Beeswax is recommended by ayurvedic doctors and naturopaths for psoriasis (Read Ayurvedic remedy for Psoriasis ) and dry skin (Read Ayurvedic remedy for Dry Skin ). Beeswax is non-toxic and natural, relieves itching, speeds up healing, provides moisture and contains vitamin A.
Neem which has its botanical name as Azadirachta indica is a famous tree which is equipped with numerous medicinal properties, beneficial to treat many diseases and serves as ingredients in many home remedy. It is usually grown in the Indian subcontinent and now in some parts of the Middle East. It belongs to a mahogany family named Meliaceae.
The trees of neem grow faster and spread leaves broadly to bring out white and fragrant flowers and small drupe fruits which are characterized by bittersweet pulp. Neem leaves are the most important parts of the neem tree, and they are widely used in many subcontinent industries for many medicinal products such as oil, herb, pest repellent, and much more. Due to its many medicinal properties and benefits, Ayurvedic acharyas have named neem with different names such as Nimba (health booster), Pichumarda (destroys skin diseases), and Arishta (body evil power fighter). The properties of neem, as well as its benefits, will be discussed in this content.
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.