Ayurvedic Herbs


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  1. Agastya Haritaki

    Agastya Haritaki


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    The herb is also useful for improving digestion and helping in cases of adverse digestive problems. It has mild colonic cleanse properties and makes for a good herbal detox that can be used daily without any ill effects and with great side benefits.
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  2. Arjun (Terminalia arjuna)

    Arjun (Terminalia arjuna)


    Arjun (Terminalia arjuna) is a deciduous tree found throughout India and used in Ayurveda (the Science of Life) for more than three centuries, primarily as a heart tonic and therefore useful for all adverse heart conditions, i.e. coronary artery disease, heart failure, carditis, and hyper-cholesterolemia. Learn More
  3. Ashoka



    Means without sorrow, i.e. it makes a person sorrow less, especially the females and for females, discomfort of menstruation is the greatest sorrow and Ashoka works on it. Useful for the management of excessive bleeding during menstruation; improves complexion of the body, improves digestion and assimilation so the stools pass with normal consistency; helpful for emaciation and under nutrition conditions; useful in toxicities and management of all diseases which originate from blood; great for all painful conditions. Learn More
  4. Avipattikar Churna

    Avipattikar Churna


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    It is a very effective cleanser for the digestive system and also greatly assists women with PMS (pre-menstrual syndrome). It also contains anti-aging properties and helps in retarding hair from turning grey.
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  5. Bacopa (Bacopa monniera)

    Bacopa (Bacopa monniera)


    Bacopa is an Ayurvedic herb that helps rejuvenate the mind and nervous system, supports proper function of the nervous system, promotes memory and concentration, promotes intelligence, as well as calms and clears the mind. The herb is balancing for all three (3) doshas.

    Bacopa is one of two herbs commonly known as the legendary “Brahmi” of the ancient Ayurvedic texts (the other kind being Brahmi/Gotu Kola). In Vedic philosophy, Brahman is the name for universal consciousness. Brahmi is a derivation of Brahman and literally means “energy of universal consciousness. Learn More
  6. Bakuchi (Cyamopsis psoralloides)

    Bakuchi (Cyamopsis psoralloides)


    This Ayurvedic herb (also known as “Purple Fleabane”) is helpful for skin discoloration issues such as Vitiligo, Leucoderma (or white patches), etc. Bakuchi is an irritant on the skin and removes the upper layers of the skin and brings healthy skin by improving the distribution of the melanin in the skin and cures the condition. Learn More
  7. Bhumy Amalaki (Phyllanthus amarus)

    Bhumy Amalaki (Phyllanthus amarus)


    The herb is used to remove toxins from the liver (having an affinity for the liver) and GI tract, cleanses the gallbladder, cools and soothe the digestive tract, and promotes healthy skin. Learn More
  8. Bibitaki (Terminalia belerica)

    Bibitaki (Terminalia belerica)


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    Bibitaki supports proper function of the lungs for healthy and comfortable breathing, promotes healthy elimination, promotes healthy vision and hair; and helps maintain proper function of the heart, liver, and kidneys. It is also helpful for the eyes, ears, sinus, and throat; and helps maintain balanced body fluid levels while toning and cleansing the colon. Learn More
  9. Bilwa (Aegle marmelos)

    Bilwa (Aegle marmelos)


    Bilwa is an Ayurvedic astringent herb that supports proper function of the bowels and healthy stool formation. It dries excess kapha and soothes the mucous membranes in the intestines; promotes healthy movement of vata in the colon; stimulates the digestive fire and eliminates toxins in the GI tract. Learn More
  10. Boswellia (Boswellia serrata)

    Boswellia (Boswellia serrata)


    Boswellia (also known as “Indian Frankincense”), an anti-inflammatory herb with diuretic and demulcent properties, supports proper function and movement of the joints, removes natural toxins and excess from the joint tissue; supports healthy blood circulation, promotes the flow of energy within the body channels and tissues; corrects blood sugar disturbances, and is a pain-reliever for arthritis. Learn More
  11. Brahmi (Bacopa monneira)

    Brahmi (Bacopa monneira)


    Brahmi is useful for nervous disorders, epilepsy, senility, and premature aging. In India, it is regarded as perhaps the most spiritual of all herbs. It is said to develop the crown chakra, the energy center at the top of the head and to balance the right and left hemispheres of the brain, again, which the the leaf is said to resemble. In Sri Lanka, Sri Lankans noticed that elephants, renowned for their longevity, munched on the leaves of the plant. Thus the leaves became known as a promoter of long life. Learn More
  12. Bringraj (Eclipta alba)

    Bringraj (Eclipta alba)


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    It is also an excellent rejuvenative for pitta. In addition, it is useful for healthy skin, bones, teeth, sight, hearing and memory; supports proper function of the liver and lungs. It calms the mind, bolsters the memory and supports healthy eyes and ears. Learn More
  13. Gurmar



    Gurmar (also known as Gymnema sylvestre in Ayurveda). A well-known Ayurvedic herb that is the best herb available to counteract sugar addiction. The molecular structure of this herb is similar to sugar and can block absorption of up to 50% of dietary sugar calories; both sugar and Gurmar are digested in the small intestine, but the larger molecule of Gurmar cannot be fully absorbed, so if taken before sugar is consumed, the Gurmar molecule blocks the passage through which sugar is normally absorbed, and fewer sugar calories are assimilated. Learn More
  14. Legendary Brahmi -100 Capsules

    Legendary Brahmi -100 Capsules


    Legendary Brahmi is a combination of both kinds of Brahmi - Bacopa and Gotu Kola.

    Both herbs are Ayurvedic herbs that naturally help rejuvenate the mind and nervous system, supports proper function of the nervous system, promotes memory and concentration, clams and clears the mind, fosters spiritual awareness, and opens the Crown chakra.

    Both herbs are balancing for all three (3) doshas. The formula is excellent for all mental and nervous conditions. Should be taken before tests and examinations. Great for students but also teachers/professors! Learn More
  15. Trifala (Triphala)

    Trifala (Triphala)


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    Triphala is an Ayurvedic formula composed of tropical almond fruit (Terminalia chebula, also known as Haritaki), belleric myrobalan (Terminalia bellerica, also known as Bibitaki) and emblic (Emblica officinale, also known as Amalaki), the three most important herbs in Ayurveda, which together as a formula are most often noted for its ability to restore tone of the colon and treat psychosomatic conditions affecting the digestive tract. Learn More
  16. Vamsa Rochna (Bambusa arundinacea)

    Vamsa Rochna (Bambusa arundinacea)


    According to Ayurveda, Vamsa Rochna is a stimulant, astringent, tonic for the heart and liver, and helps support the blood.

    It is a great herb to take after performing a full body detox where there has been an emphasis on cleaning the major eliminative channels of the body. Learn More