Brihati / Solanum Indicum: Ayurvedic Herb For Overall Wellbeing

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Medical Reviewer: Dr Surabhi Rawat Mom would always tell me that I had a penchant for getting out of difficult situations. Be it getting home late or skipping on that dal chawal (rice and lentils) that was served at our cosy dining table. Regardless of those things, I know one thing that I can always … Read more

Khus/Ushira – The Ultimate Digestion Specialist In Ayurveda

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Medical Reviewer: Dr Surabhi Rawat Ever heard of Khus? Khus is widely used in the tropical regions as the nectar of the summer season due to its amazing cooling ability. You’ll be amazed to know that it is much more than a coolant and can help you in curing a number of disorders. It is … Read more

Guggulu (Commiphora Wightii) : Uses, Benefits & Side Effects

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Medical Reviewer: Dr Surabhi Rawat Guggulu is popular among people since ancient times for being an ayurvedic herb that is helpful in many conditions. Guggulu, a Sanskrit as well as Hindi term means ‘that which provides protection against diseases’. Guggul is mentioned as Gulgulu in the ancient Atharva Veda and is described as ‘Agni Sthana’ … Read more

Narasimha Rasayanam For Strength, Immunity & Bones: Uses, Benefits, Side Effects

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Narasimha Rasayanam is an ayurvedic Rasayana or precisely an ayurvedic medicated product. With butter as a base product, it has a buttery or jam-like texture. The Rasayana is not only used for the treatment of many disorders but as a full body tonic or a dietary supplement for enhanced general well-being. It forms a major … Read more

Nagfani Cactus Plant (Prickly Pear) – Uses, Benefits, Properties, Side Effects

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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 … Read more