So.....Why natural medicine?

  • No harmful side effects. Pharmaceutical drugs often cause adverse reactions in the patients that take them, and the worst part about it is that the companies that manufacture these drugs often do so without being aware of them.
  • Herbal medicine utilizes the body’s natural healing process for treating conditions. The ingredients used are those which are regularly produced in the body.

Some useful natural plant remedies

  1. Tulsi or Holy Basil

    Holy basil or Tulsi is used as a remedial herb for many ailments of human body, like cold, fever, sore throat, cough, bronchitis, asthma, and kidney stones and heart problems. The herb is an excellent nerve tonic and is known to increase memory power and mental ability. It is also known to relieve stress.

  2. Neem

    Neem is good for infections of skin, known to provide relief from even the dreaded small pox. Though bitter in taste, the plant has great healing power and used in most of medicines prepared in Ayurveda.

  3. Bhrahmi

    Ayurveda has made use of this wonderful herb to enhance and rejuvenate memory powers as well as increase intelligence, as it greatly benefits the nervous system. The herb is also known to improve immunity and treats psoriasis and hair loss.

  4. Aloe Vera

    The magical herb was known as ‘The Plant of Immortality’ by the Egyptians. The herb is extensively used at present as cosmetic product due to its qualities in nourishing the skin. In Ayurveda, the herb was used to treat rashes, digestion, and curing various ailments of human body.

  5. Ashawagandh or Winter Cherry

    This herb has been used as an aphrodisiac and treatment infertility as it has great property of nourishing and rejuvenating the tissues of human body. Ayurveda has found good use of the whole herb, from its root to its leaves for use in medicines which are used to address various ailments.

  6. Jatamansi or Indian Spikenard

    This aromatic herb is sought for its amazing property of purifying blood and improving the complexion of skin, giving it a youthful appearance. The herb is used in ayurveda for treating ailments like poor circulation of blood, digestive disorders, respiratory diseases and infertility. It is also used in production of aromatic candles.

  7. Ginger

    Ayurveda has taken advantage of this herb to successfully treat, digestive problems and morning sickness, though it is not limited to that. Ginger has been considered stand by remedy for almost any ailment due to its anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, anti pyretic and analgesic properties.

  8. Chamomile

    Chamomile has a long, thin stem and a tiny flower that resembles a daisy. This plant is often used in teas and other herbal remedies to treat problems of the digestive system, cough or fever. In addition, chamomile is sometimes used in topical products for the treatment of toothaches, earaches and inflammation

  9. Bloodroot

    This plant, which is sometimes referred to as redroot, is ground in eastern woodlands. It is often found near mayapple or Solomon’s Seal. Bloodroot has rounded green leaves and flowers with tiny white petals. However, it is the root part of the plant that is used for medicinal purposes. For many years, bloodroot has been used as an ingredient in mouthwashes and toothpastes due to its ability to reduce plaque and help prevent gingivitis. In addition, research is currently being conducted to see if bloodroot can be used to treat cancer. It has also been used in the past to reduce the size of tumors.

  10. Echinacea

    Echinacea plants are typically found in prairies due to their resistance to drought. They have a coneflower shape, with a large bulb pointing upwards and small, purplish petal pointing down. Echinacea is widely used for helping to strengthen the immune system. The plant also has a history of effective use for treating sores, burns, wounds, bites and stings