prevents haemorrhage,chronic ulcers, wounds and scalds.


The great sage Charka has categorized Tagara as sitaprasamana relieves cold sensation of the skin. The roots of plant contains Valerianic acid and Valepotriates (a derivative of iridoid or monoterpene), which has sedative and tranquilizer effect due to which it is especially noted for people particularly suffering from stress, anxiety, over strain and nervous disorders.


Its been used as a traditional medicine in India for a long time for its antispasmodic, anti asthmatic and cardiac tonic properties. It is used aa an expectorant and resolvent indurations. In a recent study it prevented the depletion of myocardial antioxidants and restored cardiac functions. Pushkarmool is a respiratory support that smoothens the irritated bronchial tree.


Jyotishmati (Intellect Tree) has been described by users as a brain tonic. It produces a light, refreshing burst of mental energy within a short while of consumption. It creates the feeling of fluid, alert thoughts, and heightened concentration. It can be taken as a potent and effective stimulant which makes detail oriented tasks easier to focus upon and complete.


It contains curcumin (with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties). Curcumin can suppress many molecules known to play major roles in inflammation. Curcumin neutralizes free radicals on its own but also stimulates your body's own antioxidant enzymes. Curcumin boosts levels of the brain hormone BDNF, which increases the growth of new neurons.


It shows antioxidant, antifungal, anticarcinogenic, anti-inflammatory, and cytotoxic activities. Rhizomes and roots are the most important medicinal parts of licorice that have been reported to be used alone or with other herbs for the treatment of many digestive system disorders (e.g., stomach ulcers, hyperdipsia, flatulence, and colic), respiratory tract disorders, such as coughs, asthma, tonsillitis, and sore throat, epilepsy, fever, sexual debility, paralysis, rheumatism, leucorrhoea, psoriasis, prostate cancer, malaria, hemorrhagic diseases, and jaundice.


Almost all parts of the plant: root, bark, gum, leaf, fruit (pods), flowers, seeds and seed oil, have been used to treat various diseases, like skin infections, swelling, anaemia, asthma, bronchitis, diarrhoea, headache, joint pain, rheumatism, gout, diarrhoea, heart problems, fevers, digestive disorders, wounds, diabetes, conjunctivitis, haemorrhoids, goitre, earache, measles and smallpox in the indigenous system of medicine. Moringa oleifera leaf is a rich source of minerals, such as calcium, potassium, zinc, magnesium, iron, phosphorus and copper.


The gum resins of tree - gugguls, show antirheumatic (anti arthritis) properties. The gummy reason is also mentioned in traditional Ayurvedic and Unani texts as an effective remedy for diarrhoea, dysentery,ringworm, boils, fevers, skin and blood diseases, cardiovascular diseases, mouth sores, bad throat, bronchitis, asthma, cough, vaginal discharge, hair loss etc. It is also diaphoretic, astringent, diuretic and acts both as internal and external stimulant.


Guggul is praised for its anti-inflammatory properties. Preliminary research suggests it may help treat certain anti-inflammatory conditions, such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, and arthritis. It has also been used to promote weight loss, treat hypothyroidism, and manage cholesterol and blood sugar levels.


It gives relief in gas, flatulence, and constipation. It reduces swelling, inflammation, and pain, and hence used in the treatment of gout, rheumatism, and similar joint affections. Suranjan is applied on piles to reduce pain, and heal wounds. It has antioxidant, anti inflammatory, antifungal and antibacterial properties.


Mastic gum and leaf infusions are good for the prevention of digestive problems. They are useful for bronchitis and teeth sanitation. They are useful against jaundice, bed-wetting, and headaches caused by colds.


The leaves are believed to have astringent, depurate, diuretic and aphrodisiac properties. It promotes diuresis and menstrual flow. The decoction of bark is useful in cold, cough, fever and menstrual disorders. Bark is also useful in tumors, bleeding piles and ulcers.


It has direct, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and many properties which make it effective in the kidney disease. It rejuvenates the kidney cells and helps to balance the body fluids by eliminating the waste from the body. Due to its anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and antispasmodic properties this herb is effective in urinary tract infection. Punar Nava possesses hepato-protective property. It stimulates the bile secretion which helps to keep the liver healthy and improves the function of liver. Hence, it is effective in the jaundice, ascites and other liver diseases.


The herb is used for osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoporosis. The roots and stems are used to treat fractures of the bones. The stem paste boiled in limewater is given for asthma. The herb powder is administered in treatment of hemorrhoids and certain bowl infections.

Godanti Bhasma

Godanti bhasma balances all the three doshas, especially pitta dosha. It is used in the treatment of leucorrhoea, fever due to pitta imbalance, chronic fever, cough, cold, asthma, anemia, chest injury, emaciation and wasting in children.


It is a rich source of minerals like manganese, copper, calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium source, and vitamins like riboflavin, vitamin C, K, and B6. It has a high content of dietary fiber and has a moderate amount of protein and carbohydrates too. It aids in weight loss, and treats sinus, asthma, and nasal congestion. It also reduces the risk of cancer, and heart and liver ailments. It increases the hydrochloric acid secretion in the stomach, thereby facilitating digestion. The outer layer of peppercorn assists in thebreakdownof fat cells. Therefore, peppery foods are a good way to help you shed weight naturally.


It has stronger antimicrobial activity against a wide range of bacteria and fungi; thus, it is postulated that it can be used as a natural preservative in the food industry. It has analgesic properties and thus is used to treat neuropathic pain. It is anti diabetic, red ginger inhibits saccharide hydrolyzing enzymes and, thus, can be used for controlling hyperglycaemia in type 2 diabetic patients.


It is a coolant herb with a pungent taste but has a very effective action in relieving bowling sensation and raised Pitta in the body. it’s been found to be very effective in treating blood disorders and bleeding conditions. This herb is a great blood purifier as well. Another special action of this herb is it controlling vomiting and fever. It is also a heart tonic and good for overall cardiac health. It helps with the better functioning of the respiratory system. Problems like chronic bronchitis, common cold and cough, etc are effectively managed by this plant.


It contains salicylic acid, which is used to make aspirin. It is therefore effective in the treatment of headaches, migraine and insomnia. The whole plant is anti-inflammatory, diaphoretic, diuretic, emollient, expectorant, and laxative. It is taken internally in the treatment of bronchitis, respiratory catarrh, coughs, asthma, and cancer of the breast, lungs or digestive tract. Externally, it is used to treat mouth and throat infections.


It is used by the local people as folk medicines in treating throat infections and other inflammatory problems. The fruits are known for several medicinal uses like anthelmintic, antipyretic, laxative, anti-inflammatory, anti-asthmatic and aphrodisiac activities. The fruit paste is applied externally to the affected area for treating pimples and swellings. This plant is used against various diseases like cough, asthma, fever, heart disease, etc.


Both the root and the fruit have a strong and bitter flavour. According to Ayurvedic systems of medicine, they are warming, digestive, astringent to the bowels, anthelmintic, removes foulness from the mouth. They are beneficial in cardiac troubles, useful in leucoderma, fever, asthma, pain bronchitis, vomiting, and pruritus. The roots are beneficial in the treatment of vitiated vata and kapha conditions, as well as odontalgia, dyspepsia, flatulence, colic, verminosis, diarrhoea, leprosy, strangury, cough, asthma, fever, skin diseases, respiratory and cardiac disorders, ulcers, and poisonous affections.


Fennel seeds may reduce appetite, yet current study results are conflicting. Thus, more research is needed. Fennel and its seeds contain fiber, potassium, magnesium, and calcium — all of which are essential for good heart health. Test-tube and animal studies have shown that fennel may have anticancer properties. However, it’s uncertain whether the same effects would be seen in humans. Some studies suggest that fennel may increase milk secretion and weight gain in breastfeeding infants, yet other studies have shown no benefit.


It shows antioxidant, antifungal, anticarcinogenic, anti-inflammatory, and cytotoxic activities. Rhizomes and roots are the most important medicinal parts of licorice that have been reported to be used alone or with other herbs for the treatment of many digestive system disorders (e.g., stomach ulcers, hyperdipsia, flatulence, and colic), respiratory tract disorders, such as coughs, asthma, tonsillitis, and sore throat, epilepsy, fever, sexual debility, paralysis, rheumatism, leucorrhoea, psoriasis, prostate cancer, malaria, hemorrhagic diseases, and jaundice.


It is a sweet, cooling, diuretic, febrifuge, expectorant, controls vomiting, stems bleeding and has been used for bacterial infections. It is used to treat lung inflammations and phlegm that is difficult to expectorate. It’s primary use has been to treat coughs and mucous in children. Leaf is considered antipyretic and diuretic and has been used for chest and head colds, pharyngitis and stomatitis with action being to encourage the flow of urine and suppression of fever. The juice of the stem is considered antipyretic, antitussive, expectorant and sedative and has been used for bronchial, cartarrhal and cerebral infections.


It is prescribed for the treatment of: - indigestion, - vomiting, - biliousness, - abdominal pains, - halitosis - rectal diseases. Beneficial as an aphrodisiac and in fainting, insanity and flatulence. Promotes elimination of bile, and is useful in liver affections such as congestion of the liver, especially where abscess threatens. It is also useful in neuralgia.


It’s fruits are laxative, astringent, anthelmintic and antipyretic. They are useful in hepatitis, bronchitis, asthma, dyspepsia, piles, diarrhoea, coughs, hoarseness of voice, eye diseases and scorpion-sting. It is also used as a hair tonic.


Amalaki is used as a rejuvenating medicine in aging conditions. The fruits of Amala commonly used in Aryuveda are assumed to enhance defense against following diseases: - cancer - diabetes - liver and heart diseases - gastric ulcers and various other disorders - antioxidant - immunomodulatory - antipyretic - analgesic - cytoprotective - antitussive


Cinnamon is used to treat diseases like influenza, common cold and cough, etc. Its leaves can be used to brush the teeth. It cleans the teeth and the they become brighter and whiter. It helps to treat toothache, hair fall, bad breath, acne and black heads, etc.


Anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of the extracts of C. sativus and its constituents (crocetin, crocins, safranal) implies saffron therapeutic potential for various nervous system disorders. It’s effective in the treatment of mild to moderate depression which may be because of an interaction with the serotonin and noradrenaline system. Saffron is high in antioxidants, which may help kill cancer cells while leaving healthy cells unharmed.

Safed Musli

Safed Musli is traditionally used for lack of libido male impotency, oligospermia. It is also widely used as a general health promotive tonic and for delaying the ageing process. Varying its common use for health promotion, it is also used for increasing lactation, treating various gynaecological disorders, arthritic conditions and to control diabetes mellitus.


All parts of the plant possess medicinal properties, including anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective and antioxidant properties. It is one of the plants that have been shown to be active against snake venom and, indeed, its seeds are used in traditional medicine to prevent the toxic effects of snake bites. In India, the seeds of this plant have traditionally been used as a nervine tonic, and as an aphrodisiac for male virility. The pods are anthelmintic, and the seeds are anti-inflammatory.


It is used for various kinds of disease processes and specially as a nervine tonic. It has a Cognition Promoting Effect and was useful in children with memory deficit and in old age people loss of memory. It was also found useful in neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's, Huntington's, and Alzeimer's diseases. It has anxiolytic effect and improves energy levels and mitochondrial health. It is an anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic agent and was found useful in clinical cases of Rheumatoid and Osteoarthritis.


Gokshura is used as an aphrodisiac as it has shown to enhance sexual behaviour and treat various sexual disorders. It is also used diuretic and nervine in tonic. It may be used internally and externally to treat herpes, and virus infections such as influenza and the common cold.


The herb is primarily indicated for improving men’s health. It has powerful spermatogenic. And aphrodisiac properties and contains natural antioxidants improves the production of male. Hormones like testosterone and luteinizing hormone. Being a natural adaptogen, it also helps in reducing mental stress and anxiety and stimulates the hormones for increasing libido.


It’s root extract include antiulcer, antioxidant, and antidiarrhoeal, antidiabetic and immunomodulatory activities. It is used in nervous disorders, dyspepsia, tumors, inflammation, neuropathy, hepatopathy. It is a well known Ayurvedic rasayana which prevent ageing, increase longevity, impart immunity, improves mental function, vigor and addvitality to the body.


It has been reported to act as anti-diabetic drug through explanatory oxidative stress, promoting insulin secretion by inhibiting gluconeogenesis and glycogenolysis. The stem of this plant is generally used to cure diabetes by regulating level of blood glucose. It has anti-cancer, anti-HIV, anti-microbial and anti oxidant properties.


It is rich in flavonoids, isoflavonoids, phytoestrogens, phenolic acids, enzymes, fibers, starches, trypsin inhibitors, phytic acid, lectins, saponins, tocopherols, fatty acids, and proteins. The methanolic extract of boiled Mash seeds is effective in alleviating pain. It possesses anti inflammatory properties.


Makhana benefits to improve cardiac strength, increase sperm count, treat premature ejaculation. The flower juice of this plant is helpful in palpitation and restlessness. When it is taken along with milk it improves sperm count, increase fertility in both men and women and reduces debility.


It’s seeds are acrid, bitter, aphrodisiac, tonic, sedative, used for diseases of the blood. The plant is known to possess antitumor, hypoglycemic, aphrodisiac, antibacterial, free radical scavenging and lipid peroxidation, hepatoprotective and haematopoietic activity. It contains lupeol, stigmasterol, butelin, fatty acids, and alkaloids.


It is used in the traditional medicine for analgesic, antipyretic, tonic, and healing purposes. It is highly effective for skin diseases, along with neurological, gastrointestinal, respiratory, and several other health disorders. It is used to treat cough, headache, snake bite, sore throat, and pain.


It is an insecticidal and insect-repellant. Both the root and fruit part of the plant possess antiamoebic activity approximately to the same extent. Pippali is commonly used to treat a wide range of disorders from coughs, colds, and congestion to digestive issues, reproductive issues, and even mental imbalances. Pippali is a safe and effective option for most digestive disorders, even when Pitta (fire/heat) is increased in the body.


It is a highly valued medicinal plant and is used to treat skin infections, CNS function, genitor-urinary functions. It helps in treating uterus pain during periods, clots, and amenorrhea.


Lodhra reduces fever and cures the spongy gums/bleeding. It is useful to treat skin diseases (such as leprosy), dropsy and liver complaints. It has been considered as drugof choice in the treatment ofgynecological disorders. Lodhra has been used to cure the menorrhagia, leucorrhea (excessive discharge from vagina) and other menstrualdisorders. It is also useful in abortions and miscarriages and for ulcers of vaginal.


It is a highly valued medicinal plant and is used to treat skin infections, CNS function, genitor-urinary functions. It helps in treating uterus pain during periods, clots, and amenorrhea. Ashoka has been used in genital conditions such as laxity of uterus, dysmenorrhea, and menorrhagia.


It has antioxidant, anti inflammatory, anti bacterial, anti carcinogenic and wound healing properties. It is therapeutically used in various diseases such as alopecia, anal fissure, blackening of hair, blood spitting, bronchitis, chapped nipple, concoctive, diabetes, diarrhea, diseases of anus, diseases of eye, dysentery, dyspepsia, eczema, epistaxis, excessive sweating, fever, gingivitis and pyorrhoea, gleet, gonorrhoea, haematuria, haemorrhoids/ piles, halitosis, herpes, erisepalas, impetigo, infection, infections of teeth and oral cavity, intertrigo, internal haemorrhage, intestinal haemorrhage, intestinal ulcers, leucorrhoea, menorrhagia, nasal catarrh, otorrhoea, periodic fever, plasters, prolapse of rectum, prolapse of uterus, rectal bleeding, relaxed throat, ringworm, scurvy, skin disease, sore throat, sprue, stomatitis, tonsillitis, toothache, vaginal discharge, vaginal laxity, wound and ulcer.


It has anti- inflammatory, blood purifier, anthelmintic, cardiotonic, diuretic, expectorant, antipyretic, purgative, antiasthmatic, antiallergic, antispasmodic, antineoplastic, hepatoprotective properties. The plant is a powerful antidote for snake bite. The decoction of bark and roots is useful in gastritis and bronchitis.


It has anti-microbial, anti- oxidant, cytotoxic properties, anti-ulcerogenic, and hepato-protective activities. It is utilized for several ailments that are responsible for infant mortality especially feverish convulsions, eye diseases, hydrophobia and chronic skin ailments. It is a potential herbal alternative that acts as an anti-cancer agent.


Gastric ulcers can easily be treated by fenugreek seeds. The seed oil acts as an emollient and makes skin smoother and soft. The cleansing action of fenugreek makes it a valuable plant as it helps purify blood, cleaning lymphatic system, and detoxify the body.


Neem seed extract contains azadirachtin, an active compound that may fight parasites that affect hair and skin, such as lice. Azadirachtin works by disrupting parasite growth and interfering with reproduction and other cellular processes. Neem’s antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and immune-boosting properties may promote oral health. It helps relieve pain and help treat gingivitis, periodontitis, and tooth decay.


It has stronger antimicrobial activity against a wide range of bacteria and fungi; thus, it is postulated that it can be used as a natural preservative in the food industry. It has analgesic properties and thus is used to treat neuropathic pain.It is anti diabetic, red ginger inhibits saccharide hydrolyzing enzymes and, thus, can be used for controlling hyperglycaemia in type 2 diabetic patients.

Mango Ginger

Intellect Tree (Jyotishmati) has been described by users as a brain tonic. It produces a light, refreshing burst of mental energy within a short while of consumption. It creates the feeling of fluid, alert thoughts, and heightened concentration.

Sweet Flag

It is used in the traditional medicine for analgesic, antipyretic, tonic, and healing purposes. It is highly effective for skin diseases, along with neurological, gastrointestinal, respiratory, and several other health disorders. It is used to treat cough, headache, snake bite, sore throat, and pain.


It has a very soothing and cooling. It calms and pacifies all sorts of inflammations. It provides relief from inflammations in circulatory system and nervous system. Due to its anti bacterial properties it efficiently stops the growth of Staphylococcus Aureus, the bacteria responsible for causing septic, and eliminates them, thereby helping cure septic and giving protection against it.

Muktashukti Bhasma

Mukta shukti bhasma is a remedy for acidity, colic problems and resulting fever. It gives quick and effective relief from acidity and other digestive issues. It is enriched with properties like being an antacid and antipyretic etc. It is used to treat problems of respiratory system and heart.


It is used traditionally in the treatment of liver fluke, dysentery, maggots, wounds and intestinal worms. It is used in the treatment of skin disorders and has anticancer activity. It’s roots have tonic, astringent, antidysenteric, antiseptic, and deobstruent properties.They are used in rheumatism.


Aloe vera is used for its antibacterial, anesthetic and antiseptic properties, and is good to use as a tool for restoration of tissue. It improves digestion. It helps lower blood sugar. It helps in treating canker sores or mouth ulcers.


Anantmool root is administered to new mother’s which boosts the breast milk production and purifies the breast milk. It is used in treating respiratory disorders, bronchitis and asthma. Anantmool improves hair growth and is also used in treating eye infections. The leaves of this plant is used in treating gum diseases and tooth problems.

Bhumi Amla

The main alkaloids are in the form of lignins, like Phyllanthin and Hypophyllanthin. In many parts of the world it is used as a folk medicine to treat liver disorders particularly due to Hepatitis-B and Jaundice, intestinal infection, diabetes etc. In traditional system of medicine, it is one of the essential ingredients of many formulations used in the recovery of bronchitis, leprosy, asthma and hiccough.


It inhibits the growth of pancreatic cancer cells. It has the potential of providing therapeutic effects against pancreatic cancer. The extract of Chitrak can produce a reversal of kidney damage due to cisplatin. It helps prevents cholesterol and LDL accumulation in blood vessels and the liver.


It is used for chronic constipation and in the infections of kidney, bladder and urethra in European and Asian herbal medicine. A decoction of seeds is prescribed in cough and cold. Poultice of crushed seeds are useful to rheumatic and glandular swellings. It prevents heart attacks by regulating the serum cholesterol. It regulates blood glucose levels and insulin response by decreasing the absorption of fats and glucose.


The fruit is indicated in rheumatism, gout, diabetes, thoracic obstructions etc. The leaves of amaltas are anti-periodic and laxative, and are specially used in treating jaundice, piles, rheumatism, ulcers, skin eruptions, ring worms and eczema. The root of amaltas is tonic, febrifuge, astringent and strong purgative. They are specially used in joint pain, migraine, chest pain and blood dysentery.


Ajmoda is very well-known in the form of a drug used for curing respiratory and digestive diseases, gout and rheumatism. For external use, the poultice that is made using the seeds of Ajmoda in warm water can help in relieving joint pain. It helps in relieving gouty arthritis, rheumatoid, osteoarthritis and non-specific arthritis.


It has anti diabetic, anticancer, anti- inflammation, antivirus, and cholesterol lowering effects. The fruit, stems, leaves and roots of bitter melon have all been used in traditional medicine to help treat ailments such as hyperlipidemia, digestive disorders, microbial infections and menstrual problems. It possess powerful antiviral properties that can stimulate the immune system and activate the body’s natural killer cells to help fight off viruses such as white spot syndrome virus and human immunodeficiency virus.


It is widely used as a naturopathic treatment for diabetes, it also demonstrates promising effects in the treatment of obesity, arthritis, hyperlipidemia, Parkinson and hypercholesterolemia. The bioactive compounds of plant have antimicrobial, antiinflammatory, and anticancer properties.


Jamun helps as astringent in action and has alleviated Kapha/pitta reducing property. It is loaded with antioxidants and flavonoids essential for a healthy body and mind. It supports healthy digestive functions, is an excellent home remedy for stomach bloatedness and irritation in the intestinal layers.