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Trayodashang Guggulu is an Ayurvedic herbal concoction made with Shuddha Guggulu or Commiphora Mukul and thirteen other ingredients which is why it is named ‘trayodashang.’  Majorly used for the treatment of joint-related disorders, Trayodashang has many therapeutic uses like treatment of chronic pain and extreme body weakness. The herbal medication is widely available in the market as tablets.   Composition and...
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Abha Guggulu is one miraculous Ayurvedic herbal mix which is majorly used to repair a fracture. Described in Govind Das’ Bhaisajya Ratnavali, Abha Guggulu has amazing healing power which speeds the physiological processes of the body and increases nutrient absorption resulting in faster and complete healing. However, it would be a mistake to limit its benefits to just bones,...
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Ayurveda places Harad at the highest pedestal which is why it is also called the ‘King of medicines.’ Ancient medicine systems claim that Harad holds the power to cure all diseases. Even the Tibetan medicine system reveres Harad in the same amount as Ayurveda does. Although the two systems classify the herb differently, the accepted number of varieties of...
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  Nagfani (in Hindi) commonly known as Prickly Pear or Opuntia in English is a cactus plant belonging to Cactaceae family. The most commonly used species of Nagfani is the Indian fig opuntia or Opuntia ficus-indica (botanical name). The name Nagfani is because the pad of this cactus resembles the face of a serpent. The plant is called Nagfada in...
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You may have heard of the white Aak plant whose leaves and flowers are considered auspicious to offer to Lord Shiva. Native to India, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, China and a host of other Asian countries, the Madar plant is known by many names such as Calotropis Gigantea (Scientific name), Arka (Sanskrit name), Aak/Madar (Hindi name), and Sodom...
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Harsingar's origins in mythology are as interesting as its diverse medicinal values. As far as history goes, it is said that this 'heavenly' plant was brought to Earth by Lord Krishna after extensively searching for it in the ocean (Samudra). Owing to its intense fragrance and beautiful physical characteristics, Krishna's wives - Rukmini and Satyabhama - ended up fighting...
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