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Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) is a tree native to southern Asia and India. The dried fruit of the tree has a long history of use in Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India. Sometimes referred to as "chebulic myrobalan," haritaki is one of three dried fruits that make up the ayurvedic formula Triphala.

People use haritaki to promote healing from a number of conditions ranging from sore throat and allergies to constipation and indigestion. In Ayurveda, haritaki is said to support the "Vata" dosha. 


Amla is a fruit and an ayurvedic herb, botanically known as Phyllanthus Emblica (Emblica Officinalis). It belongs to the Phyllanthaceae family. It is native to India. However, its plants are also found in China, South-east Asia, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
Its fruits are used fresh and dried. Both are known for their therapeutic, nutritional and health benefits. Amla (also known as Indian Gooseberry) is an important medicinal plant in ayurveda. The health benefits of Amla are attributed to its antioxidant, immunomodulatory, rejuvenating and anti-aging properties.

These properties are found in its fruit pulp. It is a rich source of natural Vitamin C. The fruit pulp of an Amla contains 20 times more Vitamin C content than an orange. Amla fruit is a laxative, diuretic, antipyretic and rejuvenative. It is used in the treatment and management of diabetes, asthma, anemia, cardiac disorders, flatulence, hyperacidity, peptic ulcers, skin diseases, cardiac disorders, intermittent fever, diarrhea and dysentery.


Baheda is also known as “Bibhitaki” in Sanskrit which means “The one that keeps away from diseases”. It is one of the main constituents of “Triphala” which is used for the management of common cold, pharyngitis and constipation. Baheda tree is a large deciduous tree found in the greater part of India. All parts of the tree are used for medicinal purposes, especially the dried fruit. The fruits of Baheda are astringent (bitter) and acrid (sour) in taste. 

Baheda is beneficial in relieving cough and cold symptoms due to its antimicrobial and anti-allergic properties.. Baheda churna is an effective home remedy to improve digestion. It also helps prevent constipation by loosening stool and promoting bowel movements due to its laxative property.

According to Ayurveda, Baheda powder helps in weight loss as it improves metabolism and reduces Ama by increasing the digestive fire. 

Baheda fruit is beneficial for skin problems such as acne and acne scars due to its antibacterial property.


Fenugreek is an herb similar to clover that is native to the Mediterranean region, southern Europe, and western Asia. The seeds are used in cooking, to make medicine, or to hide the taste of other medicine. Fenugreek seeds smell and taste somewhat like maple syrup. Fenugreek leaves are eaten in India as a vegetable. Fenugreek is taken by mouth for digestive problems such as loss of appetite, upset stomach, constipation, inflammation of the stomach (gastritis)

Fenugreek is also used for diabetes, painful menstruation, polycystic ovary syndrome, and obesity. It is also used for conditions that affect heart health such as "hardening of the arteries" (atherosclerosis) and for high blood levels of certain fats including cholesterol and triglycerides.

Fenugreek is used for kidney ailments, a vitamin deficiency disease called beriberi, mouth ulcers, boils, bronchitis, infection of the tissues beneath the surface of the skin (cellulitis), tuberculosis, chronic coughs, chapped lips, baldness, cancer, Parkinson's disease, and exercise performance.

Some men use fenugreek for hernia, erectile dysfunction (ED), male infertility, and other male problems. Both men and women use fenugreek to improve sexual interest.


Kutki or Picrorhiza kurroa , an ancient medicinal plant from the Himalayan region of Asia, may be the last thing on your mind when you're struck down by an ailment. But you may be surprised at how this plant can heal an ailing liver, bring down a fever, and much more! 

Kutki is available as a root powder, as ayurvedic churnas with other herbs, or even in tablet form. Kutki features in many herbal formulations and ayurvedic remedies for issues you too might encounter. So here's a closer look at some of the most compelling reasons to consider exploring for your health.

- Supports liver function 
- Heals digestive problems 
- Boosts immunity 
- Fights a fever 
Kutki or Picrorhiza kurroa is a herb known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Use it to ward off hepatitis, detox your liver, prevent nausea, and treat constipation and indigestion. Kutki can also improve cardiac health, ease arthritis, fight a fever, and even boost your appetite.


Foeniculum vulgare, commonly known as fennel, is a flavorful culinary herb and medicinal plant.  Fennel plants are green and white, with feathery leaves and yellow flowers. Both the crunchy bulb and the seeds of the fennel plant have a mild, licorice-like flavor. Yet, the flavor of the seeds is more potent due to their powerful essential oils.

Aside from its many culinary uses, fennel and its seeds offer a wide array of health benefits and may provide antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial effects. 

As you can see, both fennel and fennel seeds are low in calories but provide many important nutrients.  Fresh fennel bulb is a good source of vitamin C, a water-soluble vitamin critical for immune health, tissue repair, and collagen synthesis. Vitamin C also acts as a potent antioxidant in your body, protecting against cellular damage caused by unstable molecules called free radicals.
Both the bulb and seeds contain the mineral manganese, which is important for enzyme activation, metabolism, cellular protection, bone development, blood sugar regulation, and wound healing. Aside from manganese, fennel and its seeds contain other minerals vital to bone health, including potassium, magnesium, and calcium.

Fennel is also commonly used to treat amenhorrea, angina, asthma, heartburn, high blood pressure and to boost sexual desire. Fennel is a mild appetite suppressant and is used to improve the kidneys, spleen, liver and lungs. It is also used for cancer patients after radiation and chemotherapy treatments to help rebuild the digestive system. Fennel relaxes the smooth muscle lining the digestive tract (making it an antispasmodic). It also helps expel gas.It is a tested remedy for gas, acid stomach, gout, cramps, colic and spasms


Gymnema (Gymnema sylvestre) is a plant in the Apocynaceae family, well known in Ayurvedic medicine for its medicinal purposes. The plant is a perennial woody vine that is found in tropical regions of India, Africa, and Australia. Gymnema is a climbing plant with elongated, oval leaves that have soft hairs on the top surface.

The plant has small, yellow flowers that are produced throughout the year. Another reason that G. sylvestre is considered a sugar destroyer is because it is thought to inhibit sugar absorption in the body, thus, the plant has appeared in many research studies, evaluating its effectiveness for the treatment of weight loss and diabetes in Western medicine as well as in India.

Gymnema sylvestre is said to lower sugar cravings, while reducing the rate at which sugar is absorbed into the body, potentially providing a two-fold action to combat weight gain and diabetes.

Common health-promoting properties of G. sylvestre are said to include: 
- Promoting digestive health
- Reducing fats and triglycerides
- Reducing inflammation
- Increasing fluid (urine) output (diuretic)
- Decreasing sugar cravings
- Lowering blood glucose levels


The great thing about herbal medicines is that they often have more than one way of working. This is definitely the case with Andrographis paniculata, or Andrographis, as it is more commonly known.  This gem of a herb has a therapeutic effect on two entirely different body systems. Not only can it assist your immune system to fight off the baddies, but it can also help fuel that digestive fire, too. As winter approaches, this is great news for those who struggle with digestive issues.

Andrographis is most well recognised in western herbal medicine for its effects on the immune system. Clinical trials suggest that Andrographis is effective in reducing the severity and length of Upper Respiratory Infections (URIs) in adults and children if treatment is started within the first 36-48 hours of symptoms. For this reason, Andrographis is often used to assist in treating the common cold. However, this is not where the therapeutic effects of this herb end. 

Historically, Andrographis has been used to assist digestion for hundreds of years in India, as well as in Chinese and Thai herbal traditions. In India it is the main ingredient in a common home remedy to help with fever and as a ‘bitter’ for digestive problems.  Also in India, the leaves and juice are commonly mixed with cardamom, clove and cinnamon to help treat colic and other stomach problems in infants.

Standing between 30-100 cm, Andrographis is grows in moist, shady environments. The part used most commonly medicinally is the leaves. It has also been used as a food source, though if you are tempted to eat some you had better be prepared for an extremely bitter taste! Andrographis is known as the 'King of Bitters'. The term is a translation from its title in the Indian Ayurvedic tradition, Maha-tita, literally 'King of Bitters'. Bitter herbs are well known to stimulate digestion.  Other actions attributed to Andrographis include an anti-inflammatory effect, as well as a cardiovascular system protective effect among others, making this a versatile herb indeed.