What is Majuphal used for?
Majuphal can be used to treat swollen, spongy and bleeding gums. It has a Kashaya (astringent) property that reduces swelling and controls bleeding. It also produces a cooling and soothing effect on the gums due to its Sita (cold) nature.
What is Lodhra powder?
Lodhra powder is generally used in the management of conditions which occur due to an imbalance of Pitta and Kapha dosha such as acne, pimples, inflammation. Lodhra powder helps to manage these conditions due to its Pitta-Kapha balancing, Sita(cold) and Sothhar (anti-inflammatory) properties.
What is Brahmi good for?
Brahmi is used for Alzheimer’s disease, improving memory, anxiety, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), allergic conditions, irritable bowel syndrome, and as a general tonic to fight stress.
What is Maju fruit?
Constituent Parts : Maju Fruit (Quercus infectoria) Therapeutic Uses : It is used in the treatment of piles, dysentery and Diarrhea.
What are Gallnuts?
Gallnuts are a group of very special natural products formed through parasitic interaction between plants and insects.
Does shatavari have side effects?
According to 2003 research, ayurvedic medicine considers shatavari “absolutely safe for long term use, even during pregnancy and lactation.” Still, there’s not much scientific research on the side effects of shatavari supplementation.
How should I take Lodhra powder for PCOS?
How to use – Take about half or one teaspoon of Lodhra powder twice a day. You can take this with water or rice water. Additionally, women can take around 200-250mg of ashwagandha per day for a month to control PCOS symptoms.
What are the side effects of Brahmi?
When taken by mouth: Bacopa extract is POSSIBLY SAFE for adults when used for up to 12 weeks. Common side effects include increased bowel movements, stomach cramps, nausea, dry mouth, and fatigue.
Which is better ashwagandha or Brahmi?
Overall, ashwagandha is an adaptogen, stress buster and a revitiliser. Brahmi, known scientifically as BacopaMonieri and botanically as centellaasiatica, is a wonder herb known to stimulate memory and cognitive ability. It also improves behavioural alteration and prevent oxidative damage.
What is the common name of Quercus Infectoria?
Quercus infectoria or the Aleppo oak is a species of oak well known for producing galls (called manjakani in Malaysia, majuphal in India) that have been traditionally used for centuries in Asia medicinally while also used in softening leather and in making black dye and ink.
Should I remove oak galls?
Something you can do now – and I heartily recommend it – is to remove and destroy any galls you can find on the trees. There probably are many on twigs and branches; look for knobby and hard growth. Chances are it’s a gall. By removing it now, you lessen the number of eggs available to hatch come spring.