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Mouth-freshener. A natural coolant. A digestive stimulant. A superfood that's in essence, a sweet preserve of rose petals (pun intended). There's no denying that Gulkand's benefits are as diverse as its Ayurvedic and healing properties. Worldwide, it is referred to as a rose petal jam, whereas us desis know it as Gulkand. You must have heard its name when you...
Jyotishmati Malkangini Feature Image
  Like many Ayurvedic herbs, Malkangani (Hindi name) has many names and forms - with Celastrus Paniculatus (Botanical name), Intellect Tree/Climbing Staff Tree (English name) and Jyotishmati (Sanskrit name) being the most common ones. This climber shrub is typically found in India, mainly in Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, and Kashmir. Generally, Malkagini's seeds and...
Ashwagandharishtam Uses Benefits Ingredients Dosage Side Effects Feature Image
‘Ashwagandha’ or Withania Somnifera is a very popular Ayurvedic herb that has also gained favour in the Western world for its ‘adaptogenic’ qualities. This root and leaves of the plant have been used in Ayurveda for thousands of years as a ‘rejuvenative’ that helps the body deal with physiological and psychological...
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