Ashwagandha is one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda, which is a traditional form of alternative medicine based on Indian principles of natural healing.
People have used Ashwagandha for thousands of years to relieve stress, increase energy levels, and improve concentration.“Ashwagandha” is Sanskrit for “smell of the horse,” which refers to both the herb’s scent
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|Packaging Size||5 Kg|
|Is It Organic||In Organic|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Black mulberries (Morus nigra) are thought to have originated in the mountainous areas of Mesopotamia and Persia. Black mulberry is planted and often naturalized, west across much of Europe, including Ukraine, and east into China. Now they are widespread throughout Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, India, Pakistan, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine, Israel, and Turkey.
The tree has long been cultivated for its edible fruit. Both the tree and the fruit are known by the Persian-derived names toot (mulberry) or shah took (king's or "superior" mulberry), or, in Arabic, Gujarat tukki. Often, jams and sherbets are made from the fruit in this region.
In Europe, the largest-documented local concentration of black mulberries may be found in the vineyards of Pukanec in Slovakia, which contains 470 black mulberry trees.
The black mulberry was imported into Britain in the seventeenth century in the hope that it would be useful in the cultivation of silkworms (Bombyx mori). It was unsuccessful in that enterprise because silkworms prefer the white mulberry. However, the plantings have left a legacy of large and old trees in many country house gardens and it was listed in the Award of Garden Merit of the Royal Horticultural Society until 2013. It was much used in folk medicine, especially in the treatment of ringworm.
Benefits of Mulberries:
1. Improves digestive health
2. Controls blood sugar levels
3. Reduces cancer risk
4. Improves blood circulation
5. Improves immunity
6. Builds bone tissue
7. Promotes brain health
8. Promotes liver health
9. Prevents flu and cold
10. Rich in anti-inflammatory agents
Amla Benefits & Medicinal Uses
Indian Gooseberry has been given a prominent place in Ayurveda. In ancient India it was believed that Ambrosia (heavenly nectar) contained all rasas thereby, it could impart immortality. In that sense, Amlaki and Hareetaki stand next by exhibiting five rasas. Therefore, Gooseberry is considered a "Rasayana" bestowed with anti-aging effects. Enthusiastic investigations on Amla substantiate almost all of its acclaimed properties. It has been identified to be a potent antioxidant, immunomodulatory, antistress, etc. Apart from its medicinal use. It also finds an important place in traditional hair and skincare formulations. Its cytoprotective role has been investigated in detail. For Ayurveda, Amlaki is considered to be a natural "s boon.
There are numerous Amla benefits and uses as follows:
1. Improves Immunity
2. Hair Care
3. Reduces Stress
4. Eye Care.
5. Respiratory Health
6. Treats Anemia
7. Blood Purifier
9. Improve Digestion
10. Absorbs Calcium
12. Improves Mental Function
13. Weight Management
14. Skin Care.
Flax seeds occur in two basic varieties/colors: brown or yellow (golden linseeds). Most types of these basic varieties have similar nutritional characteristics and equal numbers of short-chain omega-3 fatty acids. Yellow flax seeds, called solin (trade name "Linola"), have a similar oil profile to brown flax seeds and both are very high in omega-3s (alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), specifically). Flax seeds produce a vegetable oil known as flaxseed oil or linseed oil, which is one of the oldest commercial oils. It is an edible oil obtained by expeller pressing and sometimes followed by solvent extraction. The solvent-processed flax seed oil has been used for many centuries as a drying oil in painting and varnishing.
Although brown flax seed varieties may be consumed as readily as the yellow ones, and have been for thousands of years, these varieties are more commonly used in paints, for fiber, and cattle feed.
Health Benefits of Flaxseed
· Loaded with nutrients. Flaxseed is one of the world's oldest crops. ...
· High in omega-3 fatty acids. ...
· May help protect against cancer. ...
· Rich in fiber. ...
· May lower cholesterol levels. ...
· May reduce blood pressure. ...
· May stabilize your blood sugar levels. ...
· May help you manage your weight.
Aniseed is widely used to flavor pastries; it is the characteristic ingredient of a German bread called anisbrod. In the Mediterranean region and Asia, aniseed is commonly used in meat and vegetable dishes. It makes a soothing herbal tea and has been used medicinally since prehistoric times. The essential oil is used to flavour absinthe, anisette, and Pernod liqueurs.
Harvesting and Processing Anise:When the seeds have ripened to a gray-brown color, clip the entire head of the plant into a paper bag. The seed can be spread out in the sun to dry up any remaining moisture. When the seeds are completely dry, remove the husks and flowerheads. Store in a dry place in airtight containers. Health Benefits of Anise Seed: 1. Rich in Nutrients 2. May Reduce Symptoms of Depression 3. Could Protect Against Stomach Ulcers 4. Prevents the Growth of Fungi and Bacteria 5. Could Help Relieve Menopause Symptoms 6. May Balance Blood Sugar Levels
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