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By Dr Renita D’SouzaBasil is widely used as culinary spice and known Ayurvedic herb used to treat cough, poisoning, headache, diarrhoea, intestinal worms etc. It is known as Barbari in Sanskrit. Sweet Basil essential oil is used to flavor food, relieves indigestion, flatulence, constipation, cough, asthma etc. It is used in aromatherapy and relieves stress. […]
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By Dr Renita D’SouzaMarjoram (Maruwa) is an aromatic Ayurvedic herb used traditionally in the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases, skin diseases, pain, sore throat, cough, scorpion bite etc. It is considered as a good emmenagogue (stimulates menstrual flow), cardio-protective and liver tonic. It is often used as cooking spice and adds flavour in food and beverages. […]
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By Dr Renita D’SouzaSinduri (Bixa orellana) is a small tree well known as the source of the red-orange, annatto pigment. Though it is mainly used as culinary spice, the plant also have some medicinal uses. Annatto pigment is widely used natural dyes to colour food, cosmetics and pharmaceutical products. It is considered as non toxic […]
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By Dr Renita D’SouzaTilaka is an Ayurvedic herb used in the treatment of skin diseases, worm infestation, disease of bladder, oral cavity, tooth disease etc. The name Tilaka suggest that flowers of this herb resembles those of sesame flowers. Botanical Name – Wendlandia exertaFamily – Rubiaceae Medicinal QualitiesTaste – Pungent (katu)Vipaka (taste after digestiona) – […]
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By Dr Renita D’SouzaKunda is a variety of jasmine plant known for its fragrant white flowers. Kund flowers, as it is pleasant to see is also considered as coolant to the body. This aromatic Ayurvedic herb is used in the treatment of headache, wound, poisoning etc. Botanical Name – Jasminum multiflorumFamily – OleaceaeSynonyms – Jasminum […]
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By Dr Renita D’SouzaMadhavi (Hiptage benghalensis) is a cooling Ayurvedic shrub with clusters of beautiful fragrant white yellowish flowers. It is traditional used in the treatment of burning sensation, obesity, wounds, rheumatism, inflammation, pitta related disease, ulcers, skin diseases, etc It is known to be a cardiac tonic. As it is considered as expectorant, it […]
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By Dr Renita D’SouzaNava mallika is a fragrant herb belongs to a jasmine variety. Its leaves possess nutritive and carminative properties. Fruits improve strength as it is considered as Balya. Leaf juice with pepper, garlic and other herbs that induce vomiting is used as emetic in bronchial obstruction. Roots are used in snake poisoning. Botanical […]
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By Dr Renita D’SouzaJalk umbhi (Pistia stratiotes) is a Ayurvedic herb found floating on the surface of stagnant water pond. It is used therapeutically to treat blood diseases, bleeding disorders, thyroid, piles, difficulty in urination, skin diseases etc. Botanical Name – Pistia stratiotesFamily – Araceae (Arum family) Medicinal Qualities of Jal kumbiTaste – Bitter (tiktha), Pungent […]
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By Dr Renita D’SouzaLand lotus (sthalakamal) is a therapeutically important Ayurvedic herb with edible flowers. The special feature of these flowers is that you can find these flowers showing three different colours in a day. Yes, it blooms as white flower in the morning, turns to pink in noon and evening you can see red […]
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By Dr Renita D’SouzaJalapippali (Lippia nodiflora) is an Ayurvedic herb used to treat blood disorders, wounds, burning sensation, boils, diarrhoea, joint pain, indigestion, asthma, bronchitis, piles. lithiasis etc. It is commonly known as Jalpippal. Plant is considered as diuretic in nature. Botanical Name – Lippia nodiflora, Synonyms – Phyla nodiflora, Lippia canescensFamily – Verbenaceae Medicinal […]

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