Kiratatikta which is also known as Chiretta, Swertia Chirata or Chirayata is a bitter Indian herb that is equipped with many health benefits. Chirata Health benefits in diabetes and pcos or pcod are very well explained in Ayurveda. It is found in abundance in Nepal and is called Nepali Neem in the region. It is widely referred to as tridosha balancing in Ayurvedic medicine.
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Jamun fruit which is popularly known as Jamboo is found in abundance in Indian and some other neighboring countries. This fruit belongs to Myrtaceae family, and it is largely employed as the main ingredients in Ayurvedic preparations to treat many health problems.
Vidanga (which also known as false black pepper) is one of the effective and potent Ayurvedic anti-parasitic herbs popularly used to treat intestinal worm infestation and to fight fat accumulation in the body. Its botanical name is Embelia Ribes and belongs to Myrsinaceae family. Vidanga is characterized by a large semi-climber hedge with apparent weak branches and as well has simple and shining leaves with greenish-white flowers. Vidanga fruits are wrinkle and globular with greyish berries which turn dark brown when they are ripe. It grows in different parts of the world such as Tropical Asia, East Africa, India, Southern China, and Indian Archipelago.
Cinnamon is a medicinal spice obtained from the bark of a cinnamon tree from the Cinnamomum genus of the Lauraceae family. The tree of cinnamon is usually found at a different part of the world and grows to the height of ten to fifteen feet. After a thorough research of all the cinnamon around the world, SriLanka’s cinnamon is studied to be the best spice for its sweet taste and inviting aroma.
Black cardamom is also known as “Brihadela“ in Sanskrit and its botanical name is called Amomum Subulatum. In India, it is known as Kali Ilaichi or badiilaichi, Indian cardamom, Bengal cardamom, Nepal cardamom, brown cardamom, and winged cardamom. It is usually grown in Bengal region, Assam, Nepal, and Sikkim.