|Description||Lasuna (Allium sativum)
Lasuna is known to have good-cholesterol protection properties. It helps in preventing bad-cholesterol formation.||Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)
An antidote for stressful living
Ashvagandha is time tested herb that rejuvenates mind and body. It helps cope with life's daily stress.||Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri)
Brahmi is well known to promote mental agility and alertness.||Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus)
Shatavari is a nourishing tonic and a healthy choice for nursing mothers.||Triphala - Three fruits
(Amalaki, Bhitaki and Harithaki)
Supports Digestive System
Triphala is a herbal formula that relieves constipation and provides overall support to the digestive system.||Vrikshamla (Garcinia cambogia)
Vrikshamla helps to prevent the formation of new fatty acids and burns out the stored fats. It has been used for centuries for its health benefits.|
|Content||Lasuna or commonly known as garlic is a very strong, gastronomic spice that is used in numerous traditions across the globe. It has many medicinal properties and has also been approved by many scientists. It is easy to cultivate and is found globally. Among other benefits, it helps lower blood pressure and acts wisely on the heart. It also helps to clear throat infections.||Ashwagandha, also known as Indian Ginseng, has a wide range of health benefits, including its ability to fight against cancer and diabetes, as well as reduce inflammation, arthritis, asthma, hypertension, stress, and rheumatism. Furthermore, it boosts your supply of antioxidants and regulates the immune system.
Ashwagandha has been found to be useful in improving the muscular strength of the lower limbs and weakness. It also has a positive impact on neuro-muscular coordination.||Brahmi is a medicinal herb used in India by Ayurvedic practitioners. Brahmi grows in damp areas and marshy lands, and it bears bright green oval leaves and small white flowers. The proteins in its leaves make it a good antioxidant, and antioxidants protect against cell damage caused by free radicals - this damage is also known as oxidative stress.
There are many medicinal and therapeutic uses of Brahmi. But the most common and popular use of Brahmi is as a promoter of mental prowess and alertness.||Shatavari is an herb that helps lactating mothers by improving prolactin hormone production and ensuring optimum breastfeeding. The herb also assists in post-delivery recovery, helping to overcome fatigue and promoting physical and mental health. Shatavari strengthens the reproductive system in Ayurveda.
It is used in Ayurveda to balance pitta and vata, but can increase kapha due to its heavy nature. Its bitter and sweet taste has a cooling effect on the system, and its unctuous (oily), building nature makes it a great support for anyone looking for a nourishing, grounding effect. These combined qualities make it a rasayana rejuvenative for the reproductive system (particularly female), the digestive system (particularly when pita is involved), and the blood.||The medicinal properties of three fruits known as Amalaki, Bibhitaki and Haritaki have been combined to form the Triphala. This extract is known as the "three fruits" and derived its name from “Tri” meaning three in Sanskrit and “phala” meaning fruit. It's best recommended for promoting healthy gut flora, facilitating weight management, and supporting cardiovascular wellness in numerous ways.||Vrikshamla is the best herbal alternative for weight loss. Obesity is growing at an alarming rate among today's youth. It comes with serious repercussions like heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, and other recurring conditions. Garcinia Cambogia, popularly known as Vrikshamla.|