Top 5 Powerful Ayurvedic Herbs and It's Health Benefits- IYURVED - IYURVED-IN
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Ayurvedic Herbs

Ayurveda is one of the traditional practices of India. It means the science and knowledge of life. This practice is almost five thousand years old and based on three principles of doshas: Vata, pitta and kapha. More than 600 herbal formulas and 250 single plant remedies are being used in Ayurved. Herbs are an integral part of Ayurved. From ancient times we have been using these herbs to boost up our immune system, to get beautiful skin and hair, to treat digestive disorders, to promote brain health and many other things. Roots, flowers, leaves, barks and every part of herbs contributed as active ingredients in Ayurvedic practice.

Ashwagandha:  This herb is used in Ayurved for multiple uses. The name is derived from Sanskrit words where Ashwa means horse and Gandha means smell. The sense behind this name is, it can provide strength and stamina for horses. It mainly helps to boost the immune system, enhance cognition and memory and regulate sleep patterns.

Brahmi:  Brahmi is an Ayurvedic herb that has been used especially to enhance brain development. It is also known as Bacopa Monnieri. It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.  Its leaves are so pure and effective that they could stimulate brain chemicals to think sharper.  It is considered as a memory booster from the past several centuries and also helps in improving concentration and intelligence.  

Shalaki:  This plant is an essential part of Ayurvedic practice. Shalaki is a sacred plant. Its strong anti-inflammatory property helps to settle down digestive issues. It also purifies blood and refreshes skin cells which promote radiant and glowing skin.

Mulethi:  Mulethi is an ancient  grandma’s remedy to treat sore throat and cough.  This herb is used in Ayurvedic formulations to treat Respiratory problems, obesity, liver disorders, general debility and many more health concerns.  It also helps to stimulate appetite and helps in digestion.

Turmeric:  The vibrant yellowish /orange powder extracted from the root of curcuma longa plant. Curcuma longa is a well-known and most researched Ayurvedic herb.  It has a special blend for the blood thus able to circulate its health benefits throughout the body. It primarily supports the brain and nervous system, helps in digestive disorders, bolsters the immune system, improves liver health and also treats sore throat.