Month: May 2019

PHYLLANTHUS RETICULATUS, POIR.-KARU NELLI

PHYLLANTHUS RETICULATUS, POIR.-KARU NELLI – KARUMPOOLA –KIRGANELIA RETICULATUS It is the tree that bestows wealth. It is called as Karum Poolandhi in Tamil. This herb does have a few names in Sanskrit, Kṛṣṇa kambhoji (referring to the darkish āmalaka-like fruits), bahupṣpā (many-flowered). It is called buinowla and panjoli in Hindi; pajuli in Bengali; Krishna nelli(dark …

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Amaranth

This plant has the capacity to grow in any conditions without any difficulty. Amaranth has been cultivated as a grain for 8,000 years.  The yield of grain amaranth is comparable to rice or maize. Amaranth is a common leaf vegetable throughout the tropics and in many warm temperate regions. In North India, it is called Rajgira. The popped grain is mixed …

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Aloe vera

IT IS VERY GOOD TO BALANCE PITTA DOSHA. IT HAS COPPER. It protects us from UV rays and Gumma rays. Mix Aloe Gel, Trikatu a pinch, Sugar and Ghee and take in the mornings for 48 days. It cures skin problems and Piles. If taken for a year, the body becomes strong. SPECIALTY Fresh Aloe …

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Ajwain

Ajwain or Bishop’s weed is a herb used in ayurvedic medicines for its carminative properties. Its pungent taste and aromatic smell has made it a favored spice in preparing pickles, confectionary, curries, biscuits and beverages. It is also used as an effective preservative and anti-oxidant. Crushed Ajwain seeds find utility in pot-pourri and scented powders. …

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