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  • Behman Lal – बहमन लाल – Red Sage – Salvia haematodes Linn

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    Behman Lal – बहमन लाल – Red Sage – Salvia haematodes Linn.

    Behman Lal Name in different languages:

    Behman Lal English Name     : Red Sage, Garden Sage, Dalmation Sage, Common Sage

    Behman Lal Hindi Name        : Lal Bahaman बहमन लाल

    Behman Lal Latin name         : Salvia haematodes Linn.

    Behman Lal Urdu Name         : Behman Surkh

    Behman Lal Arabic Name       : Naa’ima, Saalbiya, Saalfiyaa, Bahman Abyad

    Behman Lal Bengali Name      : Lal Behman

    Behman Lal Chinese Name     : Dan shen

    Behman Lal French Name       : Sauge Rouge

    Behman Lal German Name     : Wiesensalbei

    Behman Lal Persian Name      : Behman Surkh



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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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  • Gulab Petal(patti) – गुलाब पत्ती – Dry Rose Petal – Rosa Gallica

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    Ayurvedic Classification Description
    Rasa (taste) Sweet, astringent, and bitter
    Guna (qualities) Light, dry, and cool
    Virya (potency) Cooling
    Vipaka (post-digestive effect) Sweet
    Dosha effect Balances Pitta and Vata doshas
    Karma (actions) Cooling, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, rejuvenative, and mild laxative
    Dhatu (tissue) affinity Works primarily on the blood, skin, and reproductive tissues
    Srotas (channel) affinity Works primarily on the digestive, circulatory, and reproductive channels
    Prabhava (special effect) Promotes a calm and soothing effect on the mind and emotions


    Active Compound Benefits
    Flavonoids (e.g. kaempferol, quercetin) Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-cancer properties
    Tannins Astringent and anti-inflammatory properties
    Anthocyanins (e.g. cyanidin, pelargonidin) Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-cancer properties
    Carotenoids (e.g. beta-carotene) Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties
    Vitamins (e.g. vitamin C) Antioxidant and immune-boosting properties
    Essential oils (e.g. geraniol, citronellol) Anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and anti-anxiety properties
    Beta-sitosterol Anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and cholesterol-lowering properties
    Gallic acid Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties


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  • Kulanjan Root – कुलंजन – Colic Root – Alpinia Galanga

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    Kulanjan Root   |  Other Names: Galangal Root, Greater Galangal, Siamese Ginger

    Scientific Name: Alpinia galanga


    Property Ayurvedic Name
    Rasa (taste) Katu (pungent), Tikta (bitter)
    Guna (quality) Laghu (light), Ruksha (dry)
    Virya (potency) Ushna (hot)
    Vipaka (post-digestive effect) Katu (pungent)
    Doshas (effect on humors) Balances Kapha and Vata doshas, may increase Pitta dosha in excess

    Ayurvedic Uses:

    • Digestive health: Stimulates digestion, reduces bloating, gas, and indigestion
    • Anti-inflammatory effects: Reduces inflammation and pain, beneficial for arthritis and other inflammatory conditions
    • Respiratory health: Improves respiratory health, relieves symptoms of coughs, colds, and bronchitis
    • Immune system support: Supports immune system, protects against infections and illnesses
    • Skin health: Protects the skin from damage, promotes healthy skin
    • Cognitive function: Enhances cognitive function, improves memory
    • Menstrual health: Regulates menstrual cycle, reduces menstrual pain and irregularities, relieves symptoms of PMS
    • Cardiovascular health: Improves blood circulation, reduces risk of heart disease, lowers cholesterol levels and blood pressure
    • Anti-cancer effects: May help protect against certain types of cancer
    • Anti-aging effects: Protects against age-related damage, improves skin elasticity, reduces appearance of wrinkles
    • Weight loss: Promotes weight loss, increases metabolism, reduces appetite


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  • Kunja mishri – कुंजा मिश्री – Mishri balls – Rock candy

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    Ayurvedic Name  Kunja Mishri or Kumbh Shakkar
    Properties Balances Vata and Pitta doshas, boosts immunity and energy levels, supports respiratory health, promotes healthy digestion and metabolism
    Nutritional Value Contains calcium, iron, potassium
    Uses Sweetener in cooking and beverages, used in Ayurvedic medicine for its health benefits
    Precautions Excessive consumption of any type of sugar can have negative health effects

    Ayurvedic Benefits :

    1. Helps to balance Vata and Pitta doshas
    2. Boosts immunity and energy levels
    3. Supports respiratory health
    4. Promotes healthy digestion and metabolism
    5. Helps to soothe sore throat and cough


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  • Lal Chandan Powder – लाल चंदन – Red Sandalwood Powder – Pterocarpus santalinus

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    Red sandalwood powder has been used for centuries in traditional Ayurvedic medicine as a natural remedy for various health and beauty conditions. Red sandalwood powder has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and astringent properties, making it a popular ingredient in skincare, hair care, and medicinal products. It can help to soothe and brighten the skin, reduce acne and dark spots, promote hair growth, and relieve sunburn and inflammatory conditions. Red sandalwood powder is also used in aromatherapy and meditation practices for its calming and grounding effects on the mind. It is often combined with other natural ingredients, such as turmeric, honey, and milk, to create face masks and other skincare products. Red sandalwood powder is considered safe and gentle for most skin types.

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  • Majith – Manjistha – Indian Madder – Rubia cordifolia

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    Manjistha is classified as a bitter, astringent, sweet, and cooling herb. It is believed to have a balancing effect on the Pitta and Kapha doshas, while increasing Vata dosha.


    Ayurvedic classification of Manjistha (Rubia cordifolia):

    Ayurvedic Classification Description
    Rasa (taste) Astringent, bitter, and sweet
    Guna (qualities) Heavy, dry, and cold
    Virya (potency) Cooling
    Vipaka (post-digestive effect) Sweet
    Dosha effect Pacifies Pitta and Kapha doshas
    Karma (actions) Blood purifier, detoxifying, diuretic, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant
    Dhatu (tissue) affinity Works primarily on the blood and lymphatic tissues
    Srotas (channel) affinity Works primarily on the circulatory and lymphatic channels
    Prabhava (special effect) Purifies and cools the blood, supports healthy skin, and promotes overall detoxification


    Active compounds and their benefits found in manjistha (Rubia cordifolia):

    Active Compound Benefits
    Anthraquinones (alizarin, purpurin, and munjistin) Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antimicrobial properties
    Tannins Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and wound-healing properties
    Flavonoids (quercetin, kaempferol, and rutin) Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-cancer properties
    Xanthones Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-cancer properties
    Glycosides Cardio-protective, hepatoprotective, and immune-boosting properties
    Betaine Liver-protective and anti-inflammatory properties
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  • Mastagi Rumi – मस्तगी रूमी – Mastic Gum – Pistacia lentiscus

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    Our mastic gum is carefully harvested and processed to ensure maximum purity and potency, providing you with a natural and effective way to support your overall health and wellbeing.
    Our mastic gum is rich in antioxidants and has been shown to have powerful anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It may help to promote digestive health, support oral health, and improve respiratory function. Our mastic gum is also known for its potential cholesterol-lowering effects and blood sugar regulating properties, making it a great supplement for those looking to maintain healthy cholesterol and blood sugar levels.

    Our mastic gum is 100% natural and free from any synthetic additives, making it a safe and healthy supplement for daily use. mastic gum is gluten-free, non-GMO, and suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

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  • Muli Beej (edible) – मूली बीज – Radish Seed – Raphanus sativus

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    Muli Beej (edible) – मूली बीज – Radish Seed – Raphanus sativus.

    Name In Different Languages:

    Muli Beej In English Name     : Radish

    Muli Beej In  Hindi Name        : Muli, Mooli

    Muli Beej In Latin name         : Raphanus sativus Linn.

    Muli Beej In Urdu Name         : Muli

    Muli Beej In Arabic Name       : Fujal

    Muli Beej In Bengali Name      : Mula

    Muli Beej In French Name       : Radis cultivé

    Muli Beej In German Name     : Garten-Rettich, Rettich

    Muli Beej In Gujarati Name     : Mulo, Mula

    Muli Beej In Kannada Name    : Moolangi, Moclangi gadde, Mullangi, Mugunigadde

    Muli Beej In Marathi Name      : Mula

    Muli Beej In Persian Name      : Turb, Turbuzah

    Muli Beej In Punjabi Name      : Mula, Mulaka, Muli

    Muli Beej In Sanskrit Name     : Moolaka, Mulaka


    Radish is grown all over India. Radish is also grown in the form of carrot inside the ground in Kandrup. The main part of radish is two varieties – white and small white red. Its rounds are also other varieties. Radish is considered to be eaten in October-November. Radish is eaten raw. Greens of radish and radish leaves are also made. Mixing gram flour in radish leaves also makes delicious stirring. Oil from radish seeds emerges. Radish oil is heavy and colorless in weight. Eating raw radish in the middle of the food increases interest in eating. Sprinkle a little salt by spinning radish into radish pieces and eat it in the morning.



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  • Raal – राल – Sal Tree – Shorea Robusta

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    Raal – राल – Sal Tree – Shorea Robusta.

    Raal Name In Different Languages:

    Raal in English name  – Resin, Rosin, Sal Tree

    Raal in Hindi name     – Raal

    Raal in Latin name     – Shorea Robusta

    Raal in Punjabi : Shala,

    Raal in BengaliShaalgaach,

    Raal in Gujrati : Shaalvriksh,

    Raal in Kannada Kabba, Saal,

    Raal in Malayalam : Saalvriksham, Mulappumarutu,

    Raal in MarrathiShaalvriksh, Raalchaavriksha,

    Raal in OriyaSalva, Shaaluaagachha,

    Raal in Tamil : Saalam,

    Raal in Telugu Guggilam

    Quality :

    This is a glue of shawl tree. It eliminates the acrid, cold (cold), juice- rich , blood-borne diseases , lethal (leprosy) and burning , fracture and diarrhea (diarrhea) .

    Useful in various diseases :

    1. Cough:

    • Mixing about half grams of 1 gram resin with small peepal, turmeric, honey and ghee, it provides relief in cough diseases by taking it in the morning and evening.
    • If the patient is consumed with a fourth part of approximately 1 gram, then the cough (mucus) is easily removed and coughing is also stopped.

    2. Prostration Disease: Mixing 4 grams of sugar in 1 gram white resin and eating it with milk in the morning and evening gives benefits in the disease.


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  • Ratanjot – रतनजोत – Alkanet – Onosma echioides

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    Name: Ratanjot (Alkanet root or Alkanna tinctoria)

    Uses: Ratanjot is a medicinal herb commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine. It is believed to have anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antimicrobial, and hepatoprotective properties. Ratanjot has been traditionally used to treat various conditions, including skin inflammation, digestive disorders, respiratory conditions, and wound healing. It may also help support cardiovascular health and have anti-cancer and anti-aging properties.

    Precautions: Ratanjot should always be used under the guidance of a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner, as it can interact with certain medications and may not be safe for everyone to use. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should avoid using Ratanjot. Additionally, it may cause allergic reactions in some people.

    Forms: Ratanjot is available in various forms, including dried roots, powder, capsules, and oil.

    Scientific evidence: While Ratanjot has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries, more research is needed to fully understand its effects on human health. However, some studies have shown that Ratanjot contains compounds that have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-cancer properties.

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  • Reetha – Ritha – Soap Nut – Indian soapberry

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    Reetha | Indian Soapberry

    Ayurvedic classification of Indian Soapberry (Sapindus Mukorossi):

    Ayurvedic Classification Description
    Rasa (taste) Astringent, bitter, and sweet
    Guna (qualities) Light, dry, and sharp
    Virya (potency) Cooling
    Vipaka (post-digestive effect) Sweet
    Dosha effect Pacifies Pitta and Kapha doshas
    Karma (actions) Cleansing, purifying, detoxifying, anti-inflammatory, antifungal, and insecticidal
    Dhatu (tissue) affinity Works primarily on the skin and blood tissues
    Srotas (channel) affinity Works primarily on the digestive, respiratory, and urinary channels
    Prabhava (special effect) Natural surfactant, making it useful as a soap or cleanser

    Active compounds and their benefits found in Indian Soapberry (Sapindus Mukorossi):

    Active Compound Benefits
    Saponins Natural surfactants that provide cleaning and foaming properties in soap and shampoo products
    Sapindoside A/B Anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties
    Quercetin Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties
    Kaempferol Anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties
    Gallic acid Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties
    Triterpenoids Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties
    Flavonoids Anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and anti-cancer properties
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