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  • Ashwagandha – अश्वागंधा – Winter cherry – Withania somnifera

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    Ashwagandha | Winter cherry

    Scientific Name : Withania somnifera. | Part : Dried roots

    Ayurvedic Classification Description
    Sanskrit Name Ashwagandha (अश्वगंधा)
    English Name Winter cherry, Indian ginseng
    Botanical Name Withania somnifera
    Family Solanaceae
    Parts Used Roots, leaves
    Taste (Rasa) Bitter (Tikta), astringent (Kashaya), sweet (Madhura)
    Energy (Virya) Heating (Ushna)
    Post-Digestive Effect (Vipaka) Sweet (Madhura)
    Dosha Effect Balances all three doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha)
    Tissue (Dhatu) Affinity All tissues, especially nerve and reproductive tissues
    Channel (Srotas) Affinity Respiratory, reproductive, and nervous system
    Action (Karma) Rejuvenative (Rasayana), adaptogenic, calming (Sattvic), immune-stimulating, aphrodisiac, cognitive enhancer (Medhya Rasayana)

    Active compounds and benefits of Ashwagandha:

    Active Compounds Benefits
    Withanolides Anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, immunomodulatory, neuroprotective, anxiolytic
    Alkaloids (such as somnine and somniferine) Sedative, analgesic, smooth muscle relaxant, anti-inflammatory
    Saponins (including sitoindosides) Adaptogenic, anti-stress, immune-boosting, anti-inflammatory
    Amino acids (including tryptophan) Calming, anti-anxiety
    Choline Cognitive enhancer, memory improvement
    Iron Nutritional support for healthy blood cells
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  • Behman safed – बहमन – White Behen – Centaurea behen Linn

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    Behman safed – बहमन – White Behen – Centaurea behen Linn.

    Behman safed  Name in different languages:

    Behman safed English Name    : White Behen

    Behman safed Hindi Name       : Safed Behman

    Behman safed Latin name        : Centaurea behen Linn.

    Behman safed Urdu Name        : Behman Safed

    Behman safed Arabic Name      : Bahman Aswad

    Behman safed French Name      : Behen Blanc

    Behman safed German Name    : Behenflockenblume, Rübendistel

    Behman safed Persian Name     : Behman Safed


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  • Chitrak – चित्रक – White Leadwort – Plumbago zeylanica

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    Chitrak – चित्रक – White Leadwort – Plumbago zeylanica .

    Chitrak Name In Different Languages:

    Chitrak English Name      : Ceylon Leadwort, White Leadwort

    Chitrak Hindi Name         : Chitra, Chita, Chiti, Chira, Chitta

    Chitrak Latin name         : Plumbago zeylanica Linn.

    Chitrak Urdu Name         : Cheetalakdi, Sheetraj

    Chitrak Arabic Name       : Sheetraagh, Shitraak Hindee, Ghashwa

    Chitrak Bengali Name      : Chita, Chittu

    Chitrak French Name       : Dentelair de Ceylon

    Chitrak German Name     : Bleiwurz, Ceylon-Bleiwurz

    Chitrak Gujarati Name     : Chitro, Chitra, Pitro

    Chitrak Kannada Name    : Chitramula, Vahni, Bilichitramoola

    Chitrak Kashmiri Name    : Chitra, Shatrajna

    Chitrak Marathi Name      : Chitrak, Chitramul

    Chitrak Persian Name      : Sheetrah, Shatraj

    Chitrak Punjabi Name      : Chitra, Chitrak

    Chitrak Sanskrit Name     : Chitraka, Dahana, Agni, Vahni, Hutabhuk



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  • Imli Beej Pahadi – इमली बीज पहाड़ी – Wild Tamarind Seeds – Tamarindus Indica

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    Imli Beej Pahadi – इमली बीज पहाड़ी – Wild Tamarind Seeds – Tamarindus Indica.

    Wild Tamarindus Indica (Tamarind):

    Ayurvedic Classification Description
    Rasa (taste) Sour
    Guna (qualities) Light, dry, rough
    Virya (potency) Cooling
    Vipaka (post-digestive effect) Sweet
    Dosha effect Balances Pitta dosha, may aggravate Vata and Kapha doshas
    Karma (actions) Carminative, laxative, cooling, digestive, antipyretic, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory
    Dhatu (tissue) affinity Works primarily on the plasma, blood, muscle, and fat tissues
    Srotas (channel) affinity Works primarily on the digestive, circulatory, and urinary channels
    Prabhava (special effect) Helps to balance digestive fire (agni), supports healthy digestion
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  • Inderjo Meetha – इन्द्रजौ मीठा – Sweet lndarjao – Wrightia tinctoria

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    Inderjo Meetha – इन्द्रजौ मीठा – Sweet lndarjao – Wrightia tinctoria.

    Inderjo Meetha Name in different languages:

    Inderjo Meetha English Name      : Sweet lndarjao, Easter Tree, Ivory Tree

    Inderjo Meetha Hindi Name         : Safed Kuda, Metha Kuda, Khinna, Kutaja

    Inderjo Meetha Latin name          : Wrightia tinctoria R. Br.

    Inderjo Meetha Urdu Name          : Indarjao Shirin

    Inderjo Meetha Bengali Name      : Indrajav

    Inderjo Meetha Chinese Name     : Tao tiao pi

    Inderjo Meetha German Name     : Färber-Oleander

    Inderjo Meetha Gujarati Name     : Mitha Indarjava, Gode Indarjava

    Inderjo Meetha Kannada Name    : Kiridosige, Kodamurki, Hale

    Inderjo Meetha Marathi Name      : Mitha Indarjava, Gode Indarjava

    Inderjo Meetha Persian Name      : Zaban Kunjashk

    Inderjo Meetha Punjabi Name      : Indarjao Mitha

    Inderjo Meetha Sanskrit Name     : Svetakutaja, Strikutaja, Kutaj Beej



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    Musli (Safed Musli) – सफ़ेद मूसली – White Musale – Chlorophytum Borivilianum

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    Safed Musli | Musli White

    Chlorophytum borivilianum | Product : Dried Musli Organic

    Ayurvedic Classification Description
    Rasa (taste) Sweet, bitter, and pungent
    Guna (qualities) Guru (heavy), snigdha (unctuous), and vishada (non-slimy)
    Virya (potency) Cooling
    Vipaka (post-digestive effect) Sweet
    Dosha effect Pacifies Pitta and Vata doshas
    Karma (actions) Adaptogenic, aphrodisiac, immunomodulatory, galactagogue, and antioxidant
    Dhatu (tissue) affinity Works primarily on the reproductive and nervous tissues
    Srotas (channel) affinity Works primarily on the reproductive and nervous channels
    Prabhava (special effect) Increases desire and performance


    Active compounds & benefits found in safed musli (Chlorophytum borivilianum):

    Active Compound Benefits
    Saponins Aphrodisiac, adaptogenic, and immune-boosting properties
    Polysaccharides Immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory properties
    Alkaloids Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties
    Flavonoids Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties
    Phenolics Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties
    Proteins and amino acids Essential for growth and repair of body tissues
    Vitamins and minerals Essential for overall health and well-being
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  • Paneer Doda – Tukme Hayat – Paneer Dodi – Withania Coagulans

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    Paneer Doda | Paneer Dodi | Withania Coagulans.

    Ayurvedic classification of Paneer Dodi (Withania coagulans):

    Ayurvedic Classification Description
    Rasa (taste) Bitter, astringent, and sweet
    Guna (qualities) Light, dry, and sharp
    Virya (potency) Heating
    Vipaka (post-digestive effect) Sweet
    Dosha effect Pacifies Kapha and Vata doshas
    Karma (actions) Digestive, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, immune-modulating, and anti-cancer
    Dhatu (tissue) affinity Works primarily on the digestive and respiratory tissues
    Srotas (channel) affinity Works primarily on the digestive and respiratory channels
    Prabhava (special effect) Helps to regulate blood sugar levels

    Active compounds and benefits of Paneer Dodi (Withania coagulans):

    Active Compound Benefits
    Withanolides Anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, immune-boosting, and adaptogenic properties
    Withaferin A Anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, neuroprotective, and cardioprotective properties
    Coagulin Hypoglycemic, antidiabetic, and lipid-lowering properties
    Steroids (β-sitosterol, stigmasterol, and campesterol) Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and immune-boosting properties
    Flavonoids (luteolin, apigenin, and kaempferol) Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer properties
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  • Safed Chandan powder – सफ़ेद चंदन – White Sandalwood powder – Pterocarpus santalinus

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    White sandalwood powder is a fine powder made from the heartwood of the Santalum album tree, which is native to India and other parts of Asia. It has been used for centuries in Ayurveda, the traditional Indian system of medicine, as a natural remedy for various health and beauty conditions. White sandalwood powder is rich in antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and astringent properties. It is a popular ingredient in skincare, hair care, and medicinal products. It can be used to soothe and moisturize the skin, reduce acne and dark spots, promote hair growth, and relieve sunburn and inflammatory conditions. White sandalwood powder is also used in aromatherapy and meditation practices for its calming and grounding effects on the mind.

    Ayurvedic Safed Chandan (White Sandalwood):

    Ayurvedic Classification Description
    Rasa (taste) Bitter, astringent, sweet
    Guna (qualities) Light, dry, cool
    Virya (potency) Cooling
    Vipaka (post-digestive effect) Sweet
    Dosha effect Pacifies Pitta and Vata doshas
    Karma (actions) Cooling, soothing, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral
    Dhatu (tissue) affinity Works primarily on the plasma, blood, and reproductive tissues
    Srotas (channel) affinity Works primarily on the respiratory, digestive, and reproductive channels
    Prabhava (special effect) Calming and cooling effect on the mind and body


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  • Safed Til – सफ़ेद तिल – WHITE SESAME SEEDS – SESAMUM INDICUM

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    Safed Til – सफ़ेद तिल – WHITE SESAME SEEDS – SESAMUM INDICUM

    Mostly, sesame is used with food in the winter season. There are three kinds of sesame according to color as- white, red and black. Mostly, black sesame is used in the medicines. Sesame and sugar are used to make rebri. It is grown in enough quantity in India. Sesame can be grown alone or with crop of cotton or cattail or myrabalan chebulie or groundnut. India is excellent place to grow sesame.

    Sesame oil: Sesame oil is heavy, wet and warm in nature. It increases body strength, memory power, Wellness power and appetite. It helps in stool clearly and improves the skin color. It cleans and purifies the uterus. It normalizes vatta, pitta and kahpa. It is useful for the treatment of blood disorders caused by bile, diabetes, ears pain, Vulva pain and headache.

    Name in different languages:

    English                :        Gingeli sesame

    Hindi                   :        Til, Tilli ka tel

    Sanskrit               :        Til, Tilli ka tel

    Gujarati               :        Tal, Bheethu tel

    Marathi                :        Til, Gouda tel

    Bengali                :        Til

    Parsian                :        Kunjand,     Rogan kunjand

    Arab                    :        Sheeraj, Simsim, Samsam, Hul

    Scientists             :        Setumun orintel

    Color: white

    Taste: Its juice is bitter, sweet, pungent and spicy.

    Structure: One year’s plant of sesame is soft and hairy. Its tree is about 15-36 inches high. Its leaves’ upper part is simple, rectangle and in garland shape. Its leaves’ front part has lines and middle part is conical. Its leaves sides are divided in many parts like teeth. Its flowers are one and half inches long, purple, white and with yellow marks. Its pods are 2 inches long, quartern and front part is blunted.

    Nature: Sesame is heavy, hot in nature and smooth. The light yellow liquid, which is extracted from sesame, is called sesame oil or sweet oil. Its offensive smell is interested. Its oil contains protein elements. Its seeds contain sisemolin, simemia, lypage, pradhanta, oitic, nicotinic acid, pamitic and linolic acid. Its seeds also contain styaric and glysraidus of arecidic acid in less quantity.

    Precaution: Pregnant woman should not take sesame because it is very harmful for her.

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  • Shakakul mishri – शकाकुल मिश्री – Wild Parsnip – Pastinaca sativa

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    Common Name: Wild Parsnip

    Scientific Name: Pastinaca sativa

    Family: Apiaceae

    Description: Wild Parsnip is a biennial or perennial plant that is native to Europe and Asia but has also been naturalized in North America. It can grow up to 5 feet tall and has a yellow-green stem with deeply divided leaves. The plant produces umbrella-shaped clusters of small yellow flowers in the summer. Its fruit is a small oval-shaped seed that is usually brown in color.

    Uses: Wild Parsnip has some culinary uses and is often used as a medicinal herb. The root and leaves of the plant can be used in soups, stews, and other dishes. In traditional medicine, Wild Parsnip has been used to treat a variety of ailments, including indigestion, coughs, and rheumatism.

    Toxicity: Wild Parsnip can be toxic due to the presence of chemicals called furocoumarins in its sap, which can cause skin irritation and sensitivity to sunlight. Contact with the sap can result in severe skin burns and blisters, similar to a severe sunburn. Therefore, it is important to wear protective clothing and gloves when handling or removing Wild Parsnip plants.

    Distribution: Wild Parsnip is found throughout Europe, Asia, and North America. It is often found in fields, meadows, and along roadsides.

    Conservation Status: Not listed as endangered or threatened.

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  • Shatawar – शतावर – Wild Asparagus – Asparagus racemosus

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    Shatawar – Wild Asparagus

    Scientific name : Asparagus racemosus | Product : Dried Shatawari

    Ayurvedic Classification Description
    Rasa (taste) Sweet and bitter
    Guna (qualities) Heavy, unctuous, and cold
    Virya (potency) Cooling
    Vipaka (post-digestive effect) Sweet
    Dosha effect Pacifies Pitta and Vata doshas
    Karma (actions) Rejuvenative, nutritive, aphrodisiac, galactagogue, anti-inflammatory, and anti-ulcer
    Dhatu (tissue) affinity Works primarily on the reproductive, digestive, and respiratory tissues
    Srotas (channel) affinity Works primarily on the reproductive, digestive, and respiratory channels
    Prabhava (special effect) Enhances fertility and supports female reproductive health


    Active Compound Benefits
    Saponins (Shatavarin, Asparosides) Anti-inflammatory, immune-boosting, and adaptogenic properties
    Flavonoids (Rutin, Quercetin) Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immune-boosting properties
    Asparagamine A Anticancer and antimicrobial properties
    Tannins Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties
    Alkaloids Anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties
    Shatavaroside A Antioxidant and neuroprotective properties
    Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) Antioxidant, immune-boosting, and anti-inflammatory properties
    Beta-carotene Antioxidant and immune-boosting properties
    Zinc Immune-boosting and anti-inflammatory properties
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  • Tarbooj Beej – तरबूज बीज – Watermelon Seeds – Tarbooj Magaz

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    Tarbooj Beej (Watermelon Seeds)

    Scientific name: Citrullus lanatus

    Ayurvedic properties:

    • Rasa (taste): Sweet, astringent
    • Virya (energy): Cooling
    • Vipaka (post-digestive effect): Sweet
    • Guna (qualities): Light, dry
    • Doshas (effect on humors): Pacifies Pitta dosha, may aggravate Kapha dosha in excess

    Health benefits:

    • Promotes kidney health
    • Improves digestion
    • Supports cardiovascular health
    • Boosts immune system
    • Enhances Physical health
    • Promotes skin health
    • Helps manage diabetes
    • Supports bone health
    • Reduces inflammation
    • Aids in weight loss
    • Promotes eye health
    • Boosts energy and stamina

    Precautions and contraindications:

    • Excess consumption may aggravate Kapha dosha
    • May cause digestive discomfort in some individuals
    • Consult a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner before use
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