Anacyclus Pyrethrum or Pellitory Root (Akarkara) Medicinal Usages & Precautions

Anacyclus Pyrethrum, Akkalakarra , Mount atlas daisy & Spanish chamomile, Pellitory, Chest pain, Joint pain And Body pains, Asthma, Tongue, Teeth, Throat disease, Headache, Libido, Impotency, Erectile dysfunction, Premature ejaculation, Dry Mouth, Toothache, Cold Cough, Delayed Speech development in Children, Aphrodisiac. Anacyclus Pyrethrum is the scientific … Read more

Asthma Home Made Natural Remedies & Prevention

Ayurvedic home made remedies and prevention for curing Asthma, using Almonds, Ginger, brown rice, wheat, barley, honey, raisins, dates etc Asthma is a condition in which person’s airways become narrow, swell and inflamed, and also produce additional mucus. Asthma and it’s signs or symptoms can be … Read more

Swarna Ksheeri or Argemone Mexicana Usage & Health Benefits

Argemone mexicana (Mexican poppy or Swarna Ksheeri) usage for home made remedies and health benefits in Ayurveda. Cures Skin Disease, Stomach Hardness, Difficulty in Passing Urine, Piles, Asthma and Breathing problems, Fibroids and Ulcers in Stomach, Diabetes, Scorpion Bite, nose problems. It is also known by … Read more

Drumstick Tree Leaves Benefits for Health & Recipes

Drumstick tree leaves benefits for health & home made natural recipes to cure cuts, wounds, asthma, gall bladder & kidney stones, flatulence, skin glow, cold, cough… Its botanical name is Moringa Oleifera and it is called Sobhanjana in sanskrit, Sahijan or Munaga in Hindi, Munaga in … Read more

Ferula Asafoetida (Hing) Medicinal Usage, Side effects, Warnings

Ferula Asafoetida medicinal usage to cure asthma, ear pain, tooth ache, stomach pain, skin burns, piles, H1N1 swine flu virus, in home made recipes, side effects, warnings for pregnant women etc. Introduction to Ferula Asafoetida Asafoetida is also known as devil’s dung, stinking gum, hing, hengu, … Read more

Medicinal Usage & Health Benefits of Long Pepper

Long pepper (Piper longum, Pippali, Indian long pepper) is dried and used as a spice. Black, green and white pepper are found and the very word ‘Pepper‘ is derived from word ‘Pippali‘ used in South India. Another species of long pepper, Piper retrofractum, is native to … Read more