24% ginkgo flavone glycosides hplc 6% total terpene lactones hplc 1) gbe 24%/6% 2) gbe 24%/6% chp2000 standard 3) low ginkgolic acid gbe 24%/6% ginkgolic acid
Sr. No. Active Component** (Specification) Dry W.S W.S* O.S* 1 Aam / Mango Amba Garbha/ Mangifera Indica Fruit Tannins 10% 2 Aam Ki Gutli Amba Garbha/ Mangifera Indica Seeds Tannis 5% 3 Aconitum Ferox Aconite Bachnag Root Alkaloid 2% to 5% 4 Aghedo Achyranthes Aspera Plant Saponins 3% 5 Agnimantha Clerodendrum phlomidis Saponin 5% 6 Ajmoda (Celery seed) Apium Graveolens Seed Flavones 2% Carum Copticum/ Trachyspermum ammi 8 Akado Calotropis Gigantea Root Alkaloids 0.5% 9 Akalkaro Flower/ Root Anacyclus Pyrethrum Flower Alkaloid 0.5:% 10 Aloes,Kumari/Aloe Vera Aloes Indica/Aloe vera Juice Aloin 2%, 11 Aloevera Powder 100 X Aloes barbadenis inner gel Aloin - 5%, aloe polysaccharides - 6.5% 12 Aloevera Powder 200X Aloes barbadenis inner gel Aloin - 9%, aloe polysaccharides - 11% 13 Alsi (Lin Seed) Linum Usitatissimum Herb Mucilage 15% 14 Amaltas Cassia Fistula Oxymethyl anthraquinoness NLT 1% 15 Amba Chhal Mangifera Indica Bark Tannins 4% 16 Ambahalder Cucurma Amda (Oleoresin) Rhizome Curcumin 0.5% 17 Amervela Cassytha Filiformis Stem Alkaloids 0.1% 18 Amla Emblica officinalis Fruit Tannins NLT 40% 19 Amlavetas Rehum Emodi Stem Anthra, quinine, emodin,Tannin 5% 20 Amli Tamarindus Indicus Fruit Anthra, quinine, emodin,Tannin 5% 21 Anant Mool Hemidesmus Indicus Root Saponoin 8% 22 Anise 23 Annatto Bixa Orellana Seed Bixin 24 Antamul Tylophora Indica Leaf Alkaloids 0.15%-1.5% 25 Apamarga / Aghe
Senna Plant Benefits For Health: As stated above, senna possesses medicinal value which can provide various health benefits given below. 1. Senna For Constipation: Being a laxative, senna isÂ effective in relieving constipation. It has been approved by the US FDA as a non prescription drug to treat constipation. Senna stimulates the muscles of the colon to push fecal matter through more quickly. Senna leaf acts on the intestinal walls to cause contractions that lead to bowel movements. It softens stool by enabling the colon to absorb water. It can effectively cure even the most severe cases of constipation. The glycosides in it help transport electrolytes, causing bowel movements within 6 to 12 hours of its intake. Senna can be bought as an over the counter (OTC) medication for adults and children above 2 years of age. 2. Great Colon Cleanser: Senna has been regarded as a â??cleansing herbâ?? due to its laxative effects. Senna leaf is used in traditional Chinese medicine to clear away the heat accumulated in the large intestine, helping the body get rid of the stagnant food accumulated in the stomach. Today, it is widely used in cleansing the colon before colonoscopy and other types of colon surgery. 3. Treatment of Hemorrhoids: Senna has been found to be effective in the treatment of anal lacerations and hemorrhoids as it helps reduce swelling and facilitates quick healing. Moreover, since it promotes soft stools, it helps cause easy defecation in pathological conditions like anal fissure. This is due to the fact that after oral ingestion, the compounds in senna get absorbed into the intestinal tract, resulting in the separation of non-sugar parts in the colon. These non-sugar components increase the peristaltic movements by irritating and stimulating the intestinal tract. In this way, it speeds up the passage of stools through the intestinal tract. 4. Treatment of Intestinal Worms: The laxative properties of senna have been found to be useful in theÂ treatment of worms in the stomachÂ and colon. Â Senna Medicinal Plant: Nutritional Value: The nutritional value of this herb has been explained in the table below. As evident from the table, it is devoid of calories and fat but aÂ rich source of vitamin B
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Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a woody, perennial herb with fragrant evergreen needle-like leaves. It is native to the Mediterranean region. It is a member of the mint family Lamiaceae, which also includes many other herbs. The name rosemary derives from the Latin name rosmarinus, which is from "dew" (ros) and "sea" (marinus), or "dew of the sea" — apparently because it is frequently found growing near the sea. Description Forms range from upright to trailing; the upright forms can reach 1.5 m (5 ft) tall, rarely 2 m (6 ft 7 in). The leaves are evergreen, 2/4 cm (0.8/1.6 in) long and 2/5 mm broad, green above, and white below with dense short woolly hair. Flowering, very common in a mature and healthy specimen, blooms in summer in the north; but can be everblooming in warm-winter climates and is variable in color, being white, pink, purple, or blue. The rosemary plant is light blue and blooms from March to May. For most tonics and recipes the rosemary leaves are use more often than the flowers or the rest of the plant. Rosemary is a bushy type of evergreen that can grow six feet or higher. The tree contains leaves that are stiff and leathery.
Psyllium Husk is obtained from plantage ovate or Psyllium plant. Psyllium plant grows in the region which has good exposure to sunlight, and the soils are well drained and sandy. This is an annual crop cultivated largely in Gujarat and in some parts of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The Botanical name of Psyllium husk is Plantago Ovata, and it is better known as Isabgol in India. Psyllium is mucilage having a combination of xylose, aucubin, galacturonic, arabinose, semi drying fatty oils.