The juice of Morinda citrifolia or noni is effectual in speeding up healing of wounds. … As mentioned above, noni helps in reducing the blood sugar levels in the body which can also be correlated to the accelerated wound healing process.
A tonifying and warming organic oil that nourishes the muscles and joints. It has a soothing and restorative effect and is therefore very beneficial for anyone effected by stress or following an active lifestyle.
Anise star (or star anise as it is otherwise known) has stimulating and energising properties having a particularly refreshing and stimulating action on the digestive and respiratory system when used in massage. It also has emotionally uplifting properties. Anise star essential oil has a strong, sweet, and powerful scent, which smells just like black licorice. Star anise contains anethole, the same ingredient which gives the unrelated anise its flavour.
Fenugreek is an annual plant in the family Fabaceae, with leaves consisting of three small obovate to oblong leaflets. It is cultivated worldwide as a semiarid crop. Its seeds and leaves are common ingredients in dishes from the Indian subcontinent, and has been used as a culinary ingredient since ancient times.
Amla oil is a natural oil used for hair health that contains extracts from the Indian gooseberry (Phyllanthus emblica). It is traditionally made by drying the fruit and immersing it in a base oil for a duration, after which the oil is filtered and purified.
A slightly peppery taste with a fragrance similar to orange and ginger. Use for baking bread, making sauces, stir into drinks, stews and curries. Coined as the most powerful spices of all, turmeric is considered a go-to fix for a variety of health problems.
Bacopa is a plant that has been used in traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine. Do not confuse bacopa with gotu kola – both plants are sometimes called Brahmi. Bacopa is commonly used for Alzheimer disease, memory and thinking skills (cognitive function), anxiety, and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), but there is limited scientific research to support these uses.