Reetha is commonly known as Indian soapberry or soap nut. The Reetha liquid extract makes hair shinier and softer. It is anti-bacterial and anti-fungal and keeps the scalp free from dandruff and prevents hair loss.
It has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiviral abilities. It is used for strengthening the immune system, promoting oral health, and treating fatigue, gastric distress, pneumonia, cancer, and AIDS. Triphala is available in supplement form (as a pill) and as a liquid extract.
Commonly known as Amritha or Guduchi, widely distributed throughout tropical and sub tropical India. Stem terete often producing foliform aerial roots. Tastes intensively bitter and odorless. All parts of the plant are useful. The aerial parts are used to extract the active principles.
Babool is a highly prized Ayurvedic plant well-known for its indispensable medicinal properties. Acacia arabica or commonly called as Babool, it is found in Liquid and sandy parts of India. It is majorly used as the datum for cleaning the teeth and regular use of this facilitates in strengthening gums, teeth and reduce plaque and inflammation.
Shilajit contains fulvic acid and more than 84 minerals, so it offers numerous health benefits. It can function as an antioxidant to improve your body’s immunity. It can function as an antioxidant to improve your body’s memory, an anti-inflammatory, an energy booster.
Tephrosia purpurea is a species of flowering plant in the family of fabaceae . This plant has full of medicinal properties. This plant was used as a traditional medicine for curing many diseases like leprosy, ulcers, asthma, vumors, liver, spleen, heart and blood related diseases.
Tulsi’s broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity, which includes activity against a range of human and animal pathogens, suggests it can be used as a hand sanitizer, mouthwash and water purifier as well as in animal rearing, wound healing, the preservation of food stuffs and herbal raw materials and traveler’s health. Cultivation of tulsi plants has both spiritual and practical significance that connects the grower to the creative powers of nature, and organic cultivation offers solutions for food security, rural poverty, hunger, environmental degradation and climate change.