Vacha (Acorus Calamus) is major herb of Ayurveda that is used to clear speech. In Ayurveda this herb has been used from years for its various medicinal values. In ayurvedic text this herb is used for clearing nasal congestion, improving memory, clearing speech and it is good anti-inflammatory and sedative in nature.
Asafoetida is miraculous herb of Ayurveda that is used to treat various health issues from many years ago. It is also considered as main spice used in Indian kitchens. Roots of this herb is cut into small pieces and juice comes from these cuts solidified to make gum resins.
Chandrashoor is very effective herb of Ayurveda that belongs to mustard family. Seeds and leaves are used to prepare various Ayurveda medications. This beneficial herb is used to pacify vata and kapha dosha. According to Ayurveda text this herb is used to prepare chaturbeeja that possesses anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties.
Nila Chitrak (Plumbago Auriculata) is basically a scrambling shrub that grows up to 5-10ft in height. Shrub is dark green in colour, after maturity, it changes its colour to light brown. Leaves are thin in texture and green in colour and also contains minute and tiny gland dots.
Caraway is very effective and essential herb used to treat ailments associated with digestive system and uterine system according to Bhavprakash nighantu. Effective seeds are anti-spasmodic and anti-microbial in nature.
Learn about uses, health benefits and medicinal properties of Dill (Anethumn Sowa). Dill is very effective and essential herb that is used in Ayurveda from thousand years for its miraculous medicinal benefits.
Malaria is a mosquito-borne blood disease which can potentially be life-threatening. The serious infectious disease is caused by a group of single-celled microorganisms called parasitic protozoans, which belong to the 'Plasmodium' type.
This small book is an introduction to Ayurveda, written by Dr. Vikram Chauhan - MD (Ayurveda) This is useful for students, general public and people interested in natural remedies, yoga and herbs. Read More...