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Excellent blood purifier
Works at cellular level.
Anti – Oxidant
Hindi name Giloya, Guducchi
According to Ayurveda it is described as Amrita because of its numerous medicinal properties. The herb supports the normal function of the immune system by maintaining optimal levels of white blood cells like macrophages. The plant is also used in dyspepsia and various types of fever.Giloy has become very popular because it is helpful in Dengue and swine flu. Giloy capsules are prepared from pure herbal extract obtained from Tinospora cordifolia. Giloy is anti arthritic, anti pyretic, digestive, anti inflammatory, Useful in treatment of chronic fever, gout, Excellent blood purifier.
Giloy is a rejuvenating herb and provides nourishment to the body. It has peptides, lectines, polysaccharides and alkaloids to enhance immunity.
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Amla also known as indian gooseberry or amalaki in Sanskrit or Dharati Phalam has been rated very high in Ancient Ayurvedic Texts for its medicinal values(preventive & Curative).
The Charaka Samhita says, "Amalaki is the best among rejuvenative herbs."
Gram for gram, amla has 20 times the vitamin C content of an orange. Supports the mind, eyes, heart, skin, and digestion; helps growth of muscle tissue by promoting nitrogen balance; promotes cellular generation; supports lungs and natural immunity; works as a powerful antioxidant for people of all ages –
Amla juice is said to have great rejuvenating and anti-oxidant property.
Considered to be one of the richest source of Vit. C.
Useful in hyper-acidity
General Health tonic
Rich source of Vitamin C
Useful in healthy hair.
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Gastrointestinal motility disorders:
i. Functional and chronic constipation
Constipation associated with piles, cardiac patients, and postoperative conditions
As a health supplement during convalescence
Triphala is mentioned throughout the ancient literature of Ayurvedic medicine as a tonifying blood cleanser and gentle laxative, highly prized for its ability to regulate the processes of digestion and elimination.
Used by itself or in formulation, Triphala plays an essential role in the treatment of a wide variety of conditions. Ayurvedic medicine designates Triphala as a rasayana, a Sanskrit term given to those medicaments that improve general health and prolong life
Gastrointestinal support: Triphala improves digestion and assimilation, cleanses and tones the gastrointestinal tract, corrects constipation by its effective laxative action, and is nonhabit forming.
It is also an antioxidant, which reduces oxidative stress on the body.
It is said that Triphala is able to care for the internal organs of the body as a mother cares for her children. Each of the three herbal fruits of Triphala takes care of the body by gently promoting internal cleansing of all conditions of stagnation and excess while at the same time improving digestion and assimilation.
Triphala is widely used in a large number of medicinal preparations. Triphala is an effective blood purifier that stimulates bile secretion as it detoxifies the liver, helps digestion and assimilation, and promotes normal serum cholesterol and lipid levels throughout body. It is also a laxative that rejuvenates the membrane lining of the digestive tract and contributes to effective cleansing of the colon, a key condition in Ayurveda to maintaining optimum health.
When consumed for a long period, it helps reduce excess weight. It promotes good colon health and acts as a laxative without causing cramps or irritation. It gently stimulates the intestinal walls and restores tone to the colon, thus helping in the elimination process, providing a colon cleansing effect. It also helps maintain good eyesight. It has shown in-vitro anti-oxidant activity. It is effective in preventing superoxide induced hemolysis of the red blood cells. It also prevents lipid peroxidation induced by Fe3+/ADP/Ascorbate system in liver mitochondria.