Ingradients of dashmool

Dashmool Benefits and Uses

Dashmool or Dashamula is a traditional Ayurvedic herbal remedy. Dasha means “ten” and mool or mula means “root” thus dashmool is an Ayurvedic polyherbal blend

Moringa plant


Moringa (moringa oleifera) or “the drumstick tree,” is a fast-growing perennial plant with pale grey bark, ovate leaves, yellowish-white flowers, and brown fruit.   In

Moon Milk with Rose for kapha dosha

How To Balance Kapha Dosha

One of the fundamental concepts of Ayurvedic theory, the ancient practice of holistic medicine, is the idea of body type or unique energy. This “human

Haldi doodh or Golden milk for Vata dosha

How To balance Vata Dosha

Just as an imbalance in any of the five elements is enough to spawn chaos in nature, imbalances in any of the three Doshas may

Brahmi leaves

Brahmi Benefits And Uses

Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) is a popular Ayurvedic Rasayana with adaptogenic properties and potent bioactive compounds. Bacopa has many other names like Indian Pennywort, Waterhyssop, or


Bhringraj – King of Hair

Bhringraj (Eclipta Alba) has a long history as a rasayana for in Ayurveda. This herb – called False Daisy in English – is an annual

Holy basil or tulsi

Tulsi – The Elixir Of Life

Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum), or holy basil, is a perennial plant in the Indian subcontinent. It has green or purple leaves and purple flowers. There are

Fresh ginger and ginger powder

Ginger – The Universal Medicine

Ginger is a herbaceous plant with narrow leaf blades, rolled stems, and pale yellow flowers with purple edges. It is a rhizome (part of the

Fenugreek leaves

Fenugreek Benefits According To Ayurveda

Fenugreek (Trigonella oenum-graecum) – also called methi – is a leafy-green herb with a sweet, nutty flavor. According to Ayurveda, fenugreek benefits are numerous. The leaves

Ashwagandha and ashwagandha powder

Ashwagandha – The King Of Herbs

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) has been used for thousands of years in Ayurveda as a rejuvenating tonic, also known as Indian Ginseng, Indian Winter Cherry, or asgandh.