Antioxidant: Sage leaf, Turmeric, Amla, Spirulina, Astragalus, Brahmi, Holy Basil, Moringa
Anxiolytic: Shatavari Root, Ashwagandha, Amla, Brahmi, Gotu Kola, Rhodiola root
Rejuvenate: Shatavari Root, Sage, Barley Grass, Turmeric, Amla, Astragalus, Brahmi, Holy Basil
(#1) Alfalfa Powder, Medicago Sativa, Medina
sativa is used for treating various diseases like arthritis, menopausal symptoms, diabetes, high cholesterol, menstrual problem, urine infections, etc. It has an excellent anti-oxidant property. It is low in calories so good for weight-loss.
(#2) Aloe Vera Powder, Aloe Barbadensis Miller
It is high in Phytoestrogens that normalize the hormonal imbalance. It rehydrates the body. It has the tendency to undo the symptoms like night sweats, hot flushes, anxiety and mood swings.
(#3) Amla, Phyllanthus Emblica
Phyllanthusemblica: It’s a source of Vitamin C, Iron and Calcium as well as Alkaloids, Tannin and Flavonoids. It is known as the best Ayurvedic anti-aging herb, supports immunity, has anti-inflammatory actions as well as a potent liver tonic and may in tackling eye related problems. Ashwagandha, Withania Somnifera: Known for its adaptogen action and anxiolytic effect The compounds with anolides aids in its Anti-inflammatory action. It is known for improving muscle strength and it is a brain tonic providing improvements focus and concentration.
(#4) Arjuna, Terminalia arjuna
Arjuna is a tonic for the heart, like a cleanser. Arjuna reduces LDL Cholesterol (which is known as the bad cholesterol) and also total Cholesterol levels, this is due to Arjuna’s ability to boost Cholesterol metabolism.
(#5) Ashwagandha, Withania Somnifera
This herb reduces stress and regulates the hormonal imbalance. It’s known for its adaptogen action and has anxiolytic effect. The compounds withanolides aids in its anti-inflammatory action. It is known for improving muscle strength and it is a brain tonic due to its concentration improvement action.
(#6) Astragalus, Astragalus Membranaceus
Astragalus Membranaceus: Its active compounds may help strengthen the immune system and reduce inflammation. It may increase the body's production of white blood cells, which are the cells of the immune system responsible for preventing illness. It Improves sugar metabolism and reduces blood sugar levels. It may help improve kidney function in those with kidney disease and also prevent infections in those with reduced kidney function. It may be beneficial at reducing symptoms of chronic fatigue and seasonal allergies.
(#7) Barley Grass powder, Hordeum Vulgare, Barley Grass powder
Hordeum vulgare It`s a powerhouse of rich nutrients like vitamin A, B-complex, C, K, E, iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc. The abundant chlorophyll and beta-carotene have a liver detoxifying effect and boost the immune system. Its alkaline nature curbs the acidosis damage. The presence of glutamic acid controls cravings.
(#8) Beetroot Powder, Beta Vulgaris Rubra
Beet is very rich in dietary nitrate which on consumption converts to nitric oxide. This nitric oxide plays an important role in relaxing and widening the blood vessel, an important aspect in controlling blood pressure. The nutrients in beet are iron, folate, Vitamin A & C, manganese, calcium, sodium, selenium, copper, zinc, and magnesium. It improves the blood flow in the brain and enhances its functions. So, Alzheimer’s, dementia, and poor cognitive functions are kept at bay with its regular consumption It maintains a healthy weight due to its low-calorie content. It is rich in anti-oxidant betalains that have anti-cancer actions. Those with high blood pressure often face issues like muscle fatigue, leg cramps, weakness, abnormal heartbeats. This is usually due to the low levels of potassium. Beet, a potent source of potassium, takes care of the above problems besides keeping the muscles and nerves in good health. The anti-oxidant feature promotes liver health, reduces the fatty liver, detoxifies the liver cells, and protects the liver cells from oxidative damage. The flavonoids help the metabolism of cholesterol, improve the level of triglycerides and increase the HDL level. Vitamin A and carotenoids help delay the sign of aging. It improves heart pumping and prevents edema due to heart failure caused by chronic blood pressure. It increases physical stamina. It keeps the gut health good because of the high fiber content. It also has anti- inflammatory action.
(#9) Black Cohosh, Actaea Racemosa
A compound named, fukinolic acid has oestrogen-like properties, making it a substitute to hormone replacement therapy. It also contributes in reducing the hot Flush and night sweats .
(#10) Black pepper, Piper nigrum
Piperine is an active component that prevents cancer, stimulates the brain and gastric juices,increases good metabolism and boost the absorption of nutrients.Vitamin A, C, flavonoids, carotenes and other anti-oxidants in it, helps to deal with depression. It has antioxidant, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It controls cholesterol and blood sugar levels and improves brain and gut health.It acts as a catalyst and thus improves the efficacy of other herbs when used in any supplement.
Bacopamonnieri: One of the best Ayurvedic brain tonic that boosts cognitive ability besides being anxiolytic.The bacosides compound in it neutralises the free radicals.It elevates the mood, regulates the blood sugar and is also useful in respiratory ailments due to triterpene saponins. Fenugreek, Trigonellafoenum-Graecum: It has rich components like Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Selenium, Zinc, Vitamin A, C, B6, E, K, Folate. It lowers LDL cholesterol, has anti-inflammatory action, improves insulin sensitivity, has the property of blocking pain receptors and is rich in.
(#12) Cat's Claw, Uncaria tomentosa
It has anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It reduces the inflammation, pain and tenderness that is associated with joint and muscles related ailments.
(#13) Cinnamon Powder, Cinnamomum verum
Keeps the blood pressure under control and promotes healthy blood Circulation. Improves Cardiovascular health. Dilates and relaxes the blood vessels that resulting in lowering the blood pressure. Enhances and supports healthy immune functions. Has anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that help in controlling blood pressure. The richest source of the anti-oxidants like polyphenols, phenolic acid, and flavonoids, cinnamon reduces the oxidative stress caused by the free radicals. Reduces the elevated LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, and the risk of heart disease. Increases sensitivity to insulin hormone and keeps blood sugar under control. Has anti-bacterial and antifungal properties .
(#14) Clove Bud, Syzygium Aromaticum
A compound called eugenol in clove acts as a natural antioxidant and anti-cancer agent. The antibacterial properties promote oral health by keeping the dental plaque in check and gums healthy. It is also acts as an antidiabetic by regulating the blood sugar levels. Manganese present in clove maintains the bone health. It increases the production of gastric mucus thereby proving to be useful in treating the stomach ulcers. It has anti viral and anti-inflammatory property too.
(#15) Fenugreek Seed, Trigonella Foenum- greacum, Fenugreek,Trigonellafoenum graecu
It has rich components like calcium ,copper,iron,magnesium,phosphorus,selenium,zinc,vitaminA,C,B6,E,K,folate. It lowers LDL cholesterol, has anti-inflammatory action, improves insulin sensitivity, has the property of blocking pain receptors, and is rich in fiber.
(#16) Flaxseed, Linum usitatissimum
Flaxseed is high in fiber and omega 3 fatty acids along with essential nutrients. It may help protect against cancer, lower blood sugar, and cholesterol levels. It is also good for weight loss.
Organic Garlic is known to have high sulphur. This component is responsible for its antibiotic properties. Although low in calories, Garlic is nutrient-dense. It is also known to be a good source of Vitamin C, B1, B2, B3, B6, Sodium, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Folate, Potassium, Phosphorus, Selenium, and Zinc.
(#18) Ginger, Zingiber officinale
Ginger is good for digestive health and is rich in antioxidants. It helps improve immunity and also regulates sugar & cholesterol. It is good for anti-aging and enhances joint wellness.
(#19) Gotu Kola, Centella Asiatica
Centellaasiatica: Saponins is the primary active compound in this herb. It has wound healing properties and improves microcirculation. It acts as a tranquilliser. It is an anti-aging and anti-inflammatory herb. It also improves cognitive function.
(#20) Green Tea, Camellia sinensis
It is an anti-aging and anti-inflammatory herb. It also improves the cognitive function. The antioxidant-rich herb aids in overall well being.
(#21) Kale Powder, Brassica Oleracea
Brassicaoleracea: One of the most nutrient-dense, Kale, is loaded with all sorts of beneficial compounds like beta-carotene and Vitamin C, K, as well as various flavonoids (quercetin and kaempferol) and polyphenols. It contains bile acid sequestrants, which can lower cholesterol levels. It lowers the risk of macular degeneration and cataracts by the action of lutein and zeaxanthin, which are the potent carotenoid antioxidants. The electrolytes take care of maintaining the blood pressure too.
Help reduce the amount of glucose entering the blood stream from the digestive tract. The cells can be damaged by glucose and evidence suggest that the consumption of Kalonji also reduces the stress and harm within the pancreas that can be done, mainly because it is responsible for producing insulin. Kalonji seeds are rich in vitamins and minerals; alsocontains 21% Protein, 38% carbohydrates and 35% plant fats and oils. Kalonji contains Selenium and Chromium, which are essential trace elements that are often lacking in todays diet and these play an important role in the functioning of carbohydrate and fat metabolism. A deficiency in these trace minerals can be a contributing factor to disorders such as Metabolic Syndrome. Their value to the control of blood sugar concentrations has possibly been greatly overlooked in today’s diet.
(#23) Karela, Momordica charantia
It is rich in hypoglycaemic compound which lowers the amount of sugar present in the blood. Karela has something very unusual as it makes insulin active instead of inactive. In turn it means that the sugar is processed within the body and not turned into fat. The reduction of glucose in the blood and the lowering of sugar spikes after meal times means levels stay more constant. The Karela fruit contains several active substances, including charantin which is specifically attributed to lowering blood glucose, Vicine and Polypeptide-p which are also compounds that work in synergy or separately to help reduce blood sugar levels.
(#24) Liquorice Root, Glycyrrhiza glabra
The compound in liquorice has an estrogen like effect that diminishes the severity and episode of hot flushes. It also reduces stress and maintains respiratory health.
(#25) Maca Root, Lepidium Meyenii
Lepidiummeyenii: It is one of the great sources of carbs, several important vitamins and minerals along with fibre. It improves fertility, enhances the mood and also offers skin protection due to polyphenol antioxidants and glucosinolates. It is overall beneficial for sportspeople.
(#26) Manjistha, Rubia cordifolia
Manjistha is a detoxification herb. It has astringent and anti-oxidant properties.It improvises the health of the gums.It helps in various diseases like arthritis, urine infection, diarrhoea, menstruation disorder, fever, blood pressure, dysentery,etc. Manjistha helps in adding the luster to skin and tackles pimples, freckles, hyper pigmentation, and promotes the healing of skin and wound.
(#27) Milk Thistle Powder, Silybum marianum L
It is a potent source of isoflavanes. It reduces the hot flushes, night sweats & improves sleep quality.
(#28) Moringa, Moringa Oleifera
Moringaoleifera: Another herb with rich nutrients like Vitamin C, B6, Quercetin Beta Carotene, Isothiocyanates with detoxifying property. It prevents atherosclerosis, improves digestion, has healing property, balances hormones & blood sugar. It also hydrates the skin.
(#29) Pumpkin Powder, Cucurbita pepo L
Pumpkin seeds are rich in manganese and vitamin K. it helps good healing of wounds. It improves immunity because of zinc. Pumpkin seeds are also an excellent source of phosphorus.
(#30) Red Clover, Trifolium pratense
It is known to have estrogen like property due to the presence of the compound isoflavanes. Hot flushes & night sweats are the main symptoms that are taken care by this herb. Besides it also maintain the cardiovascular and bone health.
(#31) Reishi Musroom, Ganoderma lingzhi
Reishi mushroom shows good anti-oxidant action. It is a good source of vitamin D, those that are exposed to sun and UV radiation. Usually mushrooms are made of around 90% water and the remaining components are calcium, selenium, potassium, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus, copper, and iron.
(#32) Rhodiola Root, Rhodiola Rosea
Rhodiola Rosea: It falls under the classification of adaptogen, making it useful in fighting fatigue, stress, anxiety, depression and improving the mental capacity. It also has a significant contribution in enhancing the exercise performance.
Rosa Canina: It's loaded with Vitamin C, A, E, B-complex, minerals like Iron, Zinc, Silicon, Potassium, Phosphorus, Sulphur, Calcium, Selenium, Manganese, Magnesium, Organic compounds such as pectin, beta-carotene, lycopene and lutein. Flavonoids and fatty acid, GOPO (galactolipid) has an anti-inflammatory effect. The bio-active compounds act on oxidative stress. It lowers bad cholesterol (LDL), enhance immunity and improve bone health.
(#34) Sage Leaf, Salvia Officinalis
Salvia Officinalis: It's an excellent source of vitamin K besides vitamin A, C, E, Zinc, Copper plus plant based polyphenols, improves brain function and memory. The oestrogen like properties reduce menopausal symptom. It regulates sebum production in the skin. Increases insulin sensitivity and monitors blood glucose. The antimicrobial properties neutralise microbes and maintain oral and dental health.
(#35) Shatavari Root powder, Asparagus Racemosus
Asparagusracemosus: It is high in saponins and has other compounds like racemofuran, racemose, asparagine, known antioxidants. It has diuretic action and increases magnesium levels in urine that prevents stone formation. It keeps the sugar under check likely, by stimulating insulin production. Heals ulcers of G.I tract, has compounds with strong anti-depressant abilities, work on female hormonal imbalances and has anti-aging effect by preventing collagen breakdown.
(#36) Shiitake Mushroom, Lentinula edodes
It a good source of protein. Due to high levels of the mineral selenium it reduces the stress level and consequently lessens the frequency of the hot flushes. It keeps cholesterol and weight under control.
(#37) Spirulina, Arthrospira Platensis
Arthrospiraplatensis: This wonder herb is also known as the super foods in greens. Due to highest concentration of chlorophyll, it has an outstanding detoxification action. It’s the best protein source along with antioxidants nutrients such as Vitamin (A,K,E,B,C), Folate, Chlorophyll, Beta Carotene, essential fatty acids and minerals like Magnesium, Manganese, Calcium, Iron, Potassium and Zinc. It has an impressive antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects due to Phycocyanin. It also improves muscle.
(#38) Triphala, Emblica officinalis, Terminalia bellerica, Terminalia chebula
Triphala is good to treat anorexia, indigestion, constipation, flatulence, dyspepsia, acid reflux, fatty liver, high cholesterol, diabetes, jaundice, weight loss, piles, and abdominal discomfort.
(#39) Tulsi (Holy Basil), Ocimum Sanctum
Tulsi (Holy Basil ), Ocimum sanctum Its a source of essential oils like eugenol & camphor, along with with phosphorus, iron, sodium, calcium, magnesium, folate, potassium, Vitamin B6, A, K. It is amongst the best Ayurvedic herb used in respiratory ailments. It has antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and adaptogen properties. It relaxes blood vessels and is a good liver tonic. It maintains oral health and flushes out the toxins of the body.
Curcumalonga: Known as one of the most powerful Ayurvedic herbs containing over 200 bioactive compounds including Curcuminoids, Turmerones, and Turmercosacherides which work in synergy to give it some of its most potent health benefits. It is rich in Vitamin C, B6, K, Iron, Calcium, Magnesium, Manganese and Sodium. It has an anti-inflammatory action, may contribute to cognitive ability, concentration and memory. It has anticoagulant properties, help to detoxify liver due to scavenging action, accelerates metabolism, improves appetite and regulates blood sugar and much more.
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