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    GAJAR Name in different languages:

    GAJAR English Name      : Carrot

    GAJAR Hindi Name         : Gajar, Gajra

    GAJAR Latin name         : Daucus carota Linn.

    GAJAR Urdu Name         : Gajar

    GAJAR Arabic Name       : Jazar, Istufleen, Nahshal, Subaat’iyya

    GAJAR Bengali Name      : Gajar

    GAJAR Chinese Name     : Hu luo bo

    GAJAR French Name       : Carotte cultivé

    GAJAR German Name     : Karotte, Möhre

    GAJAR Gujarati Name     : Gajar

    GAJAR Kannada Name    : Gajjari

    GAJAR Kashmiri Name    : Gazer, Gazaer

    GAJAR Marathi Name      : Gajar

    GAJAR Persian Name      : Gazar, Zardak

    GAJAR Punjabi Name      : Gajar

    GAJAR Sanskrit Name     : Garjara, Shekhamulama



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  • Dalchini – दालचीनी – Cinnamon Bark – Cinnamomum zeylanicum

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    Dalchini or Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark of genus Cinnamomum Tree. Dalchini as a spice is widely used as ingredient sweet and savoury dishes, breakfast cereals, snackfoods, tea and traditional foods.

    Dalchini Name in different languages:

    Dalchini English Name    : Cinnamon Bark

    Dalchini Hindi Name       : Dalchini, Daruchini, Darchini

    Dalchini Latin name        : Cinnamomum zeylanicum Blume.

    Dalchini Urdu Name        : Darchini

    Dalchini Arabic Name      : Dar Seenee, Qirfa

    Dalchini Bengali Name     : Dalchini, Daruchini

    Dalchini Chinese Name    : Jou kuei, Gui zhi

    Dalchini French Name      : Cannelle

    Dalchini German Name    : Ceylon-Zimt, Kaneelbaum Cinnamomum zeylanicum Blume

    Dalchini Gujarati Name    : Dalchini

    Dalchini Kannada Name   : Dalchini

    Dalchini Marathi Name     : Dalchini

    Dalchini Persian Name     : Darchini

    Dalchini Punjabi Name     : Dalchini, Darchini

    Dalchini Sanskrit Name    : Tvak, Bhringa



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  • Daru Haldi – दारू हल्दी – Indian Barberry – Berberis aristata

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    Daru Haldi – दारू हल्दी – Indian Barberry – Berberis aristata.

    Daru Haldi Name In Different Languages:

    Daru Haldi English Name      : Indian Barberry

    Daru Haldi Hindi Name         : Rasaut (Root Bark Extract), Darhald (Root), Zarishk (Berries)

    Daru Haldi Latin name          : Berberis aristata DC.

    Daru Haldi Urdu Name          : Rassaut (Root Bark Extract), Darhald (Root), Zarishk (Berries), Sumblo

    Daru Haldi Arabic Name        : Ameerbaarees, Barbarees (Root), Zarashk, Zirishk (Berries)

    Daru Haldi Bengali Name      : Rasanjan, Darhaldi, Daruhaldi

    Daru Haldi Gujarati Name     : Rasvanti, Daruharidra

    Daru Haldi Kannada Name    : Rasajan, Mard Risin

    Daru Haldi Marathi Name      : Rasvat, Daruhalad

    Daru Haldi Persian Name      : Filzahrah (Root), Zarishk (Berries)

    Daru Haldi Sanskrit Name     : Daruharidra, Daruhaldi, Darvi



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  • Dhaga Mishri – धागा मिश्री – Rock Sugar – Rock Candy

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    Dhaga Mishri – धागा मिश्री – Rock Sugar – Rock Candy.

    Dhaga Mishri English name   – Rock Sugar

    Dhaga Mishri Hindi name      – Dhaga Mishri

    Dhaga Mishri Latin name      – Rock Candy


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  • Gangeran chhal – Grewia tenax – Phalgu or Dhaman

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    Gangren chhal | Phalgu or Dhaman

    Scientific name: Grewia tenax | Family: Malvaceae


    Ayurvedic Property Description
    Rasa (taste) Madhura (sweet), Amla (sour)
    Guna (qualities) Guru (heavy), Snigdha (unctuous, oily)
    Virya (potency) Sheeta (cold)
    Vipaka (post-digestive effect) Madhura (sweet)
    Dosha Effect Balances Pitta and Kapha, increases Vata in excess



    Active Compound Benefits
    Flavonoids (kaempferol, quercetin, myricetin, and rutin) Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immune-boosting properties
    Triterpenoids (ursolic acid, oleanolic acid, and betulinic acid) Anti-inflammatory, antitumor, and hepatoprotective properties
    Phenolic compounds (gallic acid, catechin, epicatechin, and ellagic acid) Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer properties
    Vitamins (ascorbic acid, carotenoids, and tocopherols) Antioxidant, immune-boosting, and anti-aging properties
    Fatty acids (linoleic acid, oleic acid, and stearic acid) Anti-inflammatory and skin-protective properties
    Minerals (calcium, potassium, magnesium, and iron) Essential for maintaining healthy bones, muscles, nerves, and blood cells
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  • Kachi khand (Organic) – कच्ची खांड – Candy sugar – Desi Khand

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    Khandsari sugar, Kachchi Khand is typically brown or golden in color, Cold in Potency and has a granular texture. It is commonly used in Indian cuisine to sweeten desserts and beverages, and is also used in the production of traditional medicines.

    In recent years, there has been a growing interest in Khandsari sugar as a healthier alternative to refined sugar. It is believed to be more nutritious and contain more minerals and antioxidants than refined sugar, and it has a lower glycemic index, which means that it does not cause a rapid spike in blood sugar levels.

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  • Kulthi Dal (Organic) – कुल्थी दाल – Horse Gram – Dolichos biflorus

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    Kulthi dal, also known as horse gram, is a type of legume that is commonly used in Indian cuisine. It has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for its various health benefits. Here are some Ayurvedic properties and benefits of kulthi dal:

    Ayurvedic Properties:

    • Rasa (Taste): Pungent, Astringent
    • Virya (Energy): Heating
    • Vipaka: Pungent
    • Guna (Quality): Light, Dry

    Ayurvedic Benefits:

    • Weight Loss: Kulthi dal is low in calories and high in protein, making it an ideal food for weight loss.
    • Digestive Health: Kulthi dal is considered a digestive stimulant and may help alleviate digestive issues like constipation and diarrhea.
    • Kidney Health: Kulthi dal is considered a diuretic and may help improve kidney function and prevent kidney stones.
    • Diabetes Management: Kulthi dal may help regulate blood sugar levels and can be beneficial for people with diabetes.
    • Respiratory Health: Kulthi dal is used in Ayurveda to treat respiratory conditions like asthma, bronchitis, and coughs.
    • Skin Health: Kulthi dal is used in Ayurveda to treat skin conditions like acne and eczema.

    Note: The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or taking any medications.

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  • Sugar Badam – शुगर बादाम – Diabetes Almond – Swietenia Macrophylla

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    Sugar Badam is also known as Sugar Badam Kadwa, Samundari Badam, Miracle Fruit, Sky Fruit, King Fruit, Diabetes Bitter Almonds, Samundari Badam, Miracle Fruit, Sky Fruit, King Fruit.

    Suagr Badam Name in different languages:

    Suagr Badam in English           –             Sweet almond

    Suagr Badam in Hindi              –             Baadam (Meetha)

    Suagr Badam in Latin              –             Prunus amygdalsu

    Suagr Badam in Sanskrit          –             Vatad (Madhur), Vatabh, Vatbeeri, Netropam phal

    Suagr Badam in Marathi           –             Baadam

    Suagr Badam in Gujrati            –             Baadam

    Suagr Badam in Bengali           –             Bilayati baadam


    Sweet almond is heavy, smooth, sweet, hot and stimulant. It brings the stool out easily. It is expectorant. It increases the bile and urine. Sweet almond enhances sperm count, body strength and vigour. It also increases breast milk and regulates disturbed menstrual excretion. It makes the nerves-system strong. Sweet almond is used in the cases of vattadisorders, weaknesses of nerve and brain, dyspepsia, cough caused by Vatta, anuria and dysuria, white leucorrhoea and dysmenorrhoea.


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