Ingredients

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Every ingredient used in our formulation is picked from the lush Kerala borders or obtained from Desi Cows using natural collection methods.

Carefully processed, efficiently mixed and highly potent, our herbs and flowers are natural and pure. They retain their efficacy and nutrient content thereby providing you with the most enriching experience upon usage.

Apart from our wild herbs and flowers, we work with Panchagavya - a mixture of ingredients received from cows. This includes gobar (cow dung), gomutra (cow urine), milk, curd and ghee.  

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Dental Care

Charcoal

Activated charcoal is a highly absorbent binding substance that traps toxins and stains, making it a natural teeth whitener.

* Removes harsh stains and whitens the teeth
* Prevents tooth decay without the use of Fluoride
* Charcoal infused toothbrush bristles help remove food and smoke stains

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Rock Salt

Rock Salt or Halite (NaCl) has been part of age-old remedies for throat pain as it reduces the risk of harmful infections, acting as an anti-bacterial agent.

* Its anti-bacterial properties reduces the risk of harmful infections and occurrence of bacterial growth
* It also combats tooth decay
* Rock salts contain various levels of trace minerals, such as manganese, copper, iron, and zinc

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Babul Dried Stem Bark / Karuvelam pattai

Almost all parts of the Babul tree possess medicinal properties. It is high in antifungal, anti-viral, antispasmodic, antimutagenic, antiplasmodial, and galactagogue agents.

* Strengthens the teeth and gums
* Its antimicrobial properties help reduce plaque formation and gingival inflammation
* It increases the PH of saliva which help fight cavities and decay

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Prickly Chaff flower

Prickly Chaff flower or Nayuruvi (Apamarga) is described as the ''lord of all plants''. It can help increase vitality and rejuvenate the body while reducing the risk of gum problems and mouth ulcer.

* It cleanses and whitens the teeth
* Its anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties help protect the gums
* It is a toothache and gum bleeding remedy
* The dried stem of the plant can be used as a toothbrush substitute

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Cinnamon

Cinnamon, a taste-enhancing culinary spice has many health benefits due to the presence of the compound, cinnamaldehyde.

* Reduces bad breath
* Cinnamaldehyde compound present in cinnamon has
antifungal and antibacterial properties
*It reduces infections and can help fight tooth decay

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Cloves

Clove, also called Lavang in Ayurveda, is an aromatic and flavorful spice that improves bad breath and dental issues. Eugenol oil extracted from cloves has antiseptic, anaesthetic, and astringent properties.

* Chewing cloves stimulates saliva secretion that prevents the occurrence of a dry mouth and makes you feel fresh
* Cloves are known to treat toothache, gum problems and bad breath (halitosis)
* Its anti-microbial properties can help

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Banyan Tree Bark / Aalam pattai

The sacred banyan tree is a storehouse of nutrients, anti-bacterial and astringent agents that offer protection against most oral problems.

* It makes the teeth strong and prevents bad breath
*Its anti-bacterial and astringent properties prevent bacterial infection and bleeding problems
* Using a mixture of Banyan & Fig tree barks can reduce toothache

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Yellow Berried Night shade / Kandankathiri

Yellow Berried Night Shade or Kandankathiri is part of Dasahamoola (ten healing roots of Ayurveda) and the popular Mahanarayan Oil. The presence of bio-actives, Diosgenin and Solasonin, balances dysfunction in the body.

*Its anti-inflammatory properties can help treat gum inflammation, keeping them healthy
* It acts as a pain reliever that reduces toothache
*It acts as an antibiotic that helps destroys bacterias that causes plaque build-up.

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Dry ginger

Dry ginger has various benefits listed in Ayurvedic healing texts. It has anti-inflammatory properties that help improve digestion, treat common cold and infections.

* It removes plaque and prevent cavities.
* Strengthen the gum tissue around your teeth.
* It relieves tooth ache
* Lowers the risk of inflammatory oral diseases, as well as gingivitis and other gum diseases.

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Neem Leaves

The barks of the holy Neem tree has been used to maintain oral hygiene in ancient India. It is known to prevent gum bleeding, tooth decay, and bad breath.

* Neem leaf is rich in antioxidants that help boost immune response in fighting against oral infection
* It is a tooth decay remedy that can provide pain relief
*It reduces the deposition of plaque, prevents caries
* Neem extract will lessen gingival problems, and also treats halitosis

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Triphala

Triphala, the powerful Ayurvedic poly-herb, is a mixture of high-antioxidant herbs like Haritaki, Bibhitaki, and Forest Amla. It improves oral and digestive health and supports skin healing.

* Helps in maintaining oral hygiene
* It is loaded with anti-microbial properties that treat gingivitis and remove plaque
* It works well against gum diseases

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Bakula Treee Bark ( Magilam Pattai)

The Bakula tree has lots to offer with its therapeutic benefits, providing relief from diarrhoea and works well against dental caries and gum disease.

*The bark powder obtained from this tree is a gentle exfoliator for teeth
* It strengthens the gum and treats bleeding & swollen gums
* Its tender stems can be used to make all-natural toothbrushes

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Fig / Peepal Tree Bark ( Aathi Pattai )

The Peepal Tree or the Bodhi Satva of Buddhism is a storehouse of medicinal agents, as every part of the Fig tree is revered in Ayurveda.

* It treats mouth ulcers and other mouth infections.
* A mixture of Fig & Banyan tree barks can reduce toothache
* It eliminates bacteria in the mouth and reduces harsh stains

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Cardamon

The Queen of Spices, Cardamom works as a natural tranquillizer and is an age-old remedy that treats indigestion, asthma, and bad breath.

* The active component of cardamom oil, cineole, is a potent antiseptic that eliminates the odour-causing bacteria
* Chewing cardamom cleanses the salival flow, while the fibrous the outer coating of the pod can provide a mechanical cleaning of your teeth
* Prevents cavity development

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Long Pepper

Long pepper, treasured for its Ayurvedic rejuvenating, pungent, and warming qualities, is a rich source of nutrients & antioxidants. Indian long pepper contains piperine which is a highly beneficial absorbent.

* Its anti-microbial properties helps fight off bacterial infections in the mouth * Relives chronic tooth ach

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Hair Care

Bhringaraj

Bhringraj or Mahabhringra is considered an Ayurvedic wonder herb. Bhringraj oil is dense with a higher specific gravity that nourishes scalp and hair back to health.

* Treats dandruff, dry scalp and helps in hair growth
* Treats baldness
* Prevents premature greying and makes hair lustrous

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Triphala

Triphala, a powerful poly-herbal remedy that consists of Haritaki, Bibhitaki, and Amla, is highly revered in Ayurvedic texts.

* The active compounds in triphalachurna repairs damaged hair and increase hair volume.
* The active ingredients like Haritaki has antibacterial and antifungal power which infections and fungal activity at bay
* Triphala powder help reduce dandruff

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Spikenard

It is a flowering plant of the valerian family that grows in the high altitudes of the Himalayas; the ancients used it as a fragrant ointment.

* It relieves itchy scalp caused by dandruff
* Slows down the process of greying of hair, retaining its natural colour
* Combats inflammation

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White Turmeric

White Turmeric or Poolankilangu/Kachur or Zedoary is a close relative of yellow Turmeric. It is an aromatic spice with wonderful medicinal uses and distinct fragrance.

* Turmeric is a natural ingredient that invigorates the scalp while remaining gentle on the skin
* It revitalizes the scalp and makes way for healthy hair to grow

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Vetiver

Vetiver or Khus is known as the root of tranquillity with its ability to calm, cool, and soothe the body & mind. It is a perennial bunchgrass, native to India

* Vetiver root is a reviving agent for aging hair, replenishing collagen formation and bringing damaged hair back to life
* It is a skin elixir (including scalp skin) that can stave off wrinkles, age spots, dryness, and dullness
* It cools the scalp and combats hair loss

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Small Onion

Onions are members of the Allium genus of flowering plants likes garlic. The medicinal properties of onions were recognized since ancient times, when they were used to treat common ailments.

* Onion juice helps improve hair growth by boosting the level of the antioxidant enzyme catalase. This enzyme helps decompose hydrogen peroxide, optimizing the hair growth cycle
* It helps improve blood circulation and can nourish your hair follicles as it contains sulfur
* It helps reverse and delay premature greying
* Onion’s antibacterial properties help keep your scalp healthy and problem-free

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Fenugreek Seeds

Fenugreek is a herb used for a variety of culinary and medicinal purposes to improve overall wellness.

* Fenugreek seeds also have high protein and nicotinic acid content, which are known to treat an array of scalp issues
* May promote hair growth and follicle health
* Fenugreek seeds are rich in folic acid, Vitamin A, Vitamin K, and Vitamin C, making them a storehouse of hair-strengthening minerals

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Hibiscus Flower and Leaves

Hibiscus, known for its large, colourful flowers, is a popular herb that promotes hair growth.

* It Combats hair loss. There's a good reason you should use hibiscus flowers if you are suffering from hair fall. The flowers improve the blood circulation under the scalp to stimulate healthy hair growth
* It stimulates hair growth even from dormant hair follicles of bald patches.
* The flower is an efficient remedy to treat hair fall, encourage regrowth, and prevent premature graying as they're rich in vitamin C and amino acids
* It is rich in amino acids that nourish your hair, strengthen your roots, and keep your locks lustrous and healthy

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Henna

Henna (Mehndi) is a dye prepared from the henna tree leaves, that leaves a natural tint. Henna tattoos are practised as art for over 5000 years in Pakistan, India, Africa and the Middle East.

* Henna helps in speeding up your hair growth and greatly improves the hair texture
* Henna strengthens hair and reverses damage
* The nutrients in henna help repair hair damage while also nourishing your hair
* It helps to seal the hair cuticle, resulting in more lustrous hair locks
* Henna directly assists in improving follicle health and helps curb hair fall and thinning

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Aloe Vera

Aloe vera, the Ayurvedic Miracle Plant was considered as a Panacea and as “the plant of immortality.” Today, the Aloe vera plant has secured a place in dermatology with its skin benefits.

* Aloe vera contains proteolytic enzymes that repair skin cells of the scalp
* It also acts as a natural conditioner that leaves your hair smooth and shiny
* It promotes hair growth, prevents itching on the scalp and reduces dandruff
* It contains 75 active elements, including vitamins A, C, E, B12, and choline which helps in overall follicle health

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Coconut

Coconut oil is one of nature’s superfoods with its medium-chain fatty acids (MCFA). It helps to grow hair longer and thicker, in a short time.

* Coconut oil promotes scalp health by fighting against lice, dandruff and other infections
* Coconut oil moisturizes dry hair and prevents hair breakage and split ends, contributing to an increase in hair length
* It can nourish the scalp and help to remove excess sebum

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Soap Pod

Acacia Concinna is full of vitamins and antioxidants that enhance hair growth and lustre. It has been used in Indian hair care as a traditional shampoo for ages.

* Induces Hair Growth
* Cleanses, soothes & nourishes the scalp
* Curbs hair loss and dandruff
* Adds Shine and prevents premature greys

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Curry Leaves

The curry leaf tree is a tropical to a sub-tropical tree, native to India. Its leaves are a rich source of antioxidants. Ayurvedic and Siddha medicine believes it to possess anti-disease properties.

* Curry leaves are a rich source of beta-carotene and proteins, which can reduce hair loss increasing hair growth
* They also contain hair-strengthening amino acids and antioxidants
* They help remove dead hair follicles, which aggravates dandruff

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Albizia Amara ( botanical name ) / Oil Cake Tree

Arappu, the powdered leaf of the Krishna Siris tree acts as a natural conditioner that nourishes the hair shaft.

* It makes your hair black and shiny
* It acts as a natural conditioner that will have your hair soft and smooth
* Effectively promotes hair growth

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Avaram Poo

Avaram Poo or Cassia auriculata is a medicinal shrub with high antioxidants properties. It has many positive effects on the human body.

* Gently cleanses the hair
* Promotes hair growth
* Possesses antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
* Effectively treats scalp infections

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Body Care

Fuller's Earth

Fuller's Earth or Multani mitti improves skin texture, removes dirt from clogged pores, and is excellent for oily skin.

* Gently exfoliates the skin and removes dead cells
* Reduces acne, blackheads, and whiteheads
* Helps fade scars when used in combination with a light oil

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Turmeric Powder

Turmeric is loaded with the antioxidant bio-active Curcumin. It has skin benefits that can also slow down unwanted hair growth.

* It is used in ayurvedic medicine to treat skin problems
* It naturally brightens the skin
* It can reduce unwanted body hair

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Cold Pressed Sesame Oil

Cold-pressed sesame oil is a health-nourishing oil used in healing rituals like Abhyanga (Oil Massage). Its long list of benefits includes skin protection from UV ray damage.

* Penetrates the pores and nourishes the skin
* Reduces the appearance of early signs of ageing
* Its anti-bacterial & anti-inflammatory properties helps to keep the skin healthy

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Cold Pressed Coconut Oil

Pure cold-pressed Coconut Oil is a rich source of saturated fatty acids, that has Ayurvedic healing gunas and skin & hair coolant properties.

* A natural skin hydrant that improves moisture retention
* The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne
* As a natural coolant, it is beneficial for balancing pitta dosha in the Summer

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Licorice

Liquorice, loaded with skin-benefiting Glycyrrhizin acid and Glabridin, is highly revered in Ayurvedic formulations.

* Brightens the skin & reduces hyperpigmentation by blocking overactive melanin production
* Contains anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce swelling, itching or irritation
* Help fight free radicals and prevents signs of ageing

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Almonds

Almond or Badam contains ample amounts of vitamin E and antioxidants that help treat skin conditions in Ayurveda.

* Almond is a natural moisturizer which makes the skin smooth and soft
* Helps in reducing signs of ageing and provides a youthful glow to the skin
* It evens out the skin tone

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Red Sandalwood Powder

Red Sandalwood with its intense fragrance and long-revered healing benefits is a powerful antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory agent.

* It is a gentle exfoliator that clears up acne
* It is a natural moisturizer that de-tans the skin
* Controls excessive oil
* Combats premature ageing and hyperpigmentation

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Rose Petals

The hypnotic rose is a calming astringent that contains antioxidants and antibacterial compounds.

* Rosewater soaked cotton swabs helps to prevent dark circles
* A rich source of vitamin C, rose petals can act as an excellent help retain moisture & protect the skin
* Presence of phenyl ethanol, an antiseptic compound, makes rosewater an effective acne treatment

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Orange Peels

Orange, a great source of Vitamin C, can harmonise the problematic aggravation of Pitta and Kapha.

* Orange peels' high Vitamin C content provide a healthy natural glow to the skin
* The natural oils in orange help to moisturize the skin
* Antioxidants found in oranges can help fight free radicals and slow down the early signs of ageing
* It can prevent skin sagging and improve firmness

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Vetiver

Vetiver, a highly revered Ayurvedic medicine, has a relaxing aroma and nerve rejuvenating properties. It is also an antiseptic agent that curbs excess oil.

* Its anti-bacterial shield helps remove deep-seated dirt and pollutants
* It regulates sebum production that keeps the skin moisturized and glowing
* As a cicatrizant agent, it speeds up skin cell regeneration, diminishing scars
* A powerhouse of antioxidants, vetiver fights toxins and free radicals, preventing early signs of ageing

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Activated Charcoal

Activated charcoal, a now popular beauty ingredient, found its use in ancient India for removing deeply seated toxins and impurities.

* Activated charcoal cleanses the skin, unclogs pores, removes dead skin cells
* Its high-absorbent properties removes excess sebum & impurities that cause blackheads
* It naturally detoxifies your skin by unclogging the pores

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Lotus Flower

Lotus, praised in Ayurveda for its immense skin benefits in addressing rashes, inflammation of the skin and boils, is a natural coolant.

* Rich in antioxidants, the fragrant Lotus Flower acts as a skin conditioner
* It intensely hydrates and moisturizes the skin and helps in increasing skin elasticity
* It treats acne, enhances the complexion and helps in erasing fine lines, brown spots, and wrinkles
* It rejuvenates the skin and provides a healthy glow

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Bakula Flower

Bakula tree, also known as the Indian Medlar or Bulletwood tree, has a lot to offer with its therapeutic benefits. It strengthens the nervous and cardiac system.

* Bakula is effective in treating skin diseases like leucoderma
* It provides a natural glow to the skin

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Red Fuit Creeper

Agasa Garudan Kilangu is a divine root, traditionally used as an insect/snake repellant. It provides longevity and strength to the immune system and may also help to regulate body functions.

* It acts as a natural coolant that effectively balances the Pitta dosha
* Can help combat skin allergies and diseases

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Purple Nut Sedge / Nut Grass

Nutgrass (Korai Kizhangu in Tamil) is a natural immunomodulator that acts as an astringent, and anti-inflammatory agent. Ayurveda uses it in treating skin ailments like scabies and eczema.

* It helps eliminate body odour when used as a bath powder
* Its anti-bacterial & anti-inflammatory properties address multiple skin concerns
* It helps reduce the growth of unwanted body hair

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Health Supplements

Himalayan Rock

Himalayan Rock Salt is known for its pure taste and rich flavour infusing properties. Its pink colour is due to the presence of iron oxide. This iodine-rich salt is known to be the purest on earth.

* It helps improve digestion
* It flushes out the toxins
* It can even help regulate blood sugar

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Cumin Seeds

Cumin is a popular culinary spice, used in Indian weddings and rituals. The worlds of traditional medicine highly revered cumin.

* Promotes healthy digestion, metabolism & nutrient absorption, helping in weight management
* It increases levels of high-density lipoprotein (good cholesterol)
* Studies have shown that people using cumin oil had improvements in signs of insulin resistance, making cumin an excellent Ayurvedic herb for diabetes management

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Sombu

The aromatic fennel seeds are a post-meal delicacy in India. It contains pharmacological agents like Anethole that helps with digestion.

* Nutrient rich fennel seeds help treat indigestion, diarrhoea, colic, and respiratory ailments
* It prevents the formation of gas in the stomach and can also be used as a mouth freshener
* It also relieves gum disease & toothache

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Giloy

Giloy plant is an Ayurvedic herb that can spike up the diminished DOSHAS and calm down hyperactive DOSHAS, bringing the harmony of three DOSHA in the body and helps prevent diseases.

* The main effect of Guduchi or Tinospora Cordifolia is that it reduces AMA and AMA related diseases (Toxins formed in the body due to malabsorption and ill digestion)
* It is also considered a universal medicine due to its immunomodulatory, rejuvenating, and adaptogenic action.

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Haritaki

It is revered as 'the divine food', 'Agasthya Rasayanam' or the king of medicinal herbs.

* It is useful in treating chronic respiratory problems.
* It eases in breathing, reduces chest congestion, reduces attacks of asthma, and sharpens immune response
* It also acts as a respiratory tonic and provides strength to the lungs.

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Ajwain

Ajwain is an Indian spice and an Ayurvedic aid. It is known as a potent AMANASHAK, which means it reduces toxin formation in the digestive canal eliminating indigestion and malabsorption.

* Ajwain consists of active compounds, thymol, and carvacrol, that have potent antibacterial and antifungal properties
* It may lower blood pressure, cholesterol and triglyceride levels and prevent heart disease
* It is a natural remedy for the common cold and indigestion, it may help fight peptic ulcer
* It is an effective nerve stimulant that can draw out deep-seated toxins from the body

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Peppercorns

It is called the King of Spices. It has been a popular staple ingredient around the globe. Ground, dried, and cooked peppercorns were used both for flavour and as traditional medicine.

* It is anti-inflammatory and high in antioxidants, offering protection against free radicals
* It may improve blood sugar control, lower cholesterol levels and benefit brain development
* May have cancer-fighting properties

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Amalaki

Amalaki or the Indian gooseberry is a hair growth tonic and immune booster. In Sanskrit, it is known as “the life sustainer” as it is packed with nutrients and anti-oxidants.

* It is rich in antioxidants and can promote detoxification.
* Its cooling action is helpful to pacify excess Pitta in the gastrointestinal tract, cleansing the colon to promote healthy bowel movements
* It acts as a brain tonic that strengthens the nervous system and enhances the health of sensory organs and supports the liver and uterus

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Beleric

Beleric, Bibhitaki, or Vibheeta (destroyer of the fear of disease) is a laxative used in the Panchakarma purgation therapy.

* It can give relief from respiratory and gastrointestinal problems and keeps the liver healthy
* It possesses Immunomodulatory, Antioxidant & Antimicrobial activity
* Analgesic and Antipyretic properties

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Ferula Asafoetida

Asafoetida or Hing is an Indian spice used a flavouring ingredient and a traditional remedy to treat digestive ailments and illness.

* Help lower blood pressure and blood sugar levels
* Protect brain health
* Help ease asthma symptoms

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Yavakshara

Yava, 'The Nityasevaniya Thiravya' is recommended in Ayurveda for disease prevention and health management. It is known to promote the health of the excretory system.

* It helps in detoxification as a natural diuretic that helps treat urinary tract infection
* Rich in phytochemicals like phenolic acid, flavonoids, and folates, It exhibits cholesterol, blood pressure-lowering properties
* It is a good dietary option for Diabetics as it has a lower glycemic index and provides greater satiety

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Cardamom

Cardamom, also known as the 'Queen of Spices', is an ancient spice used for both its flavour and medicinal properties.

* Cardamom works as a natural tranquillizer that can prevent cell damage
* Due to its antioxidant and diuretic properties, it assists in lowering blood pressure & blood sugar levels
* It protects the liver by preventing liver enlargement and reducing the risk of fatty liver disease

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Turmeric

Turmeric is a rhizome loaded with the antioxidant bio-active, Curcumin. It has immense health benefits that spike the immune system.

* Turmeric can enhance the skin complexion and treat acne
* It balances Pitta because of its blood and liver cleansing properties
* Strengthens the immune system & help preserve brain function

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Holy Basil

Tulsi is a holy herb that is revered as “the botanical manifestation of Godliness” in Vedic cultures.

* Antimicrobial (including antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and more)
* Antioxidant & Anti-inflammatory
* Protects and strengthens the Liver, brain, and heart

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A2 Ghee

Obtained from Indian Native Mountain breed cows blessed with the "Surya Ketu Nadi", A2 Ghee is made by hand-churning curd using the traditional Bilona method. It is tridoshic in nature and highly nutritious. It has satvik qualities and can help alleviate imbalances in Vata and Pitta dosha.

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