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Herbal Medicine and the Drug Industry
Attitudes toward the use of plants in medical treatments have taken a cyclical swing over the past two hundred years. Prior to the 19th century herbal remedies were commonplace, effective and subject to neither ridicule nor skepticism. No one queried their efficacy, as the evidence upon which their use was based was consistent, globally, over time and place, since the beginning of recorded history. Then, in the early part of the nineteenth century extraction of active plant constituents that proved to be therapeutically effective in the treatment of specific diseases heralded the birth of modern pharmacology.
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Mimosa Pudica
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Mimosa Pudica
  • Botanical Name : Mimosa Pudica
  • Family Name : Fabaceae
  • Common Name : Touch Me Not
  • Part Used : Root, Flower, Leaves, And Stem.
  • Habitat : Common in well-drained soil, disturbed areas, and lawns of india.
  • Product offered : Wholeplant, Seeds
Uses : Decoction of root is used with water to gargle to reduce toothache. It is very useful in diarrhea (athisaara), amoebic dysentery (raktaatisaara), bleeding piles and urinary infections.

It arrests bleeding and fastens the wound healing process. It is mainly used in herbal preparations for gynecological disorders. It has been said to have medicinal properties to cure skin diseases. It is also used in conditions like bronchitis, general weakness and impotence. It is also used to treat neurological problems. Root is bitter, acrid, cooling, vulnerary, alexipharmic and used in treatment of biliousness, leprosy, dysentery, inflammations, burning sensation, fatigue, asthma, leucoderma, blood diseases etc. Decoction of leaves is used for diabetes

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Regular oral hygiene is not only aSunnah(the way of Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) but is now alsorecommended by all Dentists. Miswaak is a natural way to brush yourteeth. Its soft natural bristles will protect your gums and clean yourteeth to perfection. No need for any toothpaste. Just tuck along inyour pocket, briefcase or handbag and use it as and when required,preferably after every meal. Packed in an airtight poly bag to preserveits freshness.

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Mucuna Pruriens
  • Botanical Name : Mucuna Pruriens
  • Family Name : Fabaceace
  • Common Name : Cowitch, Common Cowitch, Konch
  • Part Used : Roots, Seeds, Leaves
  • Habitat : Throughout india among hedges & bushes.
  • Product offered : Leaves, Seeds, Wholeplant, Pods
Uses : The roots are bitter, sweet thermogenic emollient, stimulant, purgative, aphrodisiac, diuretic. The leaves are aphrodisiac. The seeds are astringent, laxative, anthelmentic, alexipharmic and tonic. Roots are considered useful to relieve constipation, nephropathy, strangury and ulcers. Leaves are aphrodisiac and useful in cephalagia and general debility

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Myristica Fragrans
  • Botanical Name : Myristica Fragrans
  • Family Name : Myristicaceae
  • Common Name : Nutmeg
  • Part Used : Seed Kernels
  • Habitat : Grown in southern-india, particularly in tamil nadu.
  • Product offered : Fruits, Seeds, Oil
Uses : It is aromatic, carminative, digestive, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, lactagogue, , hypnotic, hallucinogenic, antispasmodic and stimulant agent.

Helps relieving flatulency, useful in nausea, stomachache, vomiting, diarrhea associated with cholera. Also useful in diseases of the liver, spleen, headaches, palsy and eye troubles.

Nutmeg is used as spice, in bakery and confectionery items. Nutmeg oil stimulates the heart and circulation, activates the mind and revives people from fainting spells. The oil has good anti-inflammatory action, and is also successful in relieving pain, especially muscular aches and pain, as well as rheumatism.

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Picrorhiza Kurroa
  • Botanical Name : Picrorhiza Kurroa
  • Family Name : Scrophulariaceae
  • Common Name : Picrorhiza, Kutki
  • Part Used : Dried Rhizomes
  • Habitat : In the himalayas, from kahsmir to sikkim at elevation of 2700-4500 meters
  • Product offered : Dried rhizomes
Uses : Its usefulness as a laxative, liver-stimulant, improving lactation, appetite stimulant, febrifuge and as beneficial in bronchial asthma. The plant and its formulations are widely used in therapy of epidemic jaundice. Clinical studies including double-blind trials have been carried out with the root powder of the plant in patients with viral hepatitis with significant improvement in symptoms like anorexia, nausea and vomiting. There was a concurrent improvement in liver functions. Open trials in bronchial asthma have given encouraging prophylactic response with prolonged administration. It is bitter, carminative, digestant and has a cooling effect and is used as a cardiotonic, antipyretic and anthelmintic. It is also used in diabetes, jaundice, blood disorders, hepatomegaly, liver and spleen disorders and skin disorders.

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Blood-Sugar Effects

Eugenia jambolana does have hypoglycemic, or blood-sugar lowering, action, according to a 1991 "In Vivo" study. The fruit appears to produce such effects more quickly than the seeds, notes lead study author S. Achrekar. A 2009 study published in the "Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology" also notes the plant is effective. Lead study author A. Chaturvedi concludes that treatment with this plant can keep blood-sugar levels steady in cases of mild diabetes. However, both studies were done on rats, so more study is needed to see if Eugenia jambolana is effective and safe for people. In Madagascar, a medicine called Madeglucyl that is derived from this plant is approved for use for treating type 2 diabetes, according to the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research.

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Stomach Aid

Diabetes often raises risk for peptic ulceration. Eugenia jambolana seeds may protect against ulcers by reducing gastric secretions, according to Chaturvedi. In fact, treatment with the plant reduces acid-pepsin output better than the anti-diabetic drug glibenclamide, Chaturvedi notes. Eugenia jambolana also enhances mucin and mucosal glycoprotein production in your stomach, which enhances your stomach's mucus-lined protective layer, according to a 2007 study published in the "Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology."

Liver Protection

Eugenia jambolana may help protect your liver, according to a 2009 study published in the "Indian Journal of Pharmacology." This plant appears to help with liver cell regeneration, making it a potentially effective treatment against liver injury, according to study authors S.S. Sisodia and M. Bhatnagar. This effect is dose-dependent, meaning that higher doses of the seed extract have stronger effects, the study authors note.

Anti-Cancer Action

Eugenia jambolana may be useful in protecting against estrogen-dependent breast cancer due to its anthocyanin content, according to a 2010 study in the "Journal of Agricultural Food Chemistry." Anthocyanins may suppress the enzyme responsible for estrogen synthesis called aromatase. In this laboratory study, the extract inhibited some types of breast cancer cells. More research is needed to determine if the plant would be effective and safe in women for the same purpose. Eugenia jambolana also may have antioxidant action, according to the 2007 "Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology" study

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Embelia Ribes
  • Botanical Name : Embelia Ribes
  • Family Name : Myrsinaceae
  • Common Name : Embelia, False Black Pepper And Flase Pepper.
  • Part Used : Berries, Leaves And Root-bark.
  • Habitat : Present throughout india, in area upto 1,500 m in hilly regions.
  • Product offered : Fruit
Uses : Embelia root bark is acrid, astringent, anthelmintic, antifertility, antioestrogenic, carminative, digestive, laxative, soothing, stimulant, stomachic, and thermogenic. It is effective against intestinal parasites and intestinal worms. It is used in abdominal disorders, skin fungal infections, flatulence, constipation, indigestion, headache, hemorrhoids, lung diseases, obesity, piles, pneumonia, mouth ulcers, toothache and sore throat. Its decoction is useful in insanity and heart diseases.

Leaves are astringent, thermogenic, demulcent and depurative in nature. It is useful in skin diseases and leprosy.

Fruits are acrid, astringent, anthelmintic, bitter, brain tonic, carminative, contraceptive, diuretic, febrifuge, laxative, stimulant, and thermogenic. It is useful in skin diseases, leprosy, nervous debility, dyspepsia, flatulence, colic, tumors, asthma, fever, ascaris infestation and general debility. Paste is being used for mouth wash and avoiding cavities. It is being also used in skin related problems. Decoction of the roots is given in insanity and heart diseases

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Glycyrrhiza Glabra ,jequility, Licorice,yashti Maduka
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  • Botanical Name : Glycyrrhiza Glabra
  • Family Name : Papilionaceae
  • Common Name : Calamus, Mulethi, Sweet Liquorice, Sweetwood
  • Part Used : Root
  • Habitat : Cultivated in northern and southern india
  • Product offered : Roots
Uses : It is Tonic, Diuretic, Demulcent, Expectorant, Emmenagogue and Laxative. It is used for allaying coughs and catarrhal infections, useful in irritable conditions of mucous membrane of urinary organs. Useful in sore throat, cough, anorexia and persistent low fever. It is also used in flavoring of tobacco, confectionery, beverages, jams and marmalades. Roots are used in the treatment of Addison's disease, asthma, bronchitis, coughs, peptic ulcer, arthritis and allergic complaints. Externally, the roots are used in the treatment of herpes, eczema and shingles.

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Everyone wants to be healthy, but not everyone knows what to do to maintain their health.  We might think of staying healthy as exercising and eating right, but there are also some beneficial sources that could be consumed by us in order to prevent illnesses.  Grapeseed benefits encompass so many ways to fight diseases and illnesses, but they can also do more. First of all, Grape seed benefits consist of anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-inflammatory uses.  The benefits of grape seed are also good to reduce the signs of aging, such as a lack of elasticity in the skin and poor vision.  Furthermore, another Grape seed benefit is that it can lessen symptoms caused by allergic reactions.  There are much more benefits associated with grape seed, but it will take days for me to describe them all.  Plus, new discoveries are being made so I would be a little behind in my Grape seed benefits list.

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Hemidesmus indicus Br. Indian Sarasaparilla
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Sarsaparilla
  • Botanical Name : Hemidesmus Indicus
  • Family Name : Ascelepiadaceae
  • Common Name : Sarasaparilla, Indian Sarasaparilla, Anantamool.
  • Part Used : Roots
  • Habitat : Found in central india.
  • Product offered : Roots
Uses : It is tonic, diuretic, demulcent, disphoretic and blood purifier. Employed in nutritional disorders, syphilis, chronic rheumatism, gravel and other urinary diseases and skin affections. It is also employed as a vehicle for potassium and iodine. Root is cooling, , antipyretic, antidiarrhoeal, astringent to bowels and useful in treatment of fevers, foul body odour, asthma, bronchitis, blood disorders, leucorrhoea, dysentery, thirst, burning sensation, piles, eye troubles and skin problems. Decoction of stalks and leaves is used for skin eruptions, hearing disorders, fevers etc

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Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis
  • Botanical Name : Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis
  • Family Name : Malvaceae
  • Common Name : Hibiscus Flower, Lipstick Flower, China Rose, Shoeback Plant, Kinaros, Aute.
  • Part Used : Leaves And Flowers.
  • Habitat : Commonly cultivated as a garden ornamental shrub from sea level to 500m.
  • Product offered : Leaves, Flower
Uses : Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis helps in inducing abortion, provide treatment for headache. Young leaves are sometimes used as a spinach substitute. Flowers can also be made into a kind of pickle or used as a purple dye for colouring foods such as preserved fruits and cooked vegetables. Root is edible but very fibrousy. Its also good for hair treatment.„h The leaves and flowers are beaten into a paste and poulticed onto cancerous swellings and mumps. The leaves are anodyne, aperient, emollient and laxative. A decoction is used as a lotion in the treatment of fevers.

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 Chemical Constituents - A variety of biologically active compounds have been isolated from the leaves including ursolic acid, apigenin and luteolin.

Tulsi medicinal properties / Uses:
  • Pharmacological Effects – In traditional Ayurvedic system of medicine,several medicinal properties have been attributed to this plant.
    Recent pharmacological studies have established the anabolic, hypoglycemic , smooth muscle relaxant, cardiac depressant,antifertility,adaptogenic and immunomodulator properties of this plant.
  • Antimicrobial effects – Essential oil of Tulsi have antibacterial,antifungal and antiviral properties.It inhibites the growthof E coli, B.anthracis, M.tuberculosis etc. It's antitubercular activity is one-tenth the potency of streptomycin and one-fourth .
            Preperations containing Tulsi extract significantly shorten the course of illness, clinical symptoms and the biochemical parameters in patients with viral hepatitis and viral encephalitis.

  • Antimalarial effects – Essential oil of Tulsi has been reported to possess 100% larvicidal activity against the Culex mosquitoes. Trials have shown excellent antimalarial activity of Tulsi. It's extracts have marked incecticidal activity against mosquitoes.It's repellant action lasts for about two hours
  • Antiallergic and Immunomodulator effects - Essential oil of Tulsi was found to have anti-allergic properties. When administered to laboratory animals, the compound was found to inhibit mast cell degranulation and histamine release in the presence of allergen. These studies reveal the potential role of Ocimum sanctum extracts in the management of immunological disorders including allergies and asthma.
  • Antistress/Adaptogenic effects - Extracts from the plant have been found to reduce stress.
  • Antifertility effect – One of the major constituents of the leaves,ursolic acid has been reported to possess antifertility activity in rats and mice,This effect has been attributed to it's antiestrogenic effectwhich may be responsible for arrest of spermatogenesis in males and inhibitory effecton implantation of ovum in females.This constituent may prove to be a promising antifertility agent devoid of side effects.
  • Anti diabetic effect - A randomized, placebo-controlled cross-over single blind trial on 40 human volunteers suffering from Type II diabetes was performed. During the four week trial, subjects alternately received a daily dose of 2.5 g of Tulsi leaves powder or a placebo for two week periods. The results showed 17.6 % reduction in fasting blood glucose and 7.3% decline in postprandial blood glucose on treatment with Tulsi as compared to the blood glucose levels during treatment with placebo
  • For Heart ailments - As 'Tulsi' (basil) has a positive effect over blood pressure and also a de-toxicant, its regular use prevents heart attacks. A tonic may be prepared by mixing 1 gm of dry 'Tulsi' leaves with a spoonful of butter and some candy sugar or honey.Take twice a day; first thing in the morning and before going to bed at night. The drinking of Tulsi-leaf tea keeps the blood pressure even
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    Name: VALLIKANTAKAARIKA
    Filename: Solanum_trilobatum.JPG
    Description: Botanical name : Solanum trilobatum Linn.
    Family : Solanaceae
    SANSKRIT SYNONYMS
    Alarka, Vallikantakaarika, Kantakaari-lata.
    AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES
    Rasa    : Tikta, Kashaya   
    Guna   : Lakhu
    Virya   : Seeta
    PLANT NAME IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES
    English     :     Climbing Brinjal.
    Hindi        :     Kantakaari-lataa
    Malayalam    :     Padarchunda, Parachunda, Tootuvila
    Distribution : Thoroughout india, growing wild.
    PLANT DESCRIPTION
    A small perennial deciduous armed shrub grows over bushes and hedges. Leaves simple, opposite, ovate or trilobed or irregularly lobed, long petiolate and pubescent. Flowers purplish-blue, in cymes. Berry globose, red or scarlet.
    MEDICINAL PROPERTIES
    Plant pacifies vitiated pitta, kapha, cough, bronchitis, dyspnoea, anorexia, worm infestation, skin diseases, hemeplegia, edema, urinary calculi, amenorrhea, and urinary tract disorders
    Useful part    :    Whole plant.
    CHEMICAL CONTENTS
    The steroidal alkaloid, solasodine, is present in fruit and leaf of the plant (air-dried fruits and leaves fromCoimbatore gave 0.96 and 0.36% respectively). A crude glycoalkaloid mixture, isolated from the plant material, contained about 20% beta-solamarine. The plant exhibited antimitotic, antitumour, antibacterial and antifungal activities and showed promising results in two cancer test systems—K B cell and sarcoma in mice

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    Strychnos Nux Vomica
    • Botanical Name : Strychnos Nux Vomica
    • Family Name : Loganiaceae
    • Common Name : Nux-vomica, Poison Nut, Snake-wood, Strychnine Tree, Quaker Buttons, Ma Qian Zi
    • Part Used : Bark, Leaves, Seeds
    • Habitat : Found throughout india in deciduous forests.
    • Product offered : Seeds
    Uses : Strychnos nux vomica is recommended for upset stomach, vomiting, abdominal pain, constipation, intestinal irritation, hangovers, heartburn, insomnia, certain heart diseases, circulatory problems, eye diseases, depression, migraine headaches, nervous conditions, problems related to menopause, and respiratory diseases in the elderly. In folk medicine, it is used as a healing tonic and appetite stimulant. Nux vomica is a common homeopathic medicine prescribed for digestive problems, sensitivity to cold, and irritability. The senses of smell, touch, hearing and vision are rendered more acute, it improves the pulse and raises blood pressure and is of great value as a tonic to the circulatory system in cardiac failure. It is used in pruritis and as a local anodyne in inflammations of the external ear. The powdered seeds are employed in atonic dyspepsia. The leaves are applied as a poultice on sloughing wounds and ulcers.
    They are also used in the preparation of medicated product for the hair and scalp.

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    Chemical composition

    Benzoin oil's main chemical components are benzoic, cinnamic acids, benzyl benzoate, benzoic aldehyde, vanillin and coniferyl benzoate.

    Therapeutic properties

    The therapeutic properties of benzoin oil include the following; antiseptic, anti-depressant, astringent, anti-inflammatory, carminative, cordial, deodorant, diuretic, expectorant and vulnerary.

    Uses

    Benzoin oil can be used for bronchitis, coughs, colds, wounds, acne, eczema, psoriasis, rheumatism, arthritis, scar tissue, circulation, nervous tension, stress, muscle pains, chilblains, rashes and mouth ulcers.

    Summary

    Benzoin oil's greatest benefit lies in that it has a calming effect on the nervous and digestive systems, a warming effect on circulation problems and a toning effect on the respiratory tract.

    It furthermore boosts the pancreas, which in turns helps digestion, and is thought to be involved in controlling blood sugar, which makes it valuable for sufferers of diabetes.

    The effect it has on the skin is to improve elasticity, helping cracked skin, while aiding the healing of sores and wounds and at the same time reducing redness, irritation and itching

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    Because of the activity in the work, I just could to write again in this Alternative Health Articles blog now. In this opportunity, we didn’t yet continue discussions about urine therapy in this Alternative Health Articles, but we will discuss about Patikan China (Euphorbia thymifolia Linn) one of the drug plants that many of his benefits for our health.

    Common name of Patikan China (Latin: Euphorbia thymifolia Linn) include Gelang Pasir, Krokot China (Java); Ki Mules, Nanangkaan Gede, Useup Nana (West Java); Jalu-jalu Tona (Maluku); Xiao lei yang cao (China); Makikitot (Philippines). This plant could be found in South-East Asia, China, and Indochina.

    Patikan China was the small herb plant crawled, sometimes half of the stand, had hair, was gotten everywhere around grass in the page, around the field, the edge of the road on the places that were rather wet until the height 1.400 m. from sea level. The stick and his leaves were rather reddish, when being broken issued latex. The leaves are opposite, very small, oval, came face to face, his smell was fragrant. The flower was pink.

    Chemical content of Patikan China are myricyl alcohol, ethanolic, taraxerol, tirucalol, kamzuiol, hentriacon-tane (roots); cosmosiin (stem & leaves).

    With various contents of chemistry in Patikan China, so as this plant could cure various diseases like anti-inflammation, anti-oxidant, anti-herpes, dysentery, typhus abdominals, enteritis, diarrhea, bleed piles, cathartic, worms.
    From Philippines, Nadkarni reports that the expressed juice of the powdered plant is given with as a remedy for bites of venomous reptiles and also applied externally to the bitten part. It is also applied to ringworm, and, mixed with chloride of ammonium; it is applied for the cure dandruff. Ridley says that the drug is an expectorant and is useful for coughs.

    The Patikan China crop part that was used was all the crop part, fresh or dehydrated. The taste of Patikan China was rather souring, astringent, and somewhat cool.

    Along with this several examples of the use:
    For cure dysentery and bleed piles
    How to use: 15-30 gram dry or 30-60 gram fresh of Patikan China, was boiled, drank.

    For outside use:
    Eczema, allergic dermatitis (skin diseases because allergy), herpes, very itchy on skin, abscess of breasts.
    How to use: Fresh Patikan China was boiled to wash the area that was sick. Its latex was dropped for the spot in comea (micula).

    Thus, this discussion about Patikan China in this Alternative Health Articles blog is finish. It is hoped could become the reference material for us who wanted to carry out alternative medical treatment (the back to nature) that secure and cheap. There is happy news, I now arrange permission to market my herb products such as pill, powder or dehydrated.

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    Name: Ficus carica
    Filename: Ficus_carica.jpg
    Description:

    Botanical name : Ficus carica Linn.
    Family : Moraceae
    SANSKRIT SYNONYMS
    Falgu, Anjeera, Manjula
    AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES
    Rasa : Madhura
    Guna : Guru, Snigdha, Sara
    Virya : Seeta
    Vipaka : Madhura
    PLANT NAME IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES
    English : Fig.
    Hindi : Anjeer
    Malayalam : Seema ati, Athipazham
    Distribution – Throughout India growing wild dry areas.
    PLANT DESCRIPTION
    A moderate sized tree grows up to 15 meters in height. Leaves simple, alternate, large, ovate, acute, cordate and hairy. Flowers seen in receptacles, arises from the axils of old leaves. Upper part of receptacle occupied by female flowers and lower part male. The ripen receptacle, saikonium, contain large number of small whitish seeds.
    MEDICINAL PROPERTIES
    Plant pacifies vitiated vata, pitta, burning sensation, burning micturition,  weakness, constipation, hemorrhoids, cough, intestinal worms, wounds, ulcers and general debility.
    Useful part : Fruits, Latex

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    Gotu Kola Pennywort, Indian Pennywort, Indian Ginseng, Horse-hoof

    Grass, Gotu Cola, Gota Kola

    Centella asiatic syn. Hydrocotyle asiatica F. Apiaceae

    Constituents: volatile oil containing vallerin, camphor, cineole, n-dodecane, terpene acetate, tran-B farnesene, germacrene-D, B-caryophyllene, p-cymol, a-pinene, methanol, allyl mustard oil; flavonoids, kaempferol, resin, alkaloid hydrocotyline; asiatic, betulic, brahmic, centellinic, isobrahmic, and madecassic acid; quercetin, tannin, sugar, asiaticoside, oxyasiaticoside, brahmoside, braminoside, centelloside, madecassoside, thunkuniside, bitters, sterols, pectin, B-sitosterol

    Vitamins:

    A, B, C, D

    Minerals:

    calcium, chromium, cobalt, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, selenium, silica, zinc

    Actions:

    antipyretic, diuretic, antibacterial, antifungal, antiinflammatory, , antispasmodic, antioxidant, adaptogenic, tonic, digestive, vulnerary, alterative, antiviral, antibiotic, nervine, rejuvenative, blood purifier, adrenal strengthener

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    • Botanical Name : Holarrhena Antidysenterica
    • Family Name : Apocynaceae
    • Common Name : Bitter Oleander, Connessi Bark, Kurchi Bark, , Dysentery Rose Bay, Tellicherry Bark
    • Part Used : Bark, Seeds
    • Habitat : Grows wild in mountains
    • Product offered : Bark, Seeds
    Uses : It is one of the best drug for diarrhoea. In chronic diarrhoea & to check blood coming from stool, it should be given with Isobgol, caster oil or Indrayav.
    According to Ayurveda, the bark is useful in treatment of piles, skin diseases and biliousness.
    The bark is used externally in case of skin troubles. The bark is mostly mixed with cow urine and applies it in affected parts. In treatment of urinary troubles, the bark is given with cow milk. The fresh juice of bark is considered good to check the diarrhoea. In bleeding piles Decoction of Kutaj bark with sunthi checks mucus & blood. Application of this herb is useful in Rh. Arthritis & Osteoarthritis. The bark is used in chest affections and as a remedy in diseases of the skin and spleen. It is a well known herb for amoebic dysentery and other gastric disorders.

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    Name: JALAPIPPALI
    Filename: Phyla_nodiflora.jpg
     Botanical name : Phyla nodiflora (L.) E. Greene. (Lippia nodiflora A. Rich.)
    Family : Verbenaceae
    SANSKRIT SYNONYMS
    Jalapippali, Toyavallari, Sharadi, Shakuladani, Matsyagandha, Matsyadani, Langali, Vashira.
    AYURVEDIC PROPERTIES
    Rasa    : Tikta, Kashaya
    Guna   : Lakhu, Snigdha
    Virya   : Seeta
    PLANT NAME IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES
    English     : Purple lippia
    Hindi        : Jalpapli
    Malayalam    : Neertippali, Neer tippali  
    Distribution – Throughout India, in wet wastelands.
    PLANT DESCRIPTION
    A much branched perennial creeper herb rooting at the nodes. Leaves simple, opposite, subscssile. cuneate-spathulate or obovate. sharply serrite towards the apex; flowers white or pale pink, sessile, densely packed in axillary spikes, globose at first, afterwards elongating, peduncles usually single; fruits oblong, dry- splitting into one-seeded pyrenes.
    MEDICINAL PROPERTIES
    Plant pacifies vitiated pitta, burning sensation, anorexia, flatulence, colic, dyspepsia, worm infestations, diarrhea, ulcers, asthma, bronchitis, knee joint pain, hemorrhoids, cardiac ailments, urinary retention, kidney disease, lymphadenitis, erysipelas and fever.
    CHEMICAL CONTENTS
    The plant contains flavone glycosides—nodiflorins A and B, lipiflorins A and B, as well as free flavones including 6-hydroxyluteolin, nepetin and nodifloretin along with beta-sitosterol and stigmasterol glucosides.
    Dosage _ Plant—10–20 ml. juice. (CCRAS.)

    Useful part    :    Whole plant. 

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    Plumbago Zeylanica
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    Plumbago Zeylanica
    • Botanical Name : Plumbago Zeylanica
    • Family Name : Plumbaginaceae
    • Common Name : Ceylon Lead Root, Leadwort, Wild Leadwort, Lautafifi
    • Part Used : Flowers
    • Habitat : Throughout india but abundantly found in north india upto. 1600 m.
    • Product offered : Roots
    Uses : Plumbago is acrid and stimulates sweating. It also promotes appetite and helps in digestion. It is used for dyspepsia, piles, and skin diseases. Roots have been used as abortifacient in some indigenous practices, internally or as an irritant to the uterus. The powdered root is occasionally taken as a snuff to relieve headache.
    It also helps in adhesion of tissues in the body and works as antidiarrheal due to heavy properties

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    Rubia Cordifolia
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    Rubia Cordifolia
    • Botanical Name : Rubia Cordifolia
    • Family Name : Rubiaceae
    • Common Name : Indian Madder, Madderwort, Lukelangafu, Lukera Batuzi
    • Part Used : Roots, Stem
    • Habitat : Throughout india in hilly districts.
    • Product offered : Roots,Stems
    Uses : The roots are alterative, anodyne, antiphlogistic, antitussive, astringent, diuretic, emmenagogue, expectorant, styptic, tonic and vulnerary. They are used to lower the blood pressure. The roots are used internally in the treatment of abnormal uterine bleeding, internal and external haemorrhage, bronchitis, rheumatism, stones in the kidney, bladder and gall and dysentery .

    The stems are used as they are considered to have a bitter taste and a cooling potency. They are used in the treatment of blood disorders and spreading fever of kidneys and intestines. A valuable red dye is obtained from the root and stems. Roots are made into paste for application into ulcers, inflammations and skin troubles. A decoction of leaves and stem is used as a vermifuge

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    Terminalia Arjuna
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    Terminalia Arjuna
    • Botanical Name : Terminalia Arjuna
    • Family Name : Combretaceae
    • Common Name : Arjuna, Arjuna Herb, Arjuna Root
    • Part Used : Bark
    • Habitat : Through out india.
    • Product offered : Bark
    Uses : The bark is astringent, sweet, acrid, cooling, , cardiotonic, urinary astringent, expectorant, alexiteric and is useful in fractures, ulcers, cirrhosis of the lever, hyperhidsis, otalgia and hypertension. A decoction of the bark is used as wash in ulcers. It improves cardiac muscle function and pumping action of the heart.

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    Terminalia Chebula
    • Botanical Name : Terminalia Chebula
    • Family Name : Combretaceae
    • Common Name : Myrobalan, Hardad, Chebulic Myrobalan
    • Part Used : Fruits, Roots, Bark
    • Habitat : Grows throughout india
    • Product offered : Fruits, Hull
    Uses : It is astringent, purgative, stomachic and laxative. It is useful in asthma, piles and cough. It is also useful in healing of wounds and scalds. It is used as gargle against inflammation of mucous membrane of mouth. It is used in tanning of leather and purification of petroleum. It is an effective purgative and helps in removing toxins and fats from the body resulting in their reduced absorption. Used in all sorts of eye disorders like inflammation, conjunctivitis and is used as a wash.

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    Tribulus Terrestris
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    Tribulus Terrestris
    • Botanical Name : Tribulus Terrestris
    • Family Name : Zygophllaceae
    • Common Name : Land Caltrops, Puncture Vine, Gokhru
    • Part Used : Whole Plant, Seeds
    • Habitat : Throughout india, upto 5400 m, as a weed along roadsides and waste places
    • Product offered : Seeds, Wholeplant, Fruits
    Uses : Roots and fruits are sweet, cooling, diuretic, aphrodisiac, emollient, appetizer, digestive, anthelmintic, expectorant, anti-inflammatory, laxative, cardiotonic, styptic and tonic. They are useful in strangury, dysuria, renal and vesical calculi, anorexia, dyspepsia, helminthiasis, cough, asthma, inflammations, cardiopathy, spermatorrhoea, anaemia, scabies, ophthalmia and general weakness.
    Leaves are astringent, diuretic, aphrodisiac, depurative, anthelmintic and tonic, they are useful in gonorrhoea, inflammation, menorrhagia, strangury, leprosy, skin diseases and general weakness.
    Seeds are astringent, strengtheningand are useful in haemorrhages and ulcerative stomatitis. Fruit is diuretic and tonic and is used for the treatment of calculous affections and painful micturition. Paste prepared from leaves is used in treatment of stones in the bladder

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    Vitex Negundo
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    Vitex Negundo
    • Botanical Name : Vitex Negundo
    • Family Name : Verbenaceae
    • Common Name : Chaste Tree, Huang Ping, Gattilier Incise, Huang Ching, Lenggundi, Man Ching, Negundo Chastetree
    • Part Used : Whole Plant
    • Habitat : Wasteland up to 2000 metres in the himalayas
    • Product offered : Seeds, Roots
    Uses : The leaves are astringent, febrifuge, sedative, tonic and vermifuge. They are useful in dispersing swellings of the joints from acute rheumatism and of the testes from suppressed gonorrhoea. The juice of the leaves is used for removing foetid discharges and worms from ulcers, whilst an oil prepared with the leaf juice is applied to sinuses and scrofulous sores. A decoction of the stems is used in the treatment of burns and scalds.

    The dried fruit is vermifuge and is also used in the treatment of angina, colds, coughs, rheumatic difficulties etc. The fresh berries are pounded to a pulp and used in the form of a tincture for the relief of paralysis, pains in the limbs, weakness etc. The root is expectorant, febrifuge and tonic. It is used in the treatment of colds and rheumatic ailments. The plant is said to be a malarial preventative and is also used in the treatment of bacterial dysentery - extracts of the leaves have shown bactericidal and antitumor activity. The leaves are used to repel insects in grain stores. Extracts of the leaves have insecticidal activity. The fresh leaves are burnt with grass as a fumigant against mosquitoes. A decoction of the leaves and the vapours are employed in baths for treatment of febrile, catarrhal and rheumatic affections. The flowers are astringent and are used in fever, diarrhoea and liver complaints.

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    Phylanthus Amarus,Bhumi amlaki
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    Phyllanthus Amarus
    Active Ingredient : Bitters 2.5% & Bitters 5%

    Common Name : Sleeping Plant
    Chemical Constituents and Components : Main chemical constituents are phyllanthine, hypophyllanthine, alkaloids, quercetin, quercertrin, isoquercitrin, astragalin, amarin, geraniin, corilagin, rutin and 3-O-glucopyranoside.
    Action :
    Bitters:
    1. It blocks DNA polymerase, an enzyme required by Hepatitis B virus for growth and replication.
    2. It inhibits lipid peroxidation, and scavenges hydroxyl and superoxide radicals in vitro.
    3. It show inhibiting properties on both COX-2 and inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS).
    4. It plays important role in disruption of HbsAg mRNA transcription and post-transcription which is beneficial against viral carcinogenesis.
    5. It shows antagonistic effect on calcium channel and blocks voltage dependent Ca++ currents.
    6. It significantly reduces the plasma activities of alanine and aspartate transaminases and total bilirubin concentration.
    Curing Diseases : 1. It is diuretic, hypotensive and hypoglcycaemic in nature.
    2. It is very useful against chronic and acute Hepatitis B.
    3. It is used to cure jaundice, gonorrhea and diabetes.
    4. It is used in sores, swelling and itchiness.
    5. It is also used in frequent menstruation.
    6. It is useful in ophthalmia and chronic dysentery.
    7. It promotes liver functions and helpful to cure liver related problems.
    Research Information : Phyllanthus amarus is a potential diuretic, hypotensive and hypoglycaemic drug for humans. (Ref. To study the diuretic, hypotensive and hypoglycaemic effects of Phyllanthus amarus, Indian J Experimental Biology1995; 33(11): 861-864)
    Possible Combinations : Phyllanthus amarus + phyllanthus niruri (very effective against hepatitis b)

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    Saraca Asoka, Sita
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    Saraca Asoca
    • Botanical Name : Saraca Asoca
    • Family Name : Caesalpiniaceae
    • Common Name : Asok, Ashok, Asogam, Wu You Hua, Osaka.
    • Part Used : Bark, Leaves, Flowers, Seeds.
    • Habitat : Throughout india in evergreen forests.
    • Product offered : Bark
    Uses : The bark contains tannins and some chemicals and is prescribed as a tonic. Crushed flowers and leaves are rubbed on the skin to get relief from skin diseases. When selecting trees for avenues or large gardens, it will be an excellent idea to choose Saraca asoka instead of the usual rusty shield bearer or the ubiquitous gulmohur. The dried flowers are used in diabetes and haemorrhagic dysentery and seeds are used for curing bone fractires, strangury and vesical calculi. The flowers are considered to be a uterine tonic and is used in cases like burning sensation, dysentery, hyperdypsia, scabiesin children and inflammation. It is also used in fever, dipsia, colic, ulsers and pimples. The seeds are strengthening and the ash of plant is good for external application in rheum-arthritis. It is considered as best female tonic

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    Gymnema Sylvestre
    • Botanical Name : Gymnema Sylvestre
    • Family Name : Asclepiadaceae
    • Common Name : Periploca Of The Woods, Gudmar
    • Part Used : Whole Plant, Leaves
    • Habitat : Throughout india, in dry forest upto 600m.
    • Product offered : Leaves
    Uses : The plant is acrid, anti-inflammatory, anodyne, liver tonic,emetic and diuretic. It is useful in hepatosplenomegaly, dypepsia, constipation, jaundice, halminthiasis, cardiopathy and amenorrhoea. The fresh leaves when chewed have the remarkable property of paralysing the sense of taste for sweet and bitter substance for some time. It lowers blood sugar level and is good for the treatment both types of Diabetes. The herb is useful for stimulating the heart; it increases urine secretion.

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    Terminalia Belerica
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    Terminalia Belerica
    • Botanical Name : Terminalia Belerica
    • Family Name : Combretaceae
    • Common Name : Beleric, Belliric Myrobalan, Baehra
    • Part Used : Fruits
    • Habitat : Grown throughout india.
    • Product offered : Fruits, Hull
    Uses : It is astringent, tonic, expectorant and laxative. It is used in coughs and sore throat. Its pulp is used in dropsy, piles and diarrhoea. It is also useful in leprosy, fever and hair care. It is also used in oxalic acid and preparation of ink. It is used in case of rheumatism.
    Seed oil is applied in skin diseases and premature graying of hair.

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