Amazing Home Remedies of Clove (Laung)

Laung or clove is a wonderful spice and has continued to be an integral part of our kitchens since ages. The traditional use of clove buds in delicacies like pullavs (rice preparation), kadhi (regional preparation) etc. still prevails. This adds aroma to the dish and also certain medicinal properties. laung-clove

Wonderful Home Remedies Using Laung

Hiccups

Keep small quantity beneath the tongue. This arrests hiccups.

Throat infections  laung-throat-infection

Small tablets of powdered clove buds and honey can be prepared. Use these tablets like lozenge.

Vomiting

Its powder can be taken with honey, especially vomiting associated with pregnancy.

Gaseous distention laung-gaseous-distention

In case of bloating, mishri and laung powders can be mixed together and consumed.

Acidity laung-elaichi

Mishri, laung and elaichi can be taken together before food. This is effective in bringing down the acidity bouts.

Excessive thirst

Quarter to half teaspoon of its powder can be given to quench the thirst. Or overnight soaking of laung in water and consuming this medicated water the next day is also very beneficial.

Strength to the teeth laung-strong-teeth

A combination of powders of laung, neem patra, suhaga(phoola), fitkari(phoola), peepal etc. can be used for massaging the gums and cleaning the teeth. This can be used on a regular basis. It prevents and cures bad odor, toothache and anorexia.

Enjoy the benefits of laung with these simple remedies.

Effective Use of Nutmeg (Jaiphal) for Healthier Living

Jaiphal or Nutmeg is commonly used in our kitchens. This herb adds aroma to our delicacies and makes them flavorsome. This not just adds to the flavor and richness to our delicacies but also ensures proper digestion. Also, it is commonly used in the teas. Apart from its use as a spice, cosmetic and medicinal values are also attributed to it.

jaiphal-nutmeg

Uses of Jaiphal in Different Health Problems

Cold jaiphal-running-nose

It is effective in fever, running nose, cough and shivering due to cold. Less than a quarter teaspoon can be given with warm water and the person should be advised to stay covered and not get exposed to cold. An immediate relief can be achieved.

Intestinal worms

A pinch of its powder is mixed with water or honey and is given to eliminate intestinal worms.

Blemishes and pigmentation jaiphal-blemishes

Application of the paste of powdered jaiphal and water can be applied to the desired sites for effective results.

Joint pain jaiphal-joint-pain

Heating jaiphal with olive oil and application of this oil to the affected joints, reduces the pain. It is mostly beneficial in a rheumatic type of pain.

Bad odor

In case of foul smell from mouth, a combination of jaiphal, javitri, elaichi, mishri and saunf can be taken.

So now, not just add the aroma of Jaiphal but also its medicinal benefits to your diet.

BHRINGRAJ and Its Multiple Health Benefits

Bhringraj is a ladies-favorite herb for it promises beautiful hair locks. Although, this herb has multiple benefits but its efficacy to nourish hair has got it laurels.

Bhringraj

केश्यस्त्वच्य: कृमिश्वासकासशोथपाण्डुनुत्। दन्त्यो रसायनो बल्य:कुष्ठनेत्रशिरो अर्तिनुत्।

(भा.प्र.)

It is said to be beneficial for hair and skin, cures worms, respiratory disorders like breathlessness and cough, swelling and anemia, good for teeth and eyes, is a rejuvenative, imparts strength and is effective in skin problems and headache.

Health Benefits of Bhrangraj

Hair tonic

Bhrangraj HairIt can be used both internally and externally for nourishment of hair. Internally, it can be taken individually or in combination with amvala, kale till, nagarmotha. Externally, it can be used in a hair pack combined with amvala, shikakai, jatamansi, multani, danamethi, baheda, harad etc. or as hair oil.

Liver tonic

This herb is a wonderful tonic to liver. It strengthens the liver thereby improves body metabolism. It can be taken with herbs like giloy, kutki etc. for potential benefits.

Cough

It can be given with honey.

Skin problems

Bhringraj skincare-problemsIt is also helpful in treating skin issues. An application of bhringraj along with mehndi reduces burning sensation and heals the wound faster.

Scorpion bite

Even in poisonous conditions like this, local application of this powder is beneficial. Also, decoction prepared from this herb is advised for intake or washing the site of bite.

Therefore, multiple health benefits can be gained from bhrangraj along with gorgeous beautiful hair. We provide you this herb in a ready-to-use form at our outlet. Get your pack now!!!

Multiple Health Benefits of BAHEDA

Baheda, known as Vibhitaki in Sanskrit, is a very popular herb. It is one of the ingredients of famous classical combination Triphala.

Classically, this herb has been described in Ayurveda as:

विभीतकं स्वादुपाकं कषायं कफपित्तनुत्। उष्णवीर्यं हिमस्पर्शं भेदनं कासनाशनम्।।

रुक्षं नेत्रहितं केश्यं कृमिवैस्वर्यनाशनम्। (भा.प्र.)

Baheda is bitter to taste and pacifies pitta and kapha dosha

It is dry and ushna (warm in potency)

Helps in clearing bowel Baheda constipation

Triphala which has Baheda as an ingredient is an effective purgative. Apart from Triphala, many effective purgation-inducing combinations contain Baheda along with other herbs like isabgol, sanay, harad, amvala etc.

Effective in cough and hoarseness of voice  Baheda cough

It can be administered in small repetitive doses with plain or lukewarm water. In case of congestion, baheda along with saindha namak can be given. Baheda decoction can be prepared and can be used for gargling.

Benefits to Eyes and Hair Baheda eye

  1. For eyes: Externally as an eye wash, decoction of Triphala is used. An application of baheda paste can be applied around the eyes to draw the benefits.
  2. For hair: Externally, it can be used as a hair pack or hairwash along with ritha, amvala, shikakai, nagarmotha, jatamansi It imparts color and conditions the hair.

A regular intake of triphala churna along with unequal quantity of ghee and honey is beneficial both to the eyes and hair.

Anti-helminthic

It is advisable in intestinal worms and can be locally applied to an infective wound.

So make this wonderful herb a part of your simple home remedies and avail the benefits naturally.

Live Strong and Healthy with MUSALI

Musali is a famous aphrodisiac herb of the Indian medicinal system. It conquers weakness, low stamina, degeneration, emaciation etc. This herb is high on nutritional value. The root of the herb endorses these properties.  Safed Musali-chlorophytum-borivilianum

Musali has majorly two popular varieties viz., Musali (shweta), the white variety and Musali (kali), the black variety. Their different qualities are available in the Indian market. The properties of both the varieties of Musali are nearly same. Therefore, both of them are used for common purposes.

Effective Herbal Combinations for Musali

Weakness and emaciation:Musali strength

 

Musali (shweta) along with babul gond, mishri, mulathi, isabgol and dry fruits can be taken to eliminate weakness and also improves health. This is a strength booster.

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Musali (shweta) with mishri if taken with warm milk, improves male libido.

Degenerative joint pain: Musali joint pain

Musali (shweta) can be taken with ghee and warm milk at night before going to bed. This strengthens the bone.

Aphrodisiac:

Powders of musali(shweta), musali (kali), talmakhana, gokhru (bada), kaunch beej, mishri, shatavari, ashwagandha and other such herbs can be mixed together and taken at morning and night time with warm milk.

Loose motions:

Musali (kali) powder is administered with buttermilk and rice and buttermilk is given as the diet.

At Gyan Herbal Home, we provide you the ready-to-use powder of musali. Also, looking into the seasonal benefit, we provide you Musali-Ashwagandha Laddus in the winters which cater the need for great stamina.

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Jatamansi: Wonderful Herb for Hair and Health

Jatamansi, also known as Balchar, is an aromatic herb which is extensively used in Ayurveda. This herb has many wonderful properties attributed to it. It is very interesting to note that the root of this herb looks like a tuft of hair. Because of this acute resemblance, it is widely used for hair care. Apart from this, it is used as a nervine tonic, builds up stamina and nourishes the hair.   Balcharr Jatamansi

Effective Herbal Jatamansi Combinations

For hair root strengthening and hair nourishment Balchar Hair

It can be consumed internally with amavala, bhringraj, brahmi and other hair nourishing herbs. Also, it can be used as a hair pack with other herbs like amvala, shikakai, nagarmotha, bhringraj, danamethi etc.

For better digestion, flatulence, stomach ache Balchar digestion

Jatamansi powder (4 parts) with powders of dalchini,l sheetalchini, saunf, sonth (1 part each) and mishri (8 parts) can be taken in smaller quantity to pacify the pain abdomen, gas formation and indigestion.

Burns and blisters

An application of the paste of jatamansi powder brings down the burning sensation and heals it as it has a cooling effect on the wound.

Headache Jatamansi headache

Paste of jatamansi powder can be applied to the forehead to bring down the headache. It is recommended in summers.

Toothache

Softly massaging the gums and the teeth with jatamansi powder reduce the toothache.

Dysmenorrhoea (painful menses)

A decoction of jatamansi powder can be prepared and consumed to pacify the pain of those days.

Tremors

Those who are a victim of tremors or any nervine weakness can take this herb along with ashwagandha.

This wonderful herb is available at Gyan Herbal Home retail outlet. So get your pack and avail its benefits. For consultation, write us at vdshruti@gyanherbal.in.

Bilva: Ayurvedic Herb with Multiple Health Benefits

Bilva tree has always held a special place in Hindu culture. Both, mythologically and traditionally, this tree secures a vital place and owing to its significance, the tree is considered sacred and worshipped. Although, all the parts of the tree are used for some or the other purpose, here we will discuss mainly the two important parts namely, Bilva patra and Belgiri.

Bilva Patra

The leaves are known for its medicinal property in Ayurveda apart from being offered to Lord Shiva.    Bilva

Diabetes: The powder of the leaves can be mixed with the powders of danamethi, jamun guthli, karela, gudmar and other anti-diabetic herbs. A teaspoon of the combination can be taken on empty stomach twice a day. Bilva patra diabetes

Swelling and wound: Application of bilva patra powder mixed with water over the swollen or wounded area is effective in both –bringing down the swelling and healing the wound.

Belgiri (fruit pulp)

This has miraculous results in various intestinal conditions. It imparts strength to the intestines. Bilva Fruit

Intestinal ulcer: Owing to its healing property, belgiri is used with herbs like mulathi and mishri. This helps in bringing down the pain and recovering from the wound.

Amoebiasis: It has proved its efficiency in treating amoebiasis. It helps in digestion, reduces the cramps and clears the bowel.

Diarrhea: Bilva diarrheaIt can be taken with curd to arrest the frequency.

This herb is potentiated because of its religious value. Therefore, draw the benefits of this herb and stay healthy.

Magical Health Benefits of Mulathi

Mulathi or Yashtimadhu is very popular herb of India. As the name suggests, this herb is sweet to taste. Therefore, it is widely used in children, adults and aged people. Especially, the singers are very fond of this herb as it tones and sweetens the voice. Due to its palatable convenience, it has wide range of uses.

liquorice root, on white background

Healthy Uses of Mulathi:

A few common uses are quoted below.

Cough:  Mulethi CoughDue to its expectorant property, mulathi powder is given with honey and a little quantity of saindha namak. This clears phlegm from the respiratory channels and reduces coughing.

Acidity: It curtails the acidic formation in the stomach and relieves pain and burning sensation. Therefore, it can be taken in a combination with powders of saunf, mishri and elaichi.

Wound healing: It has a very strong wound healing property. For this very reason, its use is advocated in peptic ulcers and duodenal ulcers with ghee. Also, for tropical ulcers this combination is applied to the wound (due to burns or associated with burning sensation).

Hoarseness in voice: Mulathi sore throatIt enhances the voice quality. Therefore, simply keeping the powder of mulathi in mouth 3-4 times a day and gradually swallowing it, helps in hoarseness of voice and soarness of throat.

Burning sensation in urine: One teaspoon of the powder can be taken with water twice a day. It results into frequent urination, thereby, flushing out the toxins. Also, the cooling effect of the herb pacifies the burning sensation.

This herb is available in easy-to-use packaging at Gyan Herbal Home. Use this wonderful Ayurvedic Herb and stay healthy.

Effective Medication for Diabetes with Gudmar

GUDMAR is a very interesting Indian herb. As the name suggests, ‘Gud’ meaning jaggery or sweet and ‘mar’ meaning to end, in short, Gudmar means something which cuts off the sweet taste.  GudmarAttributing to this special property, the title of MADHUNASHINI is also given to this drug.

Health Benefits of Gudmar

Gudmar leaves are widely used for medicinal purpose. The consumption of this herb, arrests the perception of taste. A few uses are mentioned below.

Diabetes

Gudmar DiabetesThis herb is very famous among diabetics. The reason is its property to counter the sweetness and kapha dosha (fun  ctional entity of body). It can be taken with honey or with plain milk on empty stomach. Also, a combination of powders of gudmar patra, jamun guthli, danamethi, bilva patra, neem patra and karela can be taken on empty stomach.

Wound or Swelling

Application of a paste prepared from the powder of gudmar patra is very effective in these conditions.

Productive/ Wet Cough: Gudmar Cough

¼ teaspoon of the gudmar can be taken with the honey or sugar candy twice a day. This will melt down the phlegm and clear the channels.

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Health Benefits of Gokhru Chota & Gokhru Bada

We all have heard about Gokhru in Ayurvedic article and texts. It is an important Ayurvedic herb. There are majorly two types of gokhru viz., Gokhru (Chota) and Gokhru (Bada). Though their properties are same but usually, Gokhru (chota) is used in urinary and kidney disorders and Gokhru (bada) is used for aphrodisiac purpose.   Gokhru

Uses of Gokhru (Chota)

  • Blood in urine: It can be taken with milk added with sugar.
  • Obstruction in passage of urine: Tea like preparation can be used. A combination of gokhru (chota), kharaiti, kathaili and sonth powders are added to equal quantity of water and milk which is to be boiled till the water evaporates and only milk is left. Filter it and add jaggery to it. This will ensure smooth and swift flow of urine. Gokhru Kidney
  • Renal stone: It’s given with honey in kidney stones.
  • Pedal oedema: It can be taken with water. Frequent urination will bring down the swelling.
  • Burning sensation in urine: It can be mixed with mishri powder and taken with water. The cooling effect of this combination will bring down the burning sensation.

Uses of Gokhru (Bada)

  • Rejuvenative and Aphrodisiac: Combination of powders of gokhru (bada), giloy and amvala can be taken with milk morning and evening.
  • Erectile dysfunction: Its powder with ghee and sugar can be taken for this condition. The effect manifolds if warm milk is taken on it.
  • Backache: It can be taken with sonth Gokhru backache

This herb is easily available in a ready-to-use sizes at Gyan Herbal Home.