Ayurveda For Improving Eyesight

There are various methods in Ayurveda to improve eyesight. If proper care for eye is not take, it can result into various eye conditions such as age related macular degeneration and cataracts, which is a leading cause of blindness in the world.

The Ayurvedic name for defective eyesight is ‘Drishti Dosha’. Alochaka Pitta is responsible for maintaining eyesight and it weakens with age. Proper caring for the eyes is one preventative measure that helps.

Causes of Defective Eyesite: –
Prolonged constipation and nervous debility can cause Drishti dosha. Common cold can also lead to eyesight defects.Stress , Diabetes, Excessive smoking, alcohol intake,caffienated drinks are also responsible for defective eyesight .



Ayurvedic Diet for improving Eyesight:
– Consuming good amount of apple and grapes helps in improving your eyesight.
– Carrots have good quantity of vitamin A which proves to be one of the useful natural treatment for enhancing your eyesight.
– Cucumber juice does wonders for your eyesight as it tries to improve it immensely.
– Addition of spinach in your diet is beneficial.It purifies your blood, increases the hemoglobin and improves your eyesight.
– Turnip, fresh milk, cheese, butter, tomatoes, lettuce, cabbage, soya beans, green peas, oranges and dates are good source of vitamin A include them in your diet.
– Almond is ideal for eyes; it strengthens the vision, and calm mental stress. Take 1-2 t. a day with warm milk or sweet orange juice.
– You can mix some cardamom seeds with 1 tablespoon of honey. Eat daily.
– Consuming blueberry juice also considered to be very useful for your eyes.

Ayurvedic Herbs for improving Eyesight:



Amla – Extract the juice of fresh amla and drink 20 ml twice daily.
Asparagus – Mix 1 teaspoon of powdered asparagus in half teaspoon of honey. Take the mixture twice daily with warm cow’s milk.
Bhringraj – When Bhringraj herb or amla herb oil or paste is applied over eyes, they help in improving eye vision.
Black pepper- Black pepper powder should be mixed with honey o improve eyesight.
Ghee – Rub a small amount of ghee on soles of the feet to improve eye vision.
Garlic – The juice extracted from fresh garlic is used for regaining lost eyesight.
Rose petals – Freshly extracted juice of properly cleaned rose petals, which can be used both internally and externally for improving eye vision.
Liquorice – Take approximately half to 1 teaspoon of liquorice powder with cow’s milk twice daily. This powder can also be mixed with ghee or honey.
Triphala – Triphala is an important medicine for eye health, especially blurred vision or to prevent the development of cataract.

Exercises for Eyesight Improvement:



— Close both the eyes very tightly by shutting the lids firmly. Open them suddenly which allows you to feel the stretch. Once open arch your brows and stretch your face. Repeat this several times a day.
— Look as far as possible and inhale then look down as far as possible and exhale. Blink your eyes more than dozen times. Do the same procedure by turning to your left and right then diagonally up to left, down to right, up to right and down to left followed by rapid blinking.
— Rotate your eyes in all the directions. Slowly and steadily concentrate one eye at a time. Do this exercise more than dozen times and try doing this with your eyes shut.
— By using palming which can be stated as a revised version of the thousand-year-old yoga tradition known was Hatha Yoga. It relieves strain and stress from your mind and eyes which needs the required break. For this you have to warm your hands by rubbing them together vigorously. Once it’s warm cover the eye without touching the eyelids. This relaxes the nerves and helps in blood circulation.
— You can also try sunning which means to use sun’s light for your eyes. Move your head from side to side for the heat to benefit the eyes. After a while try stretching the eyes to allow more sunlight to your eyes. Directly looking at the sun is never good. It is great method to reduce light sensitivity.
— Perform Netra Basti which is bathing your eyes with clarified butter to reduce eye strain and to improve eyesight.


Papaya – The World’s Healthiest Foods

पपीता एक ऐसा मधुर फल है जो सस्ता एवं सर्वत्र सुलभ है। यह फल प्राय: बारहों मास पाया जाता है। किन्तु फरवरी से मार्च तथा मई से अक्तूबर के बीच का समय पपीते की ऋतु मानी जाती है। कच्चे पपीते में विटामिन ‘ए’ तथा पके पपीते में विटामिन ‘सी’ की मात्रा भरपूर पायी जाती है।

आयुर्वेद में पपीता (पपाया) को अनेक असाध्य रोगों को दूर करने वाला बताया गया है। संग्रहणी, आमाजीर्ण, मन्दाग्नि, पाण्डुरोग (पीलिया), प्लीहा वृध्दि, बन्ध्यत्व को दूर करने वाला, हृदय के लिए उपयोगी, रक्त के जमाव में उपयोगी होने के कारण पपीते का महत्व हमारे जीवन के लिए बहुत अधिक हो जाता है।

 पपीते के सेवन से चेहरे पर झुर्रियां पड़ना, बालों का झड़ना, कब्ज, पेट के कीड़े, वीर्यक्षय, स्कर्वी रोग, बवासीर, चर्मरोग, उच्च रक्तचाप, अनियमित मासिक धर्म आदि अनेक बीमारियां दूर हो जाती है। पपीते में कैल्शियम, फास्फोरस, लौह तत्व, विटामिन- ए, बी, सी, डी प्रोटीन, कार्बोज, खनिज आदि अनेक तत्व एक साथ हो जाते हैं। पपीते का बीमारी के अनुसार प्रयोग निम्नानुसार किया जा सकता है।


१) पपीते में ‘कारपेन या कार्पेइन’ नामक एक क्षारीय तत्व होता है जो रक्त चाप को नियंत्रित करता है। इसी कारण उच्च रक्तचाप (हाई ब्लड प्रेशर) के रोगी को एक पपीता (कच्चा) नियमित रूप से खाते रहना चाहिए।
२) बवासीर एक अत्यंत ही कष्टदायक रोग है चाहे वह खूनी बवासीर हो या बादी (सूखा) बवासीर। बवासीर के रोगियों को प्रतिदिन एक पका पपीता खाते रहना चाहिए। बवासीर के मस्सों पर कच्चे पपीते के दूध को लगाते रहने से काफी फायदा होता है।
३) पपीता यकृत तथा लिवर को पुष्ट करके उसे बल प्रदान करता है। पीलिया रोग में जबकि यकृत अत्यन्त कमजोर हो जाता है, पपीते का सेवन बहुत लाभदायक होता है। पीलिया के रोगी को प्रतिदिन एक पका पपीता अवश्य खाना चाहिए। इससे तिल्ली को भी लाभ पहुंचाया है तथा पाचन शक्ति भी सुधरती है।
४) महिलाओं में अनियमित मासिक धर्म एक आम शिकायत होती है। समय से पहले या समय के बाद मासिक आना, अधिक या कम स्राव का आना, दर्द के साथ मासिक का आना आदि से पीड़ित महिलाओं को ढाई सौ ग्राम पका पपीता प्रतिदिन कम से कम एक माह तक अवश्य ही सेवन करना चाहिए। इससे मासिक धर्म से संबंधित सभी परेशानियां दूर हो जाती है।
५) जिन प्रसूता को दूध कम बनता हो, उन्हें प्रतिदिन कच्चे पपीते का सेवन करना चाहिए। सब्जी के रूप में भी इसका सेवन किया जा सकता है।
६) सौंदर्य वृध्दि के लिए भी पपीते का इस्तेमाल किया जाता है। पपीते को चेहरे पर रगड़ने से चेहरे पर व्याप्त कील मुंहासे, कालिमा व मैल दूर हो जाते हैं तथा एक नया निखार आ जाता है। इसके लगाने से त्वचा कोमल व लावण्ययुक्त हो जाती है। इसके लिए हमेशा पके पपीते का ही प्रयोग करना चाहिए।
७) कब्ज सौ रोगों की जड़ है। अधिकांश लोगों को कब्ज होने की शिकायत होती है। ऐसे लोगों को चाहिए कि वे रात्रि भोजन के बाद पपीते का सेवन नियमित रूप से करते रहें। इससे सुबह दस्त साफ होता है तथा कब्ज दूर हो जाता है।
८) समय से पूर्व चेहरे पर झुर्रियां आना बुढ़ापे की निशानी है। अच्छे पके हुए पपीते के गूदे को उबटन की तरह चेहरे पर लगायें। आधा घंटा लगा रहने दें। जब वह सूख जाये तो गुनगुने पानी से चेहरा धो लें तथा मूंगफली के तेल से हल्के हाथ से चेहरे पर मालिश करें। ऐसा कम से कम एक माह तक नियमित करें।
९) नए जूते-चप्पल पहनने पर उसकी रगड़ लगने से पैरों में छाले हो जाते हैं। यदि इन पर कच्चे पपीते का रस लगाया जाए तो वे शीघ्र ठीक हो जाते हैं।
१०) पपीता वीर्यवर्ध्दक भी है। जिन पुरुषों को वीर्य कम बनता है और वीर्य में शुक्राणु भी कम हों, उन्हें नियमित रूप से पपीते का सेवन करना चाहिए।
११) हृदय रोगियों के लिए भी पपीता काफी लाभदायक होता है। अगर वे पपीते के पत्तों का काढ़ा बनाकर नियमित रूप से एक कप की मात्रा में रोज पीते हैं तो अतिशय लाभ होता है।

RHEUMATOID ARTHRITS: Information in Indian System of Medicine

Treatment in AYURVEDA


Ayurvedic name: Amavata

Due to the hypo-functioning of ushma (Agni), the first dhatu viz. the rasa or chyle, is not properly formed and the anna-rasa undergoes fermentation or putrefaction (dushta) being retained in the amashaya. This state of rasa is ‘Ama’ where the impaired vatadi doshas being mixed up with one another lead to the ama-dosha- According to Vagbhata (A .H. Su. 13/25).

The disease ‘amavata’ is formed due to such vitiated ama-doshas. ‘Madhav-nidana’ explains this disease descriptively.

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a long-term disease that leads to inflammation of the joints and surrounding tissues. It can also affect other organs.



Foods/habits incompatible with your constitution

Poor digestion Sedentary lifestyle Consuming too much fat
Preventive Measures

Don’ts (Apathyas)

Avoid Curd, fish, jaggery, milk, flour of mash (black gram)

Avoid dushit jala (contaminated water) Avoid viruddha bhojan (incompatible food), asatmya food, visham bhojan Avoid control of natural urges (vegavrodh), , Avoid heavy, slimy foods (pischhil). Health Promoting Tips

Do’s (Pathyas)

Food like Yava (barley), Kulattha (horse gram), Raktashali (rice), Vastuk

Fresh vegetable like shigru (drum sticks), punarnava, karvellak (bitter gourd), parawar, ardrak (ginger)Usage of hot water, rasona or ginger (shodhit with takra), Jangal mansa (meat).
Curative Herbs 

Guggulu (Commiphora wightii)

Nirgundi (Vitex negundo) Eranda (Ricinus communis) Shallaki (Boswellia serrata) Shunthi (Zingiber Officinalis) Guduchi (Tinospora corifolia Willd.) Shigru (Moringa oleifera) Rasna (Pluchea lanceolata) Rasona (Allium sativum) Prasarini (Paedaria foetida)

Treatment in UNANI


Wajaul Mafasil (Rheumatoid arthritis) is an inflammation of one or more joints associated with pain. It may be Balghami (phlegmatic) or Damavi (sanguine) and Murakkab (compound) acoording to predominance of Akhlat (humours).


 Predominance of Haar (hot) and Ratab (moist) Akhlat (humours) – Dam (blood),

Balgham (phelgm).Soo-e-Mizaj Azwi (Imbalance of temperament of organ).

Martoob Aab-o-Hawa (Humid climate).

Accumulation of Fasid Akhlaat (morbid humours) in blood due to Soo-e-Hazm


Infiaalat-e-Nafsania (Psychic influences).

Excessive intake of hot and moist food such as meat and dairy products.

Samn-e-Mufrat (Obesity).

Naqs-e- Taghzia (Deficient nutrition).

Kasrat-e-Sharab Noshi (Excessive consumption of alcohol).

Zarba-wa-Saqta (Injury).

Mauroosi (Hereditary).

Certain diseases affecting body immunity e.g. Aatshak (syphilis), Suzaak

(gonorrhoea), etc.

Preventive Measures

 Maintain body weight.

Avoid oily/fatty diets.

Maintain normal Ihtibas-o-Istifragh (retention and evacuation) through intake of

high fiber diet to regulate daily bowel movement.

Health Promoting Tips

 Do Riyazat (exercise) regularly as per instructions.

Adequate Naum (sleep).

Hijamah (cupping) is very beneficial. It decreases the inflammation of joints.

Curative Herbs 

Izkhar Lemon grass (Andropogon schaenar linn)

Arand root Castor (Ricinus communis Linn.)

Ajwain khurasani Henbane (Hyoscyamus alba Linn.)

Madar flower Madder (Calotropis gigantea (Linn.) Ait. f.)

Zanjabeel Ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe)

Suranjan talkh Colchicum (Colchicum luteum Bak.)

Joz masil Datura (Datura stramonium Linn.)

Asgand Withania (Withania somnifera (Linn.) Dun.)

Ispand Wild Rue (Peganum harmala Linn.)

Khulanjan Galangal (Alpinia galangal (Linn.)Willd.)

Biskhapra Hogweeds (Trianthema portulacastrum Linn.)

Tips to reduce High Blood Pressure Effectively & Quickly!


Salt is everywhere!  No matter what product you look at, you will find salt – hidden and not so hidden.  Because of this, we have become a society addicted to this rock.  The consequences of salt addiction can be detrimental to our health, unless we make the decision to protect our health and reduce the sodium in our diet.

 Many medical experts consider salt a primary contributor to high blood pressure, increased risk of stroke, heart disease and kidney failure. Sodium is necessary for optimal health – we only need 500 mg. per day!  The problem is, that we Americans consume an excess amount.  Sodium is necessary to regulate fluid balance, contract muscles, and conduct nerve impulses.  The recommended amount is no more than 2,400 mg. each day which equates to roughly 1 teaspoon of salt.  Most of us use three times this amount and over time can create health issues such as High Blood Pressure.

 Many of my clients suffer from high blood pressure, so it is vital to help them lower the sodium in their diet.  Having integrated the following tips into their daily lives, they are not only living healthier, they are living a better quality of life and they don’t miss the salt!

 Tips To Effectively Reduce Sodium

– Read food labels.  Reading a nutrition label will tell you exactly how much sodium you are consuming.

– Buy fresh foods.  Avoid sodium-ladened processed foods.

– Recipe calls for salt?  Cut the salt in half.

– Rinse your canned beans, canned vegetables and canned tuna.

– Avoid bacon, ham, pickles and olives.  These items are cured in salt and are loaded with sodium.

– Avoid meats packed in a marinade or sauce.

– Skip the cheese.  Cheese has a high amount of sodium – 1 cup of low-fat cottage cheese has 745 mg. per cup!

– Minimize or avoid instant foods such as pasta, soups, rice and cereals.

– Choose the labelled “Lower Salt” versions of  foods when grocery shopping.

– Eat out less.  Restaurants and fast food chain’s menu items are notoriously high in sodium.

– When eating out, don’t be shy about asking to have your food prepared without added salt.

– Buy low-sodium or salt-free condiments, sauces and marinades.

– When cooking, Replace salt with herbs and spices.  You can leave out salt and never miss it with added spices.

– Add salt at the end of cooking as salt flavour diminishes.  If you need to add salt, do it at the end of cooking.

– Lemon juice adds zest and freshness.  It does a great job of replacing salt.

– Don’t add salt to your food at the table – put the salt shaker away.

– Try a low-salt cookbook for many delicious low-salt recipes.

 Did you know that your taste for salt is acquired?  Your desire for salt is reversible.  By gradually decreasing  the salt in your diet, you will easily adjust to foods without salt.  Most people find that after only two weeks of lowered sodium in the diet, they begin to no longer miss it.

 By mindfully choosing to reduce your sodium or salt intake, you will create very large health benefits that will serve you for life.

ACIDITY: Effective & Popular Home Remedies

Acidity_AIM Wellness

If you are suffering from gastritis, then clove acts as the wonder drug to get you rid of this sensation. Just chew say about two cloves and slightly bite them so that juices keep oozing out. Soon, the problem will vanish.

Cumin seeds
Take say about a teaspoon of cumin seeds and then roast them. After roasting, crush them in such a manner that they don’t become powder. Now, add this to a glass of water and have it with every meal you take. It does wonders.

Jaggery can help a lot in treating heartburn and acidity. Consume a small lump and allow it to get dissolved in your mouth to get relief from acidity. But, this remedy should not be tried by people who have diabetes.

Raita prepared with curd and added with ingredients like grated cucumber and coriander will surely aid in digestion and help eliminate acidity.

Basil leaves
Basil leaves are popular for their medicinal properties. Chewing say around 5-6 basil leaves relieves acidity to a lot of extent. One can also make a blend of crushed basil leaves and dried leaves which can be consumed with water or tea or simply be swallowed.

A yet another simple and most easy homemade remedy to treat acidity is consuming buttermilk mixed with a little say about ½ teaspoon of black pepper powder.

It is also a good idea to drink fresh mint juice or chew raw mint leaves after meals everyday to keep acidity and indigestion away from you.

Ginger is considered as a cure-all herb as it helps in treating so many different kinds of conditions. Consume just the right amount of ginger about half an hour before each meal and feel the difference.

Milk is a drink that consists of a large amount of calcium which helps in preventing build-up of stomach acid. So, drink a glass of milk after your meal to soothe your stomach after having a spicy meal.

Vanilla ice cream
Yes, gorging a cup of your favourite vanilla ice cream not just savours your sweet tooth but also helps combat gastritis. This is an easy home remedy to fight acidity.

Diabetes: Information in Indian System of Medicine



Ayurvedic Name: Madhumeha

Diabetes (Madhumeha) is a metabolic syndrome that interferes with the body’s ability to process carbohydrates and sugar into fuel. It is characterized by high blood glucose levels.


Hereditary proneness (Beeja Dosha)

Excessive intake of freshly harvested food articles

Sleeping for long time specially during day time

Environmental toxins, autoimmune disorders

Intake of freshly prepared alcoholic drinks

Excessive intake of sweet/starch

Indulging in extra luxuries, laziness

Sedentary occupation

Lack of exercise

All Kapha aggravating factors

Manas Hetu : Strain, stress, worries, grief, anger, anxiety, fear, depression

Preventive Measures

Don’ts (Apathyas) – Excess use of following should be avoided:

Alcohol, milk, oil, ghee, flour, syrups, curd

Amla, madhura, lavana rasa pradhana dravyas

Naveena Anna (Freshly harvested grains)

Ikshu rasa (Sugarcane juice)

Guda (Jaggery)

Meat of animal which are living in water

Sedentary life style

Divaswapan (Day sleep)

Supression of urine


Riding & walking for long time (Exertion)

Health Promoting Tips

Do’s (Pathyas)

Diet to be promoted:

Take low fat diet

Barley wheat

Fruit and leaf of patola, shigru, karavellaka

Lifestyle to be adopted:

Morning walk

light exercise

Yoga – Shavasan, Pranayam


Curative Herbs

Methi (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.)

Bimbi (Coccinia indica Wight. & Arn.)

Gudamar (Gymnema sylvestre (Retz.) R.Br. ex Schult.)

Jambu (Syzygium cumini L.)

Karavellaka (Momordica charantia L.)

Udumbara (Ficus glomerata Roxb.)

Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia (Willd.) Hook.f. & Thoms. )

Triphala (Myrobalans)




Diabetes is a chronic disease, which occurs when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin, or when the body cannot effectively use the insulin it produces. This leads to an increased concentration of glucose in the blood (hyperglycemia).

Type 1 diabetes (previously known as insulin – dependent or childhood onset diabetes) is characterized by a lack of insulin production.

Type 2 diabetes (previously known as non – insulin dependent or adult onset diabetes) is caused by the body’s ineffective use of insulin.

Gestational diabetes is hyperglycemia that is first recognized during pregnancy.


Primary Diabetes Mellitus (Type 1 or Insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM))

– Juvenile onset.

– Associated with autoimmune disorders

– Resulting in destruction of pancreatic islet cells by anti – islet cell antibodies.

– Association with HLA-DR3 and HLA- DR4 (Human Leucocytic antigen)

Type 2 or Non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM):

– Exact cause is not known.

– Predisposing causes like obesity, sedentary life style

– Familial predisposition

– Ageing i.e. Maturity onset diabetes of young (MODY)

– High calorie diet

– Pregnancy

– Physical and mental stress

Associated with endocrine disorders, Acromegaly, Cushing’s syndrome, Thyrotoxicosis, Phaeochromocytoma, Chronic pancreatitis etc.


Pancreatic destruction due to excessive iron accumulation.

Iatrogenic – Steroids, Contraceptive pills, Thiazide diuretics etc.

Preventive Measures

Sugar levels to be checked every six months, or as advised by the consulting physician.

Avoid fried, sweets and fast foods.

Avoid mental stress. It is a known aggravating factor for diabetes.

Rather than taking 3 large meals, try eating small meals frequently.

Exercise daily for at least 30 minutes. (If you are a heart patient, you must ask your doctor for the exercises you should or you should not).

Health Promoting Tips

Relaxation techniques to avoid undue stress.

Regular exercise regimen and balanced diet which is low in carbohydrates and contain vitamins and minerals

Routine medical check ups to avoid complications



Ziabetus (diabetes) is a condition characterized by “Abnormal increase appetite and collapse of sexual function in association with Atash-e-Mufrit (polydypsia), Kasrat-e- Baul (polyuria) and weakness in body.


Soo-e-Mizaj (deranged temperament) of certain organs. This may be Soo-e-Mizaj Saadah or Maaddi due to this Soo-e-Mizaj (deranged temperament), functions of certain organs like Kabid (Liver), Me’da (stomach), Masaareeqa (Mesenteries), Baanqaraas (Pancreas) and Kuliyah (Kidney) are affected.



Excessive use of alcohol.

Infaalat-e Nafsania (psychological functions) e.g. stress, worries & emotion.

Negative emotions and fear.

Preventive Measures

Follow measures of Asbab-e-Sitta Zarooriya (six essentials factors) of healthy  lifestyle should be practiced accordingly.

Maintain regular aerobic exercise for required period.

Should follow diabetic diet chart for specific calories.

Quit smoking as it increases the risk.

Avoid consumption of alcohol.

Avoid stress and strain.

Avoid sedentary lifestyle.

Health Promoting Tips

Take meals at short intervals instead of three large meals a day.

Perform vigorous exercise once a week.

Avoid stress and fear.

Sleep 7-8 hours at night.

Special attention should be given to the hygiene of feet.

Maintain your weight according to age, sex and height.

Lifestyle modifications and health education can minimize the risk of diabetes.

Curative Herbs

Kernel of Jamun Jambolan plum (Syzygium cuminii Linn.)

Kernel of Binola Levant cotton (Gossypium herbaceum Linn.)

Falsa Phalsa (Grewia asiatica Linn.)

Bark of Karela Bitter gourd (Momordica charantia Linn.)

Tender shoot of Neem Margo (Azadirachta indica A. Juss.)

Leaves of Belgiri Bengal quince (Aegle marmelos Correa ex Roxb.

Hulba Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graceum)

Kalonji Black cumin (Nigella sativa Linn.)



Neerizhivu (Diabetes mellitus) is defined as disease of metabolism (metabolic disorder), in which sugar is present in large amount in the blood and is excreted often in the urine. Due to derangement of Pitham Bio combustion is challenged leading to Neerizhuvu. Types of diabetes are as follows:

1) Insulin dependent (IDDM)

2) Non dependant (NIDDM)

3) Gestational



Sedentary life style

Genetic factor

Over eating

Intake of heavy sweets and carbohydrates

Lack of exercise

Day time sleep

Mental stress

Lack of seriousness

Repeated infections

Preventive Measures


Siddha advocates specific dietary and life style changes for Neerizhvu (Diabetes


Diet must be moderate with regular intervals.

Fiber rich food is advised and hence lot of vegetables such as brinjal, cu-cumber,

lady’s finger, green tomatoes, plantain flower, drumsticks, cabbage, spinach and

green leafy vegetables can be taken.

Milk products can also be taken in moderation to maintain the normal health of the


When there is diarrhea, athippinju (tender fruit of Ficus racemosa), mam-paruppu

(seed of Mangifera indica) and sundaikkai (Solanum torvum) to be given.

Don’t’s & Avoid

Over eating

Sweet, cold, unctuous food, milk products etc.

Fried food.

Preserved and canned food.

Alcohol should be avoided.

Yoga should be practiced (Yoga mudra,Vakrasanam,Patchi mothan asanam)

Curative Herbs

Avarai (Cassia curiculata)

Konraiver (Root of Cassia fistula)

Naval (Syzygium cuminni)

Kadal azhhlinjal (Salacia oblonga)

Sirukurinjan (Gymnema sylvestre)

Maruthampattai (Bark of Terminalia arjuna)

Kadukkai (Terminalia chebula)

Vilaver (Root of Aegle marmalos)

Seenthil (Tinospora cordifolia)

Santhanum (Santalum album)

Thamarai mottu (Bud of Nelumbo nu-cifera)

Korai kizhangu (Cyperes rotundus)