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Bala Thailam – Ayurvedic Herbal Oil for Vata Disorders

Bala Thailam – Ayurvedic Herbal Oil for Vata Disorders Abstract Ayurvedic oil formulations are very effective in the diseases related to Vata dosha. Nowadays, improper lifestyle and diet have increased the rate of diseases. Various Vataj disorders like arthritis and neurological disorders have a high morbidity rate and in modern medicine, they are rarely cured completely. In Ayurveda, there are many different herbal formulations that are very effective in these disorders. Here in this article, we are going to discuss

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Surya Namaskar : Salutations to the Sun

Surya Namaskar : Salutations to the Sun Surya Namaskar is a sequence of yoga poses carefully placed one after the other done in a series and affecting the whole body. It has been extremely popular amongst yoga practitioners of all ages and cultural backgrounds. Recently, it was trending as it was being circulated as having been performed at the opening event of 2021 Tokyo Olympics, while the viral video was actually from a 2015 Mongolian event of Indian PM Visit.

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Bibhitaki / Terminalia bellirica

Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica) – The Fearless Warrior (Ref: Bhavaprakasa Nighantu) About Bibhitaki Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica) as the name suggests, makes the persons fearless of all diseases and it keeps us away from diseases. Vibheetaki is the common synonym used for bibhitaki meaning lack of fear. Bibhitaki is one among the constituents of ‘triphala’. It is a laxative and in Ayurveda, it is used for purgation therapy. Terminalia bellirica is a large deciduous tree and is spread over the lower hills

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Goat’s Rue / Galega officinalis

Goat’s Rue (Galega officinalis) – Uses, Health Benefits and Therapeutic Effects About Goat’s Rue Goat’s rue (Galega officinalis) is an herbaceous plant native to the Middle East. But now has been naturalized to Western Asia and Europe. In ancient folks, goat’s rue has been narrated as a plant with high medicinal value and widely used a diuretic. It is widely cultivated as a green manure, a bee plant, a forage crop and an ornamental. It is widely cultivated as a

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Sudarshana / Crinum latifolium

Sudarshana (Crinum latifolium) – Uses & Health Benefits Introduction about Crinum Crinum is a genus of about 180 species comprising family of various beautiful perennial plants. They are good for decoration, gardens, bouquets and also known as various types of Lilies like Spider lily, Trumpet lily, and Swamp lily and so on. Crinum is basically a tropical plant growing in Asia, South East Asia, Australia, Pacific islands and spread up to Caribbean, Florida and Louisiana. In Ayurveda, Crinum latifolium is

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Ajwain Junglee / Seseli indicum

Ajwain Junglee (Seseli indicum) – Uses & Health Benefits (Ref: Bhavaprakasa Nighantu)Introduction Ajwain Junglee is an herbaceous perennial plant sometimes woody at base with a conic type of taproots. Leaves are dark green in colour, leaf blades 1-3 pinnate covered with small and soft hair. Umbels of this plant are compounded, with absent or very less bracts. Flower are white or pinkish in colour and fruit of this plant is ovoid or ellipsoid in shape. Occurrence Seseli indicum is an

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Ashoka / Saraca Asoca

Ashoka (Saracaasoca) – Properties, Benefits, Parts used & Dosage What is Ashoka? Ashoka tree is one among the sacred legendary trees of India.Ashoka – means reliever of grief.The Latin name of Ashoka is Saracaasoca and it belongs to the family Leguminosae. It is commonly called a tree which is important to decrease your sorrows. This tree has got great religious significance and is also worshipped by some people in parts of India. It is known as ‘’friend of women’’ as

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Haritaki / Harad / Terminalia chebula

Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) – The Queen of All Herbs (Ref: Bhavaprakasa Nighantu) About Haritaki Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) is one among the wonder herbs in the nature and a divine code of life. The Sanskrit name ‘Haritaki’ denotes the divinity of the herb. Haritaki means which originated from the abode of Lord Shiva (Hari) or which is green (harita) or which cures all the diseases (harate). Classification Kingdom – Plantae Order – Myrtales Family – Combretaceae Genus – Terminalia Species –

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Cumin / Cuminum Cyminum

Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) – Uses & Health Benefits (Ref: Bhavaprakasa Nighantu)Plant Description Ideally cumin is annual plant that belongs to carrot or parsley family i.e. – Apiaceae family. Plant mostly grows up 10-30cm tall with a smooth stem. Stalks of the plant are very weak and thin but in strong plant stalks grow horizontal on the ground. Green leaves of the plant are about 7cm long and tiny flowers are white or light pink in colour. Hermaphrodite flowers contains both

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Henbane / Hyoscyamus Niger

Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) – Uses & Health Benefits (Ref: Bhavaprakasa Nighantu)Plant Description Henbane is either annual or biennial plant that belongs to nightshade family that is called Solanaceae. Plant grow up to the height of 25-100cm long. Hairy leaves of this plant are oval or elliptical in shape and dark green in colour. Ideally flowering season of annual plant is July to September whereas biennial plants bloom in the month of May and June. One side tassels and yellow flowers

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