Indian Medicinal Herbs: â?¢ Abrus precatorius (Gunja) â?¢ Achyranthes aspera (Upmarga) â?¢ Aerva lanata (Cheroola) â?¢ Andrographis paniculata (Kalmegh) â?¢ Bacopa monnieri (Brahmi) â?¢ Basil (tulsi) â?¢ Boerhavia diffusa (Punarnava) â?¢ Cardiospermum halicacabum (Mudakkatham) â?¢ Cassia absus (Chaksoo) â?¢ Cassia tora (Chakoda beeja) â?¢ Centella asiatica (Brahmi booti) â?¢ Centratherum anthelminticum (Kali zeeri) â?¢ Citrullus colocynthis (Indrayan) â?¢ Convolvulus microphyllus (Shankhapushpi) â?¢ Curculigo orchioides (Kali musli) â?¢ Cynodon dactylon (Durva) â?¢ Cyperus esculentus (Musta) â?¢ Cyperus rotundus (Nagar motha) â?¢ Datura metel (Dhatura) â?¢ Eclipta prostrata (Bhringraj) â?¢ Fumaria indica (Shatara) â?¢ Hedyotis corymbosa (Pitpapra) â?¢ Hemidesmus indicus (Anatmool) â?¢ Hygrophylla schulli (Tal makhana) â?¢ Ipomoea nil (Kaladana) â?¢ Merremia tridentata (Prasarani) â?¢ Ocimum americanum (Ban tulsi) â?¢ Peganum harmala (Harmal) â?¢ Phyllanthus amarus (Bhumiamla) â?¢ Pluchea lanceolata (Rasna) â?¢ Plambago zeylanica (Chitrak) â?¢ Psoralea corylifolia (Bawachi) â?¢ Sida rhombifolia (Bala) â?¢ Sisymbrium irio (Khubkalan) â?¢ Solanum anguivi (Katheli badi) â?¢ Solanum nigrum (Makoi) â?¢ Solanum virginianum (Kateli) â?¢ Sphaeranthus indicus (Gorakh mundi) â?¢ Tephrosia purpurea (Sarpankha) â?¢ Tinospora cordifolia (Giloy) â?¢ Tragia involucrata (Kodithoova) â?¢ Tribulus terrestris (Gokshura) â?¢ Trichosanthes cucumerina (Patol panchang) â?¢ Vetiveria zizanioides (Lavancha) â?¢ Withania coagulens (Panir dodi) â?¢ Woodfordia fruticosa (Dhatki)
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Lotus Tea (Nelumbo Nucifera) The lotus plant is an aquatic perennial plant. Botanically referred as Nymphaea Lotus, Nymphaea Nouchali is a member of the water lily family. It symbolizes beauty and sensuality. Despite lotus being a religious symbol for ages representing eternity, purity and divinity, this plant is known to provide various medicinal and health benefits. Most parts of the lotus plant are edible. This includes the leaves, flowers, seeds and roots, all of which have been eaten in several parts of Southeast Asia for hundreds of years. Different cultures throughout the world cook and prepare Lotus plant in many different ways. The lotus plant is used in stir-fry dishes, steamed buns, desserts and various other preparations. People are now becoming increasingly aware of the health benefits of different parts of the lotus plant. Benefits of the Lotus Plant The Lotus root are rich in Vitamin C, Potassium and Dietary fiber. Lotus flowers contain linoleic acid, protein, phosphorus, iron and vitamins B and C. The flower of the lotus plant has cooling, soothing and calming properties. It is often used to relieve stress and provide relaxation. Lotus flower are highly used in facial to improve the texture and condition of the skin. The lotus has been studied to lower the risk of developing various cardiovascular diseases including stroke and heart attacks. Drinking lotus tea can help treat premature ejaculation. It is also believed to be helpful in curing syphilis and for soothing hyperacidity, acid reflux and burning sensations in the stomach. It also helps treat gastric ulcers. Lotus seeds can help build lean muscles and strengthen the body. Lotus roots juice can help clear the throat and the lungs as well as treat colds, coughs and other respiratory ailments. Oil extracted from the lotus flower might be effective in preventing gray hair and stimulating the body's production of melanin. The plant is effectively used to increase memory. White lotus is used internally in treatment of gastrointestinal disorders and jaundice.
There are series of health benefits of Jabon Leaf tea few are; It is good antioxidant, controls cholesterol, Anti-cancer, Prevent premature aging, Immunity booster, Good for bones, tea is used to loss weight, tea is good high blood Pressure patients, give strength to teeth and gums, Works as anti aging good for skin and Fight wrinkles.
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Medicinal plants & herbs contain substances known to modern and ancient civilization for their healing properties. The active principles differ from plant to plant due to their biodiversity, i.e. to the plant’s genetic coding ability to produce them. The genetic material of old and new herbs and plants are coveted for their potential in discovering , combining , manipulating and synthesizing new medicines.
Raw Indian medicinal herbs like withania, andrographis, gymnema, boswelia, centilla, holly besil, mukuna, azarditchta indica, tinospora cordifolia, garcinia, arjuna, turmeric, centilla, azarditchta indica, trmenelia chebula, curcumin, aldoppa, akba 25 kg drums
Emblica officinalis is a known source of vitamin 'C'. The fermented fruit liquor is used in dyspepsia, cough, jaundice, indigestion, anemia, heart complaints. We sell best quality herbal extracts like emblica officinalis (soft ext ratio 3:01) for various use. Green Earth Products is a house of natural emblica officinalis. Our emblica officinalis/amlas are either cultivated by our farmers or procured from our vast forests. After going through the usual cleaning & grading process and after final screening, the product in raw or powdered form is packed as per clients' specifications. Amla is the name given to the fruit of a small leafy tree (Emblica Officinalis). Amla grows across India. It is highly prized as it is high in vitamin C and provides precious amla oil which is extracted from its seed and pulp. Amla purified blood and improves skin texture. The oil extracted from amla is widely used for treatment for hair and scalp problems. It is also used in numerous medicinal preparations, general in vitality tonics. Amla mixed with Henna, Shikakai, Tulsi and other indian medicinal herbs is the best nutrition for hair and scalp. This cures hair fall, hair graying, dandruff etc. Amla is also for hair coloring. It also beautifies hair, while adding shine & volume.
India is one word's twelve leading biodiversity centres' with presence of over 45,000 different plant species, out of this about 15,000 to 20,000 plants have good medicinal properties of which only about 7,000 to 7,500 are being used by traditional practitioners. We deal in all kinds of medicinal and aromatic herbs used in pharmaceutical, perfumery and cosmetic industry.