Powerful Ayurvedic Herbs Part-2

Ayurvedic Herbs

Ayurveda is an ancient Indian medicinal system. Ayurveda means the science and knowledge of life where – Ayur meaning life and Veda means science or knowledge. The ayurvedic practice is five thousand years old and works on three basic three principles or doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha).

5: Neem
Neem is a well-known herb due to its bitter taste. The word “Neem” is derived from the Sanskrit Nimba – which means the bestower of good health. Neem has miraculous healing powers used in various disorders. It is used in almost 75% of formulations in Ayurveda. The benefits of neem are as follows –

Neem has antiseptic, anti-microbial, and antifungal properties.
Potent blood purifier and detoxifier
Treat acne, eczema, and skin diseases.
Helps to reduce fever, especially malarial fever
Maintain oral hygiene and prevent dental caries, infections
Neem paste is great for hair and helps to control dandruff.
6: Manjistha
Manjistha is great blood and lymph purifier helps to improve and regulate your immune system. Manjistha is effective to cleanse the liver, kidneys, and skin. The benefits of Manjistha are as follows –

Boost your immunity
Helps to improve complexion and clears acne
Memory enhancer and increase learning ability
Treats allergic conditions
7: Amala
Amala is a powerful rejuvenating herb in Ayurveda. It mainly uses to boost the immune system. It has great antioxidant properties. The benefits of amala are as follows –

Enhance body immunity
Strengthen heart muscles
Great for hair, skin, eyes, and nails
Reduces high blood sugar levels
Relieve from acidity
8: Haritaki
Haritaki is known as a ‘king of herbs’ in the ayurvedic system of medicine. It is useful to strengthen energy, awareness, and intelligence. The benefits of Haritaki are as follows –

Strengthens the vital functions of the body, such as strong digestion, nutrient absorption, elimination, etc.
Reduce cholesterol levels
Prevent lung infections
Great for eyes


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