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  • Jaiphal – जायफल – Nutmeg – Myristica fragrans

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    Jaiphal – जैफल – Nutmeg – Myristica fragrans.

    Jaiphal in  In Different Languages:

    Jaiphal in English Name    : Nutmeg & Mace

    Jaiphal in Hindi Name       : Jaiphal & Jawitri

    Jaiphal in Latin name        : Myristica fragrans Houtt.

    Jaiphal in Urdu Name        : Jaiphal & Jawitri

    Jaiphal in Arabic Name      : Jawz Bawwaa & Bisbasa

    Jaiphal in Bengali Name     : Jaiphal & Jaitri

    Jaiphal in French Name      : Muscadier & Macis

    Jaiphal in German Name    : Muskatnussbaum & Muskatblüte

    Jaiphal in Gujarati Name    : Jaiphal & Jawitri

    Jaiphal in Kannada Name   : Jajikai & Jaipatri

    Jaiphal in Kashmiri Name   : Jafal

    Jaiphal in Marathi Name     : Jaiphal & Jawitri

    Jaiphal in Persian Name     : Gauzbua & Bazbaaz

    Jaiphal in Punjabi Name     : Jaiphal & Jawitri

    Jaiphal in Sanskrit Name    : Jatiphalam & Jatipatri


    1. “Nutmeg is a spice derived from the seed of the nutmeg tree (Myristica fragrans), and is commonly used in cooking and baking.”
    2. “Nutmeg is a rich source of essential oils, including monoterpenes, sesquiterpenes, and terpenoids, which give it a warm, sweet, and slightly bitter flavor.”
    3. “The spice is known to have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, making it useful for treating pain, swelling, and discomfort.”
    4. “Nutmeg has been used traditionally as a natural remedy for digestive problems, such as nausea, bloating, and indigestion.”
    5. “Studies have shown that nutmeg has the potential to boost cognitive function, as it is believed to enhance memory and concentration.”
    6. “Nutmeg has been used as a natural remedy for insomnia and other sleep-related disorders, as it has a calming effect on the body and mind.”
    7. “The essential oils found in nutmeg have antifungal and antibacterial properties, making it useful for treating various skin infections and conditions.”
    8. “Nutmeg is also known to possess anti-tumor properties, and has been used as a natural remedy for certain types of cancer.”
    9. “Nutmeg is rich in antioxidants, which help to protect the body against oxidative stress and damage caused by free radicals.”
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  • Jamalgota – जमालघोटा – Purging Croton – Croton Tiglium

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    Jamal ghota – जमालघोटा – Purging Croton – Croton Tiglium.

    Name in different languages:

    Sanskrit Jaipal.
    Hindi Jamagalpa
    English Paragraphic Croton
    flag Jamagalpa
    Gujarati Nepalese
    Bengali Jaipal.
    Latin Croton tiglium.

    In India, Jamalgota is grown in the gardens of Punjab, Assam, Bengal and South India, they grow automatically too. It is originally born in China. Jamal Gota trees are taller than 4.5 m to 6 m, like evergreen trees. Its leaves range from 2 to 4 inches long and thin, notched, smooth with 3 to 5 veins, which become light yellow on drying. Its flowers are small and white in the flowers. The fruits of Jamal Gota are divided into three parts, rectangular, about one inch in length of white color. Seeds are about half an inch long, elliptical, almond brown, easy to remove the cover. Jamal Gota yields three seeds. Flowers bloom in the month of summer and the fruits take place in the winter months.


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  • Jamun Guthali – जामुन घुटली – Eugenia Jambolana – syzygium cumini

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    Jamun Guthali – जामुन घुटली – Eugenia Jambolana – syzygium cumini

    Jamun Guthli In different Language 

    Jamun Guthli in English name  – Eugenia Jambolana Seeds

    Jamun Guthli in Hindi name     – Jamun Guthali

    Jamun Guthli in Latin name     – syzygium cumini

    1. Hindi: Jamun, Jambul
    2. Bengali: Jam
    3. Marathi: Jambhool
    4. Tamil: Neredu
    5. Telugu: Neredu
    6. Kannada: Neredu
    7. Malayalam: Njaval
    8. Indonesian: Jambu air
    9. Thai: Ma-praang
    10. Chinese: Hong-zao

    Jamun Guthali is helpful for diabetic patients. Since Jamun seed posses antioxidant property so, this Jamun Guthli powder protects pancreatic beta cells from oxidative stress. Chemically Jamun seeds contain quercetin, gallic acid, and ellagic acid which are known antioxidants.

    Key Benefits:

    • Jamun relieves stomach pain and is a carminative
    • Anti-scorbutic and diuretic
    • Beneficial in reducing enlargement of spleen
    • Treats diarrhoea
    • Helpful in urine retention problems

    Directions For Use:
    As directed by the physician

    Safety Information:

    • Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct heat and sunlight


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  • Jatamasi – जटामासी – Musk Root – Nardostachys

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    Jatamasi – जटामासी – Musk Root – Nardostachys.

    Jatamasi English Name     : Musk Root, Indian Spikenard

    Jatamasi Hindi Name        : Balcharr, Charr, Jatamashi

    Jatamasi Latin name         : Nardostachys

    Jatamasi Urdu Name         : Balcharr, Sumbul-ut-teeb

    Jatamasi Sanskrit Name    : Jatamansi, Mansi, Jata, Jatila

    Jatamasi Arabic Name       : Sunbul, Sunbul al-teeb, Sunbul Hindee, Sunbul al-’asaafeer, Nardeen

    Jatamasi Bengali Name      : Jatamamsi

    Jatamasi Chinese Name     : Gan song

    Jatamasi French Name       : Nard Indien

    Jatamasi German Name     : Achte Narde, Moschuswurzel, Sumbulwurzel

    Jatamasi Gujarati Name     : Baalchad, Kalichad, Jatamasi

    Jatamasi Kannada Name    : Bhootajata, Ganagila maste

    Jatamasi Kashmiri Name    : Bhut-jaat, Bhutijatt

    Jatamasi Marathi Name      : Jatamansi

    Jatamasi Persian Name      : Sumbul Hindi, Narde Hindi, Reshahwala

    Jatamasi Punjabi Name      : Balchhar, Chharguddi



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  • Jatamasi (Medicinal) – जटामासी – Musk Root – Nardostachys

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    Jatamansi is used to treat a variety of conditions, including anxiety, depression, insomnia, and digestive issues. It is also used as a natural remedy for headaches, skin problems, and menstrual disorders.


    Ayurvedic Property Description
    Rasa (Taste) Bitter, sweet, astringent
    Guna (Quality) Heavy, oily
    Virya (Potency) Cooling
    Vipaka (Post-digestive effect) Sweet
    Dosha effect Balances Pitta and Kapha doshas; may aggravate Vata dosha in excess
    Dhatu (Tissue) Nervous tissue (Majja dhatu), plasma (Rasa dhatu)
    Srotas (Channels) Nervous system, digestive system, respiratory system
    Karma (Actions) Calming, grounding, sedative, anti-inflammatory, digestive stimulant, nervine, cardiac tonic



    Active Compound Potential Benefits
    Valerianic acid Sedative, anxiolytic, anti-inflammatory
    Jatamansone Sedative, anxiolytic, anticonvulsant, neuroprotective
    Nardosinone Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, hepatoprotective
    Nardostachone Sedative, anxiolytic, anticonvulsant, neuroprotective
    B-Asarone Sedative, anxiolytic, anti-inflammatory, hepatoprotective
    Calarene Anticonvulsant, neuroprotective


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  • Javitri – जावित्री – Mace – Myristica fragrans

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    In Ayurvedic medicine, mace (also known as “Javitri”) is used for its various health benefits. Here are some of the potential benefits of mace:

    1. Supports digestive health: Mace is believed to have a positive effect on the digestive system and may help promote healthy digestion.
    2. May have anti-inflammatory effects: Some studies have found that mace has anti-inflammatory properties and may help reduce inflammation in the body.
    3. Supports healthy skin: Mace is used in various Ayurvedic skin care products due to its ability to promote healthy skin.
    4. Supports respiratory health: It is believed to have a positive effect on the respiratory system and may help support respiratory health.
    5. Supports the nervous system: Mace is believed to have a positive effect on the nervous system and may help support nerve function.
    6. May have antifungal properties: Some studies have found that mace has antifungal properties and may help prevent the growth of fungi.
    1. Hindi: Javitri
    2. Bengali: Jaiphal
    3. Marathi: Jayaphal
    4. Tamil: Japathri
    5. Telugu: Japathri
    6. Kannada: Japatri
    7. Malayalam: Jathipathri
    8. Persian: Jafari
    9. Sanskrit: Jatiphala
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  • Jawakhar – जवाखार – Potassium Carbonate

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    Jawakhar – जवाखार – Potassium Carbonate – Yawakshar

    Jawakhar in Hindi name    – Jawakhar

    Jawakhar in Latin name    – Potassium Carbonate


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    Useful in various diseases :

    1. Malaria fever : Grind 3 grams of jawakhar, powder of Peep and grind 3 grams by mixing it in jawakhar and making small amounts of equal size tablets. Take one tablet with hot water in the morning and evening.

    2. Kidney Disease:

    •          Combine both garlic and sugar in 2-2 grams. By grinding it with water, the stone breaks down and breaks down with urination. This mixture is relaxed every morning and evening.
    • Mix 5 grams of jackfruit in 250 ml of cow’s milk and drink it morning and evening and kidney stone is finished

    3. Liver disease: Consumption of jawakhar with whey provides relief from liver disease.

    4. Disease of mouth: Add jamkhar, five salt and honey and apply it on tongue, lips and throat bark. With this all the diseases of the mouth are cured.


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  • Jeera Safed- सफ़ेद जीरा – Cumin Seeds – Cuminum Cyminum

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    Jeera, also known as cumin seeds, is a small, elongated, and pale brown spice that is commonly used in cooking in various cuisines around the world, particularly in Indian, Middle Eastern, and Mexican cuisine. It has a warm, earthy, and slightly bitter flavor that adds depth and complexity to dishes. Jeera is a rich source of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals and has several health benefits, as mentioned Below. Jeera can be used as a whole spice or ground into a powder and can be added to a wide range of dishes, including soups, stews, curries, rice dishes, and salads. It is a versatile spice that can be used to enhance the flavor and nutritional value of many different types of food.

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  • Unnab ber – उन्नाब बेर – Jujube Fruit – Ziziphus jujuba

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    Jujube (Unnab in Ayurveda), Scientific Name: Ziziphus jujuba. Family: Rhamnaceae

    Native Region: Jujube is native to China, but is now widely cultivated throughout the world, including in India, the Middle East, and North America.

    Parts Used: Fruit, seeds, leaves, bark (This is Fruit)

    Ayurvedic Properties:

    • Rasa (taste): Sweet, sour
    • Guna (quality): Light, dry
    • Virya (potency): Cooling
    • Vipaka (post-digestive effect): Sweet
    • Doshas: Pacifies Vata and Pitta doshas

    Ayurvedic Uses:

    • Improves digestion
    • Boosts immunity
    • Helps manage stress and anxiety
    • Supports heart health
    • Promotes skin health
    • Helps regulate blood sugar levels
    • Improves bone health
    • Provides relief from respiratory problems
    • Promotes healthy hair
    • Supports liver health
    • Provides relief from menstrual cramps
    • Helps to reduce inflammation
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