Raisins are dried grapes fruits which come from the Vitis vinifera plant and commercially prepared to be used for many medicinal purposes. They are prepared by drying grapes in either dryer or sun to turn the fruits into black, golden, or green gems. According to Ayurvedic principles, they are equipped with many medicinal properties to offer so much herbal treatment of the body.
Grape vines are in the category of fruit berries that are found clustered together in 50 to 300. In Ayurveda, it is known as Draksha with its scientific name “Vitis Vinifera” and widely grown in many parts of the world such as Western India, Turkey, Portugal, Kashmir, Morocco, and Central Europe.
The trees of grape have long, and deciduous woody stems deepened to the ground. The tree has the tendency to live longer to reach up to 35m if properly managed. It is characterized by long and palmate green leaves, about 5 to 7 lobed arranged in an alternate pattern on the woody stem. The fruit is almost globular with 6mm in diameter housing the seeds and turned dark purple when it ripens.
Vidarikanda (as it is referred to in Sanskrit) or Puerariatuberosa is also known as Indian Kudzu and is a perennial woody climber belonging to Fabaceae family.
It is characterized by robust tuberous roots with the full height of 5 to 6 meter when maturely grown up. It has white flowers with a shadow of pink.
Puerariatuberosa is commonly grown in India, Pakistan, and Nepal. It consists of many medicinal properties that are useful in the Ayurveda medicinal system. Most importantly are the Puerariatuberosa’s roots, which are used for many medicinal benefits. The roots of Vidarikanda are equipped with sterols, amino acids, sugars, and steroids. The plant has been researched to contain antimicrobial properties.
Tribulusterrestris is a medicinal plant popularly referred to as gokshura in Ayurveda medicine. It is naturally blessed with medicinal properties to offer alternative medicinal systems to the people.
Tribulusterrestris (Buy Tribulus or Gokshura Capsules online) has been found useful in different areas and countries. It is employed to treat dizziness, headache, and sexual dysfunction ( Erectile Dysfunction) such as premature ejaculation in Europe folk medicine, while China medicine used it in cardiovascular, kidney, and liver treatment.
Shatavari is a popular plant which usually found in low jungle regions of India as well as the Himalayas, Sri Lanka, and Nepal. Its botanical name is Asparagus racemosus and belongs to Liliaceae family, and grows up to 2 metres.
In India, it is classified to be women’s equivalent to Ashwangandha, which means “she who possesses 100 husbands” due to its effects on the female reproductive system. Apart from this, shatavari is used as a remedy for many ailments in both men and women. Australians use shatavari internally to cure gastrointestinal disorders and as an external treatment for wounds.
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Mucunapruriens which is also known as kapikacchu is usually grown in India, Caribbean, and Africa. The legume is an annual and climbing shrub which has a height of about 13m to 15m, grown in the listed region. The younger mucunapruriens are characterized with hair as against the older ones which do not have hair and with tripinnate leaves.
It possesses purple, lavender, and white flowers with leguminous fruits. The seed pods of kapikacchu are 10 cm long, and they are enclosed in a hairy husk, seven seeds enclosed together in the pod. The covers are loose with orange hairs that have severe effect on skin by causing itching if the two come in contact. However, the itching chemical compounds are very useful as they contain serotonin, mucunain, and protein which are essential for its power as a shrub.