Ashwagandha is an herb used in Ayurvedic medicine for a number of health conditions. Known by the botanical name with ania somnifera, it is a popular medicinal plant in South East Asia and Southern Europe.
Many people use this herb for general vitality, although the effects are not similar to ginseng. Rather than providing restless energy as does ginseng, ashwagandha often causes relaxation.
Withania somnifera is widely considered as the Indian ginseng. In Ayurveda, it is classified as a rasayana (rejuvenation) and expected to promote physical and mental health, rejuvenate the body in debilitated conditions and increase longevity.
Ashwagandha is used to treat a number of disorders that affect human health including central nervous system (CNS) disorders, particularly in epilepsy, stress and neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson''s and Alzheimer''s disorders, tardive dyskinesia, cerebral ischemia, and even in the management of drug addiction.
The most useful usage is to reduce stress and perhaps aid in sleep. However, if you take a high dosage or a concentrated extract, you may not notice the relaxation effect as much.
Lemon Cold Pressed Oil is recovered from the peel of fresh lemon fruit. It is dark yellow in color. The oil is clarified by centrifugation, and then winterized to remove the naturally occurring waxes. This oil may be used for flavoring beverages and other lemon flavored products.. Additional Information:
Jatamansi or Balchara is a plant which is considered to possess Hypnosedatives properties according to Ayurveda. It has been extensively used in treating insomnia, hysteria and depression. Apart from these ailments or disorders, Jatamansi has been prescribed in ailments such as stomach ache, flatulence, liver problems, jaundice, kidney problems, headache, epilepsy, intestinal colic and in menopausal symptoms as well....
Promotes intellect: Jatamansi has been believed to be an intellect promoter, according to Ayurveda. The root formulation was given to those who suffered mental illnesses, depression and in cases of insanity as well. Studies on this effect have reported an increase in the memory and learning capability in mice.
Reduces convulsions: Convulsions are involuntary seizures which are characterized by spontaneous, and rapid contraction and relaxation of muscles of a person. These convulsions can be reduced by taking Jatamansi root preparation. Scientific studies have shown that convulsions can be controlled to a significant extent by Jatamansi root extracts.
Anti-depressant properties: Often, Jatamansi was prescribed in Ayurveda for depression. This claim of depression reducing property of Jatamansi was put to test. Tests results have shown that the levels of depression reduced significantly. Apart from the reduction of depression levels, the amount of serotonin secreted in the nervous system had also increased in the presence of Jatamansi.
Reduction in insomnia, aggressiveness and stubbornness: Reduction in insomnia, aggressiveness and stubbornness in children was reported after administering a particular bio-chemical named jatamansone. Sleeplessness, aggressive behaviour, restlessness, etc. were studied on hyperactive children and results were encouraging.
Can reduce Parkinson’s: Parkinson’s disease has been associated with high oxidative stress developing in the body. The extracts of Jatamansi with anti-oxidant properties were administered to lab rats which showed an increase in the neuroprotective and anti-oxidant activity in their bodies suggesting reduction in Parkinson’s symptoms.
Miswaak is widespread, notably in thorn shrubs, desert floodplains, river and stream bank vegetation, and grassy savannahs.
1.Miswaak strengthens the gums and prevents tooth decay. 2. Miswaak assists in eliminating toothaches and prevents further increase of decay which has already set in. 3. Miswaak creates a fragrance in the mouth. 4. Miswaak is a cure for illness. 5. Miswaak eliminates bad odors and improves the sense of taste. 6. Miswaak sharpens the memory. 7. Miswaak is a cure for headaches. 8. Miswaak creates lustre (noor) on the face of the one who continually uses it. 9. Miswaak causes the teeth to glow. 10. Miswaak strengthens the eyesight. 11. Miswaak assists in digestion. 12. Miswaak clears the voice. 13. The greatest benefit of using miswaak is gaining the pleasure of Allah. 14. The reward of Salaah (Prayers) is multiplied 70 times if Miswaak was used before it....
The papaya is packed with vitamins and enzymes that soothe the body both internally and topically. Advanced biochemical technology is used to distill the desirable papain enzyme from the papaya fruit to create a powdered extract that can be used in a wide variety of applications, from beer clarifiers to skin care products and spot removers. Papaya extract is also used in the feed, leather and textile industries.
While the leaves of the tropical papaya fruit have been used for decades in meat tenderizing products, the extract of the papaya fruit is commonly used to help aid digestion, boost immune function and offer anti-aging benefits. Papayas contain the proteolytic enzyme papain, as do pineapples, kiwi fruit and figs. These enzymes assist in the digestion of proteins, such as meat, dairy products and nuts. Proteins take longer to digest than fruits and vegetables, leading devotees of natural health supplements to chew papaya tablets before eating protein, or any large meal, for that matter. Papaya is a popular palate cleanser during multi-course, gourmet meals, to aid fine diners in digesting the many combinations of vegetables, starches, proteins and dairy products. Fresh papaya and papaya extract offer relief for digestive maladies like heartburn, indigestion or inflammatory bowel syndrome, as the enzyme papain has the ability to break down proteins. Additional Information:
Almond Body Massage Oil offered is a extra rich herbal body massage oil that is processed using cold pressed technique and helps in providing massages that help in muscle relaxation as well as providing tension relief.
With the oil coming with mild, pleasant scent, it is prime carrier oil for aromatic massage as its thin texture allows body to absorb more essential oil. Blending well with essential oils like lavender, chamomile, jasmine and rose, it also comes with anti-inflammatory properties that make it excellent for skin healing applications.
The oil helps in refreshing and hydrating the skin tissues without clogging pores and is best for providing relief from dry skin. The oil is also good for taking care of soreness, itching and inflammation especially when these conditions arise from skin conditions like dermatitis, proriasis and eczema.
The usage of Henna or Mehndi in Ayurveda and other traditional medicines has been of interest to the medical community. Some health benefits of this herb are listed below.
Anti microbial properties: Henna possesses anti-microbial properties. It has been found that henna extracts can control bacteria such as Bacillus cereus, B. anthracis, Escherichia coli, Proteus vulgaris, Staphylococcus aureus, Erwinia carotovora, Agrobacterium tumefaciens and Xanthomonas campestris. Studies have also revealed that henna or mehndi possesses anti-fungal and anti-viral properties.
Anti-inflammatory properties: Bio-chemical compounds isolated from henna leaves such as isoplumbagin and lawsaritol showed significant anti-inflammatory properties which were similar to phenylbutazone.
Anti-oxidant properties: Extracts of henna exhibited significant anti-oxidant properties. Anti-oxidants are those biochemicals which help in controlling the free radicals that are produced during metabolism. These free radicals can damage the tissue, the cellular structure and also the DNA. This activity can be countered by supplying antioxidants. Significant amount of antioxidant activity was observed in henna extracts.
Helps control diabetes: The extracts of henna have displayed hypoglycaemic and hypolipidemic activities. The blood glucose levels in tests are observed to have decreased to a substantial level.
Controls tuberculosis: Tuberculosis bacteria Tubercle bacilli and Mycobacterium tuberculosis was controlled with henna extracts.
Protects liver: Extracts of henna displayed hepatoprotective properties too. Rats were given carbon tetrachloride which can damage liver. After that, they were given henna extracts which protected liver from the damage being caused by carbon tetrachloride.
Skin diseases: Henna leaves are effective for treating skin problems such as burns and boils. A rough paste of the leaves can be applied on the burns or boils.
Baldness: Mehndi leaves boiled in mustard oil can be used to initiate hair growth. The leaves are added gradually to the boiling oil, and then this oil can be applied directly to the scalp...
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Usage: Fighting cellulite, boosting your lymphatic system
Fruit extract oil is useful for more than just fighting cellulite and boosting your lymphatic system - it positively affects your mood and revives the mind while stimulating the digestive system and clearing up congested oily skin and acne. Fruit oil is extracted from the fresh peel by cold compression and yields 0.5 - 1 %. Additional Information:
This luxurious body butter is packed with the natural antioxidants and minerals found in green tea, and is specifically formulated to soothe and moisturize dry, dehydrated, and aged skin. Massage some into the especially dry spots of your skin to leave them feeling silky smooth.
Helps your skin retain moisture and oil, especially during the winter months when skin tends to dehydrate faster
Contains antioxidants and other age-fighting nutrients for more youthful-looking skin
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Shikakai as a natural herb is also used as a medicine to make use of its hair strengthening and conditioning properties. In order to get the most out of shikakai, it can be mixed with amla, reetha and henna and then applied to your hair. This mixture is also free from chemicals and is a very efficient natural way of hair conditioning, cleaning, hair growth and dandruff prevention. This natural herb is also used by manufacturers in anti-dandruff preparations. The extracts from the ground pods of shikakai can also prove out to be useful in treating various skin related issues. Shikakai is one of the main ingredients of IHT 9. IHT 9 is herbal hair shampoo that curbs hair loss and promotes hair growth. This shampoo actually contains the chemical free mixture of shikakai, amla, reetha and henna that gives it a great cleansing and conditioning property. Shikakai is completely a natural product, which does not adversely impact the environment in any form. It is a renewable primary product that is chemical free and provides efficiency to any product it is used with, for cleaning purposes. The Shikakai tree also converts carbon-dioxide into oxygen and in no ways leads to pollution of the environment. Shikakai is a great cleanser for our hair. A wash with water in which the nuts and pods of shikakai has been soaked will help remove dirt and extra oil from your hair, providing immunity from any kind of fungal infection and lice problems, thereby giving your hair maximum body.... Additional Information: