Ayurvedic Prepared Medicine


Ingredients: (Each 500g Contains)
Sariba (Hemidemus Indicus)
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14g
Aswaganda (Withania Somnifera)
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14g
Mustha (Cyperusotundus)
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14g
Thilam (Seasamum Indicum)
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14g
Masham (Teraminusl Labialla)
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14g
Vidhari (Ipomoea Paniculata)
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14g
Amalaki (Emblica Offcianalis)
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4 g
Kapikachu (Mucuna Pruriens)
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4 g
Thavaksheeri (Curuma Angustifolla)
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4 g
Sunti (Zingiber Officinalis)
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4 g
Maricham (Piper Nigrum)
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4 g
Pippali (Piper Longum)
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4 g
Elam (Eletteria Cardamomum)
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4 g
Twacha (Cinnamomum Zeylanieum)
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4 g
Thajapathra (Cinnamomum Tamala)
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4 g
Kokilaksham (Asteracantha Longifolia)
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4 g
Draksha (Vitis Vinfera)
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0.28 g
Sathavari (Asperagus Racemosus)
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8 g
Sariba (Hemidemus Indicus)
Indian Sarsaparilla (Naruneendi) or Hemidesmus indicus is a species of plant that is found in South Asia. It is a slender, laticiferous, twining, sometimes prostrate or semi-erect shrub. It is used to make beverages and also used in traditional medicine. The plant enjoys a status as tonic, alterative, demulcent, diaphoretic, diuretic and blood purifier. It is employed in nutritional disorders, syphilis, chronic rheumatism, gravel and other urinary diseases and skin affections. It is administered in the form of powder, infusion or decoction as syrup. It is also a component of several medicinal preparations. It is one of the Rasayana plants of Ayurveda, as it is anabolic in its effect. It stimulates the flow of bile and removes toxins from the body. It is a good diuretic and increases flow of urine three to four times.
Ashwagandha (Withania Somnifera)
Ashwagandha (Amukkuram) or Withania Somnifera is a plant in the Solanaceae or nightshade family. Ashwaganda has been traditionally used to treat various symptoms and conditions, although there are few scientific studies of the health benefits of the compound. In Ayurveda, the berries and leaves are locally applied to tumours and tubercular glands, carbuncles and ulcers. It is a natural product for enhancing sexual desire.
Mustha (Cyperus rotundus)
Mustha (Muthanga) or Cyperus rotundus is a species of sedge (Cyperaceae) native to Africa, southern and central Europe (north to France and Austria), and southern Asia. Modern alternative medicine recommends using the plant to treat nausea, fever and inflammation; for pain reduction; for muscle relaxation and many other disorders. Despite the bitter taste of the tubers, they are edible and have a nutritional value. It is a best medicine for improving breast-milk.
Thilam (Seasamum Indicum)
Sesame (Thilam) or Sesamum indicum is a flowering plant in the genus Sesamum. Numerous wild relatives occur in Africa and a smaller number in India. It is widely naturalized in tropical regions around the world and is cultivated for its edible seeds, which grow in pods. In Ayurveda, it’s used as a remedy for improving breast-milk, the complexion and digestion.
Masham (Teraminusl Labialla)
Masham or Teraminusl Labialla has the power of enhancing the sexual desire in human body. In Ayurveda it is used as a medicine for liver related disorders and helps to release the pressure of veins.
Vidhari (Ipomoea Paniculata)
Vidhari (Palmudukan kizhangu) or Ipomoea Paniculata is an indigenous plant to India used to boost urination, rejuvenate the system, stimulate the digestive system, induce menstruation and lactation, bile movement, boost sexual desire, and increase metabolic rates. The list of conditions treated by the medicinal value of this herb includes tuberculosis, weak digestion, menstrual irregularities, low weight, spleen and liver inflammations, lack of breast milk, and debility.
Amalaki (Emblica Offcianalis)
Amalaki (Indian gooseberry) or Emblica Offcianalis has been used as valuable ingredient of various medicines in India and abroad. The extract of Amalaki also has antimicrobial properties Amalaki is used for all Pitta diseases, all obstinate urinary conditions, anemia, biliousness, bleeding, colitis, constipation, convalescence from fever, cough, diabetes, gastritis, gout, hepatitis, hemorrhoids, liver weakness, to relieve stress, osteoporosis, palpitation, spleen weakness, tissue deficiency, vertigo rebuilds blood, bones, cells, and tissues. It increases red blood cell count and regulates blood sugar; heart tonic, cleanses mouth, stops gum bleeding, stops stomach and colon inflammation; cleanses intestines, strengthens teeth, aids eyesight, worms, acidity, eye and lung inflammations, ulcerations, G.I. disorders, painful urination, and internal bleeding.
Kapikachu (Mucuna Pruriens)
Kapikachu (Naikuranam) Mucuna pruriens is a tropical legume known as velvet bean or cowitch and by other common names found in Africa, India and the Caribbean. The plant is infamous for its extreme itchiness produced on contact, particularly with the young foliage and the seed pods. It has value in agricultural and horticultural use and has a range of medicinal properties. The plant and its extracts have been long used in tribal communities as a toxin antagonist for various snakebites. Dried leaves of M. pruriens are sometimes smoked. The herb contains L-DOPA, a precursor to the neurotransmitter dopamine. The L-DOPA content increases when extracts are prepared. L-DOPA converts into dopamine, an important brain chemical involved in mood, sexuality, and movement.
Thavaksheeri (Curuma Angustifolla)
Thavaksheeri (East Indian Arrowroot) or Curuma Angustifolla is an attractive ginger with stout underground rhizomes which lie dormant in winters. Recognized as a medical herb, it’s nutritive, and is used as an agreeable, non-irritating diet in certain chronic diseases, during convalescence from fevers, in irritations of the alimentary canal, pulmonary organs, or of the urinary apparatus, and is well suited for infants to supply the place of breast-milk, or for a short time after having weaned them. It may be given in the form of jelly, variously seasoned with sugar, lemon-juice, fruit jellies, essences, or aromatics. Its jelly has no peculiar taste, and is less liable to become acid in the stomach, and is generally preferred by young infants to all others, except tapioca.
Sunti (Zingiber Officinale)
Sunthi (Dry ginger) or Zingiber Officinale is used as spice used for various purpose in ayurveda and food making. Fresh juice of ginger mixed with honey indicated generally in productive cough. It’s an appetizer, expectorant, stimulant, aromatic, digestive, carminative, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, blood thinner, lower cholesterol, sedative, antipyretic, antibacterial, effect on peistalsis movements, tonic.
Maricham (Piper Nigrum)
Maricham(Black Pepper) or Piper Nigrum is commonly used in the early stage of all fevers and also as a preventive of further troubles in cold, catarrh and influenza. Marich is a very good digestive and carminative. So it recommended in diarrhea, dyspepsia and flatulence. It acts as stimulant to heart and increases expectoration. It acts as good anthelmintic if it is given along with other drugs.
Pippali (Piper Longum)
Pippali (Thippali) or Piper Longum is one of the herbs mentioned in all ancient scriptures of Ayurveda. Pippali is on of the ingredients of trikatu – three pungents viz. sunthi, marica and pippali, which is the most commonly, used combination for the remedy of kapha dosha. Pippali is a specially recommended rasayana for respiratory system (Pranavaha srotasa) and is the best rasayana rejuvenative to kapha dosha. It is the best drug recommended in the disorders of the spleen. It is a powerful stimulant for the digestive and respiratory systems. It is strongly heating and removes cold, congestion and ama – the undigested toxic elements and revives the weakened organic functions. It is also a rejuvenative to lungs and kapha dosha. Pippali effectively reconciles the digestive functions and is used with benefit in anorexia, indigestion, flatulence, abdominal pain, hyperacidity, piles etc. It strengthens the immune system of the body.
Elam (Eletteria Cardamomum)
Elam (Cardamom) or Eletteria Cardamomum is a tall perennial herb grows up to 3 meters in height. Leaves sub sessile, elliptic-lanceolate, the leaf sheaths wrap one over another forms a pseudo stem. Flowers seen in long drooping panicles arises from the base of vegetative shoots, fruits there chambered, sub globose capsules, containing 15-20 brownish black aromatic seeds. It is a commonly used medicine for vata, pitta, urinary retention, cough, bronchitis, cardiac disorders, anorexia, dyspepsia, burning sensation, renal and vesical calculi and general debility.
Twacha (Cinnamomum Zeylanieum)
Twacha or Cinnamomum Zeylanieum is a strongly aromatic, sweet, warm, but slightly bitter and mucilagi­nous. Compared to Ceylon cinnamon, cassia tastes slightly bitter and astringent, and it lacks the liveliness of cinnamon. It possesses anti-spasmodic, antifungal, antibacterial and carminative agents. It is useful in treating gastritis, chronic fatigue, poor circulation, rheumatism and diarrhea. It works as a cooling agent in human body and a perfect remedy for vein related problems.
Thajapathra (Cinnamomum Tamala)
Thajapathra (Indian bay leaf) or Cinnamomum Tamala is a common name in the long history of Indian species. In ancient Greece and Rome, the leaves were used to prepare a fragrant oil, called Oleum Malabathri, and were therefore valuable. Cinnamon was first used by Indies and Arabians as a spice, tea, and then prescribed as a cure for respiratory disorders including flu, sinus, asthma and chronic inflammation of the mucous membrane. It possesses anti-spasmodic, antifungal, antibacterial and carminative agents. It is useful in treating gastritis, chronic fatigue, poor circulation, rheumatism, diarrhea, menstrual problems, and leucorrhea. Cinnamon contains an essential oil extracted from the leaves or bark which consists of eugenol. It also contains moisture, protein, fat, fiber, carbohydrates and ash, calcium, phosphorous, iron, sodium, potassium, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin C and A.
Kokilaksham (Asteracantha Longifolia)
Kokilaksham (Vayalchulli) or Asteracantha Longifolia is an annual herb or under shrub, it grows to a height of about 60 cms. Generally the plant is found on wet places. The stem is square and thickened at nodes and hairy. The bark is dark brown. In Ayurveda the leaves, seeds and the roots are used for treatment of rheumatism, urinary tract infection, inflammation, jaundice, hepatic obstruction, pain, etc. powdered seeds taken with milk is said to increase libido (increase in sexual desire).
Draksha (Vitis Vinfera)
Draksha (Dried grape) or Vitis Vinfera has long, woody stems rooted to ground and stems are covered with flaky bark. Use of grapes boosts memory power and acts as a brain tonic. Draksha or grapes help to strengthen lungs. Grapes act as diuretics and increase frequency and volume of urine. Grapes help to increase fertility of Men and women. It increases quality and quantity of semen, sperm count and sperm motility. It also helps to strengthen the female reproductive system. These berries are known as ‘Vrishya’, which means they help in erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. Grapes facilitate a good supply of nutrients for recuperating patients.
Sathavari (Asperagus Racemosus)
Sathavari or Asperagus Racemosus is a species of asparagus common throughout Sri Lanka, India and the Himalayas. Due to destructive harvesting, combined with habitat destruction, and deforestation, the plant is now considered 'endangered' in its natural habitat. Satavari is recommended in Ayurvedic texts for the prevention and treatment of gastric ulcers, dyspepsia and as a galactogogue. In Ayurveda, Asparagus racemosus has been described as a rasayana herb and has been used extensively as an adaptogen to increase the non-specific resistance of organisms against a variety of stresses. Besides use in the treatment of diarrhoea and dysentery, the plant also has antioxidant, immuno stimulant, anti-dyspepsia and antitussive effects. The roots are used in Ayurvedic medicine, following a regimen of processing and drying. It is generally used as a uterine tonic, as a galactogogue (to improve breast milk), in hyperacidity, and as a general health tonic.