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Our organization is engaged in offering a top-of-the-line range of Ayurvedic Herbal  Powder. These  powders are processed by our professionals in accordance with GMP standards  standards. Our quality controllers test these powders on various parameters in order to supply an immaculate range of products.


Haritaki Churna

Haritaki Churna

HARITHAKI CHURNA:


Botanical Name:
Terminalia Chebula
Family: Combretaceae
Common Name: Haritaki, Harar, Harida, Black Myrobalan, Chebulic Myrobalan.

Haritaki is referred to as an herbaceous plant used primarily in various medicinal formulations. In Ayurveda, the philosophy of longevity is described in the Charka Samhita that it possesses five rasas, or tastes, out of the existing six as described in the Charka Samhita. These tastes are, respectively, sweet, sour, salty, pungent, bitter and astringent.

Benefits:-

  • It alleviates leprosy including various types of skin disorders.
  • Haritaki is beneficial in anemia, narcosis, piles, chronic, intermittent fever, heart disease, head disease, diarrhea, anorexia, and cough, hardness of bowels, spleen enlargement, acute abdominal disorders, and excessive secretion of mucus.
  • Haritaki is also known to be comprising of mild laxative activity.
  • The plant is used in the preparation of many ayurvedic formulations for infectious diseases such as chronic ulcers, leucorrhoea, pyorrhea and various types of fungal infections of the skin.
  • Haritaki is also useful in respiratory disorders as bronchial asthma, and tuberculosis etc.
  • Helps in rejuvenating the entire systems of the body.
  • Haritaki works as a tonic for eyes.
  • Scrapes out or removes away the unnecessary deposits and toxins from the body.
  • Works as an excellent cardiac tonic bringing about the strengthening of the cardiac muscles.
  • Acts as an excellent nervine tonic.

Dosage:
1-2 teaspoonfuls twice a day with water.



Other Information
  • Packaging Details: Botanical Name(s): Terminalia Chebula, Terminalia Reticulata
    Family Name: Combretaceae
    Kingdom: Plantae
    Division: Magnoliophyta
    Class: Magnoliopsida
    Order: Myrtales
    Family: Combretaceae
    Genus: Terminalia
    Species: T. chebula
    Popular Name(s): Black Myrobalan, Chebulic Myrobalan, Hardh, Ink Tree, Harar, Hardad, Indian Gall Nut
    Parts Used: Fruit, Root, Bark.
    Habitat: Grown throughout India

    Description
    The deciduous Haritaki tree grows at an altitude of 1,800 meters. The round tree is crowned and braches spread out, with a diameter of 1.5 to 2.5 meters. The long ovate leaves are acute, in opposite pairs about 10 to 20 cm long. The flowers are dull white with spikes and can be found at the end of the branches. The fruit is hard and yellowish green in color. Each fruit has a single seed that is light yellow in color. The tree can be found in the sub Himalayan tracks, from Ravi to West Bengal and in the deciduous forests of Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Assam and Maharashtra. It is known as haritaki, abhaya and pathya in Sanskrit; harad in Hindi; hirada in Marathi; alalekaayi in Kannada; kadukkai in Tamil; horitoky in Bengali; xilikha in Assamese and karakkaya in Telugu.

    Plant Chemicals
    (+)- tannic acid, chebulinic acid, gallic acid, resin, anthraquinone, sennoside, mucilage, chebulin, terchebin, palmitic acid, stearic acid, oleic acid, linoleic acid, arachidic acid, behenic acid.





    AVAILABLE IN 100 GMS REFILL PACKS ALLOVER ALLOPATIC AND AYURVEDIC MEDICAL SHOPS AT RS. 30/-.


    AREAWISE DISTRIBUTORS REQUIRED ALLOVER INDIA


Rita or Soap Nut Powder

Soapnuts, such as those of Sapindus mukorossi, are used in Ayurveda. They are a popular ingredient in Ayurvedic shampoos and cleansers. They are used in Ayurvedic medicine as a treatment for eczema, psoriasis, and for removing freckles. Soapnuts have gentle insecticidal properties and are traditionally used for removing lice from the scalp.

Sapindus species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera (moths and butterflies) species including Endoclita malabaricus. Kernel extracts of soapnut disrupt the activity of enzymes of larvae & pupae and inhibits the growth of Aedes aegypti, a mosquito that spreads viral diseases.


Chemical Constituents
Saponins-sapindoside A and sapindoside B. Nuts contain kaempferol, quercetin and B-sitosterol. Saponin emarginatoside from fruits.


Cosmetic Uses
Soap nut is used in Cleansing Lotion, Protein Shampoo, Protein Shampoo with Conditioner.



Other Information
  • Packaging Details: Soap nut contains a high level of saponins. Antibacterial mild foaming agent, cleanser, exfoliant. Soap nut Powder is used to cleanse hair, skin and laundry. Helpful in removing stains from hands. May soothe the eczema, psoriasis, itchy skin, sensitive skin . Soapnut is an excellent hair tonic. Soap Nut extract comes from the fruit of the Soapnut tree. The pulp of the fruit contains a high level of natural foaming agents. This extract can be used to wash skin and hair. Soap nut when added to a facial mix of milk powder and clay to provide delicate cleansing of the skin, it is added to salt scrubs to add cleansing action. As a hair and body wash, add 1 teaspoon of Soap nut extract to a cup of water. Use this as a hair wash or mild cleanser. Soap nut can also be combined with amla, neem & Shikakai extract for a more nutritive hair wash. Mix all of the herbs in water and let sit till thoroughly dissolved. The wash should be kept refrigerated and used within 4 days or preserved with an anti bacterial preservative.

    The powdered seeds are said to possess insecticide properties. They are employed in the treatment of dental caries. It cleanses the skin of oily secretion, its a hair tonic, and forms a rich, natural lather. Its detergent action, which cleanses the hair and removes, accumulated debris and a sebaceous material further more imparting speculiar reflection and hair luster.

    Uses
    The roots and bark are expectorant and demulcent. The roots are good for hemicrania, hysteria and epilepsy. A decoction of the bark is good for cattle suffering from ulcers due to worm infestation after calving. The fruits are acrid, bitter, thermogenic, emetic, astringent, expectorant, anthelminitic, abortifacient and tonic. They are good for asthma, diarrhoea, cholera, lumbago, verminosis and gastralgia dyspepsia.


    AVAILABLE IN 100 GMS REFILL PACK AT RS.30/-.

    BULK SUPPLY CAN BE DONE.


Rita or Soap Nut Powder
Bhringraj Leaf Dry Powder

Bhringraj Leaf Dry Powder

 

Bhringraj (Eclipta ELBA) Leaf Dry Powder - Best Known Herb for Hair Loss & Premature Graying

Commonly known as False Daisy, yerba de tago, and bhringraj, Eclipta is a plant belonging to the family Asteraceae which grows abundantly in the tropics and is used with success in Ayurvedic medicine. The herb is also Yunani medicine. According to Ayurveda, Eclipta is bitter, hot fattening, alterative, anthelminticum, and alexipharmic. The Eclipta or bhringraj leaf extract is considered a powerful liver tonic, rejuvenative, and especially good for the hair. A mixture of Eclipta and mineral oil keeps the hair dark and lustrous; when applied to the scalp it promotes hair growth.

The herb Eclipta alba (bhringraj) contains mainly coumestans i.e. wedelolactone (I) and demethylwedelolactone (II), polypeptides, polyacetylenes, thiophene-derivatives, steroids, triterpenes and flavonoids. Eclipta alba (bhringraj) is also used against anemia, eye diseases, asthma and dysentery. It is believed that the juice of Eclipta when added with honey, can treat upper respiratory congestion in children.

Eclipta alba (bhringraj) is the best known herb for preventing balding and premature graying. The whole plant and seeds of bhringraj have great medicinal value. Bhrngaraja is equally useful both, internally as well as externally. A black dye obtained from Eclipta alba is also for dyeing hair and tattooing.

The Eclipta alba (bhringraj) leaf juice boiled with sesame or coconut oil for anointing the head to render the hair black and luxuriant has been practiced since ancient times. Oil prepared out of amla (Indian gooseberry) and Eclipta and sometimes with brahmi is very popular formula as hair oil and is used to blacken the hair.

Eclipta is also used to enhance the memory and has a reputation as an antiaging agent in Ayurveda. An herbal poultice is made with sesame oil and used over glandular swellings and various skin conditions. The leaf juice is also effective when applied externally to treat minor cuts, abrasions, and burns.

Eclipta alba (bhringraj) is one of the key ingredient of IHT 9 - Herbal Hair Shampoo. This shampoo arrests hair loss and promote hair growth.


TIPS:


1.  WITH THIS BRINGRAJ DRY LEAF POWDER ONE CAN MAKE HAIR OIL BY BOILING IN COCONUT OIL OR TIL OI,

2.  CONSUME THIS BRINGRAJ DRY POWDER WITH AMLA POWDER TO IMPROVE EYE SIGHT AND GROWTH HAIR.



Trikatu Powder

Sanskrit name: trikatu

english name: three spices

botanical name: traditional spices blend

ayurvedic energetics:
v- p+ k

trikatu means the three pungents and it is used to help maintain a healthy respiratory system. Ginger, black pepper and long pepper are mixed together to stimulate the system, warm the digestion and improve assimilation of nutrients. It is traditionally used for lung and nasal problems. It is specific for allergic rhinitis, hayfever and colds. It is used in ayurveda as part of a weight loss regime to increase metabolism, digest fats and balance appetite. It is traditionally taken with honey. Use before meals as a deepaniya- a digestive stimulant and after meals as a pachaniya- as an aid to digestion. This is the main stimulant compound used in ayurveda. Trikatu rejuvenates agni, burns away ama and allows for the assimilation of other medicines and foods. Ginger, black pepper and long pepper ayurvedic energetics: specific for low agni and high ama, weak digestive fire and accumulation of toxins; reduces kapha and vata, increases pitta. Trikatu is used mainly to control conditions in which kapha or ama obstructs vata.

trikatu powder

trikatu means three herbs which are having katu rasa (bitter taste). This combination streamlines the metabolism of the body this is the reason it is indicated in a wide range of health problems. Pippali is well known for its immuno modulator action and rejuvenating effect on digestive and respiratory system. Shunthi is one of the best herbs which are rejuvenating for the whole body this is the reason it is also called as vishvabhaishjya means the medicines of the world. Maricha is said to have pramathi guna i. E. It forcefully expels the toxins out of the body.

 

·     trikatu helps in all types of discomforts involving respiratory system including asthma and any type of cough

·     trikatu ignites digestive fire

·     trikatu helps in managing diabetes mellitus

·     trikatu removes extra fat from the body so useful in managing obesity and its complications

·     trikatu rejuvenates the skin

ingredients:

 

·      shunthi(zingiber officinale)

·     maricha (piper nigrum)

·     pippali (piper longum)  

presentation:
fine powder of contents

 

 safety concern:

this is a totally herbal combination without any side effect


how to use:

take 3-5 gm of powder with warm water twice daily

 

 



Other Information
  • Packaging Details: AVAILABLE IN 40 GMS REFILL PACK AT RS.70/- AT ALL ALLOPATHIC AND AYURVEDIC MEDICIAL SHOPS

    WANTED AREAWISE DISTRIBUTORS ALL OVER INDIA


Trikatu Powder
Triphala Churan

Triphala Churan

Mother Nature’s Amazing Ayurvedic Energizer

A popular folk saying in India says , “No mother? Do not worry so long as you have triphala.”

The recipe for this traditional herbal supplement dates back thousands of years and is referenced in the traditional Indian texts the Charak and Sushrut Samhitas. Triphala is considered a ‘tridoshic rasayan’, having balancing and rejuvenating effects on the three constitutional elements that govern human life: Vata which regulates the nervous system, Pitta which maintains metabolic processes, and Kapha which supports structural integrity.

Triphala is one of the most popular herbal remedies which ‘cleanse’ by promoting bowel movement. A reason is that one of the most common problems among many individuals is constipation and bowel irregularity. This can lead to poorer general digestion and liver function, less vitality and perhaps even less optimism and an overall poorer outlook and quality of life.

Triphala Churna Benefits / Benefits of Triphala:
Consider how tremendously valuable a formula would be that not only regulates bowel movement but at the same time does the following things:

* Improves digestion
* Is antioxidant rich
* Improves circulation (cardiotonic and capillary strengthening flavonoids)
* Potentiates adrenergic function (helps the body recover from stress)
* Contains linoleic acid (an essential fatty acid) and phospholipids
* Lowers blood pressure
* Exerts a marked heart-protective and cardio-tonic effect
* Reduces serum cholesterol
* Improves liver function and is liver protective
* Is anti-inflammatory (constituents include Vit. C and quercetin)
* Is expectorant
* Has anti-viral (HIV, AIDS, herpes, CMV) properties
* Has anti-bacterial properties
* Has anti-cancer properties
* Has anti-allergy properties
Triphala combines both nutritional as well as blood and liver cleansing (detoxifying) actions. It has little function as a local demulcent but is more of a lubricating source of nourishment and also possesses some bitter anthroquinones which help stimulate bile flow and peristalsis. The nutritional aspect is partly in the form of its bioflavonoids, high vitamin C content and the presence of linoleic oil, phospholipids and other important

Nutrients which it makes more of a tonic. Because of its high nutritional content, Ayurvedic doctors generally do not regard Triphala as a mere laxative. Some of the scientific research and practical experience of people using it down through the ages has demonstrated that triphala is an effective blood purifier that stimulates bile secretion as it detoxifies the liver, helps digestion and assimilation, and significantly reduces serum cholesterol and lipid levels throughout body. As a result, it is regarded as a kind of universal panacea and is the most commonly prescribed herbal formula.


Ingredients: –
AMLAKI,HARITHAKI,VIBHITAKI IN EQUAL QUANTITY.

Amalaki, Emblica Officinalis, is one of Ayurveda’s greatest rejuvenators and a strong natural anti-oxidant, also helps to boost the immune system. Balances Pitta.

Haritaki, Terminalia Chebula, the Tibetan “king of medicine”,is a classic heart-brain-longevity tonic,it is often depicted in the extended palm of the Buddha. Balances Vata.

Bibhitaki, Terminalia Belerica, a powerful rejuvenative that reduces liver and heart disease, also improves the voice, vision and promotes the growth of hair. Balances Kapha.

Traditional Ayurvedic Qualities of Triphala



Other Information
  • Packaging Details: Taste: Sweet, sour, pungent, astringent, bitter

    Virya:Ushna(Warm)

    Vipaka: Sweet, Sour, Pungent

    Guna: Light and dry

    Dosha: Tridoshic, meaning it balances all constitutions

    Prabhava: Rasayan, which means it builds Ojas, innate strength

    Prabhava: Rasayan, which means it builds Ojas, innate strength



    * Before considering pathological indications for which triphala would be appropriate, we should never ignore the value of taking it on some regular basis whether once daily or once or twice a week simply for health maintenance.
    * scientifically studied and confirm some of its known traditional benefits. These include the lowering of cholesterol, reducing high blood pressure, benefiting circulation, improving digestion and regulating elimination without causing any laxative dependency.
    * triphala have proven to be antioxidant, anti-HIV and anti-allergic
    * Regardless of any other herbs used, triphala can be prescribed singly or adjunctively whenever there are symptoms of inflammation, heat, infection, obesity and other conditions of excess.
    * Because of its combined tonic and eliminative properties, it is generally quite safe to give even for deficiency diseases including anemia, fatigue, candida, poor digestion and assimilation.
    * Unlike other eliminative and cleansing herbs, triphala is safely taken for symptoms of wasting heat that frequently accompanies diseases such as tuberculosis, pneumonia and AIDS.
    * Triphala is also widely taken for all eye diseases including the treatment of conjunctivitis, progressive myopia, the early stages of glaucoma and cataracts.


    AVAILABLE IN 100GMS REFIL PACK AT RS.36/-, 500GMS, 1KG PACKS.

    CAN BE SENT ANYWHERE IN INDIA BY VPP.

    WANTED AREAWISE DISTRIBUTORS ALL OVER INDIA






Multani Mitti Powder

Our range of Multani Mitti Powder is highly appreciated in the market for their purest quality and rejuvenated properties. Multani Mitti is known for its cooling effects on skin in prickly heat summers leaving the skin more soft, moist and fresh. It also removes excess oil from skin and absorbs bacteria & toxins and enhances the beauty of the skin. Moreover, this powder also strengthens teeth, gums, fingernails and hairs and reduces arthritic pain. One can obtain our range at reasonable prices.

 

Features:

 

  • Moisturizers hairs
  • Removes pimple marks
  • Reduces water loss 

 



Multani Mitti Powder
Jambul Seed

Jambul Seed

 

 

Nutritive value
70% of the jamun fruit is edible and glucose and furctose are the major sugars found in the ripe fruit. Sucrose is completely absent from the fruit. The fruit is laden with a large number of minerals, and provides fewer calories, as compared to other fruits. The seed of the fruit is also rich in protein and carbohydrates and traces of calcium have also been found.


 

nutritive value per 100 gm of jamun fruit

  • protein: 0. 7 gm
  • fat: 0. 3 gm
  • minerals: 0. 4 gm
  • fiber: 0. 9 gm
  • carbohydrates: 14 gm
  • energy: 62 kcal
  • calcium: 15 mg
  • phosphorus: 15 mg
  • vitamin c: 18 mg
  • sodium: 26. 2 mg
  • potassium: 55 mg
  • oxalic acid: 89 mg
  • carotene: 48 mg.
 

uses of jamun
jamun is a rich source of vitamin a and vitamin c. It is often used in the following:

  • fresh fruits are tasty to eat and also if taken with salt
  • jamun is processed to form a distinct flavour of jams, jellies, preserve and squash
  • ripe jamun fruit is fermented to fabricate excellent quality wine
  • juice of the raw fruit is used to fabricate vinegar
  • the fruit also possesses antibiotic properties and is used to formulate medicines to treat a number of ailments.

health benefits
jamun is a healthy fruit with absolutely no trace of sucrose. It is therefore, the only fruit with minimum calories. Not only the fruit, but the seed and also the leaves and bark of the jamun tree are believed to have medicinal properties. Many scientific researches have shown that dried alcoholic extracts of the seeds of the fruit given to diabetic patients on a regular basis showed a reduction in the level of their blood sugar and glycosuria. Also a concoction made from the mixture of dried seeds and the bark is considered beneficial in the cure of diarrhoea and dysentery. The bark of the tree has high astringent properties and is therefore used for gargles and as a mouthwash.

the acidic, sour, sweet, and soothing fruit is used to treat diabetes, diarrhoea and ringworm. The fruit also has blood purifying properties. The leaves of the jamun tree possess anti-bacterial properties and is used for making medicines for the strengthening of the teeth and gums. The bark of the tree has antithelmintic properties, and is used to formulate many herbal medicines. The juice of the jamun fruit is extremely soothing and has a colling effect. It helps in the proper functioning of the digestive system. The leaves of the tree also help in controlling the blood pressure and gingivitis.

 dry jamoon choornn is available i 100 gms pack at rs. 46/-
which is good for diabetic patients.

dealer ship enquiries are solicited all over india
 
 


Saindhava Lavanam

Saindhava Lavanam is sweet, carminative and digestive. It is light and lubricating. It improves taste. It is cooling and aphrodisiac. It is subtle (Sookshma) and penetrates quickly. It is good for the eyes. It checks the three doshes.


Saindhava Lavanam
Sonamukhi

Sonamukhi

Good purgative (for loose motion).

botanical name(s): cassia augustifolia
family name: caesalpinaceae
kingdom: plantae
division: magnoliophyta
class: magnoliopsida
order: fabales
family: fabaceae
subfamily: caesalpinioideae
tribe: cassieae
genus: cassia
species: angustifolia
popular name(s): tinnervelly senna, cassia senna, locust plant, rajavriksha, fan xia ye
parts used: pods, stems, leaves
habitat: cultivated in dry lands of southern & western india, and indigenous to arabia.

description
a small erect shrub, indian senna attains a height of about 2 to 3 feet. Its stem is pale green, smooth and erect. The spread out branches possess around 4 to 5 pairs of leaves. These leaves are pale yellowish-green in color, elongated spear shaped with pointed apex, about 1 to 2-inch in length and about 0. 2 to 0. 3-inch in breadth. The plantar surface is shiny green and dorsal surface is yellowish green. The plant has small yellow flowers. The brown pod contains 5 to 7 seeds that are dark brown in color.

indian senna is native to india, arab and tropical african countries. It is cultivated in india, pakistan, egypt and sudan. In india, it is found throughout the year in south, mainly the districts of tinnevelly, madurai, tiruchirapally and mysore. It is commonly known as indian senna in english, sanaya and hindisana in hindi, swarn patri in sanskrit, nat ki sana and sonamukhi in gujarati, nilavaka and chinnukki in malayalam, nelavrika and sonamukhi in kannada and nilapponnai in tamil.

plant chemicals
(+)- flavenol (isorhamnetin, kaempfeol), anrathquinone (rhein, emodin), sennoside a, sennoside b, menitol, sodium potassium tartarte, salisilic acid, crisophenic acid, volatile oils, resins, calcium oxalate.

uses & benefits of indian senna
  • indian senna decreases pita and allows free movement of vata in the body.
  • the herb stimulates liver for proper secretion of enzymes in the body.
  • it helps in lowering bowels and increasing the peristaltic movement of the intestines.
  • indian senna purifies blood and restores the metabolic imbalance lost due to indigestion.
  • the powder made from crushing leaves and fruit is helpful in treating constipation and indigestion.
  • it is useful in relieving people from the condition of osteoarthritis, gout and rheumatoid arthritis.
  • the herb is used as an expectorant, wound dresser, antidysentric, carminative and laxative.
  • indian senna is handy in treating loss of appetite, hepatomegaly, spleenomegaly, malaria, skin diseases, jaundice and anemia.
  • the herb has purgative, anthchiintic, antipyretic, cathartic, laxative, vermifuge and diuretic properties.

suggestive usage:


consume one teaspoon powder mixed with butter milk weakly once before going to bed.

available in 100 gms pack at rs. 46/-



Henna Powder



Henna, a powder obtained from the crushed leaves of the traditional indian plant 'lawsonia inermis'. This plant contains lawsonia, pure natural substance which produces red colour that not only colours 'hair' but also the nails, fingers, palms and soles. The leaves and seeds of the plants possess medicinal properties. It leaves hair shiny and smooth. Since time immemorial henna is adorned by indian women on their feet and hands. It protects skin from diseases.

it acts as a cooling agent for head and body. Henna contains those natural ingredients which are vital for hair nourishment. It is also used for body tattooing, textile dying and tanning. The principal advantage offered by henna as a modern hair colour, is its eco-friendly nature and healthy for body.




features :



  • good for falling hair.
  • it is good conditioner, give luster to the hair.
  • it strengthens the roots of the hair.
  • it turns white pigment to brown.
  • good for dandruff.
  • good for high blood pressure, migrain.
  • for, heart patients it gives cooling effect.
  • good for heart strokes.

pure henna dry leaf powder is available at rs. 60/-  and also bulk supply can be done


Henna Powder
Ashwagandha Churan

Ashwagandha Churan

Ashwagandha is a natural herb that is known for its multiple benefits. Ashwagandha is an ayurvedic herb that is considered as rasayana in ayurveda and has been used since centuries in treating various disorders and diseases. This herb is also known as winter cherry due to its physical similarities with it. The name ashwagandha comes from its smell as its smell resembles like that of a horse.

Divya ashwagandha is one of the purest forms of ashwagandha that is being manufactured by divya yog pharmacy of baba ramdev. This ashwagandha has multiple benefits and is considered very pious as it gives relive in many ailments.

Ashwagandha is a part of many ayurvedic herbal products and is also used in various patent medicines.

Benefits of divya ashwagandha

  1. It is one of the most powerful adaptogenic herb that helps in reducing the stress levels from mind as well as body
  2. It helps in providing proper nourishment to the nervous system thereby making them relaxed and full of enthusiasm.
  3. It helps in reducing the increased blood pressure levels and is helpful in hypertensive condition.
  4. Ashwagandha is helpful in providing extra energy that helps in you making stronger and energetic.
  5. It also works as a powerful aphrodisiac agent that helps in resolving all the male heath related problems also supplies all the nutrients required to enhance your powers
  6. It is also known for its stamina building activities thereby improves your stamina on bed as well as in daily routine.
  7. It is an immune-modulator thereby helps in improving the immunity of the body.
  8. It is helpful in relaxing the body and calming the disturbed mind.
  9. It is very helpful in balancing the vata dosha of the body therefore is helpful in reducing any kind of pain in the body.
  10. It protects body from many autoimmune diseases.

Indications ashwagandha churna

  •  
    1. Generalized weakness
    2. low sexual drive
    3. High blood pressure or hypertension
    4. Internal as well as external stress
    5. Low immune system
    6. Body pains
    7. Low energy
    8. Vata problem


Ingredients

Pure form of ashwagandha churna gathered from the Himalaya Mountains. The ashwagandha plats are supposed to be grown in an organic environment that is not interfered by chemicals and other pollutants.

Dosage

Take one teaspoon (5 grams) of ashwagandha powder twice daily with warm milk or water or as directed by a physician.





Use Ashwagandha For:

  1. Anxiety, Depression, Panic Disorder.
  2. As Antioxidant & Free Radical Scavenger.
  3. As Body building Aid.
  4. For Weakness, Fatigue, Herbal Rejuvenation, Aphrodisiac.
  5. As Nervine tonic, calming and antistress agent and adaptogenic herb.
  6. Visit Ashwagandha related pages on Holistic-Herbalist to get more information.
  7. Take one vegiacap twice or thrice a day. Eahc vegicap contains Ashwagandha (5:1) 500 mg i.e. equivalent to 2.5 gm of crude WS.
  8. To buy ashwagandha churan order over phone or e mail us.
  9. cost of 100 gms is rs 70/- plus postage 50/- charges extra.
  10. phone no.s for contact are 0 9391362893,9391362892
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Amla Churan(dry) Seedless

Uses:

1.   dandruff:  mix this dry amls powder with little lemon juice and apply to the hair as hair pack and leave it for an hour then wash it with water for relieving from dandruff.


2.   hair growth:  consume this seedless amla dry powder with equal quantity of bringraj powder 2 times a day with water contineously for 3 months.     it improves hair growth and eye sight also.

features :


  • provide an excellent source of vitamin c
  • boon for diabetics
  • nourishes the brain and mental functioning.
  • prevents premature graying and hair fall.
  • controls gastric problems and enhances food absorption.
  • improves vision of the eyes.
  • dry amla powder is available in 100gms pack at rs. 56/-
  • amla juice is available at rs 180/- per litre
  • and rs. 100/- per half litre bottle


Amla Churan(dry) Seedless
Pippallu (Suali Variety)

Pippallu (Suali Variety)

Piper longum

  • botanical name : piper longum
  • family name : piperaceae
  • common name : long papper, pipli
  • part used : fruit, root, stem
  • habitat : most deciduus to evergreen forests
  • product offered : seeds, roots, fruit, stem
uses : piper longum or long papper is good for aromatic, stimulant, carminative ,constipation, gonorrhea, paralysis of the tongue ,advised in diarrhea , cholera, scarlatina ,chronic malaria, viral hepatitis. Piper longum is most commonly used to treat respiratory infections such as stomachache, bronchitis, diseases of the spleen, cough, tumors, and asthma. When applied topically, it soothes and relieves muscular pains and inflammation. In ayurvedic medicine, it is said to be a good rejuvenator. Piper longum helps stimulate the appetite and it dispels gas from the intestines. An infusion of piper longum root is used after birth to induce the expulsion of the placenta. It is used as sedative in insomnia and epilepsy. Also as cholagogue in obstruction of bile duct and gall bladder.

uses: 

consume half spoon pippalla churan with honey.


Neem Leaf

 

NEEM LEAVES POWDER
(azadirachta indica)

Against Dandruff and Itches. It removes lice and dandruff when applied to the hair. It has triple advantage of being a natural antiseptic, germicide as well as an excellent deodorant. It is therefore very effective on skin allergies, prickly heat, sweat - rashes, itches. 
It is antiseptic, germicidal, effective for skin allergies, bed sores, lice, dandruff and itching.

The trusted antibacterial & Anti-dandruff powder.


The antiseptic and curative properties of Neem are legendary. Neem powder can also be used on hair for treating acute dandruff problems. When used on skin, Neem powder has an instant germicidal and anti bacterial action that cures allergies, bed sores, prickly heat and rashes. It removes excessive oiliness from the skin pigments and helps fight skin disorders and eruptions. When used generally, the powder acts as a prophylactic. Moreover, the powder is an excellent deodorant and is active against nappy rashes and dried up measles.

It removes oiliness, fights skin disorders,
 Briefly, ' Neem Leaves Powder' has the following advantages:

- Powerful natural antiseptic
- Cures skin disorders
- Controls natural oil balance of skin
- Clears dandruff




The Neem Leaf for centuries has played a major role in the treatment of skin disorders, removing harmful toxins from the body, nourishment for the eyes and hair, as an anti inflammatory and anti bacterial agent.

 



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  • Packaging Details: AVAILABLE IN 100GMS REFILL PACK AT RS. 40/-


Neem Leaf
Tulsi Leaf

Tulsi Leaf


BRAHMI CHURAN

Quick OverviewAside from increasing intellectual and cognitive function, Brahmi induces a sense of calm and peace in its users. It is unique in its ability to invigorate mental processes whilst reducing the effects of stress and nervous anxiety. This makes Brahmi extremely applicable in highly stressful work or study environments where clarity of thought is as important as being able to work under pressure. Many people have the intelligence to perform to strict standards, but lack the composure and self-confidence to reach them. Additionally, Brahmi helps soothe the restlessness and distraction that nervousness causes. Brahmi is ideal for students and workers faced with this problem.Suggested Use:1 spoonful twice daily with warm water or as directed by physicianContraindications:Not for use by pregnant woman or a Person having diarrhea or hyperthyroidism


Brahmi works as a nerve tonic, digestive aid and in promoting optimal brain function. Ayurvedic practitioners use the leaves and stems from the Brahmi plant to create this herbal remedy. Originating from Asian wetlands, Brahmi grows in many parts of the world, including the United States. This herbal tonic goes is found under the names of Brahmi and Pennywort. Used as an Ayurvedic medicinal, Brahmi is a tridosha herb meaning it can be prescribed to even children.

Brahmi as Ayurvedic Healing Tool

According to the National Institutes of Health National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Ayurvedic medicine, one of the oldest practices in India, uses all aspects of the body to heal an individual. With the use of herbs, exercises, and diet, Ayurveda practitioners promote wellness in order to alleviate illness. Each individual has one prominent dosha---vata, pitta, or kapha, and a practitioner aligns the herbal formulas, diet and exercise specifically for that dosha.
Brahmi is a tri-dosha to be used by any of the three doshas, and has been used for at least 3,000 years in traditional Ayurveda. Iharak Samhita, one of the oldest Ayurvedic medicine texts, lists Brahmi as a healing tonic for nerves, liver and digestion.

Nerve Tonic

As a nerve tonic, Brahmi promotes healthy nerve functioning and eliminates communication breakdown by strengthening the nerve impulses. Brahmi also regenerates nerve cells and improving nervous system structure making it easier to balance stressful events.

Brain Tonic

In addition to Brahmi regenerating nerve cells, it also revitalizes brain cells. As people age, their ability to regenerate cells in the brain affects their memory and recall centers. Brahmi promotes retention and recall. With its ability to increase concentration, stimulate memory connections in the brain, Brahmi even has been used in the recovery of stroke and brain injury patients.

Digestive Aid

Receiving all the nutritional value from foods is extremely important. If people are not able to get all the vitamins and minerals from the meals they eat, then their bodies cannot thrive. Brahmi assists stomach in digesting and assimilating food by acting as a digestive aid to help the stomach break down food.



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  • Packaging Details: Brahmi Churna Promotes Memory, it has been used to enhance all aspects of mental performance, including concentration, awareness, perception & learning capacity.

    Ingredients:
    Brahmi (Bacopa monniera).

    Usage:
    Serving size: 5 gm. Serving per

    AVAILABLE IN 100GMS REFILL PACK AT RS. 50/-.

    AREAWISE REQUIRED ALL OVER INDIA


Ritha Soapnut

Description
A medium sized deciduous tree upto 20m in height with grey smooth bark, peeling offin scales, leaves pinnate, leaflets 2-3 pairs, terminal pair being the largest, flowers white, polygamous, male flowers many, bisexual flowers few, all in the same pubescent panicle, fruits fleshy drupes, the pulp becoming a saponaceous wrinkled rind on drying, seeds black.

Chemical Constituents
Saponins-sapindoside A and sapindoside B. Nuts contain kaempferol, quercetin and B-sitosterol. Saponin emarginatoside from fruits.

Cosmetic Uses
Soap nut is used in Cleansing Lotion, Protein Shampoo, Protein Shampoo with Conditioner. Soap nut contains a high level of saponins. Antibacterial mild foaming agent, cleanser, exfoliant. Soap nut Powder is used to cleanse hair, skin and laundry. Helpful in removing stains from hands. May soothe the eczema, psoriasis, itchy skin, sensitive skin . Soapnut is an excellent hair tonic. Soap Nut extract comes from the fruit of the Soapnut tree. The pulp of the fruit contains a high level of natural foaming agents. This extract can be used to wash skin and hair. Soap nut when added to a facial mix of milk powder and clay to provide delicate cleansing of the skin, it is added to salt scrubs to add cleansing action. As a hair and body wash, add 1 teaspoon of Soap nut extract to a cup of water. Use this as a hair wash or mild cleanser. Soap nut can also be combined with amla, neem & Shikakai extract for a more nutritive hair wash. Mix all of the herbs in water and let sit till thoroughly dissolved. The wash should be kept refrigerated and used within 4 days or preserved with an anti bacterial preservative.

The powdered seeds are said to possess insecticide properties. They are employed in the treatment of dental caries. It cleanses the skin of oily secretion, its a hair tonic, and forms a rich, natural lather. Its detergent action, which cleanses the hair and removes, accumulated debris and a sebaceous material further more imparting speculiar reflection and hair luster.

Uses
The roots and bark are expectorant and demulcent. The roots are good for hemicrania, hysteria and epilepsy. A decoction of the bark is good for cattle suffering from ulcers due to worm infestation after calving. The fruits are acrid, bitter, thermogenic, emetic, astringent, expectorant, anthelminitic, abortifacient and tonic. They are good for asthma, diarrhoea, cholera, lumbago, verminosis and gastralgia dyspepsia.



Ritha Soapnut
Red Sandal

Red Sandal

Wood paste is extremely applied in boils, inflammation, headache, skin diseases and to strengthen the sight.

Mix 2 tablespoons of honey with 1 teaspoon each of rice powder, sandalwood powder and turmeric powder. Apply it on your face and wash after 10 minutes. This will act as a cleansing agent and prevent the appearance of white spots


  • Mix 2 teaspoons of yoghurt, 1 tablespoon of sandalwood and 1 teaspoon of rose water to a paste. Add a pinch of turmeric powder to the paste and mix. Apply this on your red acne gently. Wash off after 15 minutes. Sandalwood improves the skin complexion, while yoghurt and rose water soothe the skin. Turmeric powder has anti-bacterial properties and heals skin.
  • To the above mixture, you can also add the juice of a fresh lemon and apply on your skin. Let dry for 15 minutes. Take some sugar granules and rub the paste off your skin. Lemon will lighten your scars by getting rid of the existing skin layer.


  • Mint Leaf Powder

     

    Podina benefits

     

     

    Botanical name(s): mentha arvensis, pipertia
    family name: lamiaceae
    kingdom: plantae
    division: magnoliophyta
    class: magnoliopsida
    order: lamiales
    family: lamiaceae
    genus: mentha
    species: m. Piperita
    popular name(s): field mint, corn mint, japanese mint, wild mint, pudina.
    parts used: whole plant, oil.
    habitat: found through out india.

    Description
    podina is an herbaceous perennial herb that grows to a height of 10 to 60 cm. This downy herb has running rootstocks and a rigid branching stem. The lanceolate oblong leaves are simple and sharply toothed, paired in opposites with minute hair. They are 2 to 6. 5 cm in length and 1 to 2 cm in width. The pale purple flowers (sometimes white or pink) are found in clusters at the stem where each flower measures 2 to 4 mm in length. The plant is native to the temperate regions of europe, western and central asia (eastern siberia and east of the himalayas) and north america. It is commonly known as pudina in hindi.

    plant chemicals
    (+)- volatile oil, carvone, limonene, 1,8-cineole, trans-carveol, linarin, pulegone, menthol, menthene, menthenone.

    uses & benefits of podina

    • podina is used as a carminative and an expectorant.
    • the plant is highly effective in treating headaches, rhinitis, cough sore throat, colic, prurigo and vomiting.
    • it serves as a good blood cleanser, since it is antiseptic and anti-bacterial.
    • podina plays a significant role in alleviating swollen gums, mouth ulcers and toothaches.
    • crushed and bruised pudina leaves are used in treating insect bites.
    • the decoction and infusion of its leaves and stems helps in fever, stomachaches, dysmenorrheal and diuresis.
    • fresh leaves of podina are crushed and sniffed for dizziness. Crushed leaves are also applied on the forehead and temple, to cure headaches.
    • for toothaches, boil 6 tablespoons of pudina leaves in 2 glasses of water, for 15 minutes. Strain and cool the water. Divide it into two parts and take each part after 3 to 4 hours.
    • boil 6 tablespoons of chopped leaves in 2 glasses of water, for 15 minutes. Cool and strain. Divide the decoction into 3 parts and consume three times a day. This will help in treating coughs.
    • for treating arthritis, take some fresh leaves and heat on low flame. Pound them and apply on the painful joints or muscles, when still warm.
    • soak 2 tablespoons of chopped leaves in a glass of hot water for 30 minutes and strain. Use the infusion as a mouthwash.
    • the menthol extracted from the plant is used in preparing balms.
    • it is used as a flavoring agent in many culinary preparations.


    Mint Leaf Powder
    Black Henna

    Black Henna

    BLACK HENNA:

    This product is made of natural henna powder and indigo leaf powder. 

    Mix this ready  combination with little lemon juice or amla powder and soak it for 24 to 48 hours so that the natural dye comes out of it.

    Apply this paste to the hair and leave it for atleast for an hour and wash with the water.

    It gives shining black colour to the hair and relieve you from dandruff and all fungal infections.

    First time users can apply this for 2 to 3 days contineously and afterwards repeat once in 10 days.








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