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Cardamom- Summary

Often referred to as the ‘The Queen of Spices’, Cardamom is mainly used in food preparation to enhance the flavor. Due to its strong aroma, it is largely used as a herbal pharmaceutical for ages. It is known to soothe muscle tissue and is a calming antispasmodic quite effective in colic, asthma, and the throbbing pain of a headache (triggered by a spasm in blood vessels).It has antimicrobial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties.

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Brahmi- Summary

Brahmi is a perpetualcrawling herb that is cultivated in the wetlands and commonly found throughout the Indian subcontinent,particularly northeast and southern regions.Its plant has green leaves with pretty white flowers. This herb has been named after Lord Brahma, the mythological creator of the world and the source of Ayurveda. Although excerpts of Bacopa have been found and used to treat different types of disorders for ages (pain,inflammation, epilepsy, etc.) possibly the chief beneficial claim concerning its benefits has been in enhancing memory.

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Black Pepper

Black Pepper- Summary

Got its name derived from the South Asian word ‘pippali’, Pippali, or long pepper or black pepper is a magical herb in Ayurveda for lung and heart-related problems. The word 'pep' has emerged from the invigorating, cleansing, powerful qualities of black pepper. Black pepper is instinctive to the Southeast Asian region. It is one of the most extensively used spice all over the worldand is widely known as the king of spices.

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Ashwagandha - Summary

Ashwagandha is an Ayurvedic herb that has been an integral part of the Ayurvedic blend for years in India and has been extensively used in the preparation of various medicines. In Ayurveda, it is considered a Medharasayan and primarily helps in promoting learning, reducing stress, and maintaining balance within the body.

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    Also known as Indian gooseberry, Amalaki or Amla (Phyllanthus emblica) is considered among the most popular herbs in Ayurveda. It is an important therapeutic plant popularly used in various Ayurveda formulations. For years, this fruit has been admired as a nutrient-rich tonic, immunity booster, and blood purifier. It acts as a major constituent of two very famous Ayurvedic preparations – Triphala and Chyawanprash

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