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  • 26.02.17

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    Posted in Classical Herbs By Indiameds

    The benefits of Licorice has been known to Indians since thousand years. The Sanskrit term for Licorice is Yashtimadhu.It is a common Ayurvedic herb. This herb is been chewed in many so such household where someone has voice problems. 

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  • 25.02.17

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    Turmeric is a member of the ginger family. It is widely used in India as a perennial plant which is cultivated throughout areas like tropical Asia, China, and India. The height of the plant is approximately 1.5 m long, it has oblong leaves and it looks like funnel-shaped, yellow flower.

    Turmeric also has a very thick rhizome, which is also yellowish (in color) on the outside, whereas it is deep orange/reddish brown toward the inside. The rhizomes have more yellow color on them rather than the bulb.

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  • 23.02.17

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    The powder of Triphala is used for so many health conditions. It is one of the ayurvedic herbs which possesses multipurpose properties. The supplement once included in our diet improves the health conditions significantly.

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  • 22.02.17

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    Posted in Ayurveda Seeds By Indiameds

    Flaxseeds are an amazing source of an important element called, Omega 3 fatty acids. These fatty acids are extremely crucial for an individual's growth and well-being. It gives us dietary fiber's, nutrients and good fats. The composition is quite different than that of sunflower and canola seeds. This oil is obtained from the flax seed plant. It consists of 55 percent fatty acids and 40 percent of its measure is oil. It is unique in itself. It can be converted into oil, can be consumed raw or can also be powdered, etc. The whole world today knows the importance of including this food in our diet. Due to its popularity, it has been made available in various forms like capsules, seeds, powder, etc. The food is a good source of potassium and is usually consumed by people through salads or by mixing it in drinks. Once, the oil gets taken out, the left material is used to feed livestock. Chicken are made to eat it as it is healthier and nutrition oriented, this will indirectly be useful to the people.

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  • 21.02.17

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    Haritaki is a fruit which is grown on a Haritaki Tree(it is also called as Terminalia Chebula Tree). The characteristics are very unique and that's what makes it a universal remedy for the diseases, according to the Ayurveda. As the name suggests, it is one of the primary components of the medicine called Triphala Powder. The trees are usually found/located in the deciduous (dense) forests of India, in the northern hemisphere.

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  • 20.02.17

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    Neem is extremely popular, and this popularity has been its part from a date which commenced 5000 years ago.The other name is Azadirachta Indica, which is its English term and ‘Neemba’ another Sanskrit term. The tree is an example of nature's way of working. That the problem and solution lie in the same environment. It has more than one hundred and thirty bio-active compounds in it. Hence, it covers properties of being an antibacterial and antiviral medicine. It's also a strong immunostimulant. The neem is a large and an evergreen tree which grows up to 20 meters in length, along with its branches spread wide enough. The leaves are grown alternatively where the leaflets contain around 8 to 19 leaves altogether. (One)

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  • 17.02.17

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    Posted in Respiratory Problems By Indiameds

    Bitter Gourd

    Bitter melon or one may call it Bitter gourd are usually harvested in the tropical areas of the world. Some examples are Carribean Island, East Africa, Parts of south America, Amazon basin, etc. Hence, bitter gourd is an important part of the people's diet in those places, they consider it a nourishing as well as a medicinal food. The melon grows its fruit on a vine (cucurbit). Only when the color turns pale green, must we cut the fruit from the vine. A mature gourd is bitter in taste and with time it gets even more bitter.

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  • 16.02.17

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    Posted in Cough and Cold. By Indiameds

    Sitopaladi Churna is one of the most classical medicine in Ayurveda, as it treats various problems which are related to our respiratory functions, immune system, and digestive system. It has its main function to restore the normal functioning of our vital organs in the body. And its best effect is visible toward the respiratory function. Therefore, it manages Cough, Fever, and Chronic problems.

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  • 14.02.17

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    Posted in Sexual dysfunction By Indiameds

    Safed Musli (also called as Chlorophytum Borivilianum in English), has another name which is White Musli. It is a very potent aphrodisiac and is a strong adaptogenic, used by Ayurveda for herbal science. It is an effective herb to improve male performance and productivity, which induces spermatogenesis to provide strength toward the required muscles.

    There is a concept called BRIHANA (a Nourishing Therapy) treatment. It includes herbs, and increases the body endurance, improves strength, enhances physical performance. This kind of treatment is used highly for the purpose of treating common diseases like osteoarthritis, reduced vitality, male weakness and diabetes (for weak and thin people), muscular weakness, cancer, fatigue, bodybuilding, oligospermia etc. 

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  • 14.02.17

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    The Himalaya Mountains, which were the result of continental collisions was formed 50 million years ago. It consisted of tropical forests which were crushed and the compacted in between huge boulders. The forests transformed themselves into mineral and nutrient rich biomass which were loaded with innumerable benefits. Every summer the cultivation of these rich plantations is harvested and supplied all over the world.

    This is known as Shilajit, which is a nutrient efficient biomass and it has been considered as the main carrier of nutrition and energy inside our body. Research has said that identifying these fulvic as well as humic acids which are present in abundance in the shilajit is the main element responsible for energy production for a normal cell.

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