Andrographis paniculata or Kalmegh as it is known in India is considered the King of Bitters, superior to quinine. Used extensively for sluggish liver, fever, gripping in children, loss of appetite, and diarrhoea it is one of Ayurveda's principle herbs.
Holy basil or Tulsi as it's commonly called is a herb without parallel. With a reputation justified by extensive research Tulsi is used from Cancer to beauty. Its role in treating liver disease is well known. It's restorative properties and role in cough and colds is proven. it grows wild as well as cultivated in most Hindu households.
Eclipta alba or Bhringraj as it's known in India, is yet another popular herb used therapeutically .Eclipta is usually associated with shampoo's & haircare products where it is reputed to be a natural dye & is used extensively in hair care products.
Phyllanthus niruri is widely distributed in Asia ( Bhui amla in India) and South America( Chanca piedra). Its reputation for curing liver disease is well established. Leaves are given to children to treat jaundice. it's also reputed to be useful in diabetes.
Tephrosia or Sharpunhka It is also used traditionally as folk medicine. According to Ayurveda, the plant is an anthelmintic, alexiteric, restorative, and antipyretic; it is used in the treatment of leprosy, ulcers, asthma and tumors, as well as diseases of the liver, spleen, heart, and blood.
Neem is considered to be India's most well known medicinal plant. Used in Ayurvedic medicine, its popularity in hair & skincare is well known. Due to its anti-bacterial properties Neem is found in most Ayurvedic cosmetics. Our extract has been proven to have a wide range of antifungal/antibacterial properties.
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