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Herbs

 
 
     
 

 

Indian Herbs are ethnic ingredients of staple Indian foods. Despite adding flavor to the rich cuisines, they exhibit incredible health benefits. Indian Herbs from the country India, have always been prevalent to the culture and history of India. According to Ayurveda, “Indian herbs are a significant part of the history of Ayurveda, the system of traditional medicine which is now popularly called alternative medicine.” Indian herbs are known for their medicinal properties. These medicinal herbs have been used since times immemorial. Even the ancient Indian text “Atharva Veda” mentions several medicinal herbs and their benefits. In modern times too, people are increasingly turning to medicinal herbs as a source of alternative therapy. One of the major benefits of medicinal herbs is that they have no major side effects. According to Ayurveda, Henna, Rhubarb, Liquorice, Psyllium Husk, Guggul, Sarsaparilla, Ginger-root, Aloe, Sandalwood and Basil, are a few of the many herbs used by the Indian culture of healing.  Indian herbs that have become popular to Western culture, include turmeric, commonly used for the treatment of infections and boils and Kava-Kava, Some of the noted healing properties of Indian Herbs include, but are not limited to, abortifacients, analgesics, antiasthmatic, antibacterials, anti-inflammatories and antioxidants.


  • Senna Leaves
  • Senna Pods
  • Tabashir
  • Passiflora Herbs
  • Psyllium Seeds & Husk
  • Soap Nuts
  • Lotus Leaves
  • Henna Powder & Leaves
  • Valerian Roots
  • Pasoraelea Semen
  • Neem Seeds & Leaves
  • Papaya Leaves
  • Centella Asiatica
  • Curcuma Zesdoaria
  • Ambret Seeds
  • Indigo Leaves
  • Glangal Roots
  • Coleous Forskoli
  • Annato Seeds
  • Alios
  • Curcuma Longa Roots
  • Gymnema Leaves
  • Viburnum Bark
  • Cassiatora Seeds
  • Gum Karaya
  • Amla
  • Halim Seeds
  • Myrabolam
  • Tukhmaria
  • Acorus Calamus Roots
  • Gallnuts