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Acorous Calamus Roots

Rhizome are stimulants, emetic, nauseant, stomachic, aromatic, expectorant, carminative, antispasmodic and nervine sedative

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Local Names: Vacha, Baje Gorbach, Sweet Flag.

Traditionally Acorus calamus is used for Appetite loss, Bitter Tonic, Bronchitis, Chest Pain, Colic, Cramps, Diarrhea, Digestive Disorders, Flatulence, Gas, Indigestion, Nervous Disorders, Rheumatism, Sedative, and Vascular Disorders. Acorus Calamus Root has a long history of usage in many countries: at least 2000 years in India. Many Native American tribes were familiar with calamus. It was used as an anesthetic for toothache and headaches. In India, Ayurvedic medicinal practice has used the magical root to cure fevers, for asthma and bronchitis, and as an all around sedative. The root was also used by the ancient Greeks and included in the traditional remedies of many other European cultures. It Finds application in New born Infants for its Digestive aid.

Acacia Concinna Pods

Externally detergent and astringent. Internally aperient, expectorant and emetic

Available in whole or powder form

Local Names: Shikakai, segakai.

Acacia concinna is a small shrub-like tree, which grows in the warm, dry plains of central India. For centuries the people who have had access to Acacia concinna tree have used its pod-like fruit to clean their hair. They collect, dry and grind this pods into a powder, which is considered a superior cleanser for "lustrous long hair" and has been reported as "promoting hair growth and preventing dandruff and Premature graying hair". Because of these benefits, this powder was named "Shikakai" which literally translates as "fruit for the hair”. Wherein Shika means Hair and Kai means fruit.

Adhatoda Vasica Leaves

Expectorant, diuretic, antispasmodic and alterative

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Local Names: Vasaka, Adulsa, Malabar Nut, Adusoge

Adhatoda vasica is traditionally used in many ways. Juice from the leaves and the decoction of the leaves and roots are helpful in asthma, bronchitis and chronic coughs and breathlessness.Adhatoda vasica is used for bleeding due to idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, local bleeding due to peptic ulcer, piles, and menorrhagia. Relief in pyorrhoea and for bleeding gums by locally application.Adhatoda vasica relieves or eases muscular spasms, cramps or convulsions. Adhatoda vasica stimulates contraction of the uterine muscle, facilitating or speeding up childbirth. Adhatoda vasica lowers blood pressure

Andrographic Paniculata Herb

Stomachic, tonic, antipyretic, alterative, anthelmintic, febrifuge and cholagogue

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Local Names: King of Bitters, Kalmegh, Nilavembu, Nelabevu

Andrographis paniculata, also known commonly as "King of Bitters," is a member of the plant family Acanthaceae, and has been used for centuries in Asia to treat GI tract and upper respiratory infections, fever, herpes, sore throat, and a variety of other chronic and infectious diseases. Andrographis paniculata is found in the Indian Pharmacopoeia and is the prominent in at least 26 Ayurvedic formulas; whereas in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Andrographis is an important "cold property" herb: it is used to rid the body of heat, as in fevers, and to dispel toxins from the body. In Scandinavian countries, it is commonly used to prevent and treat common colds. Research conducted in the '80's and '90's has confirmed that Andrographis, properly administered, has a surprisingly broad range of pharmacological effects, some of them extremely beneficial: One of the best known Herbs for Liver care.