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.

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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.

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.

For more queries, email us at info@gyanherbal.in

 

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.

 

 

Cure Stomach Problems with AMALTAS

We all witness lush yellow flowers on trees this season. Those beautiful trees are none other than the Amaltas trees. This tree holds amazing medicinal value. Although, all the parts of this tree are used medicinally, the focus will be the pods. These pods contain pulp which is considered very healthy.

Amaltas Pods

The pulp of Amaltas is effective in multiple health conditions and has been widely used in the classical and folklore practices. The pulp is laxative in nature.

Amaltas Pulp Herbal Combination

Amaltas Pods HerbIt is quite a simple formation. You can mix the pulp along with various digesting herbs mainly sanay patra, saindha namak and nimbu ras, which together acts as herbal Ayurvedic laxative. Here are some conditions in which this combination is very effective:

  • Helps in detoxifying the gastrointestinal tract
  • Brings down the swellings and joint pains
  • Curbs flatulence, abdominal pain
  • Clears constipation
  • Eliminates the excessive systemic heat Young beautiful woman is having stomach ache.

All these properties of merely the pulp can cure so many ailments. This amazing herb can be given in various other combinations in many other diseases.

It is always ideal to make use of the herb under the guidance of an Ayurvedic physician to get optimum results. You can find these pods in ready to use form at Gyan Herbal Home.

 

Amazing Herbal Home Remedies Using GILOY

Giloy, also called as Guduchi (classically), is a divine herb. It has been praised and appreciated in the classics of Ayurveda for magnificent health benefits.

Giloy

This herb is known for its efficacy in multiple conditions –

  • Infective fevers like malaria, seasonal fevers;
  • Liver disorders like jaundice, fatty liver;
  • Intestinal problems like amoebiasis, indigestion;
  • Skin ailments like eczema, impurities in blood;
  • Endocrinal diseases like Diabetes;
  • Urinary diseases

Home Remedies Using Giloy in Different Diseases

Apart from the mentioned conditions, this herb is very effective in the diseases mentioned below. Read on to find easy to prepare home remedy combinations for natural treatments:

  • Liver disorder: Combination of giloy, kutki and triphala can be given.
  • Fever: Giloy powder with triphala churna and honey can be administered to treat fever.Giloy Fever
  • Jaundice: Giloy can be given with honey in jaundice.
  • Indigestion: Giloy, laung and dalchini powders can be prepared into a decoction. It can be taken thrice a day. This combination improves digestion.
  • Skin ailments: Powder of giloy, khair, neem patra, amvala and haldi can be mixed and given to cure skin ailments like itching, burning sensation and rashes. It is a very effective depurative.
  • Diabetes: Giloy with neem patra, jamun guthli, gudmar, karela helps in maintaining sugar levels.
  • General tonic: The benefit of this herb is that even healthy individuals can consume it. It promotes general health and boosts immunity.

There are infinite uses of this herb but only a few are mentioned here. So get your pack at Gyan Herbal Home.

Elaichi: Ayurvedic Herb for Digestion

Elaichi, also known as lesser cardamom, is a refreshing fragrant herb. This herb has been used extensively to flavor teas and also as a mouth-freshener. Not only this, it is also an essential ingredient to Indian cuisine. It has medicinal properties are attributed to it. You can use this wonderful Indian herb to for different home remedies and draw benefits out of it.Elaichi

Elaichi has a wide range of action but its major effect is on the gastrointestinal tract. It can rectify various digestion related ailments and the organs involved in the process of digestion. Elaichi promotes digestion. Therefore, as a part of our tradition, we consume elaichi after meals.

Health Benefits of Elaichi

Given below are some wonderful health benefits associated with this Ayurvedic herb:

  • Nausea or vomiting: Elaichi in vomitingDecoction prepared from elaichi helps in pacifying nausea feeling.
  • Giddiness: Decoction of elaichi is added with a small quantity of gud (jaggery) to curb giddiness.
  • Palpitation: Elaichi powder along with peeplamool powder and small quantity of ghee is very effective to bring down palpitation.
  • Acidity and indigestion: Elaichi in indigestionIt can be given with saunf and mishri An immediate relief can be achieved in acidity and indigestion as it improvises the enzymatic secretion.
  • Difficulty in passing urine: It is helpful in clearing the obstruction in passage of urine.

(Ref.Bhavaprakash Nighantu)

This miraculous herb can relieve you from simple but common ailments. So, instead of popping up a tablet, try using these simple remedies to treat your condition in a simpler and quicker way. Add it to your tea or meals to stay healthy…..

Enjoy Stronger Digestion with Ginger

Winters bring along the desire to introduce the flavor of Ginger to our food. In some houses, Ginger becomes an important and inseparable ingredient of the kitchen in this season. Ginger is available in both wet and dry form.  Ginger sonth powder

Indian kitchens use both, the wet ginger (adrak) and dried ginger (sonth) in routine. Apart from its taste value, ginger has amazing therapeutic properties as well. It promotes appetite and enhances digestion, relieves pain, removes systemic toxins, relieves constipation etc.

Health Benefits of Ginger/ Sonth:

Out of various uses of ginger, a few have been mentioned below:

Digestion and Weight Loss

Ginger Weight loss

Ginger aids digestive fire which in turn sharpens the appetite. This in turn helps in clearing the accumulated toxins in the system by digesting them. As a result you enjoy stronger digestion along with weight loss in a healthier manner.

Its combination with black pepper (kalimirch) and long pepper (peepal) is termed as Trikatu which is very effective in indigestion, flatulence, stomachache etc.

Treats Ailments

Girl blowing her noseIt comes with warming and stimulating properties which are helpful in treating common health ailments. It works well in conditions like cholesterol, fevers etc. which are a resultant of toxin-accumulation.

Addition to Teas and Milk

Ginger Tea]Its lavish use in teas is very common because it’s wonderful aroma and flavor. Also, it makes tea easily digestible. If added to warm milk then it helps in clearing cough and cold and other respiratory conditions.

Effective in Joint Pains

Prepare and consume a decoction of ginger for treating varied joint pains.

Ingredient to Sweet Delicacies

Sonth is used in various Indian sweet delicacies like laddus and other traditional preparations because of its property to digest the heavy to digest sumptuous sweets.

Promotes Stamina

Combined with other herbal powders and drugs, sonth is very effective in promoting stamina.

You can buy your pack of Sonth or Ginger from Gyan Herbal Home and use it in winters to stay fit and healthy.

TRIPHALA: Beneficial Ayurvedic Medicine for Healthier Gut

Triphala is a wonderful combination which has been used from ages and is easily available in the market. Owing to its properties, triphala is available in different proportions and form due to its extensive utility in various conditions.

Trialpha

It is a classical, authentic and time-tested combination of three fruits viz. Haritaki (Harad), Vibhitaki (Baheda) and Amalaki (Amvala). These three herbs are mixed either in an equal or in a 1:2:4 ratio or in a ratio of 1:2:3. The benefits of these are nearly same. The coarse powder of Triphala is also in use which is for external purpose and is available in the markets with name “Triphala Jawkutt”.

Health Benefits and Uses of Triphala

  • Constipation: Some people have it religiously to treat constipation. If you are suffering from constipation, you can also have it at bedtime.
  • Strengthens the gut: Triphala strengthens the intestines. Therefore, it can be used on a regular basis.
  • For weight management: This Ayurvedic combination can also be taken with honey for weight management as it is a healthy cleanser. Measuring tape around slim beautiful waist.
  • For an improved eyesight: It can be taken to benefit the eyes. Three-forth teaspoon of Triphala can be mixed with 1 teaspoon of honey and ¼ teaspoon of ghee (i.e.in an unequal quantity). This combination can be taken regularly provided there are no other ailments.  Triphala for eyes
  • As an eye wash: Triphala jawkutt is prepared into a liquid by adding it to the warm water and later on sieving it. This finely sieved medicated water then can be used for eye wash in a very lukewarm state.
  • Rejuvenation: This is a tonic to the body. Therefore, it is ideal for consumption for all.

Apart from these general uses, triphala covers a broad spectrum of diseases. It can also be used in skin and hair problems, fever, diabetes and many such health conditions.

This widely used combination is available in all the three forms viz. Triphala, Triphala 1:2:4 and Triphala Jawkutt at Gyan Herbal Home in high quality.

AMVALA : Herb with Multiple Health Benefits

Amvala/ Amla or Indian Gooseberry is the most popular herb. This Ayurvedic herb imbibes a vast range of properties which attributes to its extensive popularity.

Amvala or Gooseberry

It can be used both internally and externally….. individually and in combination.

External Uses of Amla:

  • Hair wash: It is used for hair wash in combination with ritha, shikakai and other herbs. Amvala Hair pack
  • Hair coloring: It acts a natural dye when used with mehandi, bhrangraj, shikakai
  • Hair packs: A combination of Amvala along with bhrangraj, shikakai, danamethi, jatamansi, nagarmotha, mehandi can be used as hair pack or mask to strengthen the hair roots and to improve the hair texture.
  • Eye wash: As an eye cleanser, it can be used with baheda and harad to wash the eyes. Triphala Jawkutt (coarse powder of Triphala) is available for eye wash purposes.

Internally Uses of Amvala:

Though, Amvala can be used for innumerable purposes, only the most common uses are mentioned below

  • Acidity: Amvala powder and mishri powder can be used in combination for those who are victim to acidity. Amla Juice
  • Diabetes: It can be used along with other anti-diabetic herbs to maintain the sugar levels.
  • Low Hemoglobin: Due to its richness in vitamin-C, it is beneficial to those who have low hemoglobin count.
  • Hair Nourishment: It strengthens, nourishes and tones the hair when consumed internally.
  • Rejuvinative: Amvala can be used by all as a general health supplement to maintain immunity and stamina.

This herb is available at Gyan Herbal Home in powder form which helps you create your own combinations for health and cosmetic purposes.

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Wonderful Health Benefits of SONTH or DRIED GINGER as HERB

Sonth or Dried Ginger is widely used in our kitchens. It adds flavor to our regular simple veggies. This aromatic herb can be used orally as well as for application purposes for various health benefits.

Dry Ginger

Though sonth has multiple uses in various health conditions, a few common and easy methods to use it are discussed below.

  1. Indigestion: This is used with salt to treat indigestion, flatulence, heaviness of the abdomen. It can relieve you from all these problems.
  2. Joint pain: Combine it with danamethi powder, amahaldi powder, gangri powder etc. and have it for relief from joint pains.
  3. Post delivery care: It is traditionally used in laddus. These laddus help in cleansing the system and imparting strength and stamina post pregnancy.
  4. Cough and cold: It is used with honey to treat cough and cold. Sonth for Heart
  5. Tea partner: It is commonly added in tea along with dalchini powder and jaiphal powder as chai masala. This adds a lingering flavor to the tea and moreover, keeps the gut healthy and warm during winters.
  6. Headache: Sonth powder can be prepared into paste and applied to the forehead in headache.

Gyan Herbal Home provides you sonth in ready-to-use powder form. So, now you can prepare your own combinations without any hassles. This wonderful herb keeps you healthy and fit by helping you get relief from various issues.